Strong first quarter for Ports of Stockholm

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Q1 shows growth in all business segments. RoRo, containers and bulk goods are all increasing, and passenger numbers are continuing to rise rapidly.

+4% RoRo freight tons

  • New roro route 1: Hansa Destinations, Nynäshamn–Rostock
  • New roro route 2: Stena Line, Stockholm Norvik–Hanko
  • Introduction of Stena’s second lengthened ropax on Stockholms Norvik–Ventspils

+243% Ferry Passengers = 800,000 in Q1

Photo: Ports of Stockholm/Per-Erik Adamsson


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Sustainable Inland Waterways Project 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.

Ports of Stockholm’s all-new freight port, Stockholm Norvik Port, opened in May in a location that offers new opportunities for efficient and sustainable transportation in the expanding Stockholm and Mälardalen region.


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Climate and Environmental Investment in the Maritime Bridge between Kapellskär and Naantali

Ports of Stockholm has applied for an EU investment grant for a project that will meet customer demands and the needs of the future. It is also an environmental investment that would result in significantly lower emissions of carbon dioxide and air pollutants at the Port of Kapellskär.


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Tallink Grupp Connects First Two Vessels to Shore Power at Port of Stockholm

Tallink has this week started using shore power to provide electricity for two of its vessels, SILJA SERENADE and SILJA SYMPHONY, while they are alongside in port to reduce the environmental impact of the vessels and to minimise air pollution.

The group’s Tallinn-Stockholm route vessels BALTIC QUEEN and VICTORIA I have also been fitted with the shore power connection equipment and will start testing the equipment soon. The company’s other vessels visiting the Port of Stockholm will follow suite in 2020 and 2021.

The Port of Stockholm is currently one of the few ports in the Baltic Sea region to have shore power connection available.