News 2009

This close to the end of the year, CMP is able to look back on a successful cruise ship season. The overall figures for 2009 were 335 ships with a total of 620,000 passengers.
CMP has reorganized our Maritime Service.
Opening hours during Christmas and New Year (Danish only).
Machine operators at the Port of Copenhagen are now going to learn to drive in just as environmentally correct a way as their colleagues at the Port of Malmö, when they handle containers.
Early November saw the premier for electric cars in Malmö’s car terminal.
130,000 cubic metres of clean dredged material is going to be moved by barge – from North Harbour to Kockums channel.
The European Commission last week granted infrastructure funding to ease the financial crisis.
The new terminal is located with easy access to the quays and thereby ship transport.
NYK Line har for tredje år i træk givet CMP et ”Certificate of Achievement”, der gives som en anerkendelse af hårdt og godt arbejde.
CMP has made an agreement with the power company DONG Energy that ensures that electricity produced by one of CMP’s cranes reduces the electric bill.
The new issue of CMPnews reports on CMP’s current investments.
CMP has just launched the web-site you are looking at.
"This is a big and important environmental investment for Malmö," said Ilmar Reepalu, mayor of the city of Malmö, when he broke ground in Norra Hamnen and started the construction of three new terminals for Copenhagen Malmö Port.
Finnlines have started a new traffic to St. Petersburg.
500 people participated in our inquiry about our coming website.
Tuesday 21 April "AIDAluna" called at Copenhagen, and thereby marked the beginning of this year's cruise season.
A new cruise-ship quay will be built in order to maintain and develop Copenhagen's position as the leading cruise-ship port in Northern Europe.
CMP announced the following management changes at its annual general meeting today.
Major new expansion will secure fast, efficient transfers of goods between ships, trains and trucks.
It pays to think green: Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) will testify to that. Last year, the company saved 120,000 litres of diesel, representing a cash saving of more than DKK ¾ million (SEK 1 million).
CMP defies downturn to enjoy best year to date.
The Danish-Swedish port operator CMP maintained stable freight volumes in 2008. Cruise ship calls were up.
Tuesday December 23rd Omega Prince docked at Oceanpieren in Copenhagen. The ship arrived from Grimsby and carried jet fuels.
It is a known fact that car sales have stagnated in Denmark. A consequence of the crisis is that we us to buy fewer cars and the same is the case in the countries around us.

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