Storuman Nordic Logistic Center

The NLC Storuman transhipment terminal was inaugurated on 15 August 2012. Located in a high growth area, the terminal is a transport hub intersected by two European highways and rail links in three directions. The terminal is a key component of Nordic Logistic Corridor, the green transport route connecting Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Due its location, the Storuman terminal represents an optimal dry port between Mosjøen, Mo i Rana, Umeå, Holmsund and Vaasa, and therefore a strategic resource for the region as a whole. Set up in 2010 in conjunction with the introduction of the Bothnia Line, the NLC Terminal offers loading and unloading services as well as access to a service centre and parking area for carriers. The terminal has three railway lines and its new freight station spans 5.8 hectares – a threefold increase on its previous capacity.