• The container vessel Heluan entering Frihamnen port

    Steep rise in container volumes at Ports of Stockholm

    Following the record 37 percent increase last year, container freight is continuing to climb steeply. Customers want their goods to be transported by sea, directly to the growing Stockholm region.


  • Viking Grace is fuelled with LNG

    New LNG website

    A new website focusing on LNG as a vessel fuel has been launched. The website has been developed by the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) network.


  • Ain Kaljurand, vd för Tallinns hamn, och Johan Castwall, vd för Stockholms Hamnar, skakar hand.

    Joint Baltic Sea collaboration between Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Tallinn

    Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Tallinn signed an important agreement to work together to improve the environment in the Baltic Sea. The two ports will jointly focus on the provision of future fuels, the management of ship-generated waste and the supply of electricity to vessels in port.


  • Cruise ship calling to central Stockholm

    Start of the cruise season at Ports of Stockholm

    The first cruise ship of the season arrived on 29 April. This year 274 international cruise ships are expected to call, bringing around 470,000 passengers to Ports of Stockholm.


  • Container vessel unloading in the Container Terminal Frihamnen

    More freight is transported via Ports of Stockholm

    The first quarter summary shows positive development for freight transported by ferry and by container. In terms of tonnage, Ports of Stockholm is the third largest freight port in Sweden.


  • 2013 was a very good year for Ports of Stockholm

    Results in the passenger and freight business areas in 2013 have been good for Ports of Stockholm. The year has seen new records set for both cruise passenger numbers and for container handling. Ports of Stockholm is Sweden's largest passenger port and Sweden's third largest freight port.


  • Ferry passengers mean SEK 5000 million for Stockholm

    The ferry passengers who travel via Ports of Stockholm's ports fill seven full hotels in the Stockholm region, every day of the year. While they are in Stockholm they spend SEK 3000 per person, which adds up to SEK 5000 million over the year. The ferry passengers contribute 20 percent of total Stockholm tourism consumer spending in the county.


  • Record volumes at Ports of Stockholm's container terminal

    Ports of Stockholm's container business continues to do well, with volumes rising steeply during the year. So much so that a new record was set in November 2013 for the number of containers handled at the terminal, 45 000.


  • Ports of Stockholm included in expert group for sustainable shipping

    Gun Rudeberg, Company Lawyer and Legal and Social Director at Ports of Stockholm, has been appointed to represent the Baltic Ports Organisation (BPO) in the European Commission's new expert group for sustainable shipping, the European Sustainable Shipping Forum (ESSF).


  • Golden time for Kapellskär

    After many years of preparation, Ports of Stockholm has now begun construction work to renew the Port of Kapellskär. When the project is completed in 2016 the port will have five quay-berths and will be well equipped to meet the needs of the future.