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Viking Line to create green corridor together with Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Turku

Viking Line, Ports of Stockholm and the Port of Turku signed a Memorandum of Understanding, February 6, 2024, to create a green maritime corridor between Turku and Stockholm. The goal is for the corridor to be 100% carbon-neutral by 2035. The …
Feb 7, 2024 / Curious

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 …
Mar 16, 2023 / Curious

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 …
Feb 1, 2023 / Curious

Ports of Stockholm with eight other Baltic Sea ports apply for EU grant funding for pilot studies to develop the onshore power infrastructure

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 …
Jan 19, 2023 / Curious

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 …
Dec 15, 2022 / Curious

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. This year’s …
Oct 21, 2022 / Cruise

Ports of Stockholm steps up investment in hydrogen

Ports of Stockholm is investing in hydrogen and is beginning a hydrogen fuelling station procurement for Stockholm Norvik Port. Hydrogen fuel is part of achieving the environmental target of fossil fuel-free truck operations by 2025. To be able to …
Sep 9, 2022 / Vessels

Ports of Stockholm breaks ground to build Sweden’s first cruise ship onshore power connection facilities

Ports of Stockholm (CruiseMapper) is investing in the environment by building onshore power connection facilities for cruise ships at two city centre quays. This environmental initiative will result in significantly lower air pollution emissions in …
Aug 29, 2022 / Curious

Ports of Stockholm opens new quay at Frihamnen Port

Ports of Stockholm is one of the world’s largest passenger ports and Stockholm is a very popular cruise destination. Now the possibilities for cruise ships to call at Stockholm have increased with the opening of a brand-new quay at Frihamnen Port.The …
Jun 24, 2022 / Vessels

Ports of Stockholm welcomes the first of 230 cruise ships

The first cruise ship of the season will arrive in Stockholm on 10th April. Despite the troubling international situation the season has a lot of bookings, with many cruise ships booking extended stays. Stockholm is an extremely popular cruise …
Apr 11, 2022 / Curious