In a seaport, there are many areas where security is needed and where strict regulations are in place. The seaport itself is often our customer, but our customers also include shipping companies and supply chain companies.
The safe handling of cruise liners at the Hamburg Cruise Center I + II is one of the demanding and fascinating tasks performed by Securitas. Depending on the size of the ships and the number of passengers, up to 25 Securitas employees ensure smooth boarding of the passengers.
Port operators must effectively protect their customers and facilities, without disrupting the operation of freight and passenger ships. The Hafen-Entwicklungsgesellschaft Rostock mbH, operator of the Warnemünde cruise terminal and Rostock seaport, provides the ideal solution: Securitas secures the port facilities by employing specially trained staff and ultra-modern safety technology.
Securitas guards have been helping increase security at the Coast Center Base (CCB) in Bergen in Norway since the late 1970s.
Stena Line is an international transport and travel Services Company and one of the world’s largest ferry operators.
The A.P. Moller-Maersk Group is a powerhouse in a number of industries with a truly international presence. Maersk Line, for example, is one of the globe’s dominant shipping companies with a fleet of over 500 container vessels plying vast oceans and busy waterways, but the firm also has sizable operations in energy, supply chain, and retail. Based and originated in Denmark, the firm employs over 115,000 people in 130 countries.
Summer in Stockholm, Sweden. Sing-a-longs at Skansen open air museum, the pentathlon at Gröna Lund amusement park, picnics in splendid gardens of the Rosendal Castle. And the extra heavy burden on the Waxholm ferries that cross between Slussen and Djurgården with traffic that almost seems like it never sleeps. The ferry traffic is operated and staffed by Blidösundbolaget, who acquired the business through a competitive bid.