• Thomas Andersson and Johan Wallén in front of Stena Line´s vessel at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Welcome to Sweden's new cargo port!

    Ports of Stockholm’s brand new modern RoRo terminal is now inaugurated. Stockholm Norvik Port offers substantially greater capacity and growth opportunities for multiple shipping companies.


  • A corona safe plaque ceremony in front of Stena Line´s ferry

    Stockholm Norvik Port RoRo terminal opens with maiden call by Stena Line

    Ports of Stockholm has now opened the RoRo terminal at Sweden’s newest port. The shipping company Stena Line was the first to call at a Stockholm Norvik Port RoRo-berth. The port is a hub for the sustainable provision of goods due to its exceptional location in the Baltic Sea and its efficient connecting transport links.


  • The two RoRo quay berths at Stockholm Norvik Port

    The largest RoRo vessels can call at Stockholm Norvik

    The RoRo terminal at Stockholm Norvik Port has two quay-berths for RoRo ships. Both quay-berths are equipped with robust ramps with dimensions to fulfil the needs of the future, both in terms of size and capacity. There is space here to accommodate the very largest RoRo vessels.


  • The quay at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Safety first at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Safety had the highest priority during the construction of Stockholm Norvik Port, Ports of Stockholm’s new mega-port. Safety will also continue to be of paramount importance now that the port is in operation.


  • Technical Operations Manager Port of Kapellskär on the quay in front of the vessel Finnfellow

    EU awards funding to Kapellskär-Naantali Maritime Bridge environmental initiative

    Port of Kapellskär, together with Port of Naantali, has been granted EU funding to reduce, among other things, air pollutant emissions from shipping. The funding also augments the investments made by Ports of Stockholm to meet service demands of customers and future needs.


  • The RoRo building at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Energy efficient buildings completed at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Ports of Stockholm’s new premises for shipping companies and business partners are now ready for use at Stockholm Norvik Port. All of the buildings are energy efficient, with heating and cooling sourced from energy wells.


  • Aerial view of Port of Kapellskär

    Four new calls each week at Port of Kapellskär

    The position of Port of Kapellskär as one of Sweden’s most important freight ports was consolidated when DFDS introduced another vessel on the Kapellskär-Paldiski route. This means four new calls each week at the port.


  • Paving machine seen from above

    Last stone is laid at Stockholm Norvik Port

    The final area of paving is complete and Ports of Stockholm is preparing to open the final part, the RoRo terminal, of Stockholm Norvik Port. Sweden’s newest port now covers an area of 44 hectare.


  • Map of the inland waterway in the greater Stockholm region

    A unique and sustainable transport partnership – inland water ways in the Stockholm region

    Ports of Stockholm, Hutchison Ports Stockholm, Mälarhamnar and Wallenius Marine have built a unique partnership to launch inland shipping between Stockholm Norvik Port and the strategically positioned Mälarhamnar ports of Västerås and Köping.


  • Mein Schiff 1 och Stockholms Hamnar personal

    Two cruise ships on a “Scenic Cruise” to Stockholm

    On Monday 10th August the first two cruise ships of the season arrived at Ports of Stockholm. The vessels called at Stadsgården, Masthamnen and each remained at the quay for one hour. No passengers or crew disembarked.