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Aabenraa Industrial Harbour

The Port of Aabenraa is an important transport hub – both locally, nationally and internationally. We are expanding our position as an attractive business port, which the purchase of Aabenraa Industrihavn supports. With the purchase of 155,000 m2 of area close to the harbor at Ensted Harbour, new opportunities are opening up which will support the positive development we are experiencing.

With the area by Ensted harbour, we can offer attractive areas and facilities to both current and new customers; warehouses, heated warehouses, workshop facilities with overhead cranes, large halls with 11 meter working height, administration buildings with flexible layout options, areas for storage and construction of new buildings. In addition, it is possible to make use of Aabenraa Havn's 2 Liebherr harbor mobile cranes with a lifting capacity of up to 248 tons in joint lifting.

With the opportunity to use Aabenraa Port's facilities, the advantageous location close to the motorway to both the rest of Denmark and Germany and new opportunities to create more development at Aabenraa Port and Aabenraa Industrihavn, we look forward to meeting new times and continuing the role as a growth generator in the southern part of Denmark and northern part of Germany.

Welcome to Aabenraa Industrial Harbour

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Information leaflet about Aabenraa Industrial Harbour


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Rimeco has made another great film where you can follow the demolition work at Ensted Harbor up close.

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Rimeco has made a nice film where you can follow the demolition work at Ensted Harbor up close.

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STATUS FROM RIMECO A/S, current owner of Aabenraa Industrihavn: September 2016

Rimeco is working at high pressure with the demolition of EV Block 2 at Enstedværket. The facades of the block are being torn down, which gives a clear insight into how far they are in the demolition process.
So far, only the machines and the waste have borne witness to the fact that the demolition took place primarily inside the building. With the now demolished facades, there is no doubt that Blok 2 will soon be history.

In week 38, the 126 meter high chimney was broken down by 15 metres, and we can inform you that approximately 3 meters are broken down per day. The chimney is broken down by removing the outer layer and then the inner layer, and then gradually working downwards.

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STATUS FROM RIMECO A/S, current owner of Aabenraa Industrihavn: July 2016

The construction site at Aabenraa Industrihavn is being mobilized these weeks, and the approx. The 90 m high crane for the demolition work has just been made ready. The demolition work will begin in earnest during the month of August, and we are very much looking forward to the project:


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STATUS FROM RIMECO A/S, current owner of Aabenraa Industrihavn: May 2016

In the meantime, ISPS fences and gates have been established on the site, which demarcate the cadastres between Vattenfall, Dong Energy and Rimeco A/S / Aabenraa Industrihavn, and the preparation of the construction site is underway. We are looking forward to getting started with the actual demolition work and will regularly update with pictures. Here are current pictures of the area at Enstedværket:


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