• CEO Ports of Stockholm Thomas Andersson together with UN Sustainable Development Goals

    Nordic ports unite in UN Sustainable Development Goals collaboration

    Ports of Stockholm has signed a declaration, together with nine other Nordic ports, to work together on the environmental challenges related to the UN sustainability goals.


  • Container truck at the container terminal

    Seven percent rise in container volumes at Ports of Stockholm

    Container traffic is continuing to increase at Ports of Stockholm. This is good news in the lead up to the opening of Sweden's new mega-port, the Stockholm Norvik Port.


  • The exterior of the new cargo building

    New state-of-the-art building and improved operative area for Stockholm’s important RoRo traffic

    Ports of Stockholm and Viking Line have jointly invested in a new cargo expedition building for Viking Line's cargo traffic. This will enable more efficient cargo management, facilitate the forwarding of rolling goods, and will make things easier for haulage vehicle drivers.


  • Stockholm Norvik Port 2020

    The Stockholm Norvik Port now has its UN location codes

    Sweden's newest port has been assigned its transport location codes. This is a milestone for the Stockholm Norvik Port and confirms that the construction of the port is on time and on budget.


  • Den quay at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Almost ashore

    The final pieces of the puzzle are slotting into place for the new Stockholm Norvik Port to be able to welcome the first vessel in May 2020. The quays are to all intents finalised, as are the ground installations and more than half of the buildings.


  • Onshore power supply with Tallink Silja´s vessel in the background

    The power is on at the Värtahamnen Port and several vessels are already connected

    The new onshore power facilities at the Värtahamnen Port are the most modern, and in wattage-terms the largest, in the Baltic Sea area. Onshore power supply at the quayside provide a way to reduce vessel emissions of air pollutants, resulting in greener shipping.


  • The cruise vessel Aidaaura at Stadsgården a sunny day

    Record cruise passenger numbers for Ports of Stockholm in 2019

    The number of cruise passengers travelling via Ports of Stockholm is continually rising, and has set a new record again this year. During the 2019 season Ports of Stockholm welcomed 281 cruise liners. The cruise passengers are an important part of Stockholm’s tourist industry and generate large amounts of revenue for the region.


  • One of the characters in the campaign - Banana-Bosse

    Ports of Stockholm nominated for international communications prize

    Ports of Stockholm has been nominated for the European Sea Ports Organisation Award for its successful social media advertising campaign. The prize is awarded annually to promote innovative projects that improve the social integration of ports and cities.


  • Aerial view of Värtahamnen port

    Ports of Stockholm in international final with the world’s most pioneering climate action projects

    This year’s new power connections at the Värtahamnen port are in the final of the 2019 C40 Cities Bloomberg Philanthropies Award as one of the most pioneering and inclusive climate action projects around the globe.


  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port - one year before opening

    Take an aerial tour of Stockholm Norvik Port!

    Using drones gives everyone the opportunity to view the construction work and see how Sweden’s newest freight port, Stockholm Norvik Port, is taking shape. Completion is on schedule for opening as planned in May 2020.