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The newsletter from CMP is a digital media which, besides focusing on our own operations, deals with developments in politics and the business world that are of significance for the transport sector in general

The newsletter is a new digital media from CMP which, besides news about our port activities in Copenhagen and Malmø, also focuses on the world at large and the many decisions and events which have relevance in relation to the transport sector in Denmark and Sweden.

CMP is a vibrant and active operation, with many points of contact with the business world, authorities and customers, and in the Newsletter we address political developments in relation to trade and industry in general, and not least to our local area, the Öresund region.

The newsletter will be published regularly, about 10 times a year, and will fill a gap between our quarterly media, CMP News, and our web news at cmport.com

You can subscribe to the Newsletter via the link here

http://www.cmport.com/news-and-media/newsletters/newsletter-signup

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13 February 2019
As a port, it is of the utmost importance that we have knowledge of the condition of our quays as they are essential for running our operations. In the past few weeks, a diving team from MTE has dived all around our entire operations in Malmö to inspect the quays.
4 February 2019
In 2018, Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) took the initiative to draw up a report on the environmental impact of cruise ships on the immediate surroundings of Langelinie in Copenhagen.
1 February 2019
Freight handling in Northern Harbour has become more salty, at least temporarily.
17 January 2019
CMP is very likely to be affected by the lockouts announced by the Transport Workers’ Union today, since CMP in Malmö is one of the ports that has received strike alerts from the Dock Workers' Union.

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