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In August CMP was visited by three guests from Port of Hebei in China. Over a period of one week, they were on ”work experience” in Copenhagen and Malmö. The background to this is the exchange that has been established between the…
 
CMP has increased the depth of water in the container port in Copenhagen by a further half metre – from 9.5 metres to 10 metres.   ”Half a metre might not sound like much”, says Jacob Fogh, terminal manager within CMP.…
 
A new record was set during this year’s cruise season when the six millionth cruise passenger visited Copenhagen and CMP. The city is currently Northern Europe’s largest and most popular cruise destination. During 2013 CMP will receive…
 
CMP has completed a further 45,000 square metres of terminal space for car handling operations in Malmö. It is the automotive distribution company Autolink which needs more capacity in order to meet the greater demand in the market. The new…
 
The noise levels in CMP’s environmental permit in Malmö have now been established. Following supplementary investigations and measurements, the County Administrative Board in Skåne has arrived at a decision. CMP welcomes the fact…
 
Malmö City is investing SEK 260 million in a continued expansion of Northern Harbour. The investment is being made with a view to forthcoming industrial establishments. ”This is a very positive decision for us and our customers”,…
 
During the autumn CMP has produced a new, updated vision brochure in which we take a look around our operation. The overview extends until 2030 and describes how we intend to develop along with our clients and business partners, which investments…
 
Prøvestenen is the hub which supplies a large proportion of Copenhagen with oil- and dry bulk products. The dry bulk operation is now expanding. The Dansk Natursten company has already expanded its activities and moved into a larger new…

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