Piracy on the agenda at the IMO

The UN's maritime organisation, the IMO, is now challenging Member States to get involved in the work against piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, and will be considering the topic at a meeting in May.

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20. January 2021

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Denmark at the forefront of raising security in the Gulf of Guinea

With the appointment of a new special representative for maritime security, the government is demonstrating…

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09. December 2020

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More freight in the EU to shift from road to sea

Today, the European Commission presented a strategy for a greener transport sector which will contribute to…

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20. November 2020

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Concerned minister met with shipping companies

Danish Minister of Defence Trine Bramsen today met with Jacob Meldgaard, Chairman of Danish Shipping and CEO…

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23. October 2020

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Disappointing proposal for climate action

An ambitious and clear climate regulation for shipping could not be agreed at the recent meetings of the…

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13. October 2020

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Easier to travel in the EU

Danish Shipping is looking forward to more predictable and transparent travel conditions after the Council…

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02. October 2020

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Reminder: Danish Digital Maritime Day on October 28th

At the end of October, Danish Digital Maritime Day will be held in a collaboration between Danish Maritime,…

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Publikationer

11. June 2020

Executive summary - Climate Partnership for The Blue Dennmark

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03. June 2019

Danish Shipping Annual Report 2019 (UK)

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09. April 2019

Maritime Research, Executive report by DAMVAD Analytics

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22. June 2018

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