News

  • Strong increase of container volumes

    In the first nine months, container volumes at the container terminal, Ports of Stockholm increased by ten percent compared to last year.

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  • Container shipping company MSC becomes new Ports of Stockholm customer

    To meet increasing transport needs and demands for efficiency, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, one of the world's largest container companies, is introducing services to Ports of Stockholm.

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  • Ports of Stockholm commits to LNG

    Ports of Stockholm signed a partnership agreement in mid June, together with seven other ports around the Baltic Sea, to offer LNG/Liquid Natural Gas.

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  • Stena Line becomes new Ports of Stockholm customer

    Stena Line is taking over operation of Scandlines sailings between Nynäshamn and Ventspils.

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  • Growth in freight volumes for Ports of Stockholm

    In 2011 the volume of rolling freight (RoRo traffic) increased by four percent. Over the same period container freight volumes increased by five percent.

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  • New passenger record for Ports of Stockholm

    Passengers numbers for travel via Ports of Stockholm’s ports of Stockholm, Kapellskär and Nynäshamn in 2011 reached 12 334 000, which means a new record for the fourth year in a row.

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  • SCA Transforest opens weekly route between Rotterdam and Stockholm

    The freight shipping company SCA Transforest is expanding its operations in Stockholm with one vessel, in collaboration with the Russian shipping company Delta Shipping Lines.

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  • Joint Baltic Sea collaboration between Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Turku

    Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Turku 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 black and grey water and the supply of electricity to vessels in port.

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  • Ports of Stockholm wins international award

    At a ceremony in Brussels on Wednesday evening Ports of Stockholm's Deputy Managing Director Henrik Widerståhl accepted the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) prize for the best port in the areas of social responsibility and sustainable development.

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  • EU chooses Ports of Stockholm

    The EU Commission has proposed that Ports of Stockholm should become one of the specially designated ports in the European TEN network, otherwise known as a CORE port. This would mean that Ports of Stockholm would be one of only a few ports in Europe with an especially prioritised position as a European gateway for the flow of transport.

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