Industrial port with historical roots

The port at Orkanger has historical roots back to the early industrial development in the 1600s with the extensive export of copper from the local mines. Today, the area is characterized by new industry and a shore-based spoolbase serves the offshore industry and the special vessel Deep Energy. In addition, larger volumes of container cargo, general cargo and bulk cargo across the quay at Orkanger.
Mon. - Fri.08:00 a.m. - 15:30 p.m.
Sat. - Sun.08:00 a.m.- 15:30 p.m.
Port security Tel: +47 911 12 600

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Quays in Orkanger port

Quay-ID Quay name/Place Length Depth ISPS Water Crane
01 Langbrua 48,0 5,0
02 Krankaia 82,0 10,0 NOORK-0001
03 Vigor Quay 85,0 10,0 NOORK-0001
04 Stena Quay 33,0 7,0 NOORK-0001
05 Elkem, Thamshavn 76,0 9,0 NOORK-0001

Call tables

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Vessels over 300 gross tons

All vessels of 300 gross tons or more must report at the port of call via the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s port of call Safe Seanet. This includes fishing vessels, recreational vessels and historic vessels of 300 GT or more.

Vessels under 300 gross tons

All vessels under 300 gross tons with a maximum length of 15 meters or more must notify their call in advance via the Port of Trondheim’s form.

Other vessels under 300 gross tons, less than 15 meters in maximum length, can apply for a guest harbor or small boat berth. Small boat berths are offered by local boat associations. See the port database for an overview.

Arrivals must be reported no later than 24 hours before ETA.

For further information on port dues, quay and goods charges.




Detour at Industrihavneveien

Industrihavneveien is temporarily closed from the roundabout heading north, in connection with construction work. Detour options are signposted, and all access to the port of Orkanger must go via Havneveien and via gate A.

For access to the area, please contact Port Security on tel: +47 911 12 604 or Inge Lyng on tel: + 47 952 63 016

See map for detours

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