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. A shore power facility will 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.
CMP can confirm that a workplace accident occurred on Friday, October 4, at the container terminal in Copenhagen. An employee was seriously injured. Despite extensive treatment at the hospital, the employee passed away on Sunday evening, due to severe injuries.
The City of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Malmö Port and By & Havn have partnered to get more green solutions in the Port of Copenhagen and limit emissions from cruise ships. The first step is the design of a land-based power plant in Nordhavn.
With Containerships now starting its new service, Scan Baltic 1, Copenhagen Malmö Port, CMP, will be an important port for import and export to and from Sweden and Europe. The first container ship arrived at Northern Harbour in Malmö yesterday.
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) enjoyed a strong year in 2018. Turnover increased by approx. eight percent from SEK 839 million to SEK 908 million. The cruise segment once again broke records and contributed strongly to the increased turnover, partly due to the newly opened cruise quay in Visby.

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