New plans reg. Norra Hamnen in Malmö

CMP is proceeding with our ambitious plans to further strengthen Norra Hamnen in Malmö as a logistics center by combining the RoRo operation with the Container and Combi operations in a subsidiary. Furthermore, CMP will evaluate the potential sale of the new subsidiary. If sold,  CMP gets a strong, global and stable partner in the port with a great network, which will create a very  good platform for the future.


- This change strengthens CMP's role as a major hub for transports in the Baltic Sea and in Europe. At the same time, we contribute to the the development of Norra Hamnen while retaining jobs in Malmö, says Johan Röstin, CEO of Copenhagen Malmö Port AB.


From May 1,  Johan Ullenby, former head of Port & Terminal Operations, will be responsible for the process of incorporation. Johan Ullenby will also be appointed CEO of the new subsidiary in case of an establishment. Povl Dolleris Røjkjær Ungar is appointed Head of Port & Terminal Operations from May 1.

Latest news
11 November 2019
On Monday, Minister for Transport Benny Engelbrecht visited the Port of Copenhagen for a meeting with Danish Ports and Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP). The main topics for discussion were the Danish Ports Act and the green transition, and the Minister was also given a tour of the port.
30 October 2019
Malmö Industrial Park will be at Logistics & Transport – the Nordic region’s leading trade fair for everybody working with freight flows – in 2019 too. Malmö City and CMP will occupy a joint stand to show why Sweden’s best logistics location is in Malmö.
28 October 2019
Now that the cruise season can be summarised, it can be revealed that CMP is continuing to break records. This year’s contender is Visby, where the number of arrivals increased by 40 per cent. At the same time, Copenhagen is consolidating its position as Northern Europe’s major destination.
9 October 2019
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) and DFDS have reached an agreement to establish a shore power facility in Copenhagen, which means that the Crown Seaways and Pearl Seaways vessels will be able to receive electricity from land. Shore power facility reduce emissions of air contaminated particles such as NOx, SOx and particulate matter, which goes hand in hand with the ambitions of both CMP and DFDS to actively contribute to a greener Copenhagen.

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