News • Jan 10, 2019 08:54 CET
CMP is increasingly investing in fossil-free solutions, most recently in electric or biogas powered cars – for both the liquid and dry bulk operations. It is the operations managers’ vans that are now becoming more environmentally friendly. But that’s just the beginning.
News • Dec 21, 2018 15:54 CET
Christmas and New Year is attracting cruise passengers to Copenhagen this year too, with CMP setting a new record of nine arrivals. As always, it is the Christmas markets in and around Copenhagen that the visitors want to experience.
News • Dec 19, 2018 12:55 CET
Ships call at Malmö every week with containers of refuse-derived fuel, known as RDF. The containers are unloaded at CMP for onward transport to Sysav’s waste-to-energy plant, where the waste is converted into electricity and heat. The operation got underway earlier this year and is based on import of refuse-derived fuel from England.
News • Oct 29, 2018 12:56 CET
The cruise season concluded in Visby on 18 October. The ship Marco Polo put out from the new terminal at about 4.00 pm for its journey onward to Klaipeda in Lithuania. Visby has received 75 cruise arrivals and about 75,000 passengers during 2018, which is a substantial increase compared with last year.
News • Sep 03, 2018 12:57 CEST
Last week, two large structural elements from one of the cranes at Amager Power Station was delivered to CMP in Copenhagen. Crane 10 at the Amager Power Station is to be dismantled and scrapped, a task undertaken by the CMP Logistics Department.
News • May 29, 2018 14:59 CEST
CMP now offers bunkering of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). First off was the vessel Ireland, which unloaded cement in Malmö. In connection with this she was provided with LNG via tanker lorries. It's about bunkering where safety requirements are extra tough.
News • Apr 11, 2018 11:01 CEST
It will soon be the premiere for cruises in Visby, the first call is on April 16. CMP’s terminal is offically inaugurated at the end of April, with two cruise ships arriving on that day with about 2,600 passengers. There will be a total of about 90 arrivals during the season.
News • Apr 04, 2018 10:02 CEST
Neptunes is the project that is getting to grips with the noise issue. CMP and a number of other ports are behind the collaboration. The aim is to produce a standard for measurement and classification from which the entire industry can benefit – and which will reduce noise in the long-term!