|Sund has a total of 215 metres of quay, with one berth of 150 metres and another of 65 metres. A total of 25,000 square metres of land is available for development alongside the two berths.
A company called SEV, controlled by the municipalities, owns and operates the oil-fired power station, which imports heavy fuel oil (HFO) from abroad. As such, Tórshavnar havn operates a small tanker berth for discharging the oil.
Sund is ideal for the kind of activities that are best undertaken well away from Tórshavn. The harbour currently handles the import of aggregates and sand from Norway and from around the Faroes. This is destined for a nearby asphalt plant. Sund is also used for the export of scrap metal.
Moreover, the terminal’s central location and proximity to the main highway have made Sund a highly popular service base and shelter for fishing vessels from eastern Europe. In the pdf. file below, you can see how the facilities in Sund looks like.
The terminal is used for the following fishing- related activities: