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  • Aerial view of central Stockholm

    Stockholm is leading Europe's climate transition

    Stockholm aims to lead the world in reducing emissions. Now Stockholm has become one of the first EU cities to have its climate plan approved by the European Commission, and Ports of Stockholm is one of the Climate City Contract signatory companies.


  • Image of Finnsirius and the automooring

    Port of Kapellskär has Sweden’s first suction mooring

    Port of Kapellskär has welcomed the new Finnlines vessel with brand new technology. The port now offers automooring using vacuum pads, as well as next generation onshore power connections. This makes mooring more efficient and improves the sustainability.


  • Finnsirius arrives at Port of Kapellskär. Tug boat welcomes her with a water salute.

    Maiden call of new Finnlines vessel M/S Finnsirius at Port of Kapellskär

    Shipping company Finnlines is making a major investment, introducing two brand new vessels on the Kapellskär – Långnäs – Naantali route. On 15 September the first vessel, M/S Finnsirius, made her maiden call at Port of Kapellskär and was welcomed with a celebratory water salute.


  • The container cranes with name signs

    Container cranes at Stockholm Norvik Port get regal names

    Earlier in the year, Stockholm Norvik Port was officially inaugurated by Swedish Royalty and the port's two container cranes were given the names Estelle and Oscar. Now the nameplates have been installed on these 120-meter tall cranes.


  • Solar cells at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Ports of Stockholm increases solar electricity production by 55 percent

    Ports of Stockholm is building six new rooftop solar cell systems that will increase the company's own solar electricity production by 55 percent. This is fully aligned with the company’s and the City of Stockholm’s goals and strategies.


  • The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding

    Ports of Stockholm and Port of Riga sign Memorandum of Understanding to apply for joint EU funding

    A newly signed Memorandum of Understanding between Ports of Stockholm, the Freeport of Riga Authority and Riga Ropax Terminal is the driving force behind a joint application for EU funding to reduce the impact of port activities on the environment and climate in the areas surrounding the passenger terminals in the capital cities. The aim is to build a sustainable foundation for the future reintroduction of the important maritime transport route between the neighbouring countries and to ensure climate neutrality.


  • Stockholm Norvik Hamn / Stockholm Norvik Port

    Stockholm Norvik Port as CCS node to meet national climate goals – Feasibility Study starts now

    This May, the Swedish Energy Agency granted funding for a Feasibility Study for establishing, together with leading actors in the CCS segment, a logistics node for captured carbon dioxide at Stockholm Norvik Port. The long-term goals are to increase the possibilities for emission reduction and the negative emissions by establishing a regional, sustainable and cost-efficient infrastructure for carbon dioxide capture, interim storage and transportation in eastern Sweden. The solution for transportation and handling between the producing facilities and the end capture sites would be a major contributor to Sweden achieving its environmental goals.


  • Anna Kinberg Batra, Jens Holm and Magdalena Bosson

    Stockholm Norvik Port as a hub and powerbank for sustainable transport of the future

    How can Sweden’s most modern freight port be a strategic hub and partner for more sustainable transport of goods? This question was discussed when the County Administrative Board of Stockholm and Ports of Stockholm brought together industrial, municipal and regulatory agency representatives for a roundtable discussion at Stockholm Norvik Port.


  • Royals cutting the ribbon at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Official inauguration of Stockholm Norvik Port by HM The King and HRH The Crown Princess

    Sweden's newest major freight port, Stockholm Norvik, opened for business in 2020. Now it is officially inaugurated by His Majesty The King and Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess.


  • Housing modules on vessel

    More housing modules take the smart sea-route direct to Stockholm

    COSCO´s Tian Zhen vessel is bringing another oversize project load directly to Frihamnen Port in Stockholm. The load consists of housing modules for use in building projects in the Stockholm region. Transporting goods by sea directly to the final destination has major sustainability, efficiency and cost benefits.