Henrik Carstensen presents the Port of Hanstholm - Port of the Week
Henrik Carstensen, Port Director of the Port of Hanstholm, presents Port of the Week The picture shows Henrik Carstensen, Port Director of the Port of Hanstholm Henrik Carstensen, Port Director of the Port of Hanstholm, presents Port of the Week. Hear more about being a new port director and taking the lead at the Port of Hanstholm, about collaborating for success and securing more foreign shipowners for the port, about [...].
Benny Carlsen presents Helsingør Havne - Port of the Week
Benny Carlsen, Port Manager at Helsingør Havne, presents Port of the Week The picture shows Benny Carlsen, Port Manager, Helsingør Havne Benny Carlsen, Port Manager at Helsingør Havne, presents Port of the Week. Hear more about what it's like to run a port with over 1 million visitors and about seeing his new DKK 1 million tractor drive out into the harbor. [...]
“Tommelise” på turne til danske havne
En række danske havne danner i juli og august rammen om danseforestillingen ”Tommelise” – et vandeventyr. Der bliver fri adgang for alle, og publikum får mulighed for at opleve havnen med helt nye øjne. Deltagere i Danske Havnes Havnekonference i foråret 2014 fik en forsmag på Dansekompagniet Ingrid Kristensen & Co’s dans. Forestillingen ”Tommelise” opføres […]
Lasse Olsen presents the Port of Faaborg - Port of the Week
Lasse Olsen, harbor master at the Port of Faaborg, presents Port of the Week. The picture shows Lasse Olsen, harbor master, Port of Faaborg Finland to Funen - how the Finnish weather helps cruise activity in Faaborg, about getting shore power for commercial vessels and how good colleagues do the job best. What do you do at the Port of Faaborg - what is your area of responsibility? It [...]
Report a special rule
The Danish Transport Authority launches the initiative "Report a special rule". At the meeting of the Industry Panel for Ports on June 24, 2015, it was agreed that the Danish Transport Authority will launch the initiative "Report a special rule" in the port area. The Danish Transport Authority has had positive experiences with a similar initiative in the aviation area. The Danish Transport Authority will provide information on the website and send out a newsletter in which the agency will encourage [...].
The recipe for growth in short sea shipping
The major challenges and potentials of short sea shipping were the focal point of the ShortSea15 conference at Copenhagen Business School on June 18-19, 2015, which was also an opportunity for strong networking with several Danish and European ports, operators and shipping companies among the participants. Leaders from European ports, operators and shipowners came together on June 18-19, 2015 to create visibility around challenges and [...].
TØF Port Conference October 5, 2015
Market trends and Green Transition are the important topics at this year's port conference of the Transport Economic Association. Port customers will talk about their strategies and expectations of ports. The conference is hosted by the Port of Odense/ Lindøterminalen. TØF continues the good tradition of bringing together important players in transportation and logistics for an annual conference based on [...].
It's all about port transformation and redefining the role of ports in creating blue growth when the Port Executive Seminar 2015 takes place in Copenhagen on October 8-9, 2015. The workshop is targeted at CEOs and executives in the European port sector. Read a short interview with Peter de Langen, one of the sharp market experts [...]
Challenge: Clean and maintain navigation channels
Danish Ports wants a wide range of options in relation to sediment management. A new executive order on by-pass and recovery is a step in the right direction. But it is important that the management is not pushed into a hierarchy where the necessary technical and economic considerations are not taken into account by ports. Danish ports clean and maintain navigation channels [...].
SafeSeaNet: Authorities need to talk to each other
Put your speeches and legislation into practice. That's the short answer when it comes to reporting to the authorities via SafeSeaNet. It is necessary for the authorities to think beyond their own narrow needs and habits and comply with political wishes and current legislation. There is a need to inform [...].