Large dry bulk terminals in Sweden and Denmark
CMP has the largest dry bulk terminals in Western Sweden and Eastern Denmark. Import and export of bulk products are mainly oriented towards the regional market, but some products are also handled for transit. Our market position is based on:
- Central location in the Øresund Region with almost four million consumers
- Good possibilities to handle bulk for transit
- Quays, terminals and available storage areas
- Easy access by road or rail to hinterland
- Modern facilities with water depth for large bulk carriers
- Investment in the new infrastructure and equipment
- Close co-operation with partners and sub-suppliers
- Well-trained and committed staff
Each terminal in Copenhagen and Malmö has its own profile and specialization.
Swede Harbour (Malmö)
- Water depth 13.5 m
- Capable of handling fully loaded panamax ships
- Quay length 200 m
- Equipped with three 20 tons stationary cranes, one 64 tons mobile crane, one multidocker CH65 material handler, one 1 Fuchs 350 material handler, conveyor belt
- 100,000 m2 terminal area
- 16,000 m2 roofed storage
In Swede Harbour, pet coke (petroleum coke) is imported from the USA and distributed in Sweden. Other forms of imported dry bulk include asphalt and road and industrial salt. The export side mostly consists of scrap, which is sent to the USA, Malaysia and India.
Södra bulkhamnen (Malmö)
- Water depth - six meters
- Quay length 330 meters
- Served by one 64 tons mobile crane and one Multidocker CH 65 material handler and seven front loaders
Sand from Denmark is landed in Södra bulkhamnen, and scrap, old tyres and waste glass shipped out. At the nearby Stena Recycling shredding facility, old cars are stuffed in one end and fine scrap comes out the other end.
- Five quays 1204 m
- 360.000 m2 terminal
Prøvestenen occupies a logistically ideal location for handling bulk for customers in the Greater Copenhagen and Sealand regions. The dry-bulk area processes products such as stone, sand, gravel, cement, soil and scrap. Prøvestenen is only a short distance from the most heavily trafficked shipping routes in Europe.
Prøvestenen was extended June 2015 with another two quays of 650 meters and another 180.000 m2 of terminal. Thereby bringing the total number up to five quays.
In Copenhagen the water depth is between 5.4 meters to 12.0 meters