Port of Rønne hosts Open Harbour
On Saturday, April 15, the port of Rønne will open its doors to all interested citizens at an Open Port event. In the last few years, the port of Rønne has been expanded and future-proofed so that it can appear as a modern and up-to-date port. In recent years, many neighbors and local Bornholmers have witnessed the [...]...
New mapping of Danish ports launched
The Ministry of Transport is conducting a mapping of the Danish commercial ports, their roles and importance for different sectors as well as an analysis of the availability of electricity and green fuels in ports. The parties behind Infrastructure Plan 2035 (the Government (S, V, M) and EL, SF, RV, ALT, KF, LA and DF) have initiated an analysis of the Danish commercial ports (a so-called Port Atlas). It [...]
Funding Day 2023
You are hereby invited to the DH Foundation Day on May 11, 2023, 10:00-14:30 at the Port of Fredericia. At the day, you will be able to hear about: And last but not least, there will be an opportunity to network with colleagues and experts - plenty of time has been set aside during the day. If you are interested, please send [...]
Port of Skagen delivers the best annual accounts in history
A high level of activity throughout 2022 means that the accounts for 2022 will be the best ever for the Port of Skagen. Both revenue and profit have increased significantly compared to previous years as a consequence of the increased activity. The total revenue amounted to DKK 78.6 million and the result was DKK 26.8 million. Throughout the years, the Port of Skagen has [...]...
Distribution of funds from the port pool published
The Danish Transport Authority has just distributed DKK 50 million from the port pool created by the parties behind the Infrastructure Plan 2035. The specific distribution of the funds can be found here. The pool has been established in recognition of the fact that Danish ports play a key role in Danish infrastructure, supply and green transition. The total amount applied for was more than three times [...].
Danish Ports: Without political initiatives, we risk slowing down the development of Danish ports
The article was published in Altinget Transport 1/3/2023 and can be read here. In many ways, the last few years have been atypical for ports in Denmark. Inflation, the energy crisis, Covid-19 and not least the war in Ukraine have affected port operations. Despite this, Danish ports have positive expectations for the coming [...].
Port of Grenaa qualifies for the super league for Danish ports
Once again, the Port of Grenaa is making a positive impression. The port has been awarded the blue stamp within three important ISO standards and is now ready to continue the positive development the port has been in since 2015. Now the port has paper proof that the quality, environment and working environment are top-notch. This is good for customers, the environment [...].
Active politicians are natural on the boards of politically owned companies - including Søren Gade
The above article was published in Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten on Monday, January 30, 2023. A large port that is very much oriented towards the outside world gets a chairman of the board who, as a member of the European Parliament, has a large European political network and, as a former minister of defense and officer, has unique insight into and understanding of the defense's need for interaction with ports. The port achieves [...].
Port of Grenaa wants to be involved when wind turbines are recycled
Grenaa and the Port of Grenaa can become one of several hotspots for reuse, recycling and upcycling of wind turbines when existing wind turbines are dismantled and removed from their original location. This is clear after the Port of Grenaa has been involved in four years of developing collaboration with other European knowledge-intensive partners, including several universities, all of whom see a future [...].