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  • Short News » Jesper T. Lok leaves DSB
    Jesper T Lok leaves DSB 01 09 2014 12 00 00 Tweet Short News Only two and a half years after Jesper T Lok left the position of CEO in Svitzer to become new CEO of DSB he is now stepping down He has accepted a new job as the head of an international company Our CEO has decided to venture out in search of new challenges and in the months to come the board will find Jesper s successor wrote the DSB chairman Peter Schütze Jesper T Lok resigns when a successor is in place however it will be no later than August 31st 2015 There is currently no information as to which company he will be working for Source DSB Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in Greenland New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers Todays Top 5 New

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17898 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » Ferries may need to be renamed
    Services RSS Danish Maritime Fair Danish Ferries may need to be renamed 04 06 2014 12 00 00 Tweet Scandlines are considering giving the two unfinished ferries which the company bought from the shipyard in Stralsund other names than originally planned The two Ro Pax ferries now called Berlin and Copenhagen may need a name change This has been confirmed by the company Over the past three years after having started on the ferries there has happened so much says a spokeswoman for Scandlines A name change could therefore also be a symbol of a new beginning for the two ferries to be rebuilt and completed in Bloom Voss in Hamburg Source Täglicher Hafenbericht Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in Greenland New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is in good shape

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17703 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus
    Services RSS Danish Maritime Fair Danish Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus 12 02 2014 14 00 00 Tweet Plexus Holdings has signed a contract with Maersk Oils Danish department to provide wellheads and mud drilling equipment for an exploration drill in the Danish North Sea The value of the contract is estimated at 10 million kr The delivery is expected to start in June 2014 According to the contract British Plexus is to deliver its 18 3 4 POS GRIP surface abstraction and mud system for use on a standard pressure exploration well This contract gives Maersk Oil the opportunity to secure Plexus wellhead equipment for an additional wellbore Source Stock Market Wire Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in Greenland New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is in good shape

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17574 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » Ferries are facing ice problems
    00 00 Tweet The ice has started to pack so much in the Small island sea in the last few days that it will have influence on the ferry service to and from several of the small islands north of Lolland Femø Ferry is already sailing with delays of about 30 minutes There s a lot of ice right now Right now we totally pacified because of the ice said Malene Rydahl who is captain aboard the Femø ferry yesterday Monday to TV2 Øst Lolland Ferry says that the Asko ferry yesterday from 13 15 o clock Monday has started to sail according to its ice plan There are no details on the problems of the third of its ferry Fejø ferry Source People s Journal and TV2 Øst Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in Greenland New Head

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17550 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg
    Next task is to install two transformers weighing 160 tonnes each and the finer part of the installation work can begin The task is on schedule and transformer station is expected to be operational from July Source Bladt Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17541 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » RAL ship has problems in Greenland
    tomorrow The repair of the engine is performed while the ship is sailing This means that the sailing time is extended Therefore the ship sail around Maniitsoq after leaving Nuuk and call again until after the Disko Bay on the return trip Source Royal Arctic Line Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17533 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers
    Fair Danish New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers 20 01 2014 12 00 00 Tweet Eva Bøje Errebo who celebrated her 25th anniversary in AP Møller in April 2012 is from 1 January 2014 appointed head of Broström segment of Maersk Tankers Eva Bøje Errebo began her career as a Shipping Pupil AP Møller Maersk on 1 April 1987 and completed her education from Shipping School in 1989 Eva has since spent the main part of his career in Maersk Tankers and include more than a decade of experience in VLCC Very Large Crude Carriers segment where she later has held the position of Head of Chartering Nova Tankers A S in Europe Source Maersk Tankers Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in Greenland New Head of Broström at Maersk Tankers Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17521 (2016-05-01)
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  • Short News » Maersk Oil expands exploration in Iraq
    Tweet Maersk Oil has acquired 40 percent of two exploration blocks in the north of Iraq Kurdistan Seller s oil company Repsol to keep 40 percent while the remaining 20 percent is owned by the Kurdish regional government To be present and active in one of the most promising exploration areas is a fundamental part of Maersk Oil s strategy Working for a daily production of 400 000 barrels per day in 2020 We expect that our commitment to Kurdistan will help that we can sustain this production target after 2020 says Jakob Thomasen CEO of Maersk Oil The two blocks Piramagrun and Qala DZE are located 150 kilometers east of the Kurdish regional capital of Erbil Maersk Oil acquired its first oil license in Kurdistan Sarsang in 2011 Source Maersk Oil Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Changed departure times to Agersø OW Bunker seeking protection in the US Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet Lauritzen sells capesize bulker Maersk doubles surcharge for queues Jesper T Lok leaves DSB Ferries may need to be renamed Maersk Oil signs contract with Plexus Ferries are facing ice problems Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg RAL ship has problems in

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17503 (2016-05-01)
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