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  • Industry » Hvide Sande-shipyard changes name
    come along It has been decided to combine the three departments under one common name that clearly indicates which tasks can be handled The company s new name is Hvide Sande Shipyard Steel and Service In connection with the name change a new logo and a brand new website have been designed HVSA DK supports the new profile The changes have been continuously implemented over the past few days and will be ready on 1 July With a central location for comprehensive activities in the North Sea Hvide Sande Shipyard Steel and Service has built and serviced ships and produced advanced steel and aluminum structures on a high documentable level for many years The company develops and manufactures high quality solutions for the biggest companies in the offshore industry and provide services in and around Hvide Sande harbor and has great ambitions for creating growth also internationally Source Hvide Sande Shipyard Steel and Service 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18419 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Denmark gets maritime top position
    and equal access to markets increased focus on research and innovation not least for the benefit of first movers of new technology among both suppliers and shipowners as well as to promote the mutual recognition of approvals in countries class companies making it easier and cheaper to bring new products to the market says Kjeld Dittmann The 18 member states of the European maritime industry organization SEA Europe elected a new president today when they met in Istanbul at the annual general meeting the General Assembly Kjeld Dittmann will manage the organization and represent the European maritime industry in international fora and at meetings with the relevant EU Commissioners the next two years He replaces Govert Hamers Kjeld Dittmann will deal with both shipyards and manufacturers of marine equipment The maritime companies in Europe have an annual turnover of over 90 billion euros and employs approximately 500 000 employees The European maritime industry is the world leader in the development and production of innovative maritime technology The yards focuses on passenger ships offshore vessels and other special vessels Source Danske Maritime Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity in Scanel Growth potential in the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18405 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Bladt and Semco receive offshore order
    area is knowledge experience and cooperation And not only cooperation between Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime but also close cooperation with our customers says Jan Kjærsgaard CEO Bladt Industries The substation is delivered in Q4 2016 Bladt Industries is to build the station in close cooperation with the longtime partner in the field Semco Maritime while ISC Consulting Engineers will be responsible for the structural design The first phase of the project has begun Bladt Industries is the general contractor responsible for the substation steel structure and the overall coordination of engineering project procurement construction and installation Semco Maritime s responsibilities include design engineering tasks on land and offshore deployment of electrical and other technical systems Bligh Bank II wind farm to be built in the North Sea 45 kilometers off Zeebrugge in Belgium The 50 offshore wind turbines can produce 165 megawatts The 1 100 ton transformer converts wind turbines 33 kV to 220 kV The current is sent ashore via an existing submarine cable which is shared with the nearby wind park Northwind which Bladt Semco delivered the substation for in 2014 Source Bladt Industries Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18395 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Bladt and Semco receive offshore order
    area is knowledge experience and cooperation And not only cooperation between Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime but also close cooperation with our customers says Jan Kjærsgaard CEO Bladt Industries The substation is delivered in Q4 2016 Bladt Industries is to build the station in close cooperation with the longtime partner in the field Semco Maritime while ISC Consulting Engineers will be responsible for the structural design The first phase of the project has begun Bladt Industries is the general contractor responsible for the substation steel structure and the overall coordination of engineering project procurement construction and installation Semco Maritime s responsibilities include design engineering tasks on land and offshore deployment of electrical and other technical systems Bligh Bank II wind farm to be built in the North Sea 45 kilometers off Zeebrugge in Belgium The 50 offshore wind turbines can produce 165 megawatts The 1 100 ton transformer converts wind turbines 33 kV to 220 kV The current is sent ashore via an existing submarine cable which is shared with the nearby wind park Northwind which Bladt Semco delivered the substation for in 2014 Source Bladt Industries Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The maritime creates prosperity

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18396 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Blade factory in Nakskov reopens
    Danish Maritime Fair Danish Blade factory in Nakskov reopens 14 06 2015 08 00 00 Tweet During the second half of the year MHI Vestas Offshore Wind will reopen the former Vestas factory in Nakskov to produce wind turbine blades The plan is to produce blades of up to 80 meters MHI Vestas expects to employ around 50 people according to the press and communications officer Matthew K Whitby According to the company they re not planning on hiring more than 50 people for the factory which was built and put into operation back in 1999 2000 Vestas ceased blade production in Nakskov in 2010 and several hundred employees were then fired Source Folketidende 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 MAN Diesel Turbo accused of fraud Immediate injunction for Fayard New green scrubber solution Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is in good

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18402 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Fayard Director denies underpayment
    of employment that my direct subcontractor uses says director and shipyard owner Thomas Andersen to fyens dk TV2 Fyn unveiled that a number of employment contracts prove that HH Group via a subcontractor has mediated Polish labor to 54 kroner per hour and working weeks of up to 60 hours and that the staff can be discarded with a day s notice Fyens Stiftstidende is also in possession of a copy of the contracts Fayards director denies knowledge of these facts It also remains unclear whether the people who have been employed at the mentioned conditions have worked at the shipyard or at other companies in Lindø Industrial Park The director denies that there is underpayment and social dumping at Fayard It s not how we work I will not contribute to the kind of conditions We have signed guarantees from our suppliers that they comply with agreements safety etc And if I count back on the amount I pay for my suppliers I can see that they can easily pay contractual wages out of it says Thomas Andersen The yard is still not finished investigating the case Source fyens dk Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18409 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » Nice profit at Søby Shipyard
    carpentry workshop in September 2013 The insurance is included in accordance with the accounts The amount will be written off after the normal depreciation rules for buildings says the director of Søby Shipyard Roar Falkenberg to fyens dk The carpenter workshop was the oldest part of Søby Shipyard and dates back to the early 1960s According to the shipyard director the new workshop is expected to be opened in the course of a month and a half Roar Falkenberg looks to the future The yard s order book is full until the summer holidays and the budget is kept until May He hopes for an early decision on the extension of the port or at least a temporary solution as the yard often experience lack of space The physical environment in the port has its limits The shipyard area is completely stuffed at the moment and it often happens that a ship has to sail right out of the harbor and back in again so we can get it right says Roar Falkenberg 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18374 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » From shipbuilding nation to maritime nation
    undergone with great success in the last 20 30 years where new companies have grown from the old shipyards and that the maritime companies today have overall higher profits and higher productivity than the yards they have replaced Thomas Roslyng Olesen Ph D CBS Maritime talked about Denmark s transformation from a shipbuilding nation to a maritime nation His message was that the companies that have emerged from the defunct large yards earn more money have roughly the same turnover fewer employees and overall have higher productivity Employees also have a completely different educational profile with higher education than before where there was a lot of shipyard workers in blue overalls Education and Research Minister Sofie Carsten Nielsen called the maritime industry a prime example of how it is possible to turn a business successfully She believes it is largely due to innovative companies and individuals who have been able to take over where the major shipyards are weak and has managed to reinvent the maritime industry She noted that the government is very aware of the maritime industry being a very important sector with many jobs and continuing opportunities to develop not least because the industry is responsible for green technologies which is in growing demand She highlighted the maritime industry as particularly adaptable something that other industries could learn something from In the final debate between a number of Mps the fact that Denmark is the only EU country providing the construction of naval vessels in EU procurement was discussed Bjarne Laustsen S noted in this connection that it makes no sense to offer 53 naval vessels as the only EU country where the Danish shipyards are not able to bid on other countries warships Source Danske Maritime Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News The

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18379 (2016-05-01)
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