Debate: More manpower and service checks to ensure ports' contribution to the climate fight
Ports can play a major role in the green transition, but it requires more hiring at the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and a serious update of the current Ports Act, writes Tine Kirk. The post was published in Altinget Transport on August 28, 2023. Both this and the previous government have made it clear that Denmark is the green leader in the climate fight, [...].
Port of Rønne: EU-funded study paves the way for local Power-to-X production of green fuels on Bornholm
Photo: Port of Roenne A/S There is a basis for producing green fuels on Bornholm. This is the conclusion of an EU-funded report, which over the past year has investigated the possibility of local Power-to-X production of green energy on Bornholm. Over the past year, an EU-funded report has investigated the possibility of local Power-to-X production of green energy on Bornholm. Behind [...]
ADP: ADP A/S delivers a solid, historically good half-year result
Photo: Associated Danish Ports A/S With a total revenue increase of 8.6% corresponding to 8.7 MDKK and an extraordinarily good result of 74.8 MDKK, which is 9.7% better than the first half of 2022, ADP delivers another historically good half-year result. The revenue growth occurs in several business areas in a year with fluctuations and generally greater uncertainty. [...]
Danish Ports to the Ports Partnership: service check of port legislation needed
The following was published on Mobiliwatch on August 20: by Tine Kirk, CEO, Danish Ports There is a good demand for port space these days. The vast majority of port areas are available for goods over quay, as around 75% of Denmark's foreign trade is carried out via a port quay. We are happy about this, as climate-friendly maritime transport relieves our heavily congested [...].
Freight transportation is the foundation of our society - we just don't think about it
By Jens Kirketerp Jensen, Managing Director, ADP EI and Chairman of Danish Rail Freight and Karina Lyngbak Sørensen, Business Policy Consultant, Danish Ports - published in Avisen Danmark Friday, June 30, 2023.07.05 Most of us would say that Denmark is a well-functioning society with a solid export economy, efficient production companies and plenty of goods on the shelves. However, it [...]...
Port of Odense and Fayard: collaboration expands with new 30-year agreement allowing for new investments in the future
Fayard A/S in action at the Port of Odense. Photo: Fayard A/S The major Danish shipyard Fayard is underlining its commitment to the Port of Odense with a new non-terminable 30-year agreement. The agreement ensures Fayard the best conditions for continued growth, while the Port of Odense can continue to work on future-proofing the port's capacity and infrastructure through [...].
Maersk expands methanol ship orders
According to ShippingWatch, Maersk has ordered six new methanol ships. They now have a total of 25 methanol ships on order, with the new ones expected to be delivered from China in 2026 and 2027. ShippingWatch also reports that the first ship is set to be delivered in Copenhagen this summer. The acquisition of the new ships is, according to Rabab Boulos, [...]
Port of Frederikshavn: Record result in Port of Frederikshavn
The result for the year amounts to 66.003 tDKK, which is 61.638 tDKK more than the result for 2021. An increase in turnover of 46%, an increase in gross profit of 66% compared to 2021 and finally an increase in operating profit (after depreciation) of 207% compared to 2021. Depreciation has increased 160% in the same period. The result [...]
Port of Køge: New agreement on wind turbines blows the Køge area into the green transition
The Port of Køge will be central to the establishment of Aflandshage Wind Farm. In 2026, the Øresund region will receive green electricity from wind turbines at Aflandshage, which corresponds to the consumption of 300,000 households per year, and a new agreement means that the Port of Køge will provide space for, among other things, pre-assembly and unloading of the wind turbines. When the Øresund Region from 2026 will receive [...]...