The Associated Danish Ports (ADP) owns three ports in Denmark that are located near Baltic Sea access routes and road and rail networks. The ADP handles more than 17 million tons of cargo every year and is Denmark’s largest port system. The Port of Nyborg is focusing on containers, roll-on/roll-off cargo, general cargo, and liquid and dry bulk.
The Port of Nyborg contains one berth for containerized cargo, three berths for general cargo, three berths for break-bulk, and six berths for dry and liquid bulk cargoes. The port also contains a berth for passengers. Maximum draught at the berths is 11 meters.