We are open

Our terminals in both Denmark and Sweden are open despite the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak, with the exception of the cruise terminals in Copenhagen. Denmark's borders are closed to passenger traffic; we cannot therefore receive any cruise passengers in Copenhagen until earliest 1st of June.

Although the other terminals are completely open, we are trying to plan our operations so as to minimise any potential risk of infection, which may mean that the operational flow changes a little – all to ensure we look after our customers, partners and employees.

However, we are finding a great deal of understanding from our customers and partners and for this we would like to thank you very much, because we are all helping to make everything work.
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20 May 2020
Our terminals in both Denmark and Sweden are open despite the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak, with the exception of the cruise terminals in Copenhagen.
12 May 2020
May 13th we are testing alarmsirens
29 April 2020
Recently, false alarms have been set off at Prøvestenen, which have proven to be false alarms caused by a technical electrical fault.
12 March 2020
CMP is of course doing everything we can to keep all terminals open and ensure a continuous freight flow. We are in an unpredictable situation where we do not know the final extent or consequences, but where we continuously follow the recommendations and requirements of the authorities.

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