Port of Oslo

Port of Oslo is ranged as the largest port in Norway. The container terminal at Sjursøya receives and distributes consumer goods to most of Norway. "Half of Norway" actually live within a close range of 3 hours from the port.

We arrive in port of Oslo Mondays at 4 am, and sail to Moss at 9 am.

Advantages with port of Oslo:
  • short distance to motorways and railway
  • a transport hub for the entire Norway and Scandinavia
  • "half of Norway" live in close proximity
  • can handle any type of cargo
  • modern and efficient container terminal
  • 4 container cranes (SSG cranes) and 8 stacking cranes (RTG cranes)
  • silos and tanks as well as dry and wet bulk 
  • short reloading times
  • quay: 665 meter

Click here for more information about port of Oslo on their home page.

Opening hours for transport - Port of Oslo

How to find the port and the operator?
Port of Oslo
Stevedore/ terminaloperator
Share in Social Media:


Rate inquiry


Currency converter

Other ports of call
Port of Aarhus
Port of Gdynia
Port of Klaipeda
Port of Kristiansand
Port of Lübeck
Port of Moerdijk - Rotterdam
Port of Moss

Viasea shipping

Sea freight is the environmental winner, has the same lead time as road freight, and is a cost saving alternative.
Viasea Shipping AS
Solgaard Skog 144,
N-1599 Moss
VAT: NO 984 060 386
Tel: +47 69 25 70 00
Viasea Shipping AS
Plaza 4
NL-4782 SK, Moerdijk
VAT: NO 984 060 386
Tel; +47 69 25 70 00
Viasea Shipping AS
Vålerveien 165
N-1599 MOSS
Tel: +47 69 25 70 00

Viasea Shipping AS
Middenweg 35
NL-4782 PP Moerdijk
Tel; +31 (0) 629006969