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  • Stockholm sets new cruise passenger record

    The total tally for the season for the number of international cruise passengers visiting Stockholm reveals that the city has broken previous records as a destination. When the season ends at the beginning of October 450,000 international cruise passengers will have visited Stockholm and Nynäshamn, with a significant rise in the number of “turnarounds”.

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  • Keep track of cruise ships with a new app

    Ports of Stockholm has launched a new app, CruiseSthlm, to display all cruise vessels in port, as well as those inbound, by chart position and image.

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  • Johan Castwall becomes new CEO for Ports of Stockholm

    Johan Castwall, the current SISAB CEO, will take over as the new CEO at Ports of Stockholm.

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  • Stockholm and Trelleborg lead the way to a cleaner Baltic Sea region

    In the last few days it became known that the Clean Baltic Sea Shipping project is to receive funding of 2.2 million EUROs from the EU Baltic Sea Region Programme. The aim of the project is to limit environmentally hazardous emissions from shipping into the air and water in the Baltic Sea. Taking part on behalf of Sweden are the Port of Trelleborg and Ports of Stockholm.

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  • New owner of stevedoring operations at Ports of Stockholm

    Today saw the completion of the sale of the stevedoring company Stockholms Stuveri och Bemanning AB (Stuvab) to Logistikentreprenader Sverige AB.

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  • Gun Rudeberg appointed as Chairman of the ESPO Sustainable Development Committee

    The General Assembly formally appointed on 4 November Gun Rudeberg, Environmental Manager at the Ports of Stockholm, as Chairman of the ESPO Sustainable Development Committee. Mrs. Rudeberg succeeds Peter Barham in this function, who left the mandate following his departure from Associated British Ports earlier this year.

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