Press Releases 2015

Last weekend, the first electricity-powered buses from Chinese BYD were unloaded at CMP's vehicle terminal in Malmö. The deliveries are the result of cooperation between CMP and BYD that was initiated earlier this year.
A relocation of the container terminal is a necessary part of the urban development of
Copenhagen and the further development of Nordhavn (Northern Harbour). CMP, who operates
the container terminal in Nordhavn,
CMP has signed an agreement with the Chinese company BYD, the world leader in the manufacture of electric powered vehicles. The agreement paves the way for a wide-ranging collaboration in the future. BYD will deliver the first electric powered buses to customers in Sweden in the autumn. These buses will be unloaded at CMP in Malmö.
Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, is discontinuing its efforts to establish barge services as an alternative transport route between Malmö and Copenhagen. This decision is a consequence of the fact that demand has proven to be weak.
Consolidating development opportunities and objectives for the European transport system was on the agenda when Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, received Pat Cox from ScanMed, on Tuesday. Being a core port further strengthens CMP's role in the development of Europe's infrastructure.
In 2014 Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) increased its turnover by 7%. Its operating profit also improved, reaching SEK 89.5 million. The main reason for these increases was higher volumes in the fields of RoRo, Containers and Dry Bulk.
The Board of Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has decided to appoint Barbara Scheel Agersnap to the position of Deputy CEO of the company. Barbara Scheel Agersnap comes from a position as Executive Director at Innovation Centre Denmark in Shanghai, China. She will take up her new position on 1 June 2015.
Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, is engaged in a new collaboration to increase freight traffic by train to and from Northern Harbour. The new train service starts from the Netherlands and serves Malmö three times a week. The collaboration strengthens CMP’s role as a hub for freight handling in Southern Sweden.
Copenhagen Malmö Port and Scandinavian Tank Storage build a facility for low-sulphur marine diesel

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