Liquid Bulk

The largest liquid bulk terminals in the Øresund region 

CMP has the largest liquid bulk terminals in the Øresund region. Import and export of liquid bulk products are oriented towards both international and regional markets. Our market position is based on:

  • Central location in the Øresund Region with almost four million inhabitants
  • Ideal location for handling and storage of transit products
  • Quays and jetties with the highest safety standard
  • Pipeline to Copenhagen Airport
  • Continuous investment in new infrastructure and equipment
  • Close co-operation with partners and sub-suppliers
  • Well-trained and committed staff

The annual turnover of oil at CMP's terminals in Copenhagen and Malmö is close to 7,000,000 tons. We have excellent facilities for handling large volumes. The Øresund region also has an important bunker station for the large number of vessels passing. 

Malmö Liquid Bulk Terminal

  • Water depth up to 13.5 m
  • Four quays
  • Loading equipment: Seven loading arms and multiple hose connections available
  • Pipelines linking individual company tanks

CMP has invested heavily in new quays, loading equipment and safety at in Malmö. A complex system of alarms and safety equipment is in place to prevent accidents and spills. 

Copenhagen Liquid Bulk Terminal

  • Water depth up to 12 meters
  • Three quays
  • Loading equipment: Five loading arms and multiple hose connections available
  • Pipelines linking individual company tanks
  • Pipeline to Copenhagen Airport

Liquid bulk is processed through Prøvestenen, south of the capital, before being sold in the Greater Copenhagen area. Aviation fuel, for example, arrives by ship at Prøvestenen and is then supplied, via pipelines to Copenhagen Airport.

LNG

CMP participate in the projekt "LNG in Baltic Sea Ports" read more


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