Nordö is moving to Norra Hamnen (Northern Harbour)

During spring 2011, Rederi AB Nordö-Link will be moving from Nyhamnen to Norra Hamnen. Check-in for all travellers travelling with or without transport will be at the new ferry terminal.

“CMP’s new facility is very good,” comments Antonio Raimo, line manager at Nordö. “We will have more space at our disposal and so will be able to provide our customers with better service.”

The move means that the check-in facilities will be modernised and streamlined.

Travel time will be reduced slightly, as Norra Hamnen is close to the entrance to CMP and the proximity to the motorway network for onward travel is better. There will be a ramp at the quayside with a maximum capacity of 700 tons, compared to 100 tons for the ramp currently used by Nordö.

Three test dockings have been carried out on three separate Mondays during the winter, and virtually everything passed off without a hitch.

Nordö, a subsidiary of the Finnlines Group, currently has three ferries, with three sailings a day between Malmö and Travemünde. The trip takes nine hours. The concept was primarily intended for freight traffic, but significant investments are now being made in private passengers. Nordö-Link is a subsidiary of the Finnlines Group, whose majority owner in turn is Italy's Grimaldi Group.
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