Local industrial port with good connections

Since the 1960s, Stjørdal has grown into a significant industrial and service centre in the region with shopping centres, the machinery industry, the production of mineral products, the plastics industry and the food industry. The harbour at Stjørdal has good proximity to the E6, railway and aircraft, and is a central harbour for industry in the Stjørdal region. The port area has good terminal and storage solutions near the quay.
Mon. - Fri.a.m. 06:00 - p.m. 22:00
Weekends / holidaysa.m. 06:00 - p.m.15:15
Port security Tel: +47 911 12 600


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Quays in Stjørdal port

Quay-ID Quay name/Place Length Depth ISPS Water Crane
01 Terminalkaia 48,0 7,0 NOSTJ-0001
02 Spuntkaia 72,0 5,0
03 Trekaia 65,0 5,0

Call tables

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Vessels over 300 gross tons

All vessels of 300 gross tonnes or more must report at 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.

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

Vessels under 300 gross tons

All vessels under 300 gross tonnes with a maximum length of 15 meters or more must notify their call in advance via this 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.

For further information on port dues, quay and goods compensation, see port regulations.


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