Oil Port in Malmö receives its largest visitor to date

On Monday 4 July the Dalmacija sailed into Malmö’s Oil Port. Weighing in at 100,000 tonnes (dwt), 244 metres long and 42 metres wide, it was the largest vessel to visit the Oil Port to date.

The Malta-flagged ship arrived from Sundsvall, where it had been loaded with 55,000 tonnes of oil. In Malmö a further 26,000 tonnes of oil where taken on board the Dalmacija before she set off for Immingham in England.

“The arrival of this ship was a challenge for the port and an honour for the agent, Maersk Broker Agency,” Søren Balken, Marketing Coordinator at CMP, says. “We have widened the channel into the Oil Port to be able to receive ships of this size.”

The Dalmacija has a draught of 12.5 metres and the Oil Port has capacity for one more metre.

“It was wonderful to be able to receive such a large vessel – another feather in our cap,” Christina Grundström, Ship Agent at Maersk Broker Agency, says.

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