Christiansborg sends 61 million to rebuild Exit 61
On Thursday, the Ministry of Transport announced that a total of DKK 61 million has been allocated for the reconstruction of Exit 61 at Taulov. The money comes from a pool of DKK 3.5 billion to be spent on projects that bind country and city closer together. And this is exactly what the rebuilding of Exit 61 ensures. The Fredericia and Taulov area has [...]
Taulov Dry Port launches a gigantic new phase of 60,000 m2 of warehouse and logistics construction for a total investment of DKK 420 million.
One of Denmark's largest warehouse and logistics construction projects is now underway in Taulov Dry Port. In just over a year, a 60,000 m2 modern warehouse and logistics building will be ready to meet the growing demand for modern warehouse facilities in a central location in Taulov near Fredericia. Following a tender process and a long period of planning and [...]...
Freight trains are now rolling in Esbjerg
LEO Pharma, with its factory and office in Esbjerg, has entered into an agreement with DB Cargo and Jutlandia Terminal A/S for the regular delivery of raw materials via the rail freight terminal at the Port of Esbjerg. In addition to the delivery to LEO Pharma, two weekly train calls to the freight rail terminal will make it both attractive and easier for other companies at the port to connect to the train [...].
Large reputable contractor to build Vordingborg Municipality's largest construction project
Vordingborg Municipality's largest civil engineering project will be built by M.J. Eriksson A/S in collaboration with Norrecco and the architectural and engineering consultancy firm, Sweco. The project is the new stage of the Port of Vordingborg, which comprises around 200,000 m2 of port area and 160 m of quay. "Throughout the entire tender phase, we have had a very good dialog with the Port of Vordingborg, and we are therefore very [...].
The state builds the Marseli tunnel
A broad majority in the Danish Parliament has just decided to build a tunnel between Marselis Boulevard and the Port of Aarhus. The Marselis tunnel will be built and paid for by state funds, and the project has an estimated construction cost of DKK 2.7 billion. "This is a significant recognition that the Port of Aarhus is Denmark's port and Denmark's international port. With the [...].
Great deal but deepening of shipping lanes is still missing
"Danish ports create a lot of jobs, and we aim for this potential to be further unleashed in future business policy agreements," says Tine Kirk, CEO of the Danish Ports Association, which organizes the Danish commercial ports. Today's infrastructure agreement takes into account the ports' hinterland but not the sea routes, and this is a mistake, according to the port organization. Today's major political agreement on investing the entire [...]...
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 three-digit million investment in a modern container terminal and a new RO/RO terminal will support the development of Fredericia [...].
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 [...].
Good with green pool for Danish ferries
"It is good news just before the Great Prayer Day holiday that the government and the supporting parties have agreed on a pool of DKK 200 million to convert municipal ferries to more green operations". These are the words of Tine Kirk, CEO of the Danish Ports Association, commenting on today's political agreement on the green conversion of Denmark's 66 municipal [...].