Time has come to apply for renewal of CLC, Bunker, Athens and Wreck Removal Convention Certificates from the Danish Maritime Authority. Shipowners must renew the certificates once a year upon expiry of the underlying insurance.
At COP 26, Denmark presented a declaration on Zero-Emission Shipping by 2050 highlighting the focus on climate-neutral shipping, which 17 countries have joined so far.
New technology and solutions are evolving faster than regulation can keep up with, which is often a barrier for first movers. To break down the barriers, the Danish Maritime Authority is now establishing the DMA Regulatory Future Lab.
The Danish Maritime Authority is launching digital certificates for seafarers as well as a number of other digital self-service solutions for shipping companies, staffing companies and educational institutions.
Following the lengthy negotiations on the organization of the climate rules, which will help reduce shipping’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, discussions are now underway on how to reduce ships’ greenhouse gas emissions in the medium term.
At the 75th meeting of the MEPC, the IMO has approved new rules for how international shipping should reduce its CO2 emissions towards 2030.
This was made clear at today’s international webinar chaired by the United States, the Netherlands and Denmark.
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.
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.