ADP: Evida and ADP to collaborate on hydrogen infrastructure
The national gas distributor Evida and the logistics and port group ADP will integrate local and regional hydrogen infrastructure in the Fredericia area. As an important step in the further cooperation on the establishment of local and regional hydrogen infrastructure, the parties have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), so that they will be able to work together from the planning phase through to construction and operation.
German port sales to China may be stopped
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's controversial plan to sell part of the container terminal at the Port of Hamburg to China may now be blocked by German security authorities, according to the magazine Søfart. Germany's Federal Office for Information Security has now classified the port as "critical infrastructure", which means that the government in Berlin will have to reassess the entire sale and perhaps ultimately [...]
Port actors: Move freight transport out to sea and make it both cheaper and greener There are clear climate and congestion benefits to be gained when goods are shipped instead of driven. To succeed, it's all about challenging habitual thinking, write Danske Havne, Danske Rederier, Danske Maritime & Danske Shipping- og Portnevirksomheder. The post is [...]
Drones will now be tested as pilots at the Port of Esbjerg
During the spring, VesCo will move into the Port of Esbjerg to realize the possibility of pilotage by drone. VesCo is owned by DanPilot. Renewal and digitization are important to maintain both efficiency and safety for navigating busy ports, says Port Esbjerg's CEO. The Port of Esbjerg is one of the busiest ports in Denmark [...].
No more pressure on supply chains
New figures show that after the Suez blockade and Corona lockdowns in the years 2020-2022, supply chains around the world are now operating normally. From the beginning of 2020, the Corona pandemic put all kinds of obstacles in the way of moving goods around, and container ports around the world were hit by delays. At one point, dozens of ships were anchored off the California coast because [...]...
The Port of Næstved is good business for Næstved
The Port Board at the Port of Næstved has been reluctant to react to the municipality's study of the future of the port, which was carried out by COWI. The reason is that the Port Board believes that the customer and market analysis is crucial for the further positioning of the port's future. In December 2022, EY-Parthenon wrote in their memo that not enough research has been done to [...].
Changes in the Board of Directors in Associated Danish Ports A/S and its subsidiary Taulov Dry Port A/S
In connection with the annual general meeting in Associated Danish Ports A/S, which will be held on March 28, 2023, the following changes are proposed in the boards of directors of Associated Danish Ports A/S and Taulov Dry Port A/S. The current board of directors consists of CEO Erik Østergaard, Chairman of the Board, Mayor Steen Wrist, Fredericia, Vice Chairman, CEO Jens Ellegaard Andersen, Lawyer, Brigadier General Christian [...].
Great results from Kolding Harbour
Satisfaction with the year 2022 at the port authority When presenting the annual report from the port authority Port of Kolding 2022, the board was satisfied with the results achieved in a challenging market with shortages and bottlenecks, as well as high freight prices and skyrocketing energy prices. "Yes - I must say that we in the port board are satisfied with the results [...].
ADP A/S delivers historically good results in an uncertain time
ADP continues to grow and delivers its best-ever annual result in 2022 with record growth in both revenue and earnings. In a year with a market situation characterized by greater uncertainty due to rising inflation and a changing energy market, ADP's overall core business delivers at a historically high level in 2022. Several business areas deliver double-digit growth rates [...].
EU wants to accelerate the green transition
This is a quote story. The original story can be read at Danmarks Radio here. In a new climate proposal, the European Commission proposes much, much faster processing times for applications for the construction of wind turbines. Among other things, the Commission proposes the introduction of so-called "silent approvals" - that is, when authorities are too slow to respond to applications [...].