Cars

CMP is a hub for import and handling of new cars in the Baltic Sea Region.

CMP is a hub for import and handling of new cars in the Baltic Sea Region. CMP is now the biggest Nordic port for cars, with hundreds of thousands of vehicles passing through per annum. The four ultra-modern terminals accommodate up to 40,000 cars from all over the world. This development has been made possible by:
  • Central location in the Øresund Region with almost four millions consumers and in the Baltic Sea Region Denmark, Sweden and Norway can be reached without further transshipment
  • Frequent calls of feeder ships and transocean car carriers
  • All types of services for the automotive industry offered
  • Modern facilities with water depth up to 10 m
  • Investment of more than 35 million euros in new quays, terminals and infrastructure
  • Well-trained and dedicated staff

Today, CMP is the biggest Nordic port for car imports – 20 different brands and several hundred thousand vehicles pass through each year. Toyota was the catalyst behind this rapid expansion. In 2002, the Japanese brand decided to concentrate its Nordic imports in one port. Other car-makers followed suit, and the port now also houses brands like Honda, Peugeot, Citroën, Ford, Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Mercedes, Alfa Romeo and Isuzu. After being transported from countries such as the Czech Republic, France, Britain, Turkey, South Africa, the USA, Thailand and Japan, and following a stopover in Malmö, the cars are shipped to dealers in the rest of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia. CMP is a hub for car handling and all types of services for the automotive industry are offered. CMP loads and unloads car ships and train wagons.

Copenhagen - terminal

  • Located in Frihavnen (Freeport)
  • 100,000 m2 terminal
  • 1,800 m2 PDI facility
  • 32 m wide ro-ro ramp
  • Quay length 298 m, water depth 10 m  

The Port of Malmö can accommodate large and small ships – i.e both feeder vessels and ocean-going vessels. The three terminals comprise an area totalling more than 700,000 square metres and are linked to the railway system.

Malmö - Autolink terminal

  • Located in Frihamnen (Freeport)
  • Terminal 97,000 m2
  • 16,000 m2 roofed
  • 3,000 m2 PDI facility
  • 45 m wide ro-ro ramp, water depth 9.20 m
  • Terminal equipped with rail track
Toyota Nordic Hub terminal
  • Located in Frihamnen (Freeport)
  • Terminal 250,000 m2
  • PDI facility
  • Ro-ro ramp 28 m
  • Quay 616 length 325 m, water depth 10 m
  • Quay 617 length 190 m, water depth 9 m
  • Terminal equipped with rail track
Malmö - SkandiaTransport terminal
  • Located in Frihamnen (Freeport)
  • 190,000 m2 terminal
  • 5,500 m2 PDI facility
  • 45 m wide ro-ro ramp
  • Water depth 9.20 m
  • Terminal equipped with rail track



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