Port of Aalborg: HJHansen Recycling group is expanding massively at the Port of Aalborg
photo: Port of Aalborg The recycling company HJHansen Recycling Group is expanding at the Port of Aalborg with a new berth from which they will be able to ship up to 30,000 tons of iron and metal for recycling. This is a great benefit for both the scrap suppliers in North Jutland and the development of the entire port area. Since 1996, HJHansen Recycling Group has had a berth at the Port of Aalborg, from where [...].
Port of Næstved: Port of Næstved and Ardagh have extended their partnership by 10 years
Ardagh has entered into a renewed contract with the Port of Næstved for the lease of land and buildings at the port for the reception and storage of raw materials for glass production at the glassworks in Holmegaard. The agreement has been entered into in continuation of the City Council's decision that the port must leave the city center no later than 2034 and Ardagh agrees that the activities may have to be moved [...].
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 [...].
A fender can almost best be explained as the maritime version of a bumper. Fenders protect the ship from damage from collisions with other ships or the dock, much like a bumper protects a driver in an accident. However, docking a ship is not quite comparable to parking a small Fiat [...].
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 [...].