Push Mail – a service for CMP’s cruise passengers

Enter your mobile phone number or e-mail address on CMP’s website and receive a text message or e-mail one day before your ship arrives. Easy and convenient.

Copenhagen is well into its busiest cruise season ever, and CMP is once again offering passengers who will begin their journey in Copenhagen to order a Push Mail and receive information about when their ship is due to arrive and where in the harbour it will dock.

“A cruise should be a relaxing and carefree experience. That’s why we want to make it easy for passengers to find out where their ship will be and when it will arrive. The message is dispatched 24 hours before the ETA (estimated time of arrival), providing a service that is much appreciated by our passengers,” Arnt Møller Pedersen, General Manager Cruise at CMP, says.

“All our partners – taxi companies, coach operators and other suppliers – also benefit from receiving accurate information about when the ships will arrive. Currently cruise ships call at three locations in Copenhagen – Frihavnen, Langelinie and Nordre Toldbod – so we need to ensure that everyone knows where in the harbour they need to go.”

For the Push Mail service, go to Ships in port and Push Mail on the website, http://www.cmport.com
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