Doubled crane capacity in Northern Harbour

The capacity in Northern Harbour in Malmö is being expanded from one to two cranes, CMP’s large container crane will be accompanied by a mobile crane that is located alongside one of our quays.

The mobile crane, which takes 64 tonnes, has been moved from Swede Harbour in connection with the establishment of two completely new cranes there.

“Another crane at the container terminal will mean that we won’t just have increased capacity here in Malmö, it will pave the way for more and new types of business within more segments for this type of crane. We can also offer a direct service without needing external contractors, which will be even better for customers,” says Johan Ullenby, CEO of CMP Norra Hamnen AB.

The mobile crane can lift both containers and break bulk, regardless of which type of ship arrives in the port. Furthermore, the crane can be moved in the terminal, thereby creating great flexibility to the benefit of CMP’s customers. 

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