Corona: Status of the port operation in Copenhagen and Malmö

CMP is of course doing everything we can to keep all terminals open and ensure a continuous freight flow. We are in an unpredictable situation where we do not know the final extent or consequences, but where we continuously follow the recommendations and requirements of the authorities. All personnel whose tasks allow them to work remotely have been asked to work from home. At present, normal operation is being maintained at all terminals, but with ongoing adaptation to government recommendations. This could undoubtedly result in future issues for operations at our terminals, for which we hope for the understanding of our customers and business partners. CMP will continuously inform about the situation through our daily operational contacts and dialogues – and will also ensure that our ongoing operations are conducted as well as possible.

Latest news
15 July 2020
Our terminals in both Denmark and Sweden are open despite the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak.
2 July 2020
CMP welcomes X-PRESS FEEDERS who will call CMP’s container terminal in Nordhavn, Copenhagen, from July 7.
12 May 2020
May 13th we are testing alarmsirens
29 April 2020
Recently, false alarms have been set off at Prøvestenen, which have proven to be false alarms caused by a technical electrical fault.

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