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Reykjavík - Sundahöfn

Reykjavík - Sundahöfn

From 1968 Iceland’s most important import-export operations have been at the Sundahöfn Port facilities. The port handles some 230,000 TEU. Further development of land and lenghtening of already available quays is now taking place. In 2006 the so-called Skarfabakki Quay was officially opened with a t...

Reykjavík - Gamla Höfnin

Reykjavík - Gamla Höfnin

The old harbour was first built between 1912 and 1917. Until 1968 it was an all-purpose fish and transport harbour and the biggest port in Iceland. In 1968 the transport operations were moved from there to the so-called Sundahöfn area. The old harbour is now undergoing comprehensive alterations.

Grundartangi

Grundartangi

This port was opened in 1978 to serve the ferrosilicon plant nearby. In 1998 it was enlarged because of a new aluminium smelter in the vicinity and in 2006 it was enlarged further. The total quay length now is 670 metres. Water depth at the quayside is from 10 to 14 metres. The area set aside at Gru...

Borgarnes

Borgarnes

This little port in West Iceland is used by small boats.

Akranes

Akranes

This was begun in 1930 and has been used mainly as a fishing port. It has also been used for the transport of cement from the local cement factory, Sementsverksmidjan hf, which began its production in 1958. AIP intends to further develop this port for the landing and export of marine products.