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  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port

    Stockholm Norvik Port potential CCS hub in Sweden

    Ports of Stockholm will begin a Feasibility Study to establish a node for captured carbon dioxide at Stockholm Norvik Port, together with leading CCS emitters and actors. The goal is to increase the possibilities for emission reduction and negative emissions by establishing a regional, sustainable and cost-efficient carbon dioxide infrastructure in eastern Sweden. A solution for transport and handling between facilities that are source of the emissions to the end capture site would be a major contribution to Sweden achieving its environmental goals.


  • Prototype of the new autonomously operated ferry

    New Ports of Stockholm customer plans autonomously operated ferry in the Stockholm city centre

    A new Ports of Stockholm customer, shipping company Torghatten, will this spring introduce an electrically powered autonomously operated ferry service across Riddarfjärden in the Stockholm city centre. The initiative is a sustainable and innovative addition for the general public and is fully aligned with Stockholm’s quays strategy.


  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port in sunset light

    Ports of Stockholm shows increasing passenger numbers and high goods volumes, despite declining economy

    Ports of Stockholm is one of the world’s largest passenger ports and one of Sweden’s largest freight ports. Despite a declining economy, goods volumes have remained high and the number of passengers increased significantly compared to the previous year. This shows Ports of Stockholm to be a central node for sustainable goods and passenger transport and that Stockholm remains a very attractive destination.


  • Project members taking a look at the RoRo-tractor

    Important milestone reached in Ports of Stockholm’s hydrogen gas initiative

    Representatives from CMB.TECH, Volvo Penta, N. C. Nielsen and Ports of Stockholm met in mid-January for a hydrogen gas workshop at Stockholm Norvik Port. Creative knowledge exchange has made it possible to now take the next step and begin the actual technology development.


  • Onshore power supply facility at Port of Nynäshamn

    Green light for EU grant funding application for onshore power pilot studies

    Ports of Stockholm can jointly apply, together with eight other Baltic Sea ports, for EU grant funding for pilot studies to develop the onshore power infrastructure, enabling more sustainable shipping with low air pollutant emissions. The Swedish government has now given the go-ahead for this application.


  • Vessel loaded with housing modules at Frihamnen Port

    More loads take the smart sea route directly to Stockholm

    The next coming days a number of oversize project loads will arrive at Ports of Stockholm, including housing modules, cars and building materials, all destined for the Stockholm region. Transporting goods by sea directly to their final destination has major sustainability, efficiency and cost benefits.


  • Stockholm Norvik Hamn with a train set in the foreground

    New Stockholm Norvik Port - Eskilstuna Intermodal Terminal train link

    In January a new train service will operate five departures a week between Stockholm Norvik Port and the Eskilstuna Intermodal Terminal. This railway link will connect Stockholm Norvik to a larger railway network, offering customers more sustainable and cost-effective transport solutions.


  • Magdalena Bosson

    Magdalena Bosson is Ports of Stockholm’s new CEO

    On 1st January, Magdalena Bosson will become the new Ports of Stockholm Chief Executive Officer. With many years of experience within Stockholm City Council, she takes over the helm and will continue the development of Ports of Stockholm.


  • The vessel Ambiance receives a water salut

    Ports of Stockholm has double the number of cruise ship calls and passengers

    Stockholm remains a very popular cruise destination, despite the current turbulent times. When this cruise season ends, 205 cruise ships will have called at Ports of Stockholm, carrying twice as many passengers as the previous year.


  • RoRo tractor at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Ports of Stockholm, Volvo Penta and CMB.TECH collaborate on hydrogen-powered RoRo tractors

    Ports of Stockholm, Volvo Penta and CMB.TECH are collaborating to jointly pilot and operate RoRo (roll on, roll off) tractors running on hydrogen-diesel dual fuel powertrains as part of Ports of Stockholm’s fossil-free operations goals.