Archive: Bunker One bunker tanker
Bunker One expands Caribbean footprint
Bunker One expands Caribbean footprint as key physical supplier St. Croix, US Virgin Island. St. Croix is a soon-to-be Caribbean hub with the recent restart of the (Ex-Hovensa) St. Croix deep conversion refinery, strategically located along all major shipping lanes servicing US crude import & export markets.
Risk Intelligence sign up with NATO|
Risk Intelligence has signed agreements with the NATO Shipping Centre, for the Risk Intelligence System and intelligence reports. Based in Northwood, London, the NATO Shipping Centre is the official link between NATO and merchant shipping.
New international shipping education|
New courses for trainees at Danish Shipping Academy’s two-year education are on their way. The upgrade of the education will benefit young people best possible in their meeting with Blue Denmark.When a new class of trainees starts in September, the schedule will among other things include new courses.
Monjasa move Monjasa Supplier to Panama|
Global oil and shipping group Monjasa brings MT Monjasa Supplier (8,839-dwt) from Dubai to Panama to further sustain the attractiveness of Panama as a leading global shipping hub. This means significantly less idle time for larger ships taking bunkers in the Panama Canal.
C-bed assigned for double contract period|
In a challenging offshore market, C-bed has won a double contract to support offshore wind developments in the UK, securing full activity into 2022 for its Service Operation Vessel (SOV), Wind Innovation. C-bed is owned by the Danish company Monjasa.
|New Chairman at Global Risk Management|
During 2020 A/S Global Risk Management Ltd. Fondsmaeglerselskab (GRM) has put a new leadership team in place, and the company is about to roll out a new strategy. To support this step change, Kenneth Steengaard will take on the role of Chairman of the Board bringing with him extensive experience from the financial sector.
|Blue Water acquires reefer business|
Blue Water acquires J. Lauritzen’s Eftf’s thermo activities – which mainly include road transport and rail solutions of food products between Italy, Benelux and Scandinavia. The southbound traffics are primarily seafood and meat products and the northbound are fruit and vegetables to the Scandinavian consumers.
Maersk in partnership with Novo Nordisk|
A.P. Moller - Maersk has signed a logistics agreement with Novo Nordisk from 2021. The three-year agreement on cold chain logistics covers transportation including ocean services and inland logistics.
Danish Candidate as Chair of IOPC Funds|
Former Deputy Director General of the Danish Maritime Authority, Mrs. Birgit Sølling Olsen, has been re-elected as a member of the Audit Body of the International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds. Birgit Sølling Olsen has also been appointed as Chair of the Joint Audit Body.
Maersk start air freight services|
With the first of the multiple chartered airplanes moved cargoes for a leading tyre manufacturer from Thailand to Japan on October 11th, Maersk’s product portfolio has been successfully expanded to air freight.
DSV Panalpina delivers strong performance|
During Q3 2020, DSV Panalpina have seen a strong financial performance in all divisions, with results exceeding our internal expectations. The results are driven by better than anticipated market conditions across our different markets and lower than anticipated negative impacts from COVID-19.
|BWS in new agreement with Cubic|
Blue Water will be handling CUBIC’s sea and air freight as well as courier – primarily from CUBIC’s headquarters in Brønderslev, Denmark to worldwide destinations. Furthermore, the agreement covers global transports from the company’s branches in Poland and China.
|Monjasa Accelerates Trainee Programme |
This year, Monjasa presents the largest batch of Monjasa Oil & Shipping Trainees since launching the programme in 2018. A total of 12 new trainees join Monjasa’s offices and will attend academic modules with the Danish Shipping Academy.
New carbon neutral Pharma warehouse|
To further increase its capabilities in serving pharmaceutical customers in Central Europe, Maersk is launching its second dedicated warehouse in Poland, specifically designed for this customer segment and with carbon neutrality in mind.
New owners of NORbunker|
Hamburg Energy Trading GmbH & Co. KG has decided to terminate its bunker operations. To support HET´s decision of exiting the bunkering sector, managing directors Jesper Riis and Peter Hoejer has decided to purchase HET´s shares in NORbunker A/S.
Safe and timely delivery of buoys|
Through detailed planning and thorough studies, Blue Water’s Project & Chartering team including our Transport Engineering experts executed two shipments of CALM Buoys from Penglai, China to Daesan, South Korea. Shipment took place in April and May in co-operation with BBC Chartering
New Maersk digital supply chain platform|
To further assist small and medium sized businesses with the complexity of managing their supply chains, Maersk is launching Maersk Flow - a digital platform which provides customers and their partners with everything they need to take control of their supply chain, from factory to market.
|Wrist expands branches in Spain|
To strengthen its global warehouse and logistics network even further, Wrist Ship Supply is opening new facilities in Valencia, extending their reach in Spain to support existing operations in Algeciras and Las Palmas.
|Danish marine suppliers consolidate|
Weilbach, Vento Maritime and Force Technology previously dealt with their customers separately, but these three suppliers of the marine industry have just sent a joint digital route optimisation solution to the market. They want their collaboration to lay a stronger groundwork for sales to shipping industry markets in Denmark and abroad.
Drones monitor emissions in Danish waters|
The Danish authorities have requested once again EMSA’s Remotely Piloted Aircraft System services to support the monitoring of ship emissions around the area of the Great Belt. The RPAS will specifically measure the ships’ sulphur emissions to check compliance with EU rules governing the sulphur content of marine fuel.
