News 2016

  • Bladderwrack seaweed

    Relocation to neighbouring site for bladderwrack seaweed at the Stockholm Norvik Port

    The bladderwrack seaweed growing in the area where the new Stockholm Norvik Port is emerging has found a new home. Rocks with established bladderwrack growth have been moved from Utterviken at the southern end of the port to a new area at northern Norvikudden, where the conditions are similar.

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  • Cruise vessel at the seawalk in Nynäshamn

    Almost half a million cruise passengers spend half a billion in Stockholm

    In October the cruise season concluded when the cruise ship AidaMar arrived in Stockholm. In total it was yet another good cruise season, with Stockholm retaining its popularity as a destination.

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  • Per Ling-Vannerus, Marcus Risberg, Stefan Hansson and Karin Wanngård

    Inauguration of new port in Stockholm

    Ports of Stockholm has expanded Stockholm by 85,000 square metres, and built a new pier and passenger terminal. Today the new Port of Värtahamnen and Värta Terminal were officially inaugurated.

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  • Stevedorer in Port of Kapellskär

    Belief in the future at Kapellskär

    A brand new 245 metre pier and almost twice as much port esplanade area with significantly updated solutions for logistics and safety. After three years of reconstruction Port of Kapellskär is a state-of-the-art port with the capacity to welcome the largest combined cargo and passenger-carrying vessels.

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  • Fem invigningstalare under ett regn av konfetti

    Historic construction start for the Stockholm Norvik Port

    The start of construction of the Stockholm Norvik Port and Norvik Logistics and Business Park was celebrated on 16th September. The ceremony was a well-attended and festive event for both commerce and the general public.

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  • Representatives from Port of Tallinn, Port of Helsinki, Ports of Stockholm and Port of Turku signing the agreement

    Four Baltic Sea ports signed a Memorandum of Understanding and set a common approach for the new on-shore power supply for vessels

    On September 9th, Port of Tallinn, Port of Helsinki, Ports of Stockholm and Port of Turku signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), where they set a common approach for the new on-shore power supply for vessels. The aim is to actively contribute to reducing negative effects on the environment.

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  • Visionsbild över Stockholm Norvik Hamn.

    Ground Breaking Ceremony for Stockholm Norvik Port

    It is finally time to put the shovel in the ground. The Groundbreaking Ceremony for Stockholm Norvik Port and Norvik Logistic Center and Business Park will take place on the 16th of September.

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  • Hutchison, HPH, visits Norvikudden outside Nynäshamn

    Stockholm strategically important for one of the world's biggest container operators

    Stockholm is one of Europe’s most rapidly growing capitals. This is also evident from the shipment of goods to the region. During the first five months of the year container transport increased by twelve percent at Ports of Stockholm.

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  • The seawalk in Port of Nynäshamn

    See how the seawalk works

    Ports of Stockholm is now equipped with a unique extendable pier for cruise vessels, a seawalk. See the new film about how it works!

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  • New pier in Kapellskär

    The new Port of Kapellskär pier is ready for the vessels of the future

    The Port of Kapellskär is being refurbished and developed to meet future demands. A new 245 metre-long pier has now been completed and is ready to handle the vessels and freight volumes of the future.

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  • Seawalk

    Unique pier construction for cruise ships is installed at Ports of Stockholm

    If the vessel can't go to the quay, the quay must go to the vessel. The Port of Nynäshamn is now equipped with a unique extendible/retractable pier that improves service and cruise capacity at Ports of Stockholm. It can disembark 3000 cruise passengers in less than thirty minutes.

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  • The future Stockholm Norvik Port

    The Supreme Court says YES to the construction of the Stockholm Norvik Port

    The planned freight port, the Stockholm Norvik Port, just north of Nynäshamn, is extremely important for the establishment of an efficient, eco-friendly supply of goods to the Stockholm region. In accordance with the Swedish Environmental Code, construction and operation of the port requires a legal ruling. Today the Swedish Supreme Court issued a positive ruling by deciding not to allow permission for an appeal to be heard. This means that construction of the port can begin during the year.

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  • Freight in Port of Kapellskär

    Freight volumes up six percent at the Port of Kapellskär

    The positive trend of increasing freight volumes has continued and during 2015 six percent more freight was transported via the Port of Kapellskär than in 2014.

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  • Image Port of Nynäshamn

    Port of Nynäshamn freight volumes rise 15 percent

    The 2015 end of year summary shows that the Port of Nynäshamn can again report impressive numbers and a steady increase in both freight handling and passenger numbers.

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  • Freight in Ports of Stockholm

    2015 was another good year for Ports of Stockholm

    Stable high freight volumes and a new record for international cruise passengers characterized the 2015 outcome for Ports of Stockholm.

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