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New maritime business in Frederikshavn

New maritime business in Frederikshavn

21-12-2016 10:00:00


Monday, December 19, the new company Maritime Ship Supply held a reception at Frederikshavn Harbour. The company sells everything in technical articles and provisions for ships that dock at North Jutland ports.

"We see great potential in the port expansion here in Frederikshavn, which will lead to more ships docking in the harbor and demanding articles. The growing cruise traffic is also an interesting market. In addition, I know that many smaller ships do not have the same focus at big supply companies, which I can offer," says Managing Director Poul-Ole D. Jensen.

One entrance for ships when they dock in the North Jutland ports to load and unload and when they need supplies, consumables, tools, spare parts, various types of oil and so on. This is the concept for Maritime Ship Supply. The company has agreements and agencies so that they can supply 200,000 items within 24 hours, and 500,000 items within 72 hours.

Behind the company is 43-year-old Poul-Ole D. Jensen, former employee of North Jutland maritime companies like Silentor, Vestergaard Marine Service, Mekanord and others. He already has two full-time employees in the company and looks forward to start on January 1, 2017.

Poul-Ole D. Jensen has received advice from the local Trade and Industry North of the business to start his own business. Maritime Ship Supply hopes to consist of five people by the end of next year.

Source: Erhvervshus Nord / Maritime Denmark


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