RoRo Terminal

Last updated 1/2/2018 8:13 AM


The Øresund Region is a perfect location for connecting traffic between countries. In Copenhagen and Malmö CMP serves RoRo traffic going East/West or North/South.

CMP is centrally located for import and export goods going from Sweden to the Continent or goods going to Russia and the Baltic States. RoRo and RoPax traffic consists of the routes: Malmö–Travemünde-Helsinki-St.Petersburg (Finnlines). RoRo terminals at CMP have a strong market position based on:

  • Well-equipped terminals with latest development in handling
  • Fast operations with a high average productivity
  • Professional and dedicated staff
  • Easy access located next to the port entrance
  • Rail track to terminals
  • Large areas for future expansion within the terminal
  • Free areas for setting up logistic park connected to the terminals
  • All terminals are approved according to “International Ship And Port Facility Security Code” ISPS-code
  • Motorway access is easy

Norra Hamnen – a green investment
RoRo and RoPax traffic operate at the terminal in Norra Hamnen in Malmö. The road network to and from the ships at Norra Hamnen is broad and flexible, when cars and trucks leave the ferries. CMP is also actively working to address environmental issues surrounding RoRo traffic – the drive to and from ships is kept as short as possible, and the terminal tractors that load and unload trailers are carefully selected to be as environmentally friendly as possible.

Malmö – RoRo terminal

  • Several daily departures to Germany
  • Three RoRo berths combining RoRo and RoPax
  • Two ramp to vessels’ upper deck
  • Terminal area 300,000 m2
  • Terminal building 800 m2
  • Eight terminal tractors
  • Four reachstackers

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