Blue Cruise call in Copenhagen
On Sunday we welcome M/S Hanseatic Inspiration to Copenhagen. It is a "blue cruise" call where the passengers do not disembark but visit the city from the seaside.
M/S Hanseatic Inspiration can carry up to 230 passengers and is 138 meters long and owned by the cruise line Hapag Lloyd. The vessel arrives from Kiel in Germany and will proceed to Marstrand in Sweden Sunday late afternoon.
The first cruise ships of the year call the port in Copenhagen
After a long, long wait, the first cruise ships of the season will arrive at our docks in Copenhagen this weekend. These are initially blue cruises, where passengers do not disembark but rather visit the city from the seaside. CMP has high expectations that cruise ship tourists soon will be allowed to visit the city again as part of the next phase of the gradual opening for travel activities.
The Annual Report for 2020 is now available on our website
CMP's annual meeting was held 2 June 2021. The website is now updated with the latest Annual Report.
TOMORROW FESTIVAL New festival initiative seizes the future
With TOMORROW FESTIVAL, Denmark gets a new and action-oriented festival filled with music, food, talks, and inspiration for a more sustainable everyday life. TOMORROW FESTIVAL will take place in Valbyparken's scenic areas in Copenhagen's South Harbor on 3 and 4 September 2021.
Full-Scale CO2 Capture Moves One Big Step Closer ARC
€120 million for a full-scale CO2 capture facility is now almost within reach. ARC’s and CMP’s joint project has gone ahead in the elimination race for funds from the EU’s Innovation Fund.
The capital city’s largest utility companies want to work together to capture 3 million tonnes of CO2 a year – but this requires political action now
With the C4 cluster, a number of major utility companies in the Copenhagen metropolitan area seek to make carbon capture a crucial element in the green transition in Denmark. CO2 reductions of around 3 million tonnes per year are possible, if the Danish Parliament shows the requisite political will.
COWI and Rambøll appointed as technical consultants for CMP’s development project in Ydre Nordhavn
COWI and Rambøll will become technical consultants for Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) in the upcoming development project in Ydre Nordhavn, Copenhagen.
Handling of building materials for intermodal logistics centre in Malmö Industrial Park
CMP has handled cargo consisting of 840.29 m³ of timber beams, which will be used in the construction of the Dutch company Westerman Multimodal Logistics’ new intermodal logistics centre.
38 housing modules unloaded in Malmö
Last week, the vessel UBC Sagunto called at the Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) terminal in Norra Hamnen, Malmö. The ship was loaded with housing modules, a type of cargo that CMP has extensive experience with.
CMP joins application to the EU for significant funding for CO2 capture project on Amager Bakke, which can contribute to making Copenhagen CO2 neutral by 2025
A facility for the capture of CO2 will reduce emissions from the ARC by 500,000 tonnes of CO2 annually and can thus significantly contribute to the City of Copenhagen’s goal of becoming the world’s first capital city in the world to become carbon-neutral. CMP will become a central party in distributing the captured CO2 to ships that sail the CO2 to storage in old oil fields in the North Sea.
Technical cruise call in Copenhagen
The cruise line NCL is calling Copenhagen for two days between Monday 21 of September and Wednesday 23 of September with the cruise ships Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Encore. The calls are so called technical calls, enable technical support and provisioning. There are no cruise passengers on board The crew will not disembark the ship and no crew changes will be made.