Oxelosund (Port Code:SEOXE) is situated on the east coast of a peninsula about 100km from Stockholm, 13km northwest of Havringe at the seaward end of Braviken. The deep water commercial port handles large tankers, bulk carriers, containers, Ro-Ro and general cargo vessels. Exports: Include steel products, coal, coke, grain and oil products. Imports: Scrap iron, coal, coke, iron ore, oil, steel products, fuel chips and limestone. Approx 900 vessels visit the port and 7,600,000t of cargo handled annually. Max size: Main Port: LOA 244m, beam 42m, draught 15.5m. Steel Factory: LOA 165m, beam 33m, draught 9.2m. Largest vessels handled: "Queen of Lausanne" 123,969DWT tanker, draught 15.3m and "Nessie" 110,000DWT bulker, draught 14.5m.
The Port of Oxelösund has a uniquely advantageous geographical location that promotes efficient, fast and environment-friendly transport operations. It is right next to the E4 motorway on the Stockholm-Helsingborg section, as well as highway 53 towards Eskilstuna. A connecting railway track runs all the way down to the quayside, and Stockholm Skavsta Airport is only 20 minutes away. The Port of Oxelösund is by the open sea, free of ice all year round.