Danish Ports: Greater demands on port infrastructure require more investment from the state
Ports are key players in the green transition in Denmark and perform work that is both climate-necessary and beneficial to the country. But the state must ensure faster processes and take on a much more aggressive investor role if the transition is to succeed and the climate goals are to be achieved, write CEO Carsten Aa and CEO Tine Kirk Pedersen. By Carsten Aa, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Danish Ports, CEO of Odense [...]
Soil creates a lot of activity at the Port of Kalundborg
The many large construction projects in Kalundborg generate significant amounts of soil that must be excavated and removed from the construction sites. Up to 150,000 tons of soil is shipped from the Port of Kalundborg to Masnedø near Vordingborg. Sailing the soil to Masnedø is actually a really good idea, because if it were transported by truck instead, it would [...].
Port of Skagen consolidates leading position in Danish fisheries
Although the Port of Skagen is already the market leader in Danish fisheries and Denmark's largest fishing port, statistics from the Danish Fisheries Agency for the first half of 2022 show that further market share is being gained. The volumes of fish landed in Denmark in the first half of 2022 have decreased significantly overall, but the Port of Skagen maintains the same volume as in 2021. The statistics show [...]...
ADP A/S invests heavily in PtX infrastructure
ADP A/S establishes the subsidiary ADP Energy Infrastructure A/S and strengthens its market-oriented efforts in the development of central infrastructure for the benefit of Denmark's green transition. With estimated investments of more than DKK 1 billion until 2030, the new subsidiary will be the next strategic step in the further development of Fredericia and the Triangle Region's infrastructure into the future hub for [...].
A.P. Moller - Maersk establishes their first sustainable warehouse in Denmark
A.P. Moller- Maersk today announces the establishment of the company's first-ever warehouse, which is realized in partnership with Taulov Dry Port and the two joint-venture partners ADP A/S and PFA Pension. The warehouse is part of Maersk's strategy to be present with distribution and logistics solutions in Denmark. "We are proud to announce our first sustainable warehouse [...].
ADP A/S with - yet another - solid and historically good half-year result.
The port company continues to grow and delivers double-digit growth rates in revenue and a very strong operating profit for the second year in a row. With a total revenue growth of 16.5% corresponding to 14.4 MDKK and an extraordinarily good operating profit of 49.1 MDKK, which is 7.6% better than the first half of 2021, ADP delivers a historically good half-year result. The revenue growth is broadly [...].
The Port of Rønne is the first port in Denmark to be certified according to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The Port of Rønne A/S has raised the bar in its green transition work. It has succeeded in becoming Denmark's first port to be certified according to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The global certification company DNV has already certified the port within four standards: quality, working environment, environment and social responsibility. - We want to take social responsibility, because it is a [...].
Mobility Watch: Cyber ghosts also in the ports
Danish ports experienced what can be called "irregular" cyber activity from the Russian side after the invasion of Ukraine on February 24th this year. This is according to the CEO of Danish Ports, Tine Kirk, to the online media MobilityWatch. The Center for Cyber Security generally encouraged people to be extra vigilant and give their security systems a "brush up". This prompted many to tighten up their [...].
New CEO for the Port of Kolding
Port Director with experience from both the public and private sectors. It is a future port director with experience from top positions in Falck as well as the current director position at a major player in the education sector, who is ready to take up the vacant position starting September 15th. "It has been a thorough process, we have [...].
EU support for Danish port
Port of Odense the only port among Danish recipients of EU funding The Port of Odense will have half of its expenses of approx. DKK 30 million covered by EU funding for preparations such as deepening the shipping channel and reinforcing the quay facilities to make the port even better suited as a wind port. The funds come from the EU's Connecting Europe Facility infrastructure fund, and Denmark [...]