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Norden opens new office in Australia
Norden opens new office in Australia
26-09-2014 08:00
Many dry-bulk shipping companies centralize their operations to Singapore, but Norden is now going against the trend by opening a new office in Melbourne, Australia. The company already has offices in Singapore, Shanghai, Mumbai, Rio de Janeiro and Annapolis.

DONG gets approval for Burbo Bank
28-09-2014 16:00
The British government has approved the 256-megawatt Burbo Bank's expansion project, which Dong Energy is planning, by the North West of England. The wind farm will be located in Liverpool Bay, west of the existing Burbo Bank offshore wind farm, which has a capacity of 90MW.
Copenhagen cruise port of the year
28-09-2014 14:00
With fierce competition from Istanbul and Tallinn, Copenhagen Harbor was named best European cruise port due to excellent service and better facilities with three new terminals. The shipyards also praised the harbor, and the traffic problems have apparently not played a major role.
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Maersk Drilling names deepwater drillship
28-09-2014 12:00
Maersk Drilling's fourth drillship designed for deep water was named on Thursday at a ceremony at the shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) in Korea. The drilling vessel has been named "Maersk Voyager". The four drill ships were ordered in 2011 and represents a total investment of 2.6 billion dollars.
Disappointing oil production in the NorthSea
28-09-2014 12:00
National Bank has halved its forecast of GDP growth to 0.8 percent. This is mainly because Denmark produces less oil in the North Sea, and therefore energy export is decreasing. The production in Tyra field dropped by 10 percent
 Maersk Oil will have a Chief Growth Officer
26-09-2014 14:00
From the beginning of next year, Maersk Oil will have a Growth Director who will be responsible for oil exploration and new business. It is the Dutchman Ebbie Haan, who has held a position as director of Sasol Petroleum International and worked 26 years at Shell, who will be joining in the newly created post.

 R & D opens office in Lindø
26-09-2014 12:00
The Aarhus engineering company R&D has opened an office in Lindø Industrial Park. The goal is to strengthen test cooperation with LORC and create new customer relationships. R&D is one of the main suppliers to LORC's test center and among the world's leading specialists in equipment for testing of wind turbines.

New name for Maersk companies
26-09-2014 10:00
A.P. Møller-Maersk 'fifth business Services & Other Shipping is renamed APM Shipping Services. The former name created confusion about the future of the smaller companies like Svitzer, Damco and Maersk Supply Service. Maersk Group is now trying to end the speculation about a possible divestment.
DONG gets approval for Burbo Bank
25-09-2014 16:00
The British government has approved the 256-megawatt Burbo Bank's expansion project, which Dong Energy is planning, by the North West of England. The wind farm will be located in Liverpool Bay, west of the existing Burbo Bank offshore wind farm, which has a capacity of 90MW.
The pressure on Maersk Tankers grows
25-09-2014 16:00
While most companies in the Maersk Group are in the lead in their respective industries, Maersk has problems. Now a big effort is being made to turn around the tanker company. It is now or never for Maersk Tankers.
Maersk helps in the fight against Ebola
25-09-2014 14:00
APM Terminals Liberia and Maersk Line has donated 50 tents to the Government of Liberia to lay the foundations for a new Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia. Ebola outbreaks in Liberia have resulted in a massive shortage of beds and facilities, and many patients are sent home from hospitals.
 IMO celebrates World Maritime Day
25-09-2014 10:00
IMO will hosts World Maritime Day today, with focus on getting member states to accelerate the IMO conventions into reality. In this connection, the IMO points at Ballast Water Convention as an example of a convention adopted by the IMO, but has not yet gone into force.

 Chipping in Assens harbor must cease
25-09-2014 08:00
Chipping wood at Assens harbor will soon end, after years of criticism from citizens who are disturbed by the noise and smell from production. The City Council of Assens Municipality decided Wednesday night that the work must cease by 31 May 2015.

