False alarms at Prøvestenen

Recently, false alarms have been set off at Prøvestenen, which have proven to be false alarms caused by a technical electrical fault. CMP of course takes all alarms very seriously and handles all alarms in the area as an alarm requiring an immediate response. Before it is possible to turn off the alarm, measures must be taken to ensure that it has not been triggered by a fire or another incident/unusual activity requiring immediate attention. Therefore it may also take some time before the alarm can be switched off. CMP is actively working hard to address this situation and we truly regret the inconvenience that this causes. We fully understand that this may cause concern, however we want to emphasise that this is a technical fault and we hope that this problem can be resolved very soon. Work is also underway to modernise the entire alarm system throughout the area.
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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.
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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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