Energy surcharge

Due to the current development in energy prices, Port of Aalborg has introduced a surcharge on our cranes, cf. 11.2.1 in our Terms and Conditions 2022. The surcharge is an extra supplement to the hourly rates.

• Mobile wire cranes (21 and 22): DKK 235.00 per hour (ex. VAT)
• Fixed cranes (green cranes): DKK 137.00 per hour (ex. VAT)

The energy surcharge is regulated minimum once a month and will be announced here.

For further information, please contact Harbourmaster Claus Rosenbeck on

Gate to great

Port of Aalborg is more than a traditional port or transport hub. We work with partnerships and collaboration. Sustainability and greening. Symbiosis and synergies. Knowledge and growth. Innovation and development. Transport and logistics. Challenges and solutions. On shore and on water. Transformation and intelligence. Ideas and experiments. Today and tomorrow. Local and global. Job creation and prosperity. Healthy working and personal life. And so on ... That is why, we dare to call Port of Aalborg "gate to great".

Port of Aalborg makes a concentrated effort to work sustainably, and we hold ISO 14001 environmental certification. This means that ‘greening’ steers our activities, at both micro and macro levels.

Whistleblower scheme

As a significant commercial actor in Aalborg, we wish to be a transparent and responsible company operating in accordance with legal, ethical and democratic values. Therefore, we have a whisleblower scheme, where you can report illegal or criticizable matters concerning Port of Aalborg via an independent law firm - either anonymously or by name.

Contact us

If you need our help, you are welcome to contact us on +45 9930 1500 or find the right employee.

COVID-19: Guidelines at Port of Aalborg

In connection with the global outbreak of COVID-19 and the national measures to contain the spread, we have introduced a number of internal and external measures precautions.

Port of Aalborg is still open for ship traffic and other activities in and around the port area. However, in the period ahead, we will introduce stricter guidelines for employees as well as calling ships, drivers, and any users of the port area.

We also prioritize our internal resources in order to maintain our operations to the best of our abilities, so that we can ensure a continued stable supply chain for both Greenlandic and Danish society.

We are keeping informed about the situation through the Danish Health Authorities and follow the instructions carefully.