Du ved garanteret, hvad en yoyo, en momo, og måske endda også hvad FOMO er. Men hvad med en RoRo? Nok ikke, vel? Det gør du sporenstregs. Om ikke andet har du med statsgaranti været afhængig af en RoRo før, hvis du er bilejer, har taget linje 5C til Nørreport, eller har proppet stationcaren med […]
New crane makes Port Esbjerg the most well-equipped port in Denmark
Before Christmas, a new crane crashed on its way to Port Esbjerg, but on the second attempt, the transportation went smoothly. And yesterday, the first of Port Esbjerg's two new Liebherr cranes performed its first lift. LHM 800 is the world's largest of its kind and supplements the five mobile Liebherr harbor cranes already working on the quays. [...]
When housing construction and port operations collide: Boatyards in Rødbyhavn fear the consequences
This is a quote story. The original story can be read at Maritime Shipping here. Those familiar with the port industry will know that this is not the first time a case of this nature has arisen. Unfortunately, it is unlikely to be the last. The Danish group Bach Gruppen intends to launch a major construction project in Rødbyhavn, which will partly [...].
Danish Ports Association: Port expansions are necessary for climate action
The green transition is in full swing, and Danish commercial ports are to a large extent pivotal points. Therefore, port expansions are necessary, because the future requires more space, writes Tine Kirk. The debate post was published in Altinget Transport on 25/1/2023 When ports want to expand their areas, local discussions arise from time to time. Is it necessary now? [...]
Port of Vordingborg has quintupled cargo turnover in 10 years
Things are practically running smoothly at the Port of Vordingborg. The development strategy is bearing fruit and is now manifesting itself in concrete terms. Freight turnover has increased fivefold and new green businesses are emerging. This is really putting Vordingborg Municipality on the map. Spillover effect The commercial port in Vordingborg is doing well. This is clearly seen in the amount of cargo turnover, which [...].
Stop romanticizing port housing
Active commercial ports and housing in the same place is fundamentally a bad idea. It may sound romantic, with views of beautiful ships, water and seagulls, but the reality is also smoke, dust and noise. The commercial port is necessary for all of us. Housing can easily be located elsewhere. By Karina Lyngbak Sørensen, Business Policy Consultant, Danish Ports Association. The opinion piece [...]
Green transition & Sustainability
Unique collaboration in place: today six leading wind ports joined forces to address the European offshore wind challenge
Today, the European Offshore Wind Strategy targets to establish at least 65 GW of offshore wind by 2030. A high figure. Especially considering that there is currently just over 13 GW on the seas around Europe. In other words, Europe is aiming to install five times as much offshore wind in the next 8 years as [...].
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word "clapping"? The deafening clamor and vigor of a clap cake at a children's birthday party? Or maybe the flaps we have on our hearts to stop the blood from flowing the wrong way? Both of these possible associations have something to do with the word "flap", and you don't want to [...].
Boom in shore power sales at the Port of Skagen
In 2021, the Port of Skagen could put the new shore power system - Denmark's most flexible - into operation. A shore power system with the possibility of connecting as many as ten vessels at a time with individual voltage levels and frequencies. An investment of DKK 10 million with sustainability and the green transition in mind. In 2022, the Port of Skagen has experienced a boom in [...]