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  • Containers stacked on top of each other

    Container shortage creates new Stockholm Norvik Port export volumes

    Exports via the Stockholm Norvik Port container terminal continue to rise. The shortage of empty containers in Sweden, and in other parts of the world, has created other export routes. The unique access to empty containers at Stockholm Norvik has led to more and more export goods being shipped via Sweden’s new major port.


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    New rail cargo volumes to and from Stockholm Norvik Port

    Goods are being transported by new sustainable services to and from Stockholm Norvik Port. Fully loaded goods trains now run weekly between southern Sweden and Stockholm Norvik Port. These trains carry goods previously transported on the congested road network.


  • Passagerare i Värtaterminalen

    Ports of Stockholm with stakeholders submit application for EU funding to support restart of ferry traffic

    Ports of Stockholm and Visit Stockholm have applied for EU funding to develop the tourist industry and support a quicker and greener ferry industry restart following the pandemic.


  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port

    Stockholm Norvik Port winner of prestigious construction prize

    Ports of Stockholm’s newly built Stockholm Norvik Port has won the prestigious construction prize Årets Bygge 2021.


  • The text Welcome to Ports of Stockholm with Port of Kapellskär in the background

    New film: Welcome to Ports of Stockholm!

    The major infrastructure projects in Värtahamnen port, Port of Kapellskär and Stockholm Norvik Port are finished. See the new film about Ports of Stockholm's modern facilities, suited for future ships and ready to welcome new customers and innovative partners.


  • Map of Port of Stockholm´s ports

    Eco-bonus for sustainable transport to and from the Stockholm region via Ports of Stockholm

    The Swedish government is rewarding innovative and sustainable shipping projects of shipping companies with an eco-bonus environmental incentive. Three of the four projects selected to receive an eco-bonus operate services to and from Ports of Stockholm.


  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port

    Safe and smart logistics at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Smart solutions from the start are one advantage of building an entirely new port. The infrastructure in the areas in and around Stockholm Norvik Port are optimised for safe and efficient transport.


  • Aerial photo of Stockholm Norvik Port

    Ports of Stockholm’s sustainable transport node initiative

    Ports of Stockholm, together with the ports in Belfast, Lübeck and Gent and additional alliance partners, has applied for EU grant funding to invest in the role of ports as a node and driving force in sustainable transport provision.


  • Aerial photo of the central part of Stockholm

    Stockholm – one of the world’s most attractive cruise cities

    Stockholm has consolidated its position as one of the world’s most attractive cruise cities. Despite the pandemic, the city had 28 cruise ship calls last year, the most to any port in the Baltic Sea.


  • Train and container vessel at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Increased exports at Stockholm Norvik Port

    The export of forestry products continues to rise at Stockholm Norvik Port container terminal. Ports of Stockholm’s new major port has the best possible location in the Baltic Sea, as well as the capacity to satisfy the needs of the Swedish export industry for efficient freight transport.