New plans for Norra Hamnen in Malmö

CMP is putting the RoRo operation together with the Container and Combi operations in Norra Hamnen (Northern Harbour), Malmö, in a subsidiary. In parallel with this, CMP is examining the possibilities of selling the company. Such a solution can provide CMP with a global actor with a large network as a stable partner in the port, which is expected to establish a strong platform for the future.

"This change strengthens CMP's role as an important hub for freight in the Baltic and onward into Europe. At the same time, we will be contributing to the development of Norra Hamnen as a whole, and retaining jobs in Malmö", says Johan Röstin, CEO of CMP.

The process of conversion into an independent subsidiary and adaptations to the organisation commenced during the spring. Johan Ullenby, former COO for the Port & Terminal Operations business area, was appointed CEO and manager of the new company from the start of May. Povl Dolleris Røjkjær Ungar has simultaneously been appointed COO of Port & Terminal Operations.
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