The Government’s Plan for Growth in the Danish Maritime Sector positions the country to become a global maritime hub by 2025.
DMA has gained new knowledge on battery safety through a report with a focus on risks related to fire. The report outlines different methods of fire extinguishing along with the effect of ventilation systems in battery compartments in case of fire.
Time has come to apply for renewal of CLC, Bunker, Athens and Wreck Removal Convention Certificates from the Danish Maritime Authority.
Three fees have been set too high. Therefore, you can now apply for a partial refund of those fees.
A team of tugboat masters just finished a training program in Denmark as part of the strategic sector cooperation between Denmark and Ghana. Ghanaian tugboat masters in Denmark to acquire new tools of the trade.
Shipping is global. Cyber threats are global. Thus taking care of cybersecurity in the maritime sector should not be left to each individual country nor separated by function.
Denmark has once again demonstrated high standards for quality shipping resulting in international recognition through the QUALSHIP 21 program.
Henceforth, employees on board Danish ships need only hold an international approved health certificate.
By 2020, Denmark will have a digital register of shipping that will lower costs for business communities and provide easier access to data.