The Port of Bergen has for many hundred years been one of Norway’s most important cities for trade, fishing, petroleum activities, ship technology, cruise tourism, and aquaculture. Today, Bergen is Norway’s second largest port, and it is one of the most popular cruise destinations in Northern Europe. Its key areas of focus are to promote sea transport and to manage, operate, and develop port facilities. The Port of Bergen is committed to the development of innovative and sustainable solutions for a more eco-friendly port. The company has about 50 employees, and its offices can be found at the Jekteviken Terminal in Bergen.
Port of Bergen’s social responsibility is to contribute to increased transport by sea, and to facilitate efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly port operations. As a designated port in the national pandemic preparedness and response plan, the Port of Bergen is tasked with specific duties during events that may have severe implications for international public health. Furthermore, the port infrastructure and its operation form part of the emergency preparedness and response system of the Norwegian Armed Forces. The cargo terminal in Bergen is a core network port and is one of seven designated Norwegian facilities with a special function in the comprehensive network.
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We strive to be proactive in the work we do.
We will always seek to find the best solutions, go the extra mile, and maintain a positive attitude toward challenges.