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Partnership focuses on greener shipping

Partnership focuses on greener shipping

24-01-2019 10:00:00


Yesterday, the Danish- South Korean Green Ship Expert Committee (GSEC) held their first meeting at the Danish Maritime Authorities. GSEC will function as the framework for a partnership regarding new technologies and sustainable solutions for shipping.

“By combining of expertise in shipping, shipbuilding, as well as development and production of maritime equipment, we have the opportunity to find solutions to future challenges in shipping” says Danish Maritime Authorities’ CEO, Andreas Nordseth.

The partnership stems from the strategic agreement between Denmark and South Korea, which was made in connection with the 60th anniversary (2011) for the sending of the hospital ship M/S JUTLANDIA.

Source: Søfartsstyrelsen / Maritime Danmark


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