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  • Industry » MAN Diesel & Turbo accused of fraud
    of having done just like its owner Volkswagen in connection with the diesel engines which the company produces The indictment says that the engines consume more fuel than they have shown in a test The Norwegian shipping company I M Skaugen has sued MAN Diesel Turbo for 400 million Norwegian kroner The company bought the ship engines of MAN and believes that MAN has cheated with software engines at a test which showed that they used less fuel than they actually do The fraud was reported at MAN Diesel Turbo s factory in Germany and as such has nothing to do with the Danish branch I M Skaugen has as its focus area in the transport of LPG and LNG and has a fleet of advanced gas carriers with a capacity from 6 000 to 12 000 cubic meters Source TV2 Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT competing for Australian warships Port Expansion worth 358 million on Lindø Hempel s new CEO has acceded Record year for Fayard Henrik Sørensen is the manager of the year New trawler

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18471 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Immediate injunction for Fayard
    man was caught between a ship and a 500 kilo rack The rack came swinging as it had to be lifted onto a ship The 48 year old man broke seven ribs When the rack started swinging it hit the man who thereby got trapped The WEA therefore believe that safety has not been proper enough Among other things it was wrong that the man resided in a zone where he could get hurt The WEA stresses that the employees have bypassed no rules in connection with the work An immediate injunction means that the error must be rectified immediately which also happened The 48 year old man has been released from hospital and is recovering said Fayard that does not have further comments on the incident Fayard is one of the largest companies in Lindø Industrial Park which contains nearly 85 different companies Source fyens dk Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT competing for Australian warships Port Expansion worth 358 million on Lindø Hempel s new CEO has acceded Record year for Fayard Henrik Sørensen is the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18480 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » New green scrubber solution
    by larger ships For shipping operator and owner of Hammerodde Danske Færger A S the choice was either to sail on costly low sulfur oil or install a scrubber system that could purify the flue gas produced by the vessel to the level required by the new legislation PureteQ s scrubber solution appears interesting as it is a relatively lightweight solution and also because it is simple to install on the vessel But first and foremost for us it was essential that the scrubber complied with the relevant environmental legislation It has also proved to be a cost effective solution compared with using significantly more expensive low sulfur marine oil explains Hans Henrik Simonsen Fleet Manager at Færgen A S PureteQ s MTS is a hybrid system This means that the scrubber system is designed to operate in both open loop and closed loop configurations In open loop configuration seawater is used to purify the polluted gas Provided that the water falls within certain limits it is then released into the sea This solution is currently permitted throughout the ECA areas in open seas Closed loop configuration allows the seawater used in the process to be reused a number of times after which the treated wash water can be released into the sea or stored in tanks on the vessel In recent months PureteQ has received numerous inquiries from organizations within the international maritime industry about the new MTS solution To meet this rising interest PureteQ has recently employed several new colleagues with expertize within areas such as technical sales and project management We look forward to presenting our new Maritime Turbo Scrubber to the international maritime industry at the Danish Maritime Fair Our stand at the event features a large funnel so there should be no problem finding us

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18468 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » New advanced tracking device
    In the development of SIRIUS One we have continuously used the input which we have received from our customers over the years We have focused on tailoring a transmitter which is robust when it comes to the harsh maritime environment reliable versatile and profitable says Managing Director Klavs Torp from Polaris Electronics One of the key parameters behind the development of SIRIUS One has been to avoid outages which cost the vessels both time and money As a new feature SIRIUS One is therefore equipped with an internal battery so there is always the safety of the power supply At the same time SIRIUS One communicates with the satellite provider Iridium which with its satellites constantly moving around the earth not only supports a tracking system that covers the entire globe without holes but also provides greater flexibility in the location of the tracking device on board the vessel Another important parameter is that SIRIUS One is cheaper in regards to airtime meaning the time which the vessel pays for to be able to send and receive data European fishing vessels are demanded to inform their position at least once an hour SIRIUS One costs on average a third of the market price of airtime compared to other products so it is a lot of money in the long run Klavs Torp emphasizes But SIRIUS One does not only offer excellency when it comes to reliability and price The potential reaches further and the product will be continuously developed by the global company with the North Jutland roots SIRIUS One is already prepared to contain an electronic fishing logbook as well as the device can be used within the system which is for positioning of merchant ships worldwide Long Range Identification Tracking LRIT Later SIRIUS One will also be able

