Bladt Industries invests in large expansion

The Danish industrial group Bladt Industries now invests in a large expansion of the production facilities in Denmark. With the expansion, Bladt Industries will be among the first suppliers to produce the foundations for future offshore wind turbines reaching a height of up to 250 to 300 metersThe Danish industrial group Bladt Industries now invests in a large expansion of the production facilities in Denmark. With the expansion, Bladt Industries will be among the first suppliers to produce the foundations for future offshore wind turbines reaching a height of up to 250 to 300 metersRead More

Maersk Tankers and Cargill team up

Maersk Tankers and Cargill are embarking on a strategic partnership to combine their bunker volumes, offering a new bunker procurement service to tramp shipping companies and trading houses. The initial goal is to procure bunker fuel for Cargill and Maersk Tankers’ combined fleet, while aiming to attract additional customers.Maersk Tankers and Cargill are embarking on a strategic partnership to combine their bunker volumes, offering a new bunker procurement service to tramp shipping companies and trading houses. The initial goal is to procure bunker fuel for Cargill and Maersk Tankers’ combined fleet, while aiming to attract additional customers.Read More

Piracy on the agenda at the IMO

The world’s most dangerous waters, the Gulf of Guinea off the coast of West Africa, are now a major topic on the agenda of the United Nations’ International Maritime Organization, the IMO. The topic is to be discussed at the next meeting of the Maritime Safety Committee in May.The world’s most dangerous waters, the Gulf of Guinea off the coast of West Africa, are now a major topic on the agenda of the United Nations’ International Maritime Organization, the IMO. The topic is to be discussed at the next meeting of the Maritime Safety Committee in May.Read More

Smyril Line invests in ferry retrofit

In collaboration with naval architects Hauschildt Marine and shipyard Fayard, Smyril Line’s ro-pax ship Norröna has been retrofitted with more luxurious facilities. The retrofit involves 50 new luxury cabins being added. Room for the luxury cabins was found by moving the crew’s cabins to a different location.In collaboration with naval architects Hauschildt Marine and shipyard Fayard, Smyril Line’s ro-pax ship Norröna has been retrofitted with more luxurious facilities. The retrofit involves 50 new luxury cabins being added. Room for the luxury cabins was found by moving the crew’s cabins to a different location.Read More

Maersk delivers strong results in 2020

2020 has been a solid year for A.P. Moller – Maersk, both in terms of financial performance and in transforming the company. Despite low volumes during most of 2020, profitability grew throughout the first nine months and ended the year with record Q4 results.2020 has been a solid year for A.P. Moller – Maersk, both in terms of financial performance and in transforming the company. Despite low volumes during most of 2020, profitability grew throughout the first nine months and ended the year with record Q4 results.Read More

Norden celebrates 150-year anniversary

On February 11, Norden celebrated its 150th anniversary. It has been through several transformations in response to the changing world of global trade. From a small Danish steamship owner, to a leading global player in the dry cargo and product tanker markets.On February 11, Norden celebrated its 150th anniversary. It has been through several transformations in response to the changing world of global trade. From a small Danish steamship owner, to a leading global player in the dry cargo and product tanker markets.Read More

Denmark strengthens its arctic defence

The Danish Government and some of the opposition parties in the Danish Parlament have entered into a framework agreement on the strengthening of the Danish Defence capabilities in the Arctic and the North Atlantic.The Danish Government and some of the opposition parties in the Danish Parlament have entered into a framework agreement on the strengthening of the Danish Defence capabilities in the Arctic and the North Atlantic.Read More

Vestas net profit of 771 million euro

In a challenging year, Vestas revenue increased while earnings decreased in 2020, and free cash flow stayed at around the same level. For 2021, Vestas expects revenue to range between EUR 16bn and 17bn, including service revenue, which is expected to grow by approx. 15 percent.In a challenging year, Vestas revenue increased while earnings decreased in 2020, and free cash flow stayed at around the same level. For 2021, Vestas expects revenue to range between EUR 16bn and 17bn, including service revenue, which is expected to grow by approx. 15 percent.Read More

Maersk Supply Service appoints new CFO

Michael Koefoed will take on the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Maersk Supply Service as of 15 March 2021. Michael Koefoed, currently Head of Funding and Markets in A.P. Møller-Maersk, will replace Karl Thorngren who has decided to pursue new opportunities outside the corporate world.Michael Koefoed will take on the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Maersk Supply Service as of 15 March 2021. Michael Koefoed, currently Head of Funding and Markets in A.P. Møller-Maersk, will replace Karl Thorngren who has decided to pursue new opportunities outside the corporate world.Read More

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.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.Read More

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