Gothenburg has been an international city open to the world since founded in 1621. Foreign trade is a part of the regions history and is still an important import and export hub.
Scandinavia’s largest sea port is located in the heart of Gothenburg and provide market access to ten Nordic and Baltic countries. The goods chain is reinforced by Landvetter Airport, which offers international air freight services.
Gothenburg offer broad expertise in logistics and infrastructure with a focus on sustainability. The region has been Sweden’s best logistic locations for more than a decade.