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  • Services » Knud E. Hansen wins international award
    award ShipPax Award 2015 was awarded to Knud E Hansen for the design of CONRO vessel Atlantic Star The ship is designed with a ro ro area in the middle of the ship and space for containers on both ends of the ship Atlantic Star is an extremely effective ship in terms of transport capacity and fuel savings We are very proud to have been involved in this project By winning the ShipPax award makes it even better says Finn Wollesen Petersen CEO of Knud E Hansen There is room for 3 800 TEU and there is also a 28 900 square meter ro ro area aboard the Atlantic Star Atlantic Star s design also has other advantages The speed has increased by 10 percent while fuel consumption per TEU has fallen by 50 percent Source Knud E Hansen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Maritime Denmark media partner for MSSM Knud E Hansen wins international award Fund has awarded almost half a billion kr Engineer school increases numbers 2015 was challenging for the DMA More charges in OW Bunker case International award for Danish researchers OW Bunker curators win important test case ATPI Griffinstone signs agreement

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18638 (2016-05-01)
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  • Industry » How sustainable scrapping should look like
    that wants to get on the EU list of approved facilities have to meet high environmental and safety standards The EU clearly states An unprotected beach will never be an appropriate place for a high risk heavy industries involving hazardous waste said Ingvild Jenssen political director of the NGO Shipbreaking Platform The EU s list of authorized ship recycling facilities will be a global reference point for sustainable ship recycling NGO Shipbreaking Platform wrote This will reward those companies that already have or are willing to invest in the necessary infrastructure and employment of fully trained workers to provide a safe and environmentally sound recycling practices For shipowners the EU list will be the only guarantee that their discarded ships do not harm workers or the environment While only ships sailing an EU flag are legally obliged to use a EU approved facility any shipping company in the world with a responsible policy should use EU approved facilities to prove their efforts said Ingvild Jenssen Source NGO Shipbreaking Platform 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18639 (2016-05-01)
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  • Shipping » Lauritzen Foundation expands board
    of Lauritzen Fonden from April 10 He has 35 years of experience in the maritime sector including Maersk Clipper and Nordic Tankers He has since 2013 been CEO of the Investment Fund for Developing Countries IFU With Tommy Thomsen s diverse background and many years of experience in shipping fund management strategy development and financial management his skills could greatly contribute to the foundation s commercial part but also the non profit and social parts With Tommy Thomsen s entry into the foundation the Board now consists of nine members whereas three of them are employee representatives Lauritzen Foundation is a commercial foundation which besides being the parent company of J Lauritzen A S and DFDS A S distributes between 20 and 30 million kroner for projects with social cultural educational and maritime focus each year Source Lauritzen Fonden Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News New Samsø Ferry is in good shape A2SEA to install Arkona Wind Farm New ARK contract for DFDS Clipper Group joins Green Ship Bladt finished with Sand Bank project Delisting of Mols Linien shares postponed Mols Linien bids on routes to Bornholm Lauritzen Foundation expands board Drastic changes underway in Maersk Cargo

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18640 (2016-05-01)
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  • Shipping » Drastic changes underway in Maersk
    changing all the time and we looked quite different compared to 10 20 years ago says Michael Pram Rasmussen The five business areas which the Group today consists of are developed from previous major upheavals in the company 50 years ago the company earned money from other areas Currently several business areas are under pressure and Michael Pram Rasmussen admits that earnings in the past have not been satisfactory Although the potential might be stagnating we may use it to our advantage The idea is that you need to change to maintain and I think we have actually have done that But you shouldn t say that nothing is working after having a difficult year One should not panic he says The Board has not taken any final decisions and it is therefore not clear which markets and how far from the current areas that the board of A P Møller Maersk is discussing the possibilities A P Møller Maersk had net sales of 267 8 billion kroner and a profit after tax of 6 1 billion kroner in 2015 Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News New Samsø Ferry is in good shape A2SEA to install Arkona Wind Farm

