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  • Due to the covid-19 outbreak

    Due to the covid-19 outbreak, Ports of Stockholm would like to issue the following information.

  • A huge crane lifts a ramp

    Giant ramps installed at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Huge future dimension- and capacity-proof ramps for rolling goods have been installed at Stockholm Norvik Port. The RoRo terminal at the port is scheduled to open this autumn and has been equipped to be able to handle the larger vessels of the future.

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  • Två kranar monterade vid kajkanten, och sex grensletruckar i förgrunden på hamnplan

    Super-post-Panamax cranes now in place at Stockholm Norvik Port

    The largest container cranes in the Baltic Sea are now in place at Sweden’s newest freight port. The cranes are a combination of the best technology from Asia and an intelligent system manufactured by the Swedish company ABB.

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  • Ports of Stockholm´s flag waving in the wind

    Ports of Stockholm halves port fees

    To ensure the continuous flow of shipping and the transport of goods between Sweden and its neighbouring countries, Ports of Stockholm has halved port fees for ferries at all three of the company’s ports.

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  • A car with Ports och Stockholm logotype - a vessel in the background

    Preparedness for coronavirus before the start of the cruise season at Ports of Stockholm

    The preparations for the cruise season this year also means making preparations in case a vessel is affected by coronavirus.

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  • Aerial photo of Port of Kapellskär

    Climate and environmental investment in the maritime bridge between Kapellskär and Naantali

    Ports of Stockholm has applied for an EU investment grant for a project that will meet customer demands and the needs of the future. It is also an environmental investment that would result in significantly lower emissions of carbon dioxide and air pollutants at the Port of Kapellskär.

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  • Onshore power supply facility and a vessel in the background

    Will cruise ships soon connect to onshore power in Stockholm?

    Ports of Stockholm has applied for EU grant funding for an environmental initiative that would result in significant reductions in carbon dioxide and other air pollutant emissions from the cruise ships in Stockholm.

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  • Stockholm Norvik Port 2020

    Inland shipping collaboration between Ports of Stockholm and Mälarhamnar

    Ports of Stockholm and Mälarhamnar have joined forces to facilitate sustainable transport and inland shipping between Stockholm Norvik Port and the strategically located Mälarhamnar ports in Västerås and Köping. The collaboration expands the offerings at the ports and will provide good preconditions for barge traffic, similar to that seen on European rivers.

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  • Vessel with straddle carriers at quay

    Straddle carriers arrive at Stockholm Norvik Port

    The first two straddle carriers have now been delivered to Stockholm Norvik Port, Sweden's new freight port. The carriers are 16 metres in height and are intended to operate autonomously within the next couple of years.

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  • Cruise vessel in Stockholm city

    Almost 290 cruise liners will call at Ports of Stockholm in 2020

    The 2020 cruise season is expected to be another record year in terms of passenger numbers for Ports of Stockholm. The season will see almost 290 cruise calls, with as many as 13 maiden visits.

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