Green power for port cranes and vehicles
Cranes that run on electricity 95% of the time and car fleets that are continuously switched to green power are the new reality of ports The green transition is well underway in Danish ports, and electrification of the ports is an important part of the green transition. A report to be published in a few days shows that ports are on the right track. Danish [...]
Together for the green ports of the future
Danish ports are in systematic dialog with customers about green behavior and sustainability, according to a new report Collaboration is the way forward. For the green transition, for Danish exports, for the marine environment. Danish ports have known this for a long time, because they make their living from collaboration - with shipowners and port companies, among others. But cooperation in the ports is about much more than [...].
Quay expansion increases warehouse capacity in Aalborg by almost 28,000 square meters
Strongly increasing demand for quayside storage capacity and growth in project cargo means that Port of Aalborg is now launching a quayside expansion at the East Port. For the first time in more than 30 years, Port of Aalborg is expanding its quay capacity. The country's largest inland port will soon put a major construction project out to tender, which involves a quay extension of 100 meters [...].
Historic expansion at the Port of Fredericia
The largest port expansion project in the history of the Port of Fredericia will in a few years double the container capacity and secure the Port of Fredericia for the increasing container and RO/RO cargo volumes of the future, while supporting ADP's goal of becoming fossil-free by 2030. A triple-digit million investment in a modern container terminal and a new RO/RO terminal will support the development of Fredericia [...].
Spotlight on Køge Harbour
The gateway to the east The Port of Køge is not just a port, it's also a transport center. And the Transport Center, one of Denmark's largest, is also a port. And therein lies one of the many strengths of the port, which is both 610 and 733 years old... Suddenly, down at the harbor, you pass a huge pile of [...].
Nice proposal for cruises
The Danish Ports Association has praised the Danish government for today's proposal "Closer - Green cities and a developing capital", which continues to improve air quality in Denmark. "I am very, very pleased that the government in the proposal recognizes the value of cruise tourism for Denmark and at the same time shows sustainable ways [...].
Spotlight on the Port of Aarhus
The harbor cranes are the city's landmark When you drive into Aarhus from the south and are lucky enough to land on Genvejen, you can look out over Aarhus from the top. Towers, hotels, spires. A real city center in the distance. And cranes. Big, beautiful cranes. The cranes visibly mark that this is the harbor, on the other side of the cathedral, [...].
Better infrastructure on Djursland: Member of the Danish Parliament's Transport Committee visited the Port of Grenaa
Andreas Steenberg (R), Finance spokesman and member of the Danish Parliament's Transport Committee, visited the Port of Grenaa on Monday, May 17th for a dialog about the port's infrastructural challenges. He was accompanied by the mayor of Norddjurs Municipality, Jan Petersen (S), who is fighting for Djursland to be prioritized in the government's infrastructure negotiations. Andreas Steenberg supports the Port of Grenaa and Jan Petersen's joint [...].
'Together for Sydhavnen' invites you to "Open Silo" on Saturday, May 22, 2021
The newly founded association Sammen om Sydhavnen wants to create an attractive and vibrant environment at Grenaa Sydhavn. On Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 13-16, the association will open the gates to Open Silo, where you can hear about the ideas and plans - and not least how you can get involved. The South Harbor in Grenaa will be an active [...]
New electric crane in use at the Port of Grenaa: "The timing is perfect"
The Port of Grenaa has really started to put green power in the tanks of the port's machines. The latest example of this is the port's new DKK 25 million investment - a mobile LHM 550 Liebherr crane, which has been put directly into use on a wind turbine project. Since the crane arrived at the Port of Grenaa at the end of March, it has [...]