A port in rapid development since 1813

The Port of Grenaa has developed enormously over the years – from a minor port focusing on fishing, to an innovative and efficient commercial and industrial port.

- In 2018, Port of Grenaa achieved the best profits in the history of the port
- Denmark's first mobile onshore power plant in the Port of Grenaa
- The Port participates in a four-year EU project about sustainable decom of wind turbines
- Large multi space ready for bulk - 10.500 sqm for wood chips and biomass 
- New maschine for material handling saves energy - first of its kind in Denmark
- Port of Grenaa establishes a new innovative port center
- Bent Hansen elected as new Chairman of Port of Grenaa
- Port of Grenaa presents a new strategy and profile
2016 - Construction work on the new bypass to the north of Grenaa starts
2015 - Henrik Carstensen appointed as new CEO of Port of Grenaa
2015 - Port of Grenaa reinforces its position as a bulk port with 2 new bulk warehouses
2014 - Port of Grenaa invests in a new Gottwald mobile crane with a capacity of 140 tons
2013 - 200th anniversary and installation of the Anholt Offshore Wind Farm celebrated 
2013 - Ambitious plan for the Port of Grenaa up to 2030 presented
2011 - Siemens Wind Power moves in to take 130,000 sqm of the north port
2010 - DONG Energy opens premises in the Port of Grenaa
2010 - Port opening – Grenaa's new north port celebrated in style
2010 - Stena Line celebrates 50 years of the Grenaa-Varberg ferry line
2008 - The Port of Grenaa joins the elite club of ports able to take modular road trains
2005 - The first phase of expansion costing DKK 70 million is completed by the building of a waterbreak and jetty
2001 - Anholt Havn becomes part of Port of Grenaa (Grenaa Havn A/S)
2000 - New port area and 360 metres of quay with 10 metre water depth
2000 - Grenaa Havn changes form of incorporation to Grenaa Havn A/S (Port of Grenaa)
1983 - The Gren Å river is extended again to make room for building the Kattegatcentret and other things
1972 - Major construction work, including new ferry dock, assembly area, roadworks and oil pier
1960 - Europafærgen starts sailing between Grenaa and Varberg
1958 - First ferry dock opens – the ferry "Djursland" docks
1952 - The first port expansion after WWII creates more space for the fishing fleet
1934 - The Grenaa-Hundested ferry route opens on 14 July
1874 - Construction of a new port starts. Work completed in 1879 after 5 years
1813 - The first actual port in Grenaa is built