• Thomas Andersson in the Värta terminal in Stockholm

    Thomas Andersson becomes Ports of Stockholm Managing Director

    On 1st December Thomas Andersson will become the new Ports of Stockholm Managing Director. Johan Castwall, the incumbent Ports of Stockholm Managing Director, will become Executive Director of the City of Stockholm Development Administration, Exploateringskontoret, where he will work with the development of the city over a broader perspective.


  • Cruiseship by Stadsgården

    More popular than ever – cruise passengers love Stockholm

    The number of cruise passengers travelling via Ports of Stockholm is continually rising, and has set a new record again this year. During the cruise season 268 vessels called at Ports of Stockholm, with a maiden cruise call this year at the Port of Kapellskär.


  • Two men doing high five on the pier in Port of Kapellskär

    Business is booming at Ports of Stockholm

    The first eight months of 2018 have been fantastic for Ports of Stockholm. Freighted goods transported via Nynäshamn have increased by 15 percent and freight volumes to and from Poland have risen by as much as 60 percent.


  • MSC Meraviglia at sea

    Cruise ship test call at the Port of Kapellskär

    More and more cruise passengers are travelling via Ports of Stockholm, and the Port of Kapellskär will now be trialled for international cruise calls.


  • Five lorries peaking out of Finnswan

    Further capacity increase at Port of Kapellskär

    On Tuesday 8 May the Finnlines vessel Finnswan called for the first time at the new, modern pier at the Port of Kapellskär. This will increase the freight capacity by almost 30 percent on the Kapellskär – Naantali route.


  • Gigantic supporting casement walls being moved into place on the sea bed

    Halfway stage in the construction of Sweden’s new freight port

    The Stockholm Norvik Port will open in 2020. The halfway stage has been reached and there is an incredible amount of activity at the construction site, where buildings, bridges and quays are emerging, while the route for the railway track is simultaneously being prepared.


  • Cruise vessel at the seawalk in Port of Nynäshamn

    Finally cruise season begins in Stockholm!

    The arrival of the AIDAdiva the last weekend in April marks the start of the 2018 cruise season at Ports of Stockholm. Stockholm is a popular destination and a record number of passengers are expected during the season, bringing a huge boost for the tourist industry, which is one of the fastest growing revenue sources in Sweden.


  • MS Nordlink

    Increased capacity on the Kapellskär-Naantali route

    Finnlines will introduce a larger vessel, the MS Finnswan, on the route between Kapellskär and Naantali at the end of April.


  • Johan Wallén and Stefan Scheja doing i jump in front of one of Tallink Silja´s vessels

    Marketing reinforcements at Ports of Stockholm

    Ports of Stockholm is experiencing an expansive growth phase and is recruiting new Sales and Marketing personnel. In 2018 two new members will join the team, and a further position is also available.


  • Diagram of amount of passengers 2015-2017

    12 million passengers = Sweden’s biggest passenger port

    During 2017 just over 12 million passengers took the sea route to and from the Stockholm region. This makes Ports of Stockholm one of the biggest passenger ports in Europe. These voyagers annually spend more than five billion SEK in the Stockholm region, and contribute greatly to the rapidly growing tourist industry in Sweden.


  • Diagram of freight volumes 2015-2017

    Boom year and record freight volumes for Ports of Stockholm

    The Stockholm region is growing, and increased freight volumes are concomitantly passing through Ports of Stockholm. In summary, 2017 was a record year for both RoRo and container freight.