• Nicklas Ebersson and Markus Johansson at the rail in Stockholm Norvik Port

    First step towards shuttle train services at the Stockholm Norvik Port

    Sweden’s new freight port, the Stockholm Norvik Port, opens in May next year. At the beginning of April Ports of Stockholm submitted shuttle route applications for the first shuttle train services to and from the new freight port.


  • Thomas Andersson in the Värta terminal in Stockholm

    Thomas Andersson becomes Ports of Stockholm Managing Director

    On 1st December Thomas Andersson will become the new Ports of Stockholm Managing Director. Johan Castwall, the incumbent Ports of Stockholm Managing Director, will become Executive Director of the City of Stockholm Development Administration, Exploateringskontoret, where he will work with the development of the city over a broader perspective.


  • Member of the development project and port employee hand in hand

    Premier of the final film about the Kapellskär development project

    The Port of Kapellskär was modernised in a project that ran from 2013 to 2016. Now you can watch the third and final part of the film trilogy about the project.


  • Container truck in action at the Container Teminal Frihamnen

    New fuel reduces emissions

    Ports of Stockholm has switched fuel use for all trucks in all ports. The new fuel means that the company’s fossil fuel-generated carbon emissions will be at least twenty-five percent less.


  • Picture from the prize ceremony

    Commendation for the new Värta Terminal

    The new Ports of Stockholm Värta Terminal received an Honourable Mention commendation when the Swedish Institute of Steel Construction 2017 Prize was awarded.


  • Night wiew of Värtahamnen port

    New architectural prize nomination for the Värta Terminal

    The new Värta Terminal at the Värtahamnen port has been nominated for another prestigious award - the Swedish Transport Administration´s 2017 architectural prize.


  • Blasting expert Jim Jonsson with colleagues at the construction site.

    The Norvik heroes building the new freight port

    They detonate blast charges from boats and keep an eye on themselves and each other. In a few years they will have built the long-awaited freight port. The Stockholm Norvik Port will open in 2020.


  • Viking Lines LNG-fartyg Viking Grace lägger ut från Stadsgården

    EU funding for Finnish-Swedish EU project

    Ports of Stockholm, together with the Port of Turku, the Port of Mariehamn and Viking Line, have been granted EU funding up to a maximum of EUR 12.7 million from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme for the joint EU NextGen Link Project.


  • The photovoltaic system on the roof of the Banankompaniet building at the Frihamnen port.

    Ports of Stockholm commits to even more photovoltaic systems as taxation drops

    On the same day that the tax for solar energy becomes almost negligible, Ports of Stockholm is renewing its commitment to photovoltaic systems by bringing a brand new system into operation at the Frihamnen port.


  • Confetti rain over five people who inaugurate Port of Kapellskär

    New inauguration of the Port of Kapellskär - five modern quay-berths and a larger port area

    The Port of Kapellskär is one of Sweden’s most important freight ports and is crucial for trade with Finland, Åland and the Baltic States. With a new pier, larger logistics area and modernised port facilities, the port is now ready to welcome the vessels of the future.