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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Member of the development project and port employee hand in hand

    Premier of the final film about the Kapellskär development project

    The Port of Kapellskär was modernised in a project that ran from 2013 to 2016. Now you can watch the third and final part of the film trilogy about the project.

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  • Container truck in action at the Container Teminal Frihamnen

    New fuel reduces emissions

    Ports of Stockholm has switched fuel use for all trucks in all ports. The new fuel means that the company’s fossil fuel-generated carbon emissions will be at least twenty-five percent less.

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  • Picture from the prize ceremony

    Commendation for the new Värta Terminal

    The new Ports of Stockholm Värta Terminal received an Honourable Mention commendation when the Swedish Institute of Steel Construction 2017 Prize was awarded.

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  • Night wiew of Värtahamnen port

    New architectural prize nomination for the Värta Terminal

    The new Värta Terminal at the Värtahamnen port has been nominated for another prestigious award - the Swedish Transport Administration´s 2017 architectural prize.

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  • Truck that just rolled off a RoRo vessel at Port of Kapellskär Kapellskärs hamn

    Substantial rise in freight volumes at Ports of Stockholm

    All Ports of Stockholm freight segments increased during the first three quarters of the year in comparison to the same period of 2016. More and more goods are being transported by sea, directly to the growing Stockholm region.

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  • Per Axelsson, Deputy Operation Manager Nynäshamn. Anders Sjöblom, Operation Manager Stena Line. Markus Johansson, Operation Manager Nynäshamn. In front of the vessel Elisabeth Russ at Port of Nynäshamn.

    Ports of Stockholm welcomes the new Stena Line service between the Port of Nynäshamn - Gdynia

    The 17th of October was the inaugural day for the new Stena Line service between the Port of Nynäshamn and Gdynia. Ports of Stockholm welcomes this service that will enable more goods to be transported by sea directly to the growing Stockholm region.

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  • Henrik Widerståhl (Stockholms Hamnar), Bob Page (Hutchison Ports), Torbjörn Persson (Stockholms Hamnar) och Fredrik Hermansson (Greencarrier) minglar i Göteborg

    Ports of Stockholm and Hutchison Ports mingle with container friends

    Interest was greater than ever when Ports of Stockholm and Hutchison Ports had their annual customer meeting. The opening of Stockholm Norvik Port is approaching and the first vessel arrives in 2020.

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  • Aerial photo of the Värtahamnen port with the Frihamnen port in the background

    Record cruise passenger numbers at Ports of Stockholm

    The 2017 cruise season at Ports of Stockholm has set a new record, with total passenger numbers reaching 600 000. These passengers spend more than SEK 0.5 billion in the Stockholm region.

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