Nothing is left to chance when Korean shipyards Samsung Heavy Industries and Hyundai Heavy Industries are building giant gas tankers worth billions of dollars.
The Government’s Plan for Growth in the Danish Maritime Sector positions the country to become a global maritime hub by 2025.
Time has come to apply for renewal of CLC, Bunker, Athens and Wreck Removal Convention Certificates from the Danish Maritime Authority.
It will be completed by the end of 2021 – the future-proof, modern, sustainable and automated container terminal in Copenhagen.
The Danish-controlled fleet is increasing. Taking the sixth place on the list of the world’s major shipping nations given as operated tonnage, Denmark has advanced one place.
A conference on autonomous ships hosted by the Danish Maritime Authority zooms in on the potential for using new technology on board ships.
In 2024, Denmark will be hosting European Maritime Day with more than 1,000 participants, the city of Svendborg will be the setting of the conference.
Politicians, industry stakeholders and maritime Flagship Projects agree that there is a need to focus on cross-sectorial cooperation, education and training as well as enforcement of regulations in order to turn the region into a leading clean and safe shipping.
Sea Shepherd Netherlands has officially submitted a request to the European Commission to launch infringement proceedings against Denmark.