The Port of Larvik handles a huge variety of goods. Steel and wood products, granite, project cargo, offshore installations and the import of raw materials for the agricultural cooperative Felleskjøpet make up a large part of the daily activity of the port.
Larvikite is the national stone of Norway and is found only in the Larvik area. In the quarries around Larvik, large blocks of Larvikite are extracted and exported to factories all over the world. The Larvikite blocks are shipped out via the port in containers and as bulk cargo on ships and barges, and are a major export item from the Port of Larvik.
The Kanalkaia Terminal has quays of 335 metres (to the north) and 120 metres (to the west), and is equipped with a mobile port crane with 100 tons lifting capacity and a portal crane with 23 tons lifting capacity.
The general cargo terminal in the inner area of Kanalkaia has 90 metres of quay and a 20 metre wide ro-ro linkspan, as well as terminal buildings and a storage area linked to the quay.
The by-product known as "storstein" is transported on barges to Europe for use in breakwaters and port construction, in addition to coastal erosion control.
Stema Shipping AS (Norsk Stein) operates a separate facility for stone export in connection with Svartebukt harbour. The facility consists of two piers and more than one acre of harbour area.
Kanalkaia North Quay
Length: 330 metres
Depth: 8,2 metres
Capacity: 20 kN/m2
Kanalkaia West Quay
Length: 110 metres
Depth: 4,7 metres
Capacity: 40 kN/m2
Portal crane, 23 tons lifting capacity
Mobile crane Liebherr LHM, 104 tons lifting capacity
GENERAL CARGO TERMINAL
- General Cargo Quay
Length: 90 metres
Depth: 4,8 metres
Capacity: 30 kN/m2
THE SVARTEBUKT TERMINAL
Depth: 8 metres