Dana Anglia return to Esbjerg
24-09-2014 16:00
The former England Ferry, Dana Anglia, which in recent years has sailed in the Mediterranean, will again get Esbjerg as base port when it in the future will serve as a floating hotel for Swedish offshore employees. On Tuesday afternoon, the ferry docked in Esbjerg for the first time in 12 years.
Maersk must be leaders in every area
24-09-2014 16:00
Maersk is to be a leader in all its business areas, said Group CEO Nils S. Andersen, among other things, as he opened the Maersk Group's annual Capital Markets. AP Møller-Maersk will be the leading conglomerate in the world.
Esbern Snare has been deployed for a year
24-09-2014 14:00
On September 21, 2013 Esbern Snare departed to be deployed for five months in NATO's anti-piracy operation off Somalia. Esbern Snare was scheduled to be returned to Denmark in late January 2014 to be in Denmark for six months before being deployed again in June this year.
Disappointing oil production in the NorthSea
24-09-2014 12:00
National Bank has halved its forecast of GDP growth to 0.8 percent. This is mainly because Denmark produces less oil in the North Sea, and therefore energy export is decreasing. The production in Tyra field dropped by 10 percent
 Danish sailors fear Ebola most
24-09-2014 10:00
Danish sailors, who sail in West Africa, fear most of all the deadly disease Ebola and the comprehensive safety some of them must wear when visiting a port in West Africa, do not cause less worries.

 Bladt to bid for two Fehmarn bridges
23-09-2014 16:00
Bladt Industries in Aalborg is one of the five companies that now have been shortlisted to build two bridges over the motorway and rail at the new Fehmarn tunnel at Rødby. Pedestrians and cyclists will use the bridges, as work on the tunnel itself will begin in 2015.

Wind turbine vessel from Tuco
23-09-2014 14:00
The newest vessel in Tuco Marine Group's series of fast workboats, ProZero series, is a 13 meter long boat that will be used to service offshore wind farms. The design is targeting the work function of service and to transport people out to the wind farms.
Military Exercises at Skagen harbor
23-09-2014 12:00
In the context of a major NATO exercise, the Defense will hold two military exercises at Skagen Harbor area. The exercises will take place between Wednesday, September 24 to Friday, September 26 and Tuesday, September 30 to Wednesday October 1st.
Ærø ferry sails spectators to sinking
23-09-2014 10:00
A majority of the Ærø council voted on Monday that one of the ferries on the route between Svendborg and Ærøskøbing be taken out of its fixed route October 5 to sail out with tourists and others when the old scrap ferry Ærøsund is being sunk.
Copenhagen cruise port of the year
23-09-2014 08:00
With fierce competition from Istanbul and Tallinn, Copenhagen Harbor was named best European cruise port due to excellent service and better facilities with three new terminals. The shipyards also praised the harbor, and the traffic problems have apparently not played a major role.
 The DMA attacked by hackers
22-09-2014 16:00
TV news could reveal Sunday night that hackers from a foreign state in the spring of 2012 made their way to the Danish Maritime Authority IT systems in search of confidential information. Government IT, Business, and Growth Ministry were also attacked.

 One mio cruise ship tourists in Copenhagen
22-09-2014 14:00
The cruise season is ending. It seems that the number who have visited Copenhagen on board the ships in Copenhagen this year will be more than a million passengers and crew. In a single day, there were 17,400 passengers in the new Ocean-dock.

