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MANY NEW EXHIBITORS AT THE DANISH MARITIME FAIR The maritime industry is indeed a very international one, and the same goes for this year’s Danish Maritime Fair. Even though Danish companies naturally are represented in higher numbers, there are also a lot of foreign companies present. For many of these foreign companies, it is their first time joining the fair.

AN OCEAN OF POSSIBILITIES Welcome to the Danish Maritime Fair 2018. This year’s Danish Maritime Days will be the fourth edition, and even though the last set of maritime days are only a year and a half away, the outlook for the maritime industry has seen rapid change.

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AN INDUSTRY WITH HIGH AMBITIONS OF GROWTH It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to this year’s Danish Maritime Fair. As trade organization and employers’ association for shipyards, manufacturers of maritime products and services and designers of ships and related equipment, Danish Maritime is pleased to see that the Danish Maritime Fair for the fourth time is attracting a wide range of Danish and international maritime stakeholders for three days of exhibitions, networking and – not least – new possibilities of cooperation.

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WELCOME TO THE DANISH MARITIME FAIR 2018 It is with great honour that we welcome exhibitioners and visitors to this fourth edition of Denmark’s international maritime fair – the Danish Maritime Fair. A lot has happened in the maritime industry since we were able to welcome visitors to the first edition of the Danish Maritime Fair in the Bella Center at Amager back in 2014. In 2015, the event was moved to Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen Sydhavn to expand the stand area, and the fair has taken place in this location since.

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DANISH SHIP OF THE YEAR This year, four ships are competing for the title of ’Danish Ship of the Year’, an award instituted by the Media Group Maritime Denmark in 2014. The winner of the prestigious title will be revealed at the Danish Maritime Fair on 10.00 am, Friday May 4.


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DANISH MARITIME DAYS 2018 Danish Maritime Days brings together a broad spectrum of stakeholders from across the industry with the objective to find new solutions to the most important challenges facing the industry today and in the future.

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ELECTRIC. DIGITAL. CONNECTED With faster than ever technology development, consumers who are able and willing to adopt new technologies that make their own lives easier, changing business models such as car sharing, may upend our future assumptions of shipping. Urbanization and megatrends in global economics will change shipping routes and the way we ship cargo. Historically, the shipping business has taken for granted that the volume of seaborne cargo transportation is a direct correlation of Global GDP.

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CHIQUITA STAYS FRESH WITH MAERSK REEFER CONTAINERS Dedicated to creating more sustainable shipping practices, the world-renowned banana producer is further bolstering its fleet of Star Cool Integrated containers and adding more controlled atmosphere systems to deliver premium banana quality.

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WELCOME TO DANISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018 Concurrently with Danish Maritime Days 2018 in the first week of May, Danish Maritime and members of the organization are looking forward to welcoming you to the Danish Maritime Technology Conference on 2-3 May.

ISSN 1903-5888 ADVISORY BOARD President: Klaus Kjærulf, Chairman, SKULD Jenny Braat, CEO, Danske Maritime Jan Fritz Hansen Per Jørgensen, Chairman, MMF og FICT Bjarne Mathiesen, Rambøll Torben Frerks, CEO, Weilbach Lars Thrane, Chairman, Lars Thrane A/S

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BY ANNE H. STEFFENSEN, CEO OF DANISH SHIPPING

AN OCEAN OF POSSIBILITIES Welcome to the Danish Maritime Fair 2018. This year’s Danish Maritime Days will be the fourth edition, and even though the last set of maritime days are only a year and a half away, the outlook for the maritime industry has seen rapid change.

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ince the tough year of 2016, the Danish shipping companies have picked up speed and are experiencing growth in both exports and fleet size. This contributes to Denmark being the world’s 6th largest shipping nation, measured in operated tonnage. It is an impressive feat for a tiny nation of Denmark’s size and a testimony to how we have succeeded in combining our maritime traditions with an eye for new business opportunities and growth potential both on shore and at sea. That is why the maritime cluster in Denmark contributes with about 25 pct. of the total Danish exports and creates approximately 95,000 jobs in Denmark. This benefits all parts of Denmark as our jobs and businesses are distributed in all corners of the country.

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The recipe for Denmark’s success as a maritime superpower is a mix of several important ingredients. It is first and foremost technological insights, commercial excellence and a global outlook that are the foundation of our successful companies. Equally important is the political support for the business’ high ambitions and not least the close interaction and collaboration across the maritime sector. The Danish Maritime Days are a living proof of this approach. Through a number of years, it has been possible to gather the key players across the Danish maritime cluster and from abroad for a week of interesting events that both yield new insights and offers the opportunity to connect across the maritime world.

