Trelleborg Harbour
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Trelleborg Harbour

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Trelleborgs hamn är en av Skandinaviens största RoRo och färjehamnar.
10 RoRo_lägen med olika rampsystem ger förutsättning för en effektiv och rationell hantering.
Från Trelleborgs hamn utgår idag fem färjeförbindelser till oc från.
En till Swinoujscie, en till Sassnitz, två till Rostock och en till Travemünde.

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