Danish Maritime Magazine Special Feature DMF2016

Associations, Communication, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Exhibitions, Press and Media — By on October 24, 2016 at 9:49 AM

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SPECIAL FEATURE Danish Maritime Fair
Official opening of Danish Maritime FairCome and join us for the opening of the Danish Maritime Fair, accompanied by the Navy Tambur Corps. The opening will take place in Main Deck, Tuesday. October 25th 2016 11:30 to 12:00

Welcome by The Minister for Business and Growth

Denmark has a strong maritime cluster with competent businesses and employees. Innovative solutions, international outlook, openness and constructive cooperation between authorities and businesses are central characteristics of this cluster.

Welcome by The CEO of the Danish Shipowners’ Association

Welcome to Danish Maritime Fair 2016 and the third edition of Danish Maritime Days. This year the Danish Ship owners’ Association has its own stand at the Danish Maritime Fair, where you can meet a series of Danish shipping companies and learn about Danish shipping.

Welcome by The Managing Director of Danish Maritime

The maritime industry is global. Many Danish maritime businesses make more than 98% of their turnover globally. Please use the Danish Maritime Technology Conference and the Danish Maritime Fair to look into the Danish maritime market. Meet the world’s best shipyards and maritime suppliers.

Welcome by The CEO of Danish Ports

The Danish Maritime Days is a great initiative which Danish Ports is happy to support and promote.  We can look forward to a whole week discussing, debating and sharing our experiences, visions and best practices within the maritime sector.

Copenhagen – a new destination in the global event calendar

In just 3 years, the Danish maritime industry has managed to build a trade fair of international standing. Supported by the Danish Maritime Days, the Danish Maritime Fair attracts key maritime players from all over the world.

The Shipowners’ Lounge

This year, the Danish Shipowners’ Association has decided to support the Danish Maritime Fair by participating with a Shipowners’ Lounge, where several shipping companies will be present. Here, you will – among other things – be able to test your knowledge of Danish shipping and learn about the Danish shipping solutions to environmental and climate challenges.

Bright idea transforms used parts into strong assets

At PJ Diesel Engineering it is about recondition components in engines, so quality, durability and warranty are perfect, while customers save money and the environment is protected. It’s about knowledge and craftsmanship.

Digital solutions in shipping is no longer a choice

There are only two possibilities with digitization. Either you close your eyes, or you go with it. That is what Wärtsilä believes and is emphasizing the need for action – immediate action. This is what I will come to Copenhagen to talk about, says Stefan Nygård.

Exhibitor list DMF 2016


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Exhibitor list DMF 2016

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The requirements for ballast water is highly currentBureau Veritas is at the forefront of the new requirements for shipping both around cleaning of ballast water and CO2, and helps businesses with the many new international rules and approvals.

Overview of events, workshops and conferences at DMF 2016

Perfectly mixed lubrication oil

With the concept Blending-On-Board lubrication, Maersk Fluid Technology has succeeded in mixing cylinder lubricant so precisely that the consumption of lubricating oil on board can be reduced by up to 40 percent. Meanwhile, the system oil is regularly freshened up, it keeps the engine more clean and reduce energy-related friction.

HRH Prince Joachim opens Danish Maritime Technology Conference

On October 26-27th Danish Maritime, for the third year in a row, hosts the technological summit – Danish Maritime Technology Conference – in Copenhagen for the international maritime industry, and once again with HRH Prince Joachim as the keynote speaker.

Denmark and Poland complement each other well

The industry association Danish Maritime, together with his Polish counterpart has arranged an event for maritime companies in the two countries, which shows both the business opportunities and accounts for perspectives at a high political level.

Danish Ship of the Year

The Danish Ship of the Year is an award that was instituted by the Media Group Maritime Denmark in 2014. The presentation takes place in connection with the Danish Maritime Technology Conference in Main Deck, Wednesday October 26th.

Blue Start-Up Award

The Blue Start-Up Award is established in a co-operation between Maritime Development Centre of Europe and The Media Group Maritime Denmark. The purpose of the event is to focus on contractors in the maritime industry, and to stimulate development that could ultimately lead to growth in the Danish maritime cluster.

SPECIAL Danish Maritime Days
The Danish Maritime ForumKey leaders from all parts of the global maritime industry will discuss the fundamental shift in the economy and new technological advances at the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen on 26-27 October. Danish Maritime Days 2016It has now been three years since the Danish Maritime Days was set in motion with the main objective to support Denmark’s position as one of the world’s leading maritime nations. The 2016 edition, with more than 40 events, is slightly smaller than in the beginning, but the events that have survived are stronger and more visible now.
SPECIAL Industry-specific Analysis
Difficult to operate a shipping companyIn 2015, the net turnover for the 20 Danish shipowners, which are included in this industry-specific analysis, increased modestly by 2.3 per cent to 328.1 billion DKK compared to 2014. At the bottom line it looked, however, much different, as the profit after tax decreased by as much as 73.6 per cent to 7.3 billion DKK compared to 2014.

Strong growth at DFDS

DFDS is one of the shipping companies that has defied the hardship in 2015 and has had growth. The net turnover increased by five per cent to 13.5 billion DKK compared to 2014, while the profit after tax increased from 433.5 million DKK in 2014 to more than 1 billion DKK in 2015.

Growth in spite of tough marketWith growth in the net turnover as well as in the profit after tax XO Shipping has in 2015 presented some remarkable annual accounts, as the shipping company has exclusively been operating within dry bulk, a market that certainly not is doing well.

Strong growth in the maritime industry

When you look at the 2015 accounts from 20 of the biggest maritime industrial companies, you cannot see that large parts of the shipping world have had problems with overcapacity and low freight rates. The vast majority of the maritime industrial companies has had significant growth compared to 2014. The problems, however, lie in wait.

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