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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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14. September 2020

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Migrants transferred to NGO ship

The 27 migrants who were rescued by the Danish tanker Maersk Etienne on 5 August have now been transferred to…

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21. August 2020

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A review of the shipping industry after 6 months of COVID-19

All the shipping industry has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic during the last six months, however,…

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19. August 2020

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Stranded migrants on Danish vessel must disembark

For more than two weeks, 27 migrants have been on board the Danish tanker Maersk Etienne in the…

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20. July 2020

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Help for stranded seafarers

The government, together with Danish Shipping, the maritime section of the Danish Metalworkers' Union and the…

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13. July 2020

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Denmark keeps its fifth place

The Danish merchant fleet is still the fifth largest in the world. The total tonnage operated by Danish…

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07. July 2020

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Important decision postponed

The European Parliament today decided that they will not use 2018 as baseline to calculate the shipping…

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01. July 2020

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Danish Shipping welcomes German EU Council Presidency

Germany assumes the presidency of the Council of the European Union, which it will hold for the next six…

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26. June 2020

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New report: Offshore wind secures thousands of jobs

Every time one gigawatt of offshore wind is set up in Denmark, 14,600 full-time equivalent jobs are secured…

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