Welcome to Thyboron Port
The versatile commercial port at the Danish North Sea Coast
Four business areas
The Port of Thyboron is a dynamic commercial port going back over 100 years, with a strategic location on the Danish North Sea coast and safe navigation in any weather conditions. 5.8 km of quays and 900,000 square metres of adjoining land service four business areas with differing needs.
The Port of Thyboron is bustling with activity and innovative entrepreneurs, and is strategically located for operations in the North Sea. The port continues to develop and grow. A few highlights are presented below:
Permit to dredge the channel
After many years of persistence, the entrance will now be deepened to 10 metres in 2021. The deeper draught in Thyboron Canal and thus the entrance to the Port of Thyboron will benefit industrial fishing and the cargo and offshore segments.Find out more about the greater water depth
Project cargo at the Port of Thyboron
The project quay facilities provide ample space for handling a wide variety of very large and very heavy components. Operations can be flexibly tailored to suit the given project goods.Project cargo is handled at Thyboron Port
Greater capacity for bulk cargo
With growing interest in the cargo segment, we are taking the step to expand the port to the south. The port expansion utilises the material dredged from the entrance and will ensure enough capacity to allow cargo activities at the port to continue to grow in the years ahead. A new 220-metre-long quay for cargo and 150,000 square metres of quayside land are expected to be ready in 2022.Find out more about the new quayside areas for cargo in 2022
Your east-facing gateway to the North Sea
The Port of Thyboron has a unique, well-protected location inside the Liim Fiord on the Danish North Sea coast. The harbour entrance faces east, which means it can be entered in any weather conditions. Even in harsh weather, the ships ‘land’ softly in the wide opening to the Liim Fiord. These unique sailing conditions on the Danish North Sea coast ensure safe and stable operation for vessels and port activities and a smooth workflow.Navigation
The Port of Thyboron is the accessible North Sea port
Latest news and events
These page have the latest news, and information on where we will be exhibiting in the near future, when COVID-19 again permits.
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Over 100 years of history
The Port of Thyboron has its origins in fishing. It was built as one of the first ports on the Danish North Sea coast in 1914, after many years of persistent efforts by the locals, and thus celebrated its centenary several years ago.