Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, has been given the go-ahead by the Swedish Maritime Administration to receive larger cruise ships in Malmö.

Over 40 ships are already scheduled to put into Gotland in 2018. Activities are fully underway to equip Gotland to handle over 60,000 passengers during its first season once the cruise quay has opened.
Handling at the container terminal in Copenhagen is being further improved with Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, putting a new logistics system into operation today.
Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, is moving its container operation in Copenhagen to Ydre Nordhavn. The decision is based on the fact that urban development in the inner parts of Nordhavn is now making it relevant.
In order to optimally develop logistics solutions and utilise loading capacity in the car terminal in Malmö Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, is focusing on return loads in collaboration with GreenCargo’s subsidiary NTR.
The latest generation of car carrier arrived recently. The sun doesn’t just shine over the ship, it also contributes to generating energy for it as Drive Green Highway has high efficiency solar panels.
Once again a grand cruise price – 24th cruise price since 1996
CMP and SCA Logistics have signed a partnership agreement. It makes Malmö a new hub in the hygiene and forestry industry company’s transport network. The goods arrive by ship at CMP, where they are transhipped and sent on to customers in the region.
In 2016 Copenhagen Malmö Port expects growth of 9% in the number of cruise visitors to Copenhagen, and at the end of June a record will be set for the number of visitors on one single day. Next year will beat all records with 850,000 cruise visitors. The cruise business as a whole contributes around DKK 1.3 billion to the Danish capital’s economy.
Discussions surrounding future transport systems were in focus when Mr Pat Cox, European Coordinator for the ScanMed Core Network Corridor, visited Copenhagen Malmö Port on Monday.
Work started today on the cruise quay in Visby, which will be completed in spring 2018. Region Gotland and Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, will together contribute to developing cruise tourism in the Baltic in general and on Gotland in particular.
Norwegian Cruise Line will be deploying their even bigger cruise ship “Norwegian Getaway” on their cruises in 2017, with Copenhagen as the starting point of their trips to the Baltic and to the Norwegian fjords. The ship can accommodate almost 4,000 guests, which is 1,000 more than its predecessor “Norwegian Star”, which has been used in recent seasons.

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