Yilport Oslo – Infranode invests in the
largest container port in Norway


Supporting the green transition of the port industry with electrified operations and with the goal of becoming the first fossil-free port in the world

Yilport Oslo (Port of Oslo) operates the largest port in Norway, in fact, serving 80 % of the Oslo region and over half of the total population with imported goods. In 2019, the port handled 250 000 TEU. Yilport Oslo currently holds a concession of operating the port until 2035 with a possibility to prolong for another 10 years. Yilport Oslo consists of one container terminal which handles all container cargo.

Yilport Oslo stands out with its modern infrastructure and equipment, its high productivity and quality services. With Yilport’s operational excellence and know-how, Yilport Oslo continues to lead the way with streamlined digitalized and automated processes. The operations of Yilport Oslo are today fully electrified and automated. The port is already a frontrunner on the transition to increased sustainability and has the goal of becoming the world’s first zero emission container port.

Yilport Oslo is co-owned with Yilport Holding, one of the fastest growing international container terminal operators in the world with close to 30 port terminals in its global portfolio. The collaboration among Infranode and Yilport was initiated in 2019, when Yilport Gävle (Sweden) realized its capacity enlargement with an equity contribution by Infranode.


Investment date: May 2021

Country: Norway

Sector: Transport (port operator)