Oil terminal on the way to Skagen Harbor
22-09-2014 12:00
A unanimous City Council approved the EIA report and the environmental report Wednesday night, which was made regarding the oil terminal at the harbor. During the public hearing, eight objections were filed against the plans. They are mainly about noise, pollution and visual impacts.
Maritime Officers appeal tax ruling
22-09-2014 10:00
Although sailors from DIS deposit money into their pension via net pay system, their pensions are being taxed. This will continue, the High Court decided in a ruling, which the Maritime Officers are appealing to the Supreme Court.
Maersk rig extends contract
22-09-2014 08:00
Petronas Carigali, the exploration and production subsidiary of the national oil company of Malaysia has extended the contract for jack-up rig Maersk Convincer by one year. The rig be under contract with Petronas until mid-November 2015 contract estimated cost $ 56 million.
Two Odfjell gas ships for Lauritzen pool
19-09-2014 16:00
Lauritzen Kosan has signed an agreement with Norwegian Odfjell Gas for its two 9,000 cbm ethylene gas tankers, Bow Guardian and Bow Gallant (sister ship to Stella Kosan, Stina Kosan and Sophia Kosan) in the near future will be included in Lauritzen Kosan's pool of LNG carriers.
 New Vice President of Maritime Officers
19-09-2014 14:00
Maritime Officers’ board has appointed Jens Erik Frøstrup as the association's new Vice President. He replaces the former Vice President Stefan Egedal Petersen. Jens Erik Frøstrup was elected to the Maritime Leaders Board in 2009.

 Maritime Officers seeking candidates
19-09-2014 12:00
Maritime Officers are looking for candidates for the Board. As a board member of Maritime Officers you have an influence on bargaining, member offers, the corporation's business and not least the future of Denmark as a maritime nation.

Bornholm ready with ferry tendering
19-09-2014 10:00
Traffic Contact Council on Bornholm are now finished with wishes for the new ferry tendering. There are satisfaction with the current contract. However, there are two wishes to fulfill. Lower prices and improvements in freight ferry.
Blue Water delivers tunneling machine
19-09-2014 08:00
Blue Water Shipping has delivered the first of four tunneling machines, TMB, to Sydney North West Rail project in Australia, which is the largest infrastructure project for public transport in the country. The project includes a 15-kilometer long double tunnel.
Triple E surpassed by one meter in length
18-09-2014 16:00
Maersk Line's Triple-E ships with 18,270 TEU and 399 meters in length is the world's largest container ships, about to lose the title, as the world's largest. The container shipping company China Shipping Container Lines CSCL get to November delivered a vessel of 400 meters with a capacity of 19,100 TEU.
Scottish election also affects Maersk
18-09-2014 14:00
Among the very few Danish companies with major interests at Scotland, AP Møller-Maersk, which whatever the outcome of Scotland's election of independence, is in no doubt about what is needed at Scotland. The challenges will in fact be the same as before the election.
 New port director for Thyborøn Harbor
18-09-2014 12:00
Jesper Jensen Holt has been appointed new director of Thyborøn Harbor with effect from November 1. He has been a director of Coastal for many years until he in 2013 joined his current job as technical director in the municipality of Thisted.

 New Chairman at Royal Arctic Line
18-09-2014 10:00
Royal Arctic Line, which last year had a turnover of 719 million kroner and a loss of 20 million kroner before tax, will have a completely untested chairman of the 39-year-old Kuno Fencker who has been a shipping student of Royal Arctic Line, but with no prior experience with the board.

Danish ports reversed the trend in 2Q
18-09-2014 08:00
The major Danish ports could note an overall increase of nearly 6 percent in the second quarter compared to the first quarter. New figures from Statistics Denmark show this trend. Danish Ports sees this development as a sign that the Danish economy is coming back.
Rødbyhavn Port prepares for Femern
17-09-2014 16:00
Rødbyhavn Harbor marks an increase in activity due to the prospect of the 18-kilometer long Femern tunnel between Rødbyhavn and Puttgarden. The port quay will be extended and cooperation with Nakskov Harbor is intensified. There is a great demand for port areas, and more traffic than usual.
Maersk Drilling sells barge activities
17-09-2014 14:00
Maersk Drilling disposes of its barge activities in Venezuela Barry Star Holding SA, an investment company based in Panama. The activities recorded in the company Maritime Contractors Venezuela SA, includes ownership and operation of 10 offshore barges on Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela.
LNG ship received Danish developed engine
17-09-2014 12:00
The world's first LNG-fueled container ship built by NASSCO Shipyard in San Diego, has installed the world's first dual gas engine. ME-GI engine, developed by MAN Diesel & Turbo can with the push of a button run on gas instead of diesel.