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This cooperation across the sector is crucial if Danish shipping companies are to stay ahead of the curve. The entire industry is facing a digital and technological transformation that will challenge preexisting assumptions while opening up an ocean of new opportunities for maritime businesses. Future growth belongs to companies who dares to ake leadership and exploit new opportunities. This requires curiosity, innovation and a willingness to go new ways. I therefore hope that Danish Maritime Days can inspire new collaboration. Danish Shipping – and thus our members – is once again present at the Maritime Fair, which will offer plenty of opportunities for exchanging ideas and debate the issues that concern our industry. Come and join us.


BY JENNY N. BRAAT, MANAGING DIRECTOR AT DANISH MARITIME

AN INDUSTRY WITH HIGH AMBITIONS OF GROWTH It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to this year’s Danish Maritime Fair. As trade organization and employers’ association for shipyards, manufacturers of maritime products and services and designers of ships and related equipment, Danish Maritime is pleased to see that the Danish Maritime Fair for the fourth time is attracting a wide range of Danish and international maritime stakeholders for three days of exhibitions, networking and – not least – new possibilities of cooperation.

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enmark is by all means a maritime nation. With more than 400 named islands and a coastline of more than 7,300 km, you are never far from the sea no matter in which part of the country you are at. The Blue Denmark is a strong brand, and it is only natural that Denmark hosts an international maritime event like Danish Maritime Days. Danish Maritime Days is also a result of the unique cooperation that exists

across the Blue Denmark. A cooperation that makes out a key factor for the continuous growth and development of the business. Today, Denmark is the seventh largest maritime exporting industrial nation. The maritime companies are situated all over the country and often in places where they have a certain importance in regard to the activities and growth of the re-

gion. The Blue Denmark employs around 95,000 persons directly and indirectly corresponding to approx. 3.5 % of the total workforce of Denmark. Almost 40,000 of these persons are employed within the maritime industry. The Blue Denmark has an annual production worth 315 billion DKK and a gross added value of 83 billion DKK. This corresponds to 8.9 % of the total Danish production and 4.6 % of the total gross added value in Denmark. Lately, the global crisis caused by overcapacity within shipbuilding and sea transport has had an impact on the Danish maritime industry. Together with a slow-going offshore market, this has had a negative influence on one of Denmark’s strongest export businesses. Luckily, this trend seems to turn around now. Signs of increased global ship building activities together with a generally brighter outlook for the world economy create a basis of optimism within the Danish maritime industry. And with this optimism come high ambitions of growth. The ambitions shall be settled by seizing the many possibilities lying in front of us via our strong global position. Danish maritime companies are in many ways technologically up front, and they are not leaning back. They are constantly focusing on developing new solutions, services and technology, which can make the global shipping industry increasingly safer and more sustainable. At Danish Maritime Fair it will be possible to meet many of the maritime companies which are focusing strongly on world leading technology, products, solutions and service. And exactly the technological solutions are in focus at the Danish Maritime Technology Conference, which takes place here at the Train Workshop on 2 and 3 May.

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BY RENÉ WITTENDORFF

WELCOME TO THE DANISH MARITIME FAIR 2018 It is with great honour that we welcome exhibitioners and visitors to this fourth edition of Denmark’s international maritime fair – the Danish Maritime Fair.

A lot has happened in the maritime industry since we were able to welcome visitors to the first edition of the Danish Maritime Fair in the Bella Center at Amager back in 2014. In 2015, the event was moved to Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen Sydhavn to expand the stand area, and the fair has taken place in this location since. The internationalization of the Danish Maritime Fair has been taken up a notch this year. NorShipping has chosen us for their first ever foreign conference - Opening Oceans Conference - in order to be part of the Danish Maritime Days. We are very pleased with the initiative and have made the large conference hall and other facilities available for this highly visionary conference. Many new foreign companies have found their way to the Danish Maritime Fair this year. Among danish maritime magazine

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these companies are four Turkish shipyards, all whom have ambitions of making deals of delivering new vessels to Danish ship owners and the Danish Merchant navy. Foreign exhibitioners also include a Polish and a Latvian shipyard this year. Together, the shipyards have thousands of subcontractors, and therefore provide large outlets for the Danish maritime industry. The 2018 edition of the fair includes other major changes. The Danish Maritime Fair now takes place in the beginning of May, which is a huge advantage because it is a good time distance from the world’s largest maritime fair, SMM, which takes place in Hamburg.   This years Danish Maritime Days, which the Danish Maritime Fair is a part of, lost it’s previous main event, the Danish Maritime Forum. At the

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same time, a significant number of the funds that previously contributed to raising awareness of the event are no longer available. This is clearly a disadvantage. Due to these reason, the Danish Maritime fair can not continue the same level of progress that characterized the preceding three fairs – even though we, along with our loyal exhibitioners and working partners, have worked very hard to maintain the progress. However, this does not change the fact that Denmark still needs its own maritime fair - the Danish Maritime Fair. Both now and in the future.