Bunker Holding reach record-setting result|
Bunker Holding has recorded its best-ever annual result, consolidating its position as the world’s leading bunkering company, and bolstering it against a turbulent and unpredictable year ahead.
Modernization of Danish Shipping routes|
As of 1 July, new shipping routes in Kattegat and Skagerrak are implemented. At the same time, digital solutions are deployed with the use of virtual buoys. Virtual AIS buoys are different from traditional buoys as the buoy does not exist physically in the water, but is only visible on the ships' navigation equipment.
Bunker One expands its fleet |
Bunker One is strengthening its portfolio in the US Gulf, the Caribbean, and West Africa. The new expansions are a part of Bunker One’s strategy to increase its activities and investments around the globe.
|Bunker One Expands in Freeport|
Bunker One has announced its newest addition to its Offshore US Gulf and Caribbean fleet, M/T Waltz. The physical supplier, that is now one of the largest suppliers in the Caribbean, will commence operations in Freeport from 1 June.
|CMA CGM and MSC to join TradeLens|
Global container carriers CMA CGM and MSC will join TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform, jointly developed by A.P. Moller - Maersk and IBM. With CMA CGM, MSC, Maersk, and other carriers committed to the platform, data for nearly half of the world's ocean container cargo will be available on TradeLens.
Certificates from a smartphone|
The Danish Maritime Authority is preparing the launch of digital certificates for seafarers. Development is underway, and an initial test voyage will begin later this month. Digital certificates are expected to make things simpler, faster and safer.
Maersk digital Ocean Customs Clearance|
Maersk has launched the Customs Clearance online shipping management platform in seven European countries - Germany, France, Denmark, The Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom and Spain - with the goal of expanding this offering across the world by the end of 2019.
Sulphur-sniffing drone to patrol Denmark|
In the coming months, a large drone will check emissions from ships in Danish waters to make sure they comply with the sulphur limit. The drone is provided by the European Maritime Safety Agency, and is to be used as a means of preventing ship pollution.
Peder G. Pedersen joins Board of Directors|
Taking a seat on the board of Monjasa Holding A/S, Peder Gellert Pedersen will engage in the further development of Monjasa as a modern oil and shipping group. This includes taking an active part in Monjasa’s push for extended quality and transparency on bunker purchases and building further on recent years’ positive developments.
|Denmark continues cooperation with Ghana|
Denmark and Ghana have cooperated on e-navigation solutions, implementation of international regulations and training of tugboat captains since 2015. This week, the strategic sector cooperation was extended until 2021.
|OSK: Third international design award|
It was a hattrick week for OSK Group at the on-going Ferry Shipping Summit 2019 in Amsterdam, when Danish ship interior specialists Steen Friis Design received the Ferry of the Year award for best ferry delivered in 2018
Danish ship designers win Ferry Oscars|
Two of OSK Group’s companies have received the highest stamp of approval in the ferry industry as they are both awarded for their design contributions at the Shippax Ferry Conference 2019 taking place aboard SILJA SERENADE at the time of writing.
Monjasa opens new office in Vietnam|
Following 11 years of presence in Singapore, Danish bunker fuels supplier Monjasa now expands further across Southeast Asia, and opens a new office in Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam is in the midst of an economic upturn sending ripple effects to the shipping industry as well.
Danish – Swedish cable has been fixed|
A 24 test was concluded on Thursday. The 400 kV cable between Denmark and Sweden, which has been out of function since January 8 2019, is thereby ready for operation. The reason for this was that cable was leaking oil and the hole was not easy to locate.
Maritime organizations join forces|
Two of Denmark’s maritime organizations have joined forces to fulfill a political wish of a transnational neighbor check of rules and regulations, so that Denmark can uncover any possible distortions and competitive obstacles that can create better conditions for Danish ports and maritime companies.
|Danish Shipping seeks inspiration|
Danish Shipping and Copenhagen Business School are focusing on the value creation and benefits that shipping companies can get from working with undergraduate students doing bachelor degrees. This will happen in form an event that takes place on February 20 which will be open for everyone.
|Blue Water Shipping active in Georgia|
Anaklia Development Consortium is going to invest US$ 2.5 billion in developing Anaklia Deep Sea Port in Georgia.The new port allows larger ships to enter Georgian waters for the first time, thus expanding Tbilisi’s export potential and ability to act as a main transport corridor within the region.
Falck Safety Services changes name|
The world’s leading safety training partner Falck Safety Services has changed its name to RelyOn Nutec to consolidate global activities around one brand. With 33 locations across 20 countries, the company delivers safety and skills training to more than 250,000 people annually in oil & gas, maritime, renewables and other high-risk potential industries.
New maritime internship portal launched|
Danske Rederier’s new internship portal ‘Blue Internship’ will be launched today during a sparring forum at the Fredericia School of Marine Engineering. At the forum, Danske Rederier’s internship coordinator, Anne Panknin Kristensen, will present and demonstrate how the portal works.
Partnership focuses on greener shipping|
Yesterday, the Danish- South Korean Green Ship Expert Committee (GSEC) held their first meeting at the Danish Maritime Authorities. GSEC will function as the framework for a partnership regarding new technologies and sustainable solutions for shipping.
DSV wants to buy Panalpina|
Danish transport group DSV has confirmed that the company has given their offer on Panalpina to the company's board of directors. The offer consists of 1.58 DSV shares and 55 Swiss franc in cash per Panalpina share. The value of this is 170 Swiss franc per share, based on closing prices on January 11 2019.