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18641 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines
    several ways including transport and storage We have unloaded all three transformer units in Esbjerg In addition we were in charge of transport and storage of the units The agreement also includes transport and the loading of units when they re installed later this year Finally we are agents of the barges transporting both the big jacket and the platform says Mikkel Puggaard who is project manager at Blue Water Blue Water has also entered into an agency agreement with two of the subcontractors of the platform Hollandia Offshore BV and HSM Offshore BV We have arranged for the accommodation of all personnel who will be staying together in one complex It makes transportation to and from the port easier We coordinate all port arrivals and helps solve various tasks for HSM during the project Since we are available 24 hours a day we can quickly help if something unexpected occurs such as illness says Mikkel Puggaard Source Blue Water Shipping Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18642 (2016-05-01)
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  • Shipping » Cargo ship aground at Skagen
    at 18 09 according to duty officer at the Defence Operation Centre The ship should be pulled loose by a tugboat sometime during Monday The grounding is quite undramatic as the seabed off the northernmost point of Denmark largely consists of sand there has been no damage to the vessel The ship has been authorized to try to get free from the sand bank when there is high tide on Monday There is no cause of the grounding yet The North Jutland Police has checked the ship and crew with the help of Skagen Rescue Station No persons were affected by alcohol The grounding is therefore considered an accident The ship which was loaded with steel rollers was on the way from Holland to Halmstad in Sweden It is currently still at the site where the grounding occurred and there is no tugboat by the ship Source TV2 Nord and the editors of Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News New Samsø Ferry is in good shape A2SEA to install Arkona Wind Farm New ARK contract for DFDS Clipper Group joins Green Ship Bladt finished with Sand Bank project Delisting of Mols Linien shares postponed Mols Linien bids

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  • Services » Fund has awarded almost half a billion kr.
    and 99 million kroner to business purposes in the form of special loans The distributions are as follows Operational optimization 110 projects 137 1 million kroner Education 220 projects 100 9 million kroner Environment 64 projects 70 3 million kroner Recruitment 26 projects 49 7 million kroner Other 112 projects 73 million kroner In total 532 projects reached a total of 430 9 million kroner in support In the fund s last board meeting in March 2016 approximately 18 million kroner was distributed The Fund will continue to provide information via a newsletter and projects will individually be described on the fund s website after each board meeting The Fund s distribution policy is also available on their website The distribution policy is a reflection a description of the Fund s actual precedent and formulated so precisely that it will be possible for an applicant to assess whether a project idea within the contemplation of the Blue Denmark as long as it s within the maritime area We naturally hope that 2016 will also offer many good projects said Carsten Melchiors head of the Fund Secretariat More than 200 different beneficiaries from the Blue Denmark have so far been benefited from donations The Danish Maritime Fund is a private operating foundation established by law in 2005 The Fund for donations is derived from the Fund s ownership of 10 of the shares in Danish Ship Finance At year end 2015 the Fund had a bulging cash equivalent of 166 million kroner You can read more on the foundation s website HERE Source Den Danske Maritime Fond Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Maritime Denmark media partner for MSSM Knud E Hansen wins international award Fund has awarded almost half a billion kr Engineer school increases numbers 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18644 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park
    kroner and net profit was 13 million kroner The figures for 2014 were respectively 120 million and 21 million kroner We have chosen to focus Lindø Industrial Park towards blue industries with special area and logistic requirements and the result of this specialization is a change between a year with projects with high pressure on all segments and services and the resulting high turnover and the starting projects with lower revenue during the initial project months such as 2015 says CEO Carsten Aa The turnover in the logistics and transport segments was reduced causing a decline on the total revenue The board and management sees profit as satisfactory and expected since the focus on the maritime and offshore markets is mainly project oriented and operates with long phasing in processes The board and management are jointly characterized by the continued and more than doubled investment effort which is partly in the extension of the industrial park s production area which has proved necessary in the larger project settlements and partly in the cost of improvements of leased buildings We are starting to see the pattern that the blue market and the businesses at Lindø are working towards and the conditions we as a supplier and partner have to be able to meet says Carsten Aa Lindø Industrial Park A S had 23 employees by the end of 2015 In 2015 an average of approximately 2 000 people were employed in Lindø Industrial Park Source Lindø Industrial Park A S Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the North Sea Cutbacks in DONG s Norwegian branch

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18645 (2016-05-01)
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