Information related to the Coronavirus

CMP continually monitors the public authorities’ guidelines regarding the Corona situation and complies with the instructions they provide. In addition, we continuously evaluate what measures we should prepare, if the risk assessment made by the public authorities changes.

All vessels approaching Copenhagen or Malmö submit a Health Declaration to the broker, who sends it to the relevant public authorities. If this gives cause for a ship to be quarantined, the ship will not be allowed to dock to the quay until the public authorities are in place to appropriately deal with the situation.

In the event a ship or broker call in reporting the presence of Coronavirus, CMP’s port offices which are manned round-the-clock contact the relevant public authorities, which provide directives on what process and procedures CMP should follow. The broker activates the public authorities in relation to their efforts and involvement with the ship. This is a fully established procedure that we have great confidence in.

Latest news
7 September 2020
Yesterday, Sunday morning, Hapag-Lloyd's cruise ship Europa 2 called our terminal in Visby.
4 September 2020
Hapag Lloyd’s,Europa arrives at Ocean Quay Copenhagen for a technical call
31 August 2020
Tomorrow, September 1, we are happy to welcome the cruise ship Europa 2, to the cruise terminal in Malmö. The corona pandemic has had a huge negative impact on the cruise season 2020 with almost 100 % cancellations. Some cruise lines are now offering smaller cruises with a limited number of passengers.
28 August 2020
Our terminals in both Denmark and Sweden are open despite the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak.

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