Sulphur pollution:Two companies reported

The Danish EPA has reported yet another two shipping companies to the police because their ships have been found to emit too much sulphur. Danish Shipping supports the move by the Danish authorities.

Read more

Latest news

14.09.2017 News

Autonomous ships require international regulation

The autonomous ships of the future are imminent, so it is important that international regulation and…

Read more
05.09.2017 News

A new guide to the Ballast Water Convention

Danish Shipping launches a new guide regarding the implementation of the Ballast Water Management Convention,…

Read more
15.08.2017 News

Danish Shipping: Assesment of existing regulation before new ship recycling initiatives

Effects of existing legislation must be known before introducing new initiatives, says a new report from the…

Read more
09.06.2017 News

EU ministers agree on good course for maritime transport policy

EU Ministers of Transportation send a strong signal of continued support for the European maritime sector at…

Read more
13.09.2017 News

“Wind in our sails” - EU to put more focus on key shipping priorities

The President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker held his annual State of the Union Wednesday.…

Read more
01.09.2017 News

Denmark to abolish registration fee for ships

Danish Shipping: A serious obstacle to the growth of vessels flying the Danish flag will be removed.

Read more
14.07.2017 News

The outline for shipping’s climate strategy finalized

The UN maritime organisation, IMO, has taken an important step to land a strategy for reducing greenhouse gas…

Read more
18.05.2017 News

Danish Shipowners’ Association becomes Danish Shipping

The Danish Shipowners’ Association updates its visual identity and changes its name to Danish Shipping.

Read more