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  • The heart of the port - the port and traffic control

    The port security team

    Following the terror attacks in the USA on 11 September 2001 security measures have changed at all of the world's ports. The same is true for Ports of Stockholm. More intensive collaboration between different port departments has increased safety and security for the commercial services operating from the ports and for passengers.

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  • Vatten-Mats in action at the quay by a cruise vessel

    Among hosepipes and couplings

    It is no coincidence that he is known as Mats-the water guy. The tools of his trade are hoses, nozzles and flow meters and during the working day Mats Andersson empties thousands of litres of waste water from cruise ships.

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  • Britannia

    Largest vessel ever to call at Stockholm

    On Friday 5 June 2015 the cruise ship Britannia headed to Stadsgården. With her length of 330 meters she is the largest vessel ever to have called at Port of Stockholm.

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  • Photo prize award session

    Ports of Stockholm comes second in the top social media ports in the world

    On 4 June Ports of Stockholm was awarded second prize by the international organisation IAPH, International Association of Ports and Harbors for its work with social media. This is the second year running that Ports of Stockholm has been awarded second place in the IAPH competition.

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  • Image on Container Terminal Frihamnen

    Green Cargo increases capacity at Frihamnen by 50 percent

    The continuously increasing container volumes at the Container Terminal Frihamnen have prompted Green Cargo to expand its railway transport capacity by 50 percent.

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  • Image of Wawel

    Polferries increases freight capacity via Ports of Stockholm

    Polferries has introduced a larger vessel into service to and from Ports of Stockholm to meet the increasing customer demand for cargo capacity to and from the growing Stockholm region.

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  • Rör vid kajen som tar emot avloppsvatten.

    Ports of Stockholm is working to make the Baltic Sea environment better

    Ports of Stockholm is one of the world's leading ports at caring for the environment. There are capabilities to manage practically all waste. Seven out of ten cruise ships offload their waste water in port, while many others purify this themselves aboard the vessel.

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  • Finnlink's vessel at Port of Kapellskär

    FinnLink increases services via Ports of Stockholm

    To meet customer demand FinnLink will operate more services to and from Ports of Stockholm over the summer season.

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  • Cruiseship at Stadsgården

    Record number of cruise passengers expected in Stockholm

    The 2015 cruise season begins on Thursday 30 April with the arrival of the cruise liner the Costa Pacifica. During the season it is expected that 500 000 cruise passengers will visit Stockholm and will spend SEK 0.5 billion.

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  • Aerial photo of the Container Terminal Frihamnen

    Successful cooperation with HPH

    Container volumes at the Container Terminal Frihamnen, CTF, are continuing to increase, and in 2014 exceeded 50 000 TEUs.

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