Tag: <span>Denmark</span>

StormGeo establishes local presence in Denmark
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StormGeo establishes local presence in Denmark

StormGeo has opened a new office in Copenhagen, Denmark to strengthen the company’s partnership with shipping customers in this market. “The decision to expand into Denmark was a logical move in our growth strategy,” said Kim Sørensen, COO Shipping Division, StormGeo. “We are experiencing a growing demand in Denmark for integrated shipping solutions such as...

Echandia Marine delivers batteries to support Denmark’s zero emissions agenda
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Echandia Marine delivers batteries to support Denmark’s zero emissions agenda

Echandia Marine has delivered its DNV-GL certified lithium-titanate battery (LTO) systems for five zero-emission passenger ferries to operate in Copenhagen, Denmark. Shipyard group Damen won the tender and selected LTO battery experts Echandia Marine to provide the energy systems for this project. According to Damen, the ferries will reduce Copenhagen’s public transport nitrogen oxides (NOX)...

Danish trio collaborate to develop digital route optimisation solution
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Danish trio collaborate to develop digital route optimisation solution

Weilbach, Vento Maritime and Force Technology have joined forces to develop a new digital route optimisation solution. The new digital route optimisation is a single platform that makes it possible to select the best navigation route based on updated electronic nautical charts, precise weather data, detailed calculations of ship dimensions and nautical and maritime conditions. ...

Denmark deploys drones to monitor ships’ sulphur emissions
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Denmark deploys drones to monitor ships’ sulphur emissions

The Danish Maritime Authority is deploying Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) to monitor ship emissions around the Great Belt where tankers transit on their way to and from the Baltic Sea. The RPAS will specifically measure the ships’ sulphur emissions to check compliance with EU rules governing the sulphur content of marine fuel. The RPAS...

Denmark to name sulphur limit cheaters
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Denmark to name sulphur limit cheaters

The Danish Government has announced that it will publish the names of ships and shipping companies that violate regulations on sulphur emissions. The new law will enter into force on January 1, 2019 and begin enforcement from July 1, 2019. Those breaking the regulation on sulphur emissions will be fined between DKK 30,000 and 300,000...