Understanding authorization cards

You need an authorization card to clearly show that you are authorized to be in a port facility. Your card is encoded with the information that Ports of Stockholm needs to be able to identify who you are and that you are allowed to be in or at the port facility.

You need an access card to be able to open doors and gates. The appearance of these cards can differ depending on who you are and where you need to go.

Example of what an access card can look likeA letter code provides access only to the port facility or facilities indicated by the code, within the area indicated by the port colour code.

No letter code means that access is authorized for all of the port facilities within the area that the colour code indicates.

Colour codes

Green Green - Loudden

Pink Pink - Cruise area (FBA, FLA, FKT, NNC, NYB, SKN, SMA, SME, SVI, VSÖ)

Dark blue Dark blue - Ferry area (FTE, SBI, SVI, VHA)

Purple Purple - Container area

Orange Orange - Kapellskär

Grey Grey - Nynäshamn (NNO, NNC)

Brown Brown - Hammarby locks

Light blue Light blue - All port areas

Letter codes

FBA - Frihamnen 650
FLA - Frihamnen 634
FKT - Frihamnen 638
NYB - Nybrokajen
SKN - Skeppsbron 105-107
SMA - Stadsgården 167
NNC - Nynäshamn Cruise
NNO - Nynäshamn
SME - Stadsgården 160
SVI - Viking terminal
VSÖ - Värtan 521-523
FTE - Frihamnen terminal
SBI - Birka terminal
VHA - Värtahamnen (former VSI)