Phasing out natural gas in favour of biogas - up 70 per cent less CO₂ emissions
CMP established has a clear target of being climate neutral in our own operations by 2025. An integral part of this work is our transition from natural gas to biogas for the heating of CMP’s properties in Malmö. The decision to phase out natural gas was made near the end of 2020 and the shift was accomplished in the beginning of last year.
The goal – a fossil-free vehicle fleet and machine park
One significantly important part of the efforts to achieve CMP’s climate goal of carbon neutrality by 2025 is the replacement of diesel-powered cars and staff buses at the terminals with electric powered vehicles, and the shift of fuel from fossil diesel to HVO in machines and cranes.
Negative response received from the EU Innovation Fund regarding the ARC and CMP application for support for carbon capture
ARC and Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) have just received a negative response from the EU Innovation Fund to its application for financial support for its carbon capture project. 138 projects applied for funding from the €1.5 billion pool, and unfortunately the carbon capture project in the Capital Region of Denmark was not among those selected.
We are looking for Marketing Promoters to Copenhagen
We are looking for staff to greet the many cruise tourists that comes through our ports every day and inform them about Cruise City, a brand-new APP.
The Annual Report for 2021 is now available on our website
CMP's annual meeting was held 1 June 2022. The website is now updated with the latest Annual Report, which can be found here. CMP's Sustainability Report is included in the Annual Report on pages 24-53.
New app helps cruise tourists navigate Copenhagen
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) introduces Cruise City – the only free interactive app specifically catering to the needs of cruise guests exploring Copenhagen
CMP takes measures for sustainable cruise calls
After two years in which the corona pandemic has negatively impacted tourism in Copenhagen, a normalisation is in sight this year. This applies to cruises as well, where the season this year looks set to once again be able to welcome many visitors to Copenhagen.
Copenhagen’s first turn-around call of the year
Today we welcome Enchanted Princess, from the cruise line Princess Cruises, as the first turn-around call of the year to Copenhagen.
New container terminal in Copenhagen
By & Havn’s advisors are preparing materials for distribution in the prequalification phase with the goal of locating suitable candidates for a design and build contract at the future container terminal in the port in Copenhagen. The task will be sent out at the end of March 2022 the prequalification phase, and the container terminal is expected to be completed by the end of 2024.
Shipping and Sweden’s Core Ports must have higher governmental prioritisation
More than half of all Swedish imports and exports are via Sweden’s Core Ports. This makes the Core Ports the most important ports for Swedish commerce. Despite this, the national status of the Core Ports and how such status is differentiated in the planning of Sweden’s infrastructure is unclear.
CMP: A new CCS strategy clarifies the role of ports in CO2-capture
This Tuesday, a broad political majority reached an agreement that will seriously boost carbon capture on Danish soil as a vitally important tool to achieve the national greenhouse gas emissions target of a 70% reduction by 2030.
ARC and CMP continue to have high ambitions for carbon capture at Amager Bakke, despite rejection from the EU
The EU Innovation Fund has recently identified the projects that will receive a part of €1 billion which will be handed out to innovative projects within the green transition. In a strong field, the application filed by ARC and CMP for financial support for CO2 capture at Amager Bakke has not received a share of the funds to be granted. The project received praise along the way, which is why ARC a