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A focal point in everything we do

CMP shall have a development that is environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. Constantly striving to develop as a sustainable port, CMP wishes to contribute to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read below or take a look into our yearly sustainability report to learn more about our actions.


CMP’s work on sustainable development is focused on noise pollution, emissions, waste, energy consumption and climate adaption, emphasizing a port and city in harmony. Through partnerships with actors in the maritime ecosystem, CMP has strong ambitions on making the blue industry greener.

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In the social perspective, we focus primarily on our employees and how we ensure that we have competent, healthy and prosperous colleagues who thrive at CMP.

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In the economic dimension of sustainability, we have identified our economic value creation, the indirect socioeconomic impact that arises from our activities.

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SDG 17

CEO Barbara Scheel Agersnap explains why forming partnerships is essential for a sustainable future.


In Malmö, we conduct the inspection of our quays from above, using a drone.

SDG 13

In Swede Harbour, Malmö, we have replaced diesel fuel with HVO as a way to reduce our impact on the environment. 

SDG 3 & 7

By exchanging the cars our employees use at our terminals for electric cars, we benefit both our employees work environment as well as the environment at large.


Learn how we create biodiversity and work proactively to avoid spills at Prøvestenen.

SDG 14

We have reduced the use of plastic in our canteen in Copenhagen with 25 per cent.

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