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Liquid bulk cargo

Long tradition of handling oil and chemicals

Customer-specific liquid bulk cargo solutions

Efficient handling of liquid bulk cargo is best achieved with customer-specific solutions in an optimised infrastructure. At the Port of Thyboron, we work closely with our customers and are happy to establish infrastructure specially designed to meet customer needs. Two good examples of this easy and efficient handling of liquid bulk cargo are given below.


When liquid biomass has to be trucked directly from ships to biogas plants around Denmark, quays with large adjoining land areas mean safe driving and convenience for drivers. The freight handling sites in Sydhavnen are far from the town centre, allowing undisrupted work with direct access from the quay to the main road.

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There are great advantages in streamlining the handling of bunker oil for the many vessels that use the Port of Thyboron. Ensuring simple unloading for bunker vessels with large tank capacity makes a big difference. Flexible new facilities to this end have just been established on the new Oliekaj.

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Liquid bulk cargo requires special facilities for simple and safe handling. The Port of Thyboron began to service chemicals in the 1990s, when a direct pipeline to the nearby Cheminova chemical company was laid – now the US-owned FMC. FMC is still using the port for deliveries of caustic soda, also known as lye.

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Operational information for liquid bulk cargo

Highlights and latest news for handling liquid bulk cargo

Green ammonia production to be shipped from the Port of Thyboron

Friday, October 6, 2023

Large green renewable energy project underway to the Port of Thyboron with a statement of intent.

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Water depth of a full 11 metres in new deep-water channel

Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Deep-water channel with 11 metres of water depth is now a reality in Thyboron. A new deep-water channel from the North Sea to Sydhavnen has been commissioned.

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10-metre-deep fairway to the Port of Thyboron

Friday, December 31, 2021

The largest dredging project in Thyboron Port´s history has been completed. Today there is 10 m water depth in the entrance to the port and the Liimfjord quays in the southern part of the port.

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More quayside areas for cargo in 2022

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

170,000 extra square metres for cargo handling coming to the Port of Thyboron.

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Thyboron Port is ISO certified

Monday, December 7, 2020

A new management system and three ISO certifications raised the Port of Thyboron to a new level in 2020.

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New high-speed bunkering system in Thyboron

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Large vessels can now refuel highly efficiently at the Port of Thyboron. The world’s largest split hopper suction dredger, Njord R, was the first vessel to refuel using the new ex-pipe facility in Thyboron.

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Permit to deepen entrance

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Having 10 metres of water depth in the entrance to the Port of Thyboron in 2021 will make a huge difference to sectors such as industrial fishing, offshore wind and cargo.

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