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18470 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Safe Ocean Service has moved to Hirtshals
    company s home port Hirtshals Safe Ocean Service has rented office space on Jens Munksvej 1 in Hirtshals The move to Hirtshals is another step in the process we are going through with Safe Ocean Service where we would like to grow as a company but at the same time it will be an exciting place to work We want to show that we can deliver quality work and that we can provide the services that the market demands We provide flexibility and curiosity in our approach to the markets we are in all the time and therefore we are always ready to deliver what our customers want says CEO Thomas Nielsen In recent years there has already been offshore units at a repair dock but with a location at the East Basin 2 Safe Ocean Service has taken the step into a new future with repairs of offshore units directly at the main office and better service to operators and rig owners can therefore be supplied The two owners of Safe Ocean Service Thomas Nielsen and Chris Durhuus are pleased with the progress that has meant that the company today has 80 employees and has offices in both Houston and Hirtshals Director Chris Durhuus said this about the growth of recent years It has been incredibly exciting to be part of the development we have been through Although we have encountered bumps along the way we have always been able to look ahead and we can see that what we are doing is the right thing while we learn from all our relationships Source Hirtshals Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT competing for Australian warships Port Expansion

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18448 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Alfa Laval and AAU sign agreement
    between the parties This agreement helps to ensure that Alfa Laval is at the forefront in terms of research and development and so we ensure also that Alfa Laval becomes part of the university students consciousness It is crucial for us as a company to attract highly skilled workers in order to maintain the position we have in the market says Lars Skytte Jørgensen Vice President of Alfa Laval Aalborg The aim of the agreement is the creation of additional activities both in the research and educational fields The agreement thus focus on the establishment of both PhD and postdoctoral projects not least on student projects where the use of Alfa Laval s new training and testing center in Aalborg will be a great asset to the university researchers and students At Aalborg University we are pleased with the agreement which in the future can help to ensure our graduates jobs nearby says headmaster Per Michael Johansen The agreement between Aalborg University and Alfa Laval stretches for three years Source Alfa Laval Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18439 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Two well-known Skagen shipyards merge
    ensure the future of the yard Therefore we want to publish the plan to merge Danish Yachts with Karstensens Shipyard A S It is Karsten s intention to maintain the skills that have been earned over the years at Danish Yachts These skills combined with the skills that Karstensens already possess and works with today will form the basis for the activities to be conducted in Danish Yachts territory it says in the message Danish Yachts A S has been owned by the Sørensen family since 2002 In that time the company has undergone significant changes and the shipyard has evolved to be a leading manufacturer of advanced yacht s and ships of carbon fiber among the pioneering Cat SWATH technology used for offshore wind turbine support vessels Danish Yachts has developed unique designs and production technologies and is well positioned for the next phase of its development The owners now want to ensure Danish Yachts future through transfer to a business partner with a long history of shipbuilding which also has Skagen in mind Danish Yachts s buildings and facilities will help attract new customers and help Karstensens future development and increased activities In connection with the proposed merger it is expected that there will be certain changes and retraining of the workforce Karstensens however are confident that it will eventually result in increased employment and a boost of shipbuilding in Skagen The Sørensens will cease their active involvement in Danish Yachts Danish Yachts President lawyer Jens Stadum will join the board in Karstensens Danish Yachts A S name and brand will be unchanged under the new ownership structure Source kanalfrederikshavn dk Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18440 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Orskov Yard strengthens its management
    Sales Technical Director Fischer comes from a position as sales director at Wärtsilä and has previously been employed at MAN Diesel He will rank alongside the yard s current director Christina Ørskov We look forward to a good and constructive cooperation with Lars Fischer in the Orskov spirit says Christina Ørskov Lars Fischer who will assume the position at Orskov Yard on 1 October will make up the future management of the yard along with Christina Ørskov Lars Fischer is 43 years old a resident of Frederikshavn a trained naval architect at Elsinore Engineering and has a solid background in the marine and offshore industry He has worked 20 years with rotating machinery and mechanical structures with emphasis on propulsion and pump solutions include supply vessels naval vessels fishing vessels and oil gas production Source Orskov Yard Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the maritime industry How sustainable scrapping should look like OMT competing for Australian warships Port Expansion worth 358 million on Lindø Hempel s new CEO has acceded Record year for Fayard Henrik Sørensen is the manager of the year New trawler order for Karstensens Shipyard

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18417 (2016-05-01)
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