Danish Ports to the Danish Parliament on the Pilotage Act
It has hardly escaped the attention of many maritime enthusiasts that the Pilotage Act is under review. Danish Ports supports a modernization of the pilotage schemes. A modernization where all stones are left unturned so that it is still possible to get a pilot for everyone who wants it at a reasonable price. This was the focus of Danish Ports' presentation to the Danish Parliament's Business, Growth and Export Committee [...].
Fishing ports can learn from Portugal and Spain
Fishing ports are developing differently across Europe. Old-fashioned practices can work just as effectively as modern technology. But what is certain is that fishing ports complement their core business with other businesses to ensure development, jobs and growth In the last week of April, Danish Ports organized a study trip for the Danish fishing ports. The trip went to the ports of Aveiro in [...].
Business manual for smaller ports
The manual for business development in smaller ports was presented to the Danish Ports Association's Group 33 ports. The keywords were value chains, SWOT analysis and customer centricity In the beginning of 2014, Danish Ports set up a working group of port managers from smaller commercial ports. The purpose of the working group's work was to develop a hands-on manual for business development in the smaller ports. [...]
European spotlight on Kolding
Respect for how Danish ports perform their tasks extends throughout Europe. The major European ports came to Kolding on April 29, 2014. They came to participate in ESPO's Marine Affairs and Security Committee. Cooperation and a common approach to some of the more technical and administrative challenges the ports face in relation to [...].
State ownership in ports
Date: May 12, 2014 Ports have come a long way since state ownership. Successive governments have pursued an active port policy - both through concrete investments and through an up-to-date framework in the Port Act. But what is the state's ownership of ports today? Minister of Transport Magnus Heunicke has made a brief status of the state's ownership and co-ownership of Danish ports and what [...].
The Chinese connection: CMP and Tianjin Port
CMP's chairman signed a cooperation agreement with the Port of Tianjin during the royal couple's visit to China CMP's chairman Peter Maskell participated in the business delegation that accompanied the royal couple in China. A good and long preparatory work and cooperation between the ports of Copenhagen and Tianjin just outside Beijing was crowned by the embassy's intervention and the presence of the royal couple with the signing of [...].
European port conference held in Gothenburg
Fair competition is the theme when the European trade organization for ports, ESPO, holds a conference in Gothenburg on 15-16 May Every year, the European trade organization for ports, ESPO, organizes a port conference. Danish Ports has been involved in putting its fingerprints on the conference, which was in need of a vitamin injection. The port conference takes place on May 15-16, 2014 in Gothenburg and ends with a visit to [...].
Business Conference: Growth in Denmark - a common challenge
At the 2014 Business Conference, KL focuses on the Danish growth challenge. All municipalities are concerned with how to create the best possible local framework conditions for businesses. It is about local jobs and the municipality's economy. But it is also about the future of the municipality as an attractive place to live, work and raise a family. A lot is about [...].
Environmental conference at Christiansborg
Conference on the environment in port cities June 4 at Christiansborg Clean air in ports and port cities is the theme of an environmental conference that Danish Ports is helping to organize as a warm-up to Danish Maritime Days in October 2014. The focus is on emissions from ships and investment in new infrastructure and interconnecting modes of transportation. The conference takes place [...].
Transport spokespersons want to stick to the ambition of Europe's best ports
4 MPs in great shape participated in the port conference and discussed port law, EU regulation and framework conditions for ports. There was clear support for the idea that together we must make the Danish ports the best in Europe Three important result points cut through the political debate at the Danish Ports' port conference in Grenaa. Firstly, there was political agreement that all ports [...].