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09 January 2023
Color Line Cargo in Hirtshals has developed an IT solution, that makes it much easier for carriers to export goods to Norway. Among other things, the solution was created after the centralization of customs tasks at the office in Hirtshals and has led to significant growth in both customers and employees in the North Jutland port.

 


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30 December 2022
Hirtshals and its environs abound with educational and job opportunities within the maritime sector, but as a primary school student you do not necessarily have an overview of the many opportunities. That is why Port of Hirtshals has teamed up with maritime companies in the city and Lundergårdsskolen in Hjørring in the Brobyg Nord project, which for the third year in a row aims to increase students' knowledge of what a future within the maritime industry might look like.

 


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19 April 2022
A good collaboration between Skagerak Salmon at Port of Hirtshals and schools in Hjørring Municipality means that salmon meat, which was previously used for animal feed or thrown away, can now be used for delicious dishes in the lunch break. This leads to less food waste and healthier lunches for the students. Sales of salmon dishes - including the hugely popular salmon burger Jaws - have increased significantly in schools due to the collaboration.

 


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Webcams & movies

The Port of Hirtshals would like to give all interested parties an insight into the life and activities at and around the port.

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The port's positions

The Port of Hirtshals works constantly on improving the conditions for the Danish ports and the industries that depend on the ports. This is why the Port of Hirtshals participates in the public dialogue about topics that are relevant in order to secure the commercial possibilities as well as topics to ensure that Denmark will have an even stronger position in relation to international competition.

In the following, the Port of Hirtshals will present the topics which the port is currently focusing on in order to give the ports the best possible opportunities to contribute to growth.

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Terms and conditions

The Port of Hirtshals is home to a range of different commercial activities. It is important for all who cooperate with the port, to know the conditions that underlie the use of the port´s facilities and the disclaimer cited by the port. The Port of Hirtshals´ terms and conditions, and disclaimer can be found here.

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Notification forms

It is possible for vessels that call at Port of Hirtshals to fill out an report forms online on this website, and afterward send it directly to the port.

Report of vessels' disposal of waste at Port of Hirtshals
Report of insufficient facilities

 

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Welcome to the new Port of Hirtshals

At Port of Hirtshals we have changed our visual identity, and therefore our website is also getting a boost.
During the upcoming weeks, we will therefore rebuild our website, but you can already now get a small taste of what awaits you.


Port of Hirtshals would like to signal to the outside world, that we have gone through a development from dealing with traditional port operations to offering an industrial platform, where the port is the focal point.

This is the reason why you can now see signs with the new logo at the port in Hirtshals and other places where the port communicates with the outside world. Port of Hirtshals has got a new visual identity that signals the course that the port has set out. The new visual identity signals that the port will embrace much more than before in the future.

The new logo represents four ships pointing towards Hirtshals to show that the port is a meeting point for a number of activities – both new and old. The logo is true to the port’s history as a port with a focus on fishing, fish processing, maritime service as well as passenger and freight transport, but is also points forward – symbolized by the green ship that is on its way forward and signals sustainability.

We look forward to welcoming you to our new website soon!