News 2014

The arrival of Arcadia in Copenhagen on 23 December represents the last chance for P&O’s guests, who are going to celebrate Christmas on-board, to buy Christmas presents.
South Africa’s deputy transport minister visited CMP while she was in Malmö to take part in the annual Graduation Ceremony at the World Maritime University, which has a large number of students every year
The effect of replacing old and leaking water mains can now be observed, with the investments saving CMP a lot of money
CMP is investing in a new type of shuttle service between Malmö and Copenhagen. Daily barge traffic between the cities will simplify transportation of containers and other freight. The short cut over the strait will be flexible and cost-effective for freight customers, however it will also deliver environmental benefits.
CMP recently took part in CILF - Asia’s largest logistics trade fair - in the Chinese megacity of Shenzhen. It was the second time that CMP had taken part. This year the main focus was on marketing the entire Öresund region and the opportunities it offers.
Uffe Christiansen is the manager of Maritime Service in Copenhagen – the indispensable hub of a modern full-service port such as CMP.
CMP’s terminal offers professional handling of Out of Gauge Cargo - cargo which is too large or too heavy to fit in a standard container.
Helsingborg General Hospital’s main building is to be renovated. The construction work requires huge modules from Germany via the Port of Malmö, the first shipment arrived as early as the beginning of August.
The initiative to attract and retain cruise tourism has been successful, and the new and better facilities for ships and passengers at Ocean Quay have already proved their worth in their first season
CMP’s car handling operation has been rewarded once again for its quality. It is the third year in succession that the Japanese shipping company NYK Line has given its Quality Award to the car handling operation in Malmö. The background is that CMP has had zero damages in its handling during 2013/2014. This puts it in pole position among Europe’s car ports.
The largest number of cruise passengers as yet to disembark at Ocean Quay to visit Copenhagen took place on 30 August
Oil products are constantly being transported over long distances to reach consumers. CMP received two such deliveries from different corners of the world
The extinguishing water facility in the Oil Port in Malmö is now completed.
In a full-service port such as CMP the harbourmaster has many different tasks to attend to. It is also his duty to present CMP’s shield to vessels calling at the port for the first time. On this occasion the vessel was a classic cruise ship.
It was ”all hands on deck” for CMP on 8 August when the new Oceankaj was tested by three turnaround arrivals.
At about 8.00 in the morning on Wednesday 6 August the German-owned cruise liner MS Delphin docked at Langelinie in Copenhagen.
CMP’s built-in system of pipelines and pumps has replaced tankers to remove sewage from Ocean Quay
CMP has been visited by Marina from the exclusive American shipping line, Oceania Cruises
Gitte Lillelund Bech has been appointed to head up the Danish Ports association.
CMP will be holding a seminar during Almedalen week on the opportunities for short sea shipping.
The cruise ship Louis Aura will arrive in Copenhagen for the first time on July 3
From 16 June, the goods train company Green Cargo will operate a daily service right out to Norra hamnen in Malmö.
The cruise ship Seabourn Legend will arrive in Copenhagen for the first time on June 22.
IKEA is building its new head office at Svågertorp in southern Malmö.
The cruise ship Europa 2 will arrive in Copenhagen for the first time on June 10.
CMP is receiving 90 containers of steel sheets and unloading them for DSV, which will take care of the rest of the transportation to Malmö
“We are increasing the number of cruises to Copenhagen in 2014, as it was such a popular destination last year,” says Sandra Miller Kinge, Birka Cruises’ Head of Marketing and Communications.
The cruise ship Celebrity Infinity will arrive in Copenhagen for the first time on May 23.
CMP’s annual report for 2013 has been published. In addition to financial information, the report includes presentations of CMP’s business areas as well as news concerning the Group’s work on environmental, quality assurance and CSR issues.

Copenhagen is a popular starting point for cruises in the summer months to the Nordic region and the Baltic States
”Disney Magic” is going to become well-known to CMP in the 2015 season, with two turnarounds and visits as part of five other cruises
CMP has been successful in its efforts to make the experience of utilising Copenhagen for turnaround as problem-free as possible
The first of a total of 15 superbuses have arrived at Frihamnen in Malmö. The new environmentally friendly buses will be in service on the streets of Malmö as early as the summer.
The newsletter from CMP is a digital media which, besides focusing on our own operations, deals with developments in politics and the business world that are of significance for the transport sector in general
A long-standing customer of CMP, DFDS experienced growth in both passengers and freight volumes on its routes in the North Sea and the English Channel in 2013
Cruise list 2015 available
The global shipping line Hapag-Lloyd is now launching its own Sweden-Denmark express (SDX) route.
The new line will run once a week from Hamburg directly to Copenhagen and then on to Helsingborg and Århus in Denmark.
DFDS Seaways’ ferry ”Pearl Seaways” has undergone an extensive refurbishment of its passenger facilities and is back in service on the Copenhagen-Oslo route
Many different types of ship have called into CMP, last week the Navy’s newest frigate arrived on a visit
Barely one month old, Fremantle Highway from the K-line shipping company, arrived at Frihamnen in Malmö on Monday 27 January.
Through a collaboration between Region Gotland and Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP), Gotland is to become a strategic goal for the growing cruise tourism traffic in the Baltic. A new quay for cruise ships is an important necessity.
CMP is in the process of installing pipes as the final part of the investment in an extinguishing water facility in the Oil Port in Malmö.
At the end of the year CMP became the first port in Sweden to practice life-saving from a so-called portal crane in the bulk port in Malmö.

NOTICE: Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) disclaims any responsibility for the reliability of the displayed information on the homepage. Values of importance for navigation and ships safety shall always be compared with other information and observations. © 2012 CMP