We have the pleasure to invite you to interview Port of Gothenburg CEO Magnus Karestedt on his visit to Tokyo on the 3rd and 5th of April. The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in Scandinavia and the gateway to the region for marine transports from the Asian region.
Topics that are currently on our agenda includes how the new trade deal between the EU and Japan will affect global shipping, as well as our preparations for Northern Sea Route opportunities, Brexit and how we see the Chinese BRI affecting us. The Port of Gothenburg is in the forefront of environmental initiatives and is generally known as the most sustainable large-scale port in the world. We also have a multi-billion investment program for new terminals, fairway deepening and more coming the next ten years.
You are welcome to visit us at the The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Shiodome for interviews with Magnus Karestedt. If you are interested, please book an interview through:
Mr. Jacob Minnhagen, Senior Manager Market Development +46 733 226 087
Mr. Claes Sundmark,Vice President, Business Area Container, RoRo & Rail, +46 706 321 164
Fact file: Port of Gothenburg
The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in the Nordic region. 30 per cent of Swedish foreign trade passes through the Port of Gothenburg as well as half of all container traffic.
The Port of Gothenburg is the only port in Sweden with the capacity to receive the world's largest container vessels and has the broadest range of shipping routes within and outside Europe. The 25 rail shuttles that depart each day mean that companies throughout Sweden and Norway have a direct, environmentally smart link to the largest port in the Nordic region. The Port of Gothenburg has terminals for oil, cars, ro-ro, containers and passengers.