The region's most sustainable logistics location

Logistics that save money, time and the environment
Skaraborg and the Gothenburg region are the best place in Scandinavia and northern Europe for efficient sustainable logistics solutions. The Foundation is the geographical location, but more importantly is the concentrated competence, surface and capacity we can offer through the Skaraborg Logistic Center (SLC). Modern, fast, cost-effective and sustainable transport by road and rail means that companies in our region save money, time and the environment – and can thus continue to grow!

Save money! Competitive cost situation for land and transport.

Save time! Fast connection with the port of Gothenburg and the continent.

Save the Environment! Sustainable transport, renewable fuels and district heating.

Your link to the world
Skaraborg Logistic Center is the effective sustainable link between the business community in Skaraborg and the rest of the world. Here is the Gothenburg region's best logistics hub with connection to the western and southern Main Line and direct connection to the port of Gothenburg.

SLC is a unique collaboration between private and public actors, with continuous strong investments for continued expansion. The base is a strong cluster around logistics and transport, based on solid industrial expertise, focus on modern logistics solutions and long railway history. 

In the coming years, there will be major investments in rail infrastructure. Jula Logistics AB will further develop Dryport Skaraborg at Marjarp with two additional handling tracks and extended terminal space.

The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has approved the construction of a new handover railway yard, which means that a grant of 50 percent of the cost is secured. The new rail yard will create the necessary conditions for a future expansion in terms of transhipment between train and truck. The construction means that SLC and its terminals will be able to handle more and longer trains than today. The railway yard is being built to handle 750 m long trains and is expected to be operational by 2022.

The new handover rail yard is expected to secure jobs through increased competitiveness, but also contribute to better access to efficient and climate-friendly transport in the region. The climate benefit linked to the investment is estimated to be a reduction of 14 million kilos of carbon dioxide per year.

In addition to the construction of the new handover yard, there is a state investment to enable the rail yard's connection to the state-owned bypass track. In addition to being able to handle more and longer trains, the connection also enables the direct arrival and departure of freight trains in Skövde and northwards. The cost of this part is estimated at 45 million. The implementation and financing will be governed by a future agreement between Falköping municipality and the Swedish Transport Administration.


Yes, I am interested in finding out more about the advantages and opportunities that Skaraborg has to offer as a region of establishment.

Officials and contractors – therefore Skaraborg Locistic Center!

Ida Josefsson

AC Floby

"We have got a much better and more efficient management of our freight management"

Back in 2013, we took an environmental decision to transfer as much goods as possible from road to rail. There, SLC has been an important partner with its efficient infrastructure, geographical location and that they also serve as an extended arm to the port of Gothenburg.

Jayasam K
CEO Jula Logistic AB

"Since 2019 Samskip has been a customer of the intermodal terminal."

The flexibility of the SLC Terminal is very important for Samskip . Short lines and quick decisions is one of the keys for our Railbusiness. And the Skaraborg industry is positive to Intermodal solutions. Samskip is able to offer Intermodal solutions from this part of Sweden to Germany – Benelux – Italy – Turkey – Switzerland, Portugal and Ireland. And we see support from Skaraborg municipality, which is very important for joint future development.

Henk van Dieren
Samskip Multimodal B.V – Netherland


  1. Combi terminal – TBN Sweden AB
  2. Lumber terminal – Stora Enso/Sydved
  3. Lumber terminal – Stora Enso/Sydved
  4. Dryport Skaraborg – Jula Logistics AB
  5. Woodchip terminal – Carlsson & Persson SkogstjänstAB
  6. Inventory and crossdocking – TBN Sweden AB
  7. Expansion Area Terminal – Jula logistics AB
  8. Logistics Park/Area of establishment – Jula logistics AB
  9. Heating plants – Falbygdens Energi AB
  10. Stock – Arla/Fal Cheese AB
  11. Workshop center for railway vehicles – BSJG/BS Verstäder

Area Map
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  • 6 terminals including 5 tracks connected.
  • The terminals are electrified and connected to a signal-controlled handover yard with a capacity of 630 meters long trains
  • In the current situation there are about 6 km (?) tracks
  • Traffic of 6-7 trains per day.
  • Handled tonnage of approximately 1 000 000 tonnes/year.
  • Container flow of > 30 000 TEU/year.
  • Lowers emissions of CO2by more than 30 000 tonnes/year
  • Many efficient and sustainable transport solutions, including daily shuttles to the port of Gothenburg and daily rail connections to the continent.
  • Efficient transhipment.
  • Modern and customised warehouse solutions, hot and cold bearings.
  • Third party Logistics.
  • Centre for maintenance, service and reconstructions of railway vehicles in the Nordic countries
  • Plenty of establishment areas in direct connection to the terminals

Jula invests in sustainable logistics
The individual company that has invested strongest in SLC is Jula logistics. The goal is to continue to develop Sweden's most attractive, efficient and sustainable logistics area together with Falköping municipality. The company has purchased Dryport Skaraborg and 250 000 square meters of adjacent establishment areas. The initiative creates opportunities for continued efficiency and development of sustainable logistics solutions.

Current investments in infrastructure
• Establish a further handover yard that ensures the necessary train capacity in connection with planned expansion.
• Ensure further future expansion via more DETALJPLANELAGD land for extended Logistics park.
• Terminalutbyggnad on two new handling tracks and 30.000 square meters of Terminalyta.


Project manager:
Ida Elf
Municipality of Falköping
521 81 falköping
Phone: 0515-88 51 14

Infrastructure Manager:
Tomas Berg
Municipality of Falköping
521 81 falköping
Phone: 0515-88 60 60


National – Skaraborg Logistic Center:
Ida Elf
Municipality of Falköping
521 81 falköping
Phone: 0515-88 51 14

International – Business Region Skaraborg:
Alexandra Norlander Tornberg
Kaplansgatan 16A
541 22 Skövde
Telefon:+46(0)722 10 63 81


Railway description for the bridge Gärdet/Marjarp

Road safety Instruction (TRI) for sidetracks

Track plan

Contact persons and contact routes

Special instruction


For questions related to the respective terminal – contact the specified contact person

1. Kombiterminal Brogärdet – TBN Sweden AB
Bengt Thorstensson
Terminalgatan 4
521 36 Falköping
Tel:. + 46 515 69 37 71
Mobile: + 46 734 23 39 85

2. Virkesterminal Marjarp – Stora Enso/Sydved
Jayaraj P
Trätåg AB c/O large Enso Skog
791 80 Falun
Tel: 070-2956466

3. Virkesterminal Marjarp – Södra Skogsägarna
Michael Frick
Södra Skogsägarna Economic Association
Commodity market
351 89 Växjö, Sweden
Tel: 0470-85 770
Mobile: 072-20 96 610

5. Dryport Skaraborg Marjarp – Jula Logistics AB
Jayasam K
Jula Logistics AB
Box 363
532 24 Skara
Tel: 0511-3420620
Mob: 070-2378383

5. The Flisterminal Marjarp – Carlsson & Persson Skogtjänst AB Henric Carlsson
Carlsson & Persson Skogtjänst AB
Industrigatan 25
521 70 Åsarp
Tel: 0705234299


6. Bearings and Crossdockingterminal brogärdet – TBN Sweden AB       Bengt Thorstensson
Terminalgatan 4
521 36 Falköping
Tel:. + 46 515 69 37 71
Mobile: + 46 734 23 39 85