Kiel

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Kiel
Land:
Germany
UN/Locode:
DEKEL
Local time:
Schiffe im Hafen:
73
Erwartete Schiffe:
15
Liegeplätze:
66
Koordinaten:
N 54° 22' E 010° 10'

Schiffe im Hafen

Name
Type
Arrived
Passagierschiff
22.02. 09:19
Tanker
22.02. 09:10
Unklassifiziert
22.02. 09:04
Tanker
22.02. 09:02
Tanker
22.02. 07:46
Frachtschiff
22.02. 07:17
Frachtschiff
22.02. 07:11
Frachtschiff
22.02. 07:10
Frachtschiff
22.02. 07:01
Frachtschiff
22.02. 06:33

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Tanker
22.02. 23:00
Frachtschiff
23.02. 09:00
Frachtschiff
23.02. 13:30
Frachtschiff
23.02. 21:00
Frachtschiff
24.02. 06:00
Frachtschiff
26.02. 11:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Tanker
22.02. 09:02
Frachtschiff
22.02. 08:20
Frachtschiff
22.02. 08:10
Frachtschiff
22.02. 08:09
Frachtschiff
22.02. 08:07
Bagger
22.02. 07:19
Frachtschiff
22.02. 07:09
Frachtschiff
22.02. 06:27
Frachtschiff
22.02. 06:21
Frachtschiff
22.02. 05:49

Die neuesten Nachrichten

Color Line expands Kiel – Oslo cargo capacity: Additional freight ferry helps road to sea switch

Wed Jan 16 08:19:00 CET 2019 arnekiel

The Norwegian shipping company Color Line operates the additional freight ferry “Color Carrier“ on the route Kiel – Oslo as of 11th January to increase its freight-carrying capability. On the occasion of its inaugural call, the Lord Mayor of Kiel, Dr Ulf Kämpfer, PORT OF KIEL Managing Director Dr Dirk Claus and the Executive Manager of Sartori & Berger, Jens Broder Knudsen, welcomed the captain of the “Color Carrier”, Nils Sivertsen”, to the capital city of Schleswig-Holstein and handed over the traditional inaugural plaques during the onboard reception. Lord Mayor Kämpfer: “I am very happy about Color Line expanding its capacity on the only direct ferry route between Germany and Norway. It strengthens Kiel as a port location and also facilitates the eco-friendly hinterland transport by rail.” As of now, the additional freight ferry offers three roundtrips a week complementing the daily departures of the large passenger ferries. Hence, there are 10 departures per week and direction to choose from on this route. Jens Broder Knudsen: “Color Line expands the eco-friendly cargo transport between Germany and Norway. Shifting traffic from road to sea is considered a high priority in Norway as well as in the EU.”

SCA established in Kiel

Fri Jan 11 09:00:14 CET 2019 Timsen

SCA Logistics moved its activities to the Ostuferhafen in Kiel 2 ¼ years ago, after the company had started its German operations in Hamburg 52 years ago and most recently continued them in Lübeck. The third terminal outside Sweden, alongside Rotterdam and London, has now firmly and successfully established itself in Kiel. SCA welcomes from the perspective as an industrial company as well as a shipowners that the capacities of the canal shall be rapidly be extended by the ongoing reconstruction projects, so that the canal becomes a reliably partner to shipping companies in the future again. An efficient canal is urgently needed for further growth. SCA is the largest European forest owner. The basis for SCA's activities is the 2. 6 million hectare forest land in northern Sweden. Around this unique resource, SCA has built a well-developed value chain based on renewable resources from its own and other forests. SCA offers paper for packaging and printing, pulp, wood products, renewable energy, services for forest owners and efficient transport solutions. SCA Logistics carries out extensive sea and land transport in Eu-rope and overseas. The activity is supported by a network of 5 terminals at strategic locations in Europe. SCA Logistics operates with 400 employees, beside the terminals, 3 RoRo ships and 2 container ships with a capacity of 1.100 TEU each and a fleet of conventional charter ships in various European liner Services. German report with photos and video: https://www.portofkiel.com/news/sca-logistics-fest-in-kiel-etabliert.html

Kiel provides emission-free berthing for ships during port stay

Mon Oct 29 11:20:10 CET 2018 arnekiel

The construction of the first onshore power supply plant for commercial vessels in the port of Kiel has begun. Taking part in the official first-cut-of-the-spade-ceremony marking the start of the construction works at the Norwegenkai Terminal were the Economics Minister of the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein, Dr Bernd Buchholz, Kiel’s Lord Mayor Dr Ulf Kämpfer, Port Director Dr Dirk Claus und Color Line GmbH Managing Director Dirk Hundertmark along with Lars Nürnberger, head of Kiel’s Siemens AG branch office. As of spring 2019, it will be possible to supply big cruise ferries with all the electrical power they need during the time they are berthed in Kiel.

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