Malmö Logistic Centre is to be established in North Harbour in Malmö

PRESS RELEASE 
20 December 2019

An agreement has been signed today between Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) and the family-owned Malmberg Group for the leasing of land immediately adjacent to the North Harbour in Malmo. The construction of the logistics facility Malmö Logistic Centre, which will become a facility for reloading, cross-docking and intermediate storage of goods, will commence in February. 

Part of the facility will focus on the handling of special transports, with the auxiliary handling of non-standard goods, as well as loading and unloading of containers. The other part of the facility will be a conventional, insulated warehouse for the handling and storing of standard goods.

The facility is optimally located in the immediate vicinity to both the ferry traffic and container port North Harbour in Malmö, which will facilitate its handling of export and import flows. The facility will hold a high security rating in terms of both intrusion prevention and protection of personal safety. The facility will have complete customs privileges for the clearance of goods.

The land that is being leased is approximately 12,000 square metres and a building with a total of approx. 5,000 square metres will be built.

- “We are exceptionally pleased to have the opportunity to establish this type of facility in the port of Malmö. The unique location gives us the requisite preconditions to provide our customers with excellent service with the ability to manage all types of goods,” observes Erik Malmberg, CEO of Malmö Logistic Centre 

- The establishment of Malmö Logistic Centre right next to North Harbour is strategically significant for the further development of CMP and the joint collaborations we are building. Malmö Logistic Centre will be able to offer adapted services not only to operators who are already using the Port today but also for all new and future customers,” comments Johan Ullenby, Head of North Harbour, Copenhagen Malmö Port.

For further information contact:
Erik Malmberg
CEO Malmö Logistic Centre
erik.malmberg@malmologisticcentre.se
+46 40 35 85 34

Johan Ullenby
Head of North Harbour - CMP
johan.ullenby@cmport.com
+46 70 692 41 41

Brief facts

About Malmö Logistic Centre:
Malmö Logistic Centre is a newly formed company in the Malmberg Group, which also includes the logistics company Begoma. Begoma is one of Sweden’s largest privately-owned logistics companies, with six offices in three countries and a turnover of just over SEK 300 million. The Group is operated by the brothers Fredrik, Henrik and Erik Malmberg.

About Copenhagen Malmö Port:
CMP - Copenhagen Malmö Port is one of the largest port and terminal operators in the Nordic region and one of the largest cruise terminals in northern Europe. CMP is one of 83 European core ports, which are considered by the EU to be particularly significant for the development of new transport corridors in Europe.


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