KØGEIn 2006 Køge was named Denmark's most charming centre of commerce.
Historically, Køge has always been a commercial hub and with the harbour right in the centre of town fishing was the major business in Køge in the past. Today fishing is a marginal contributor to the local economy, although fresh fish can still be bought at the harbour, which forms the cultural centre of Køge and contributes greatly to the town's appealing atmosphere.
Do you wish to learn more about the business community and gain an insight to the possibilities which this municipality can offer your company, you can read more about our Business areas
If you want to learn more about the companies and industries which are already present in the municipality, you can read more about our Leading companies
If you have any questions or wish to know more about the municipality you can read more about our Contacts
A broad scope
Even today all major roads lead to the harbour and Køge's modern day commercial centre is located very close by. Køge harbour is the biggest port in Zealand and continues to play a major role in local business life. Many of the businesses based around the harbour are dependent on sea transportation.
Køge's close proximity to Copenhagen and major infrastructural facilities such as the motorway, airport and various commercial harbours ensures businesses in Køge easy transportation and large market opportunities.