A.P. Moller – Maersk is an integrated transport & logistics company with multiple brands and is a global leader in container shipping and ports. Including a stand-alone Energy division, the company employs roughly 88.000 employees across operations in 130 countries.
Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) has been committed to upholding and propagating sustainable environmental practices in the shipping industry for more than four decades. The company attributes its longevity in the maritime ecosystem through sustaining high standards in everything we do. As such, we at CSM leave no stone unturned in our pursuit of efficiencies and new technologies to limit our impact on the environment at large. For example, CSM is routinely leveraging technologies such as our Performance Optimisation Control Room (POCR), which is providing state-of-the-art solutions to our existing client base. This forward-thinking mind-set finds a natural partner in initiatives such as Green Ship of the Future where important actors can put aside competition and strive for a greener more sustainable future.
Danish Shipping is a trade and employer organisation for more than 40 shipowners and two offshore companies. Half of the members of the organisation owns ships registered in Denmark, the other half run their activities in Denmark, but their ships are run under other flags of state.
All together, the members of Danish Shipping own around DWT 33 million, which add up to more than 95 per cent of the Danish merchant fleet registered in the Danish International Shipregister (DIS).
Danish Shipping was established in 1884. Since then, it has been working as a collective point for the Danish shipping industry, and today it plays an important and active role in relation to the authorities and decision-makers nationally and internationally. The organisation also has a permanent representation office in Bruxelles.
Aditionally, Danish Shipping is a member of and works with the European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS).
Apart from its members, Danish Shipping serves the two other shipowners’ organisations in Denmark: Shipowners Association of 2010 and the Danish Ferry Association.
DFDS’ shipping network integrates freight and passenger services.
We deliver high frequency and reliable freight services to haulage and forwarding companies. We also develop and deliver industrial logistics solutions in close co-operation with producers of heavy industrial goods. For passengers, we provide great maritime experiences as well as transport services for passengers travelling by car.
DFDS Seaways operates a network of 30 routes with 50 freight and passenger ships. DFDS Logistics provides freight and logistics services in Europe with trailers, containers, and rail. DFDS has 6,000 employees in 20 countries, and revenue is about DKK 12 billion. The company was founded in 1866, is headquartered in Copenhagen, and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen.
Evergas is a Danish shipping company with roots back to 1883, wholly owned by Greenship Gas & Jaccar Holdings. They are one of the world’s leading seaborne transporters of petrochemical gases and natural gas liquids. Their focus is to make gas transports simple and safe, and to set new standards for efficient and sustainable gas transport at sea. At Evergas they work hard to support clients’ requirements by offering innovative and sustainable design-solutions for transportation, and distribution of LNG, LPG and ethane commodities across the major areas of trade and emerging markets. To accommodate these needs, Evergas have established a large new-building program at Jaccar-owned yards for operational, technical and commercial excellence upon and after delivery.
Evergas has its head office in Copenhagen, but has offices in Singapore and Shanghai. In total Evergas employs more than 400 highly experienced and dedicated people.
J. Lauritzen has been serving the maritime trade since 1884, and during our more than 130 years of existence, we have been engaged in a range of different segments of the shipping industry.
Today, J. Lauritzen is a global provider of seaborne transportation of dry bulk cargoes as well as petrochemical and liquefied petroleum gases, and our services are offered through our operational business units Lauritzen Bulkers and Lauritzen Kosan.
We are wholly-owned by Lauritzen Fonden; a commercial foundation with the objective of supporting shipping, culture, social humanitarian work and education.
We believe that part of a quality service is to conduct business in a responsible manner creating benefits broadly while being open, fair and honest in all our activities.
We acknowledge the environmental impacts of our operations, and as part of our commitment to the UN Global Compact as well as our environmental policy, we assume our responsibility to always work towards minimising our environmental footprint.
However, we strongly believe that the environmental challenges facing our industry cannot be solved by companies acting individually, which is why we seek industry collaboration where deemed appropriate in order to increase the impact of our efforts. This approach allows for mutual capacity development while adding value to our corporate responsibility efforts.
Read more about J. Lauritzen and our environmental responsibility efforts and achievements on our website.
Maersk Tankers facilitates the global trade of energy to meet the world’s energy needs. The company is a leading player in the product tanker industry, operating one of the largest fleets of vessels.
Maersk Tankers conducts its business conscious of social and environmental impact and aims to reduce such impact. This is reflected in our sustainability strategy, which focuses on safety, regulatory compliance, the environment and responsible business practices.
Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN A/S is an independent shipping company incorporated in Denmark and listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen. Founded in 1871, NORDEN ist one of Denmark’s oldest internationally operating shipping companies. NORDEN operates in dry cargo and product tankers worldwide.
The management focus is long term and is based on NORDEN’s vision, mission and values. The goal is for NORDEN to continuously develop for the benefit of its stakeholders and to achieve high, stable earnings.
In dry cargo, NORDEN is one of the world’s largest operators of Supramax and Panamax dry cargo vessels and has activities in the Handysize, Post-Panamax and Capesize vessel types as well. The Company’s Handysize and Post-Panamax activities are operated commercially by NORDEN Handysize Pool and NORDEN Post-Panamax Pool, respectively, which also operate vessels from Interorient Navigation Company Ltd. (INC), Cyprus. In total 199 dry cargo vessels (including INC vessels and single trip chartered vessels).
In tankers, NORDEN is active in the Handysize and MR product tanker vessel types, in total 38 tanker vessels. .The product tanker activities are operated through the Norient Product Pool, which is managed by the 50% owned Norient Product Pool ApS. Norient Product Pool is one of the world’s largest operators of product tankers.
NORDEN is operating a modern fleet and actively supporting Green Ship of the Future among other by having research equipment installed on vessels. Furthermore NORDEN is supporting the Danish Shipowners’ Association’s policy of having shipping contribute its fair share of the needed CO2 reductions to reduce global warming. But NORDEN finds it essential in order to ensure a maximum environmental effect and to ensure fair competition that the reduction of CO2-emission s from shipping is established in a global setting.
The Ørsted vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy.
Ørsted develops, constructs, and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, renewable hydrogen and green fuels facilities, and bioenergy plants. Moreover, Ørsted provides energy products to its customers. Ørsted is the only energy company in the world with a science-based net-zero emissions target as validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Ørsted ranks as the world’s most sustainable energy company in Corporate Knights’ 2022 index of the Global 100 most sustainable corporations in the world and is recognised on the CDP Climate Change A List as a global leader on climate action. Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted employs 6,836 people. Ørsted’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen (Orsted). In 2021, the group’s revenue was DKK 77.7 billion (EUR 10.4 billion).
Scandlines stands as a symbol of a historical and close cooperation between Denmark, Germany and Sweden since 1872.
Under the names Scandlines and Scandlines Helsingør-Helsingborg three short ferry routes are marketed with high capacity and frequency and with a green vision for the future.
The core business is to provide an efficient and reliable transport service for both passengers and freight customers. The main focus for all activities in Scandlines is to create value for our customers on board the ferries as well as in the shops of Scandlines.
With more than 90,000 departures on 12 ferries, in 2014 Scandlines transported 14.8 million passengers, 3.2 million cars, 900,000 freight units and 60,000 busses on the routes Puttgarden-Rødby, Rostock-Gedser and Helsingør-Helsingborg.
Ultragas Aps is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sociedade Ultranav Limitada, which is the shipowning/operating unit of the family owned Ultramar Group of Santiago, Chile.
Ultragas ApS, which today operates the group’s more than 20 specialized gas carriers in international trading and of various types and sizes ranging from 3500 cbm to 20.700 cbm cargo capacity.