Building the port is going as planned and Stockholm Norvik Port is getting close to opening.
The container port will open in May 2020. Quays as well as ground works are done. More than 280,000 square metres of the port area will be paved with concrete bricks.
Hutchison Ports is now in charge of the container part of the port. The first 16 metre cradle carriers have been delivered from China. Two super postpanamax cranes are on their way, as well as six more trucks.
The RoRo part of the port will begin operations in September 2020. The quays are completed. Ground work is being done, a cargo bulding is being completed as well as preparations for a large goods handling tent.
Ports of Stockholm is building a new railway, from the port to the regular tracks four kilometres away. This includes a railway tunnel and five bridges. A large bridge in the port separates rail traffic from other vehicles. Another concrete bridge has been built under the main road to Nynäshamn, plus one small railway bridge and two bridges for pedestrians and bicycles.
Five large buildings are being constructed. The customs building, the main office and workshop for cradle carriers are finished. A building for the Food Agency, as well as a RoRo terminal building are close to completion. A number of smaller buildings for technical installations are also under construction.
Norvik Logistics and Business Park
Adjacent to the port NCC is planning to build a Logistics and Business Park where companies will be able to establish their various operations in a dynamic environment close to the port, roads and major city. This is a comprehensive project where the development of the area will happen successively over a period of at least 15 years.