Cruise Ships not allowed in Copenhagen

Updated April 2020:

In view of the public authorities’ decision to close the boarders in Denmark and to ban passenger ships due to the current Corona crisis, CMP cannot allow cruise ships to call at Copenhagen until at least 1st of June due to governmental regulations.

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15 June 2020
Malmö City is continuing to invest in strengthening Malmö as a port city and is presenting a master plan today which shows the city's long-term ambitions for Malmö port operations.
12 June 2020
The Dutch logistics company Westerman Multimodal Logistics is establishing itself in the port in Malmö. A facility is being constructed here for transshipment of freight, for combi-traffic intended for rail, road and sea.
29 May 2020
A very significantly changed cruise market, due to the crisis with the coronavirus pandemic, means that Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) will postpone the establishment of what was planned to be a new cruise terminal at Copenhagen’s Oceankaj.
26 May 2020
The financial consequences due to the crisis with the coronavirus pandemic are of such a significant scope that Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) finds itself forced to give notice of termination to 55 employees in Copenhagen in order to secure the future functioning of CMP as a port operator and manager of critical infrastructure.

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