ForSea freight

Freight between Denmark and Sweden

Our ferries sail with freight transport (via truck) on the line Helsingborg-Helsingör around the clock. During business hours we sail every 15 minutes Tuesday-Thursday and every 20 minutes Friday-Monday.

Drive your cargo the shortest and greenest way across the sound. The hauliers and truck drivers use the crossing daily as a quick and easy way to cross the water between Helsingborg and Helsingör.

It's not far to the next departure and the break on the ferry saves both time and shortens the driving range.

See timetable for Freight

Check in quickly with a pre-booking

We offer all freight agreement customers the opportunity to pre-book their crossings with us. Pre-book, and check in without leaving your truck. Drive quickly through our Fast Lanes and board the next available ferry.

In addition to speedy processing, we also ensure the correct information, such as vehicle number and reference number, accompanies your transportation from pre-booking to invoicing. Contact us to find out more.

Log in for online freight booking

Online booking and EDI booking

Correct information Option of automatic check in
Personalised invoice number on invoice SMS booking
No waiting time at the port EDI invoice


Check in on site

If you haven’t pre-booked, park your truck and use one of the self-service machines in our check-in offices, where you provide the same information which was previously written down on a check-in form. The check-in guide in the machines is available in 16 different languages. If you want to check in with our staff, the check-in offices are staffed 24/7.

Latest news!

February 2023

Transportation fair 2023

Forsea will take part in Transport 2023 in Herning this coming April 20-22.

We look forward to greeting our customers. We offer complimentary entrance tickets, if you want to visit us at our booth (J7168) in hall J. Use the code FORSEA2023

So, come by, have a cup of coffee and a chat about the transportation future over the Sound between Denmark and Sweden.

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January 2023

Molslinien acquires Forsea Ferries

In November 2022 Forsea was acquired by the Swedish capital fund EQT and their Danish ferry company, Molslinien A/S. In addition to owning Molslinien, EQT also owns the Norwegian ferry company, Torghattan.

All three companies are now joined in the new parent company Nordic Ferry Infrastructure, NFI.

Forsea looks forward to becoming part of something bigger, on this next exciting journey.

This has no effect on our sailing schedules, operational reliability, or dedicated freight departures, as we continue operating as usual.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us.

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October 2022

Tycho Brahe is back on full battery

Tycho Brahe is back on the crossing and now with the biggest battery pack ever installed on a ferry. Welcome aboard!

With the upgrade we're no longer just the first high frequent, electricity driven Ro-Pax ferry line.

We now manage the biggest battery pack in the world. The energy-storage make us capable of achieving an even more sustainable operation in years to come.

Calculations for 2022 show an expected reduction of 71% CO2-emission compared to 2016.

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Hamlet arriving in Elsinore

Conditions of Carriage

ForSea Ferries reserves the right to adjust its prices to take account of exchange rates and other costs that are beyond our control. ForSea Ferries is entitled to annul any agreement with immediate effect in the event of default of payment. Collateral agreements shall have no legal validity.

The transportation of cargo units on the ForSea route and vessels, including all agreements, are subject to the terms and conditions in the North Sea Operators Conditions of Carriage, as last amended, including the NSOCC Yellow Card (4th edition) 1999 and NSOCC Blue Card (5th edition) 1999.

If a vehicle has an engine stop or other fault that means that the vehicle cannot drive off board or move away,  ForSea Ferries has the right to immediately arrange towing of the vehicle, either by the ForSea Ferries own means or through a third party, to an area which ForSea Ferries at its own discretion deems appropriate. This applies regardless of whether the vehicle is on board one of the ferries or ashore in any part of the areas where ForSea Ferries operates. The cost of such towing is borne by the customer of ForSea Ferries.