The Fehmarn Tunnel

The Fehmarn tunnel will be the world's longest immersed road and rail tunnel when it opens in 2029. Construction of the tunnel present ample opportunity for work in practically all industries.

The Fehmarn Tunnel

The construction of the Femern tunnel, the world’s longest immersed road and rail tunnel, is indeed an opportunity for developing and growing your business.

Northern Europe’s largest construction project so far presents ample opportunities for secondary tasks in a variety of industries such as transport, logistics, security, cleaning, hotel, catering, tourism and retail.

The tunnel makes Lolland-Falster Scandinavia’s gateway to and from continental Europe. The area connects the three European commercial hubs of Copenhagen, Hamburg and Berlin, giving companies located in Lolland-Falster unique conditions for development and growth.

The increasing commercial activity surrounding the tunnel has also attracted talents in all types of industries, prompting educational institutions to escalate their offerings to both white and blue collar labourers.

All types of industries have the opportunity to capitalize and take part in the commercial activities that are taking place throughout Lolland-Falster, from major types of work to secondary or complementary services.

If you are looking to establish or expand your business relating to the construction activities or anything in that periphery, call us and together we can determine a way to move forward.


  • The Femern tunnel will comprise a four-lane motorway and two electrified rail tracks
  • The tunnel will consist of 79 individual elements, each 217 meters long, and 10 special elements that will create a lower floor for the use of the tunnel operation and maintenance equipment
  • One tunnel element weighs 73,000 tons
  • The amount of steel used in the tunnel is equivalent to about 50 Eiffel towers
  • Up to 3,000 people will be directly employed in building the Femern tunnel
  • It will take approximately 8.5 years to build the Femern tunnel and is scheduled to be operational in 2029
  • It will take ten minutes to travel from Denmark to Germany by car and seven minutes by train
  • Motorists will be able to drive at 110 km/h in the tunnel. Electric trains will be able to go through at 200 km/h
  • The construction budget for the tunnel link is DKK 52.6 billion
  • The Femern tunnel will be user-financed. Revenues from the tunnel will repay the loans that financed construction. This is the same model that financed the Storebælt and Øresund bridges

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Need help?

Call us to hear which plots and buildings are available at The Fehmarn Tunnel, or we can assist in determining the solutions that fit your needs.

Mads Stærk

Head of business development

+45 2324 4521