DANISH MARITIME FAIR 2018 PROGRAMME Wednesday May 2nd

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Breakfast, Cafe The Fair starts / access for visitors High Tech/IT bilateral cooperation in the marine sector, Conference Hall Opening Oceans Conference, Big Conference hall Official opening of the Danish Maritime Fair, Conference Hall Lunch, Cafe Danish Maritime Technology Conference, Conference Hall Maritime logistics and cyber security at DTU, Conference Room 1st floor The Fair closes

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08.00 – 10.00 Breakfast, Cafe 09.00 The Fair starts / access for visitors 09.00 – 13.00 Driving human performances seen from an organisational perspective Conference room 1st floor 09.30 – 16.00 Opening Oceans Conference, Big Conference Hall 10.00 – 12:30 Danish Maritime Technology Conference, Conference Hall 12.00 – 14.00 Lunch, Café 12.30 – Reception, Shipping Lounge 13.00 – 14.30 Scouting Maritime Markets in the Making, Conference Hall 17.00 The Fair closes 19.00 – 01.00 Networking Dinner for exhibitioners and invited guests

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08.00 – 10.00 Breakfast, Cafe 09.00 The Fair opens, access for visitors 10.00 – 10.30 Danish Ship of the Year, Conference Hall 10.30 – 12.30 The Danish Offshore Sector, Conference Hall 12.00 – 14.00 Lunch, Cafe 15.00 The Fair closes

The Danish Maritime Fair is a part of the Danish Maritime Days.

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EXHIBITOR LIST (ALPHABETIC) A. HENRIKSEN SHIPPING

0520

Danske Maritime

0240

A.P.Møller - Mærsk

1020

Danske Rederier

1020

ABB A/S, Marine Service

1080

DeckOffice

0940

ABB Vetco Gray Denmark

1080

ABB Automation

1080

DESMI Marine & Offshore

0320

ABB Industry

1080

DESMI Ocean Guard

0320

ABB Marine and Ports

1080

DESMI Pumping Technology

0320

ABB Motors

1080

Desmi Ro-Clean

0320

ABB Turbocharging

1080

DFDS

1020

Abcon

0836

Digital Ship

0370

Dirchsen Valves & Processing Equipment

0685

Air France / DHL

0560

Eagleburgmann KE Denmark

0450

Alfa Laval

0230

Energimetropol Esbjerg

0060

Alfa Laval Nordic

0230

ETMAL

0690

ATPI Griffinstone

0400

FAYARD

0835

AVK FLOW CONTROL

0812

Fire Eater

0265

Baird Maritime

0370

FiskerBladet

0560

BALTIC Lifejackets Sweden

0900

Furuno Danmark

0680

Baltic Transport Journal, Baltic Press Ltd.

0370

Furuno European Branch

0680

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement

0306

Faaborg Jern

0700

Blue Media

0370

Geomares Publishing, Hydro International

0370

Business France

0873

Global Maritime Hub

0370

C.C. Jensen

0970

Global Shipping Careers

0370

Granly Gruppen

0100

Callenberg Technology

0540

Granly Diesel

0100

Green Instruments

0842

Chateau de Palayson

0210

GreenOil Standard

0810

China Ship & Offshore

0370

Hans Følsgaard

0955

Chris-Marine

0270

Hanstholm Skibssmedie

0850

Harbours Review

0370

Hasytec Electronics

0883

Hat-San Shipyard

0200

Hauschildt Marine

0850

Hempel

0871

Iron Pump

0240

Jowa

0710

JSC Mabrocona

1160

Kelvin Hughes

0590

Clipper Bulk

1020

Clipper Group

1020

CODAN MARINE

1040

Container Shipping and Trade Magazine

0370

Core CRM

0060

Cosmos Trawl, Skagen

0841

D/S NORDEN

1020

Dalseide Shipping Services

0513

Danfoss

0565

Danfoss VLT Drives

0565

Danish Maritime Magazine

0560

Kelvin Hughes LtD

0590

Danish Offshore Square

0060

Kemilux

0260

Danish Ship Decor

0700

Kibo Sikring

0062

DanPilot

1010

L3 Maritime Systems

0530

Dansk Færgehistorisk Selskab

0517

Lindemann

1050

Dansk Søredningsselskab

0930

Lopolight

LOPOLIGHT LOPOLIGHT

0905


Lukoil Marine Lubricants

0670

Scanjet Marine

Maersk Training Esbjerg

1060

Scandlines

1020

Maersk Training Svendborg

1060

Serman & Tipsmark

0110

Magasinet Maritime Danmark

0560

Ship & Offshore

0370

Marcod

0850

Ship2Shore

0370

Marine Log

0370

Shipping.dk Fredericia

0880

Shipping.dk Frederikshavn

0880

MarineShaft

0440

Shipping.dk Køge

0880

Marinfloc

0001

Sjöfartstidningen

0370

Maritima y Portuaria

0370

Skagen Havn

0850

Maritime Danmark

0560

SKF Danmark

0330

Maritime Ship Supply

0850

Skovbo-Ren

0260

Maritime Standard

0370

Skuld

1030

Maritimt Magasin

0370

Maskinmestrenes Forening

0460

Socius

1150

Mer et Marine

0370

Sondex

0565

Mercy Ships

0580

Strongblue

0870

MicroWISE

0241

Søfartsstyrelsen

0975

Monjasa

1020

Tersan Shipyard

0843

MS Engineering

1110

The Maritime Standard

0370

Myodocks

0380

The Oil Market Journal

0882

NautiCom Marine

0872

Thyborøn Havn

0430

Nautisk Teknik

0965

D/S TORM

1020

Naval Architect

0370

TP RADIO

0660

Navteam

0215

Tradewinds

0370

NAVTOR

0550

Transas

0872

Nordhavn

1070

Transmotor

1130

Nord-Lock International

1200

Uhre & Nybæk

0090

Nor-Shipping

1300

Uni-Tankers

1020

NSSL Global

1100

Valtor Industri

0840

Offshore Center Bornholm

0881

Veolia Water Technologies

1120

Opening Oceans Conference

1300

Viking Life-Saving Equipment

0515

Oresund DryDocks

0516

Vikingegaarden

0950

OSM

1015

Visedo Marine

0565

OVS Offshore

0065

Visumservice CIBT

0400

PBES

0720

Vordingborg Erhverv

1170

Vordingborg Havn

1180

PJ Diesel Engineering

0890

Vordingborg Shipping

1170

Reederei Nord

0305

WeCare4u

0570

RUSTIBUS

0513

Weilbach & Co

0420

Rutter

0872

WENCON ApS, Bogense

0810

Rønne Havn

0881

Wärtsilä Danmark

0530

Saga Shipping

0850

Wärtsilä Lyngsø Marine

0530

SAJ Instrument

1190

Wärtsilä Svanehøj

0530

Sales Maritime

0370

Özata Shipyard

0830

SBS Scandinavian Boiler Service

0512

Ålands Sjöfart

0370

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0930

1200 1200

1015

Opening Oceans Conference Reception

1300

0955

LOPOLIGHT

LOPOLIGHT

1160

0873

0872

0881

0882

Meeting Point Sofa Lounge

0870

0871

0880

0883

Veteran Train Display

0685

0565

Media Group

Media Group Maritime Danmark

0660

0680

0700

Danish Ship D.

WeCare4U Massage Lounge

0690

Emal

0590

PBE

Conference Delegate Coffee

0580

JOWA

Nor-Shipping Square

Nor-Shipping Square

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Offshore

0836

0830

0812

0842

0843

0810

0835

0840

0841

North Jutland

0512

0515

0001

0215

Press Room

0305 0306

0265

0270

Wardrobe

0060

0260

German Shipowner’s Lounge

Offshore Square

0210

0200

MEDIA Sofa Lounge

0513

0517

Danish Maritime Pavilion

0516

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EXHIBITOR LIST (STAND NUMBER) Marinfloc

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Mer et Marine

0370

Danish Offshore Square

0060

Naval Architect

0370

Energimetropol Esbjerg

0060

Sales Maritime

0370

Core CRM

0060

Ship & Offshore

0370

Kibo Sikring

0062

Ship2Shore

0370

OVS Offshore

0065

Sjöfartstidningen

0370

Uhre & Nybæk

0090

The Maritime Standard

0370

Granly Gruppen

0100

Tradewinds

0370

Granly Diesel

0100

Ålands Sjöfart

0370

Serman & Tipsmark

0110

Hat-San Shipyard

0200

Myodocks

0380

Chateau de Palayson

0210

Scanjet Marine

0390

Navteam

0215

Visumservice CIBT

0400

ATPI Griffinstone

0400

Alfa Laval

0230

Weilbach & Co

0420

Alfa Laval Nordic

0230

Danske Maritime

0240

Thyborøn Havn

0430

Iron Pump

0240

MarineShaft

0440

MicroWISE

0241

Kemilux

0260

Eagleburgmann KE Denmark

0450

Skovbo-Ren

0260

Maskinmestrenes Forening

0460

Fire Eater

0265

SBS Scandinavian Boiler Service

0512

Chris-Marine

0270

Dalseide Shipping Services

0513

Reederei Nord

0305

RUSTIBUS

0513

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement

0306

Viking Life-Saving Equipment

0515

DESMI Marine & Offshore

0320

Oresund DryDocks

0516

Dansk Færgehistorisk Selskab

0517

A. HENRIKSEN SHIPPING

0520

L3 Maritime Systems

0530

Wärtsilä Danmark

0530

Wärtsilä Lyngsø Marine

0530

Wärtsilä Svanehøj

0530

Callenberg Technology

0540

NAVTOR

0550

Air France / DHL

0560

Danish Maritime Magazine

0560

FiskerBladet

0560

Magasinet Maritime Danmark

0560

Maritime Danmark

0560

Sondex

0565

Danfoss

0565

Danfoss VLT Drives

0565

Visedo Marine

0565

DESMI Ocean Guard

0320

DESMI Pumping Technology

0320

Desmi Ro-Clean

0320

SKF Danmark

0330

Baird Maritime

0370

Baltic Transport Journal, Baltic Press Ltd.

0370

Blue Media

0370

China Ship & Offshore

0370

Container Shipping and Trade Magazine

0370

Digital Ship

0370

Geomares Publishing, Hydro International

0370

Global Maritime Hub

0370

Global Shipping Careers

0370

Harbours Review

0370

Marine Log

0370

Maritima y Portuaria

0370

Maritime Standard

0370

Maritimt Magasin

0370


WeCare4u

0570

BALTIC Lifejackets Sweden

Mercy Ships

0580

Lopolight

Kelvin Hughes

0590

Dansk Søredningsselskab

Kelvin Hughes LtD

0590

TP RADIO

0660

Lukoil Marine Lubricants

0670

Furuno Danmark

0680

Furuno European Branch

0680

Dirchsen Valves & Processing Equipment

0685

ETMAL

0690

Danish Ship Decor

0700

Faaborg Jern

0700

Jowa AB

0710

PBES

0720

GreenOil Standard

0810

WENCON ApS, Bogense

0810

AVK FLOW CONTROL

0812

Özata Shipyard

0830

FAYARD

0835

Abcon

0836

Valtor Industri

DeckOffice

0900 LOPOLIGHT LOPOLIGHT

0905 0930 0940

Vikingegaarden

0950

Hans Følsgaard

0955

Nautisk Teknik

0965

C.C. Jensen

0970

Søfartsstyrelsen

0975

DanPilot

1010

OSM

1015

A.P.Møller - Mærsk

1020

Clipper Bulk

1020

Clipper Group

1020

D/S NORDEN

1020

Danske Rederier

1020

DFDS

1020

Monjasa

1020

Scandlines

1020

D/S TORM

1020

Uni-Tankers

1020

0840

Skuld

1030

Cosmos Trawl, Skagen

0841

CODAN MARINE

1040

Green Instruments

0842

Lindemann

1050

Tersan Shipyard

0843

Maersk Training Esbjerg

1060

Hanstholm Skibssmedie

0850

Maersk Training Svendborg

1060

Hauschildt Marine

0850

Nordhavn

1070

Marcod

0850

ABB A/S, Marine Service

1080

Maritime Ship Supply

0850

ABB Vetco Gray Denmark

1080

Saga Shipping

0850

ABB Automation

1080

Skagen Havn

0850

ABB Industry

1080

Strongblue

0870

ABB Marine and Ports

1080

Hempel

0871

ABB Motors

1080

ABB Turbocharging

1080

NautiCom Marine

0872

NSSL Global

1100

Transas

0872

MS Engineering

1110

Rutter

0872

Veolia Water Technologies

1120

Business France

0873

Transmotor

1130

Shipping.dk Fredericia

0880

Socius

1150

Shipping.dk Frederikshavn

0880

JSC Mabrocona

1160

Shipping.dk Køge

0880

Vordingborg Erhverv

1170

Offshore Center Bornholm

0881

Vordingborg Shipping

1170

Rønne Havn

0881

Vordingborg Havn

1180

The Oil Market Journal

0882

SAJ Instrument

1190

Hasytec Electronics

0883

Nord-Lock International

1200

PJ Diesel Engineering

0890

Nor-Shipping

1300

Opening Oceans Conference

1300


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MANY NEW EXHIBITORS AT THE DANISH MARITIME FAIR The maritime industry is indeed a very international one, and the same goes for this year’s Danish Maritime Fair. Even though Danish companies naturally are represented in higher numbers, there are also a lot of foreign companies present. For many of these foreign companies, it is their first time joining the fair.

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mong these foreign companies is Hat-San Shipyard, which is one of the four Turkish shipyards present at the Danish Maritime fair. - We would like to enter the Danish market for building larger ships, says Engin Aybar, CEO of Hat-San Shipyard - We look forward to meet the Danish shipping companies and to negotiate business concerning buildings of Tanker and Freight ships, says the CEO Turkish, Polish and Baltic shipyards have for many years played the role of subcontractors to Danish shipyards. The foreign yards build the hull, after which the Danish shipyards handle endowment and completion of the vessels. A division of labor that will possibly be challenged in the future. danish maritime magazine

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The majority of exhibitors are still Danish, and although a number of companies will participate for their first time this year, there are many returnees among the participants. One of the companies that have attended several times before is Granly Diesel. To this, Vice president Preben Vogt says that, of course we want to meet new customers, but that it’s also important to meet with the customers we already have. - Many of our good customers will be present. Then we’ll chat about how everything is going and what plans they have, to see if there are some things they need, or something we can help them, says Preben Vogt. - We do not usually bring home contracts from these fairs, but we would like to gain some contacts from it, which we can continue working on after. The preceding years we have been

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fortunate to meet some contacts, which we since have done business with. How do you prepare for the fair? - For example, we have a briefing regarding what shipping companies will be present. Of course, we would like to have a talk with them. And there will be great opportunities for this once again this year. Danish Shipping will once again participate with their own lounge at the fair. They look forward to exchangge ideas and debate the issues that concern the industry. Also German ship owners will be present at the fair, where they will have their own lounge.


DANISH SHIP OF THE YEAR This year, four ships are competing for the title of ’Danish Ship of the Year’, an award instituted by the Media Group Maritime Denmark in 2014. The winner of the prestigious title will be revealed at the Danish Maritime Fair on 10.00 am, Friday May 4. The only requirements for ships entering the competition are, that they were built in Denmark and / or are owned by or operated by a Danish shipping company. Ships that have been in operation for more than 18 months do not qualify. Within the last few months, our editorial office has received numerous suggestions as to which ships should be considered for the award. But it did not take a long time to find the final four contestants: • Maersk Master - AHTS Starfish-class • Maersk Installer - SSV Stingray-class • Rockhall – Fishing trawler build at Karstensens Shipyard • Vistula Mærsk – Icebreaking feeder vessel Fate now lies in the hands of the four-man grand committee, headed by the highly respected shipengineer Hans Otto Kristensen. They will determine which of the four nominated ships will become Danish Ship of the Year.

Besides Hans Otto Kristensen the committee consists of: • Thomas Knudsen, MAN Diesel & Turbo • Henrik Bach, DNV • Per Jørgensen, Consultant, previously. Maskinmestrenes Forening

• 2 016: OV Bøkfjord – multi-function vessel build at Hvide Sande Shipyard With the title follows the artwork “The blue Tour du monde”, created by the Belgian / French artist Phil Billen. The artwork migrates between the winners.

The previous winners of the title are: • 2014: Fjord Lines LNG-ferry Bergensfjord. • 2015: Prinsesse Isabella - LNG-ferry Samsø Rederi

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ELECTRIC. DIGITAL. CONNECTED

With faster than ever technology development, consumers who are able and willing to adopt new technologies that make their own lives easier, changing business models such as car sharing, may upend our future assumptions of shipping. Urbanization and megatrends in global economics will change shipping routes and the way we ship cargo. Historically, the shipping business has taken for granted that the volume of seaborne cargo transportation is a direct correlation of Global GDP.

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BB believes that shipping is likely to develop in incremental steps towards increasingly higher levels of automation and autonomy. As is the case with autonomous cars, technology development and adoption needs to evolve in order to achieve the required levels of trust, maturity and confidence in safety in order to proceed to the next level. Each of these steps must provide added value to ship operators and charters in the form of improved operational efficiency or an increased level or safety, or indeed, both. The discussion around autonomous ships around navigation has been intense. We consider that most of these discussions actually neglect the fact that the power and drive trains of the ships also needs to evolve to accommodate the needs of an increasingly automated shipping business. Ships need to be able to sustain fault scenarios and self-heal. Therefore, the more electric the power

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train is, the easier it is to increase redundancy and improve availability. Electric systems can also be easily diagnosed and reconfigured in a secure manner remotely. SMALLER SHIPS FIRST We also shouldn’t expect the sudden withdrawal of ship crews. Crews don’t just drive the ship, they tend to the ship’s needs such as maintenance of propulsion and auxiliary machinery, plan cargo operations for the next port and maintain radio watches for colleagues in distress at sea. Electric power and propulsion reduce the amount of moving parts reducing the need for maintenance. It is likely that one of the first ship types where automation and autonomy are significantly increased are ships that operate short distances close to shore on a repeating route and are relatively small in size. They may have regular access to the shore

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side power making it possible to utilize energy storage, batteries, on board the ship as power source and they have fully electric propulsion system. As this type of ship gets more electric and they require less continuous maintenance such as lubrication or filter changes, it can also be supported remotely or by ad- hoc visits by a service crew. Ocean going vessels are likely to benefit from this advancing technology, but we consider this to be in the context of assistant systems in the near and mid term. Officers of the Watch and their Bridge Teams already tend to be bystanders to computer track pilots that follow a pre-programmed voyage plan from way point to way point across the oceans. However, they do have a critical duty to maintain safety and respond in case of deviation from the plan.  Other duties are based on business needs such


as cargo operations, regulatory compliance, maintenance on main, auxiliary, cargo, safety and deck equipment. Therefore, making ships more automated or autonomous is much more than just automating navigation.   THE CREW The crew also has important duties during manoeuvring and mooring of the ship. These operations are quite sensitive in terms of safety, but they also have big follow on effect on business performance. Fusing together incumbent and additional sensor data, ABB Ability Marine Pilot Vision gives the bridge team a 360 degree view of the vessel in a real world environment within the wheel house itself eliminating blind spots and providing a third person perspective. Pilot Vision was the first of its kind to be delivered to a harbour ferry operator in Helsinki last November. The faster the ship is in and out of the port the less speed is required to reach the next destination on time. Lower speeds mean less fuel. Loading and unloading are intense and critical activities. Safety of the ship is important, but how the cargo is loaded also affects the efficiency of the vessel. These activities are responsibilities of the crew. These points are raised to highlight the needs to examine operations much more holistically.  

Digitalization, internet of things, improved sensors and improved connectivity are transforming life at sea. ABB is already connecting the ships, ship operator’s shore side personnel and its own service operations to the same digital technology backbone with our ABB Ability Collaborative Operations. Operations on-ships and

on-shore can rely on the same operational and diagnostics data. Therefore shore-side experts can support in decision making and relieve ship side personnel to focus on ensuring safety and running smooth operations. This is extremely important during technical issues that require high level of expertise and collaboration of experts from multiple disciplines. Moreover, if data can be transferred out of the ships, cloudbased analytics can also be harnessed to support on preventing, predicting and rectifying problems. ABB is currently collecting gigabytes of data every day from more than 700 hundred collected vessels, that help on building powerful statistical models and algorithms to improve artificial intelligence capabilities.         ELECTRIC SHIPS Electric ships are the only natural platform for autonomous or more automated ships. The simplicity compared to vessels with combustion engines is significant. Electric power has much higher efficiency than combustion engines. Once combustion engines are removed, the auxiliary devices related to fuel systems and lubrication oil can be removed entirely. Managing thermodynamics on a combustion engine-based power plant also requires level of complexity, not necessarily seen on an electric ship. This results in further energy saving and efficiency. Electric ships can be simpler than ships with traditional combustion engines. Because there are less auxiliary devices, automation and control systems are also smaller in size. Using traditional measure, amount of inputs and outputs, the systems can be built about 50% smaller. This

means that the systems are easier to maintain and have higher reliability, also leading to a lower demand on maintenance and supervisory effort. MORE INTELLIGENT VESSELS Irrespective that digital systems are 50% smaller, this doesn’t equate to 50% less capability. Quite the opposite. All the computing power can be harnessed to run the electric drive train with configuration that maximizes efficiency and availability of the power train. Instead of focusing the effort on simple auxiliary control of valves, pumps and fans, processing power can be put to higher level control systems that utilize analytics and machine learning. Ship automation and control systems can be combined with cloud-based analytics engine that calculates optimum propulsion power based on weather conditions and loading situation.   Fault scenarios on an electric ship are easier to handle than on ships with internal combustion engines. With proper redundancy, the electrical system can tolerate internal and external single point of failures. Almost everything can be diagnosed remotely, and many faults can be fixed remotely at least to level that operation can continue with reduced power.  These factors make the electric ship ideal as platform for more intelligent vessels. They are simple, efficient, and simply require less human involvement. ABB’s future in the maritime space is Electric. Digital. Connected. Visit us at the Danish Maritime Fair stand 1080

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WELCOME TO DANISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018 Concurrently with Danish Maritime Days 2018 in the first week of May, Danish Maritime and members of the organization are looking forward to welcoming you to the Danish Maritime Technology Conference on 2-3 May.

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anish Maritime Technology Conference gathers the maritime world for two short conference days focusing on new and innovative maritime technologies. The conference takes place at the Train Workshop (Lokomotivværkstedet) – the same location as Danish Maritime Fair and many other activities during Danish Maritime Days 2018. New technologies and business methods are constantly introduced within the maritime industry. Maritime players must be ready for

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changes, open-minded and innovative, and they must be able to act faster than ever before. With keynote speakers and introductory speakers from at home and abroad, Danish Maritime Technology Conference brings together national and international maritime stakeholders and focuses on digitalization, new technologies and competences that comply with increasingly smarter, greener and more intelligent maritime systems. Speakers at the conference include H.R.H. Prince Joachim, the Danish Minister of Industry, Busi-

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ness and Financial Affairs Brian Mikkelsen and representatives from, among others, OECD, ABB, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Wärtsilä, VIKING Life-Saving Equipment, C-Leanship, and MicroWISE. Danish Maritime Technology Conference is a flagship event during Danish Maritime Days 2018 and has been held with great success in 2014, 2015 and 2016, also as part of Danish Maritime Days. Danish Maritime Technology Conference 2018 is supported by the Danish Maritime Fund.


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CHIQUITA STAYS FRESH WITH MAERSK REEFER CONTAINERS Dedicated to creating more sustainable shipping practices, the world-renowned banana producer is further bolstering its fleet of Star Cool Integrated containers and adding more controlled atmosphere systems to deliver premium banana quality.

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he new batch of 2500 Star Cool Integrated containers from Maersk Container Industry will be deployed in Chiquita Brands International’s (Chiquita) shipping services. Of the batch, 1000 integrated containers are equipped with MCI’s Star Cool CA (Controlled Atmosphere) system, which effectively preserves the freshness of bananas during transit. By controlling the ripening, Star Cool CA ensures an extended transportation window of up to 45 days and the arrival of the produce in perfect condition for a prolonged shelf life in the supermarkets. - We are very proud that Chiquita has once again selected Star Cool containers to optimise its fruit logistics and help deliver high-quality bananas to the consumers,” says Søren Leth Johannsen, Chief Commercial Officer, MCI. Transporting bananas over long distances used to be a challenge. If there is oxygen to

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consume, the produce will continue to ripen, and it becomes a race against time. With its airtight integrated container design, Star Cool CA precisely balances the atmosphere inside the container and allows shippers to carefully monitor and control the amount of carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen. LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION Since adding Star Cool Integrated to its fleet, Chiquita has gained first-hand operational knowledge of the low-energy consumption and durable low-weight container design. In the new batch, the banana producer will also be able to take advantage of MCI’s StarConomy software, which is proven to halve energy use without compromising the quality of the precious cargo. - Using Star Cool Integrated containers over the last two years, we are satisfied with the highquality banana delivery. At the same time, we have achieved significant operational efficiencies

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and markedly reduced our energy consumption. This goes hand in hand with our commitment to sustainable shipping practices and we are now looking forward to even more power reductions adding the newest technology in this field, says Chiquita President Stefano Di Paolo,. The new 40-foot high cube Star Cool Integrated containers are delivered directly from MCI’s manufacturing facility in Qingdao, China to be transported to Moin, Costa Rica for first loads of fresh bananas destined for the USA and Europe. The containers are supplied to Chiquita under a long-term lease managed by Sun Intermodal Ltd. MAERSK CONTAINER INDUSTRY Maersk Container Industry (MCI) develops and manufactures refrigerated containers, dry containers and the Star Cool™ refrigeration machine for the intermodal industry, including shipping lines, fruit multinationals and leasing companies.


DANISH MARITIME DAYS 2018 Danish Maritime Days is a major new event for the global maritime industry. It brings together a broad spectrum of stakeholders from across the industry with the objective to find new solutions to the most important challenges facing the industry today and in the future.

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ith many events – including conferences, exhibitions, seminars, workshops, receptions and dinners, Danish Maritime Days is an opportunity to meet your peers from around world, to make new connections, to be inspired and to pave the way for new partnerships. COLLABORATION ACROSS SECTORS Danish Maritime Days is a global platform for collaboration across the industry – shipowners, shipyards, maritime suppliers, brokers, lawyers, ship management, insurance, ports and various service providers – as well as with

regulators and other important stakeholders and opinion shapers. It is an opportunity to meet with stakeholders from all sectors of the industry from around the world to discuss strategic challenges and innovative solutions in a new thinking context and to connect with potential new business partners. Danish Maritime Days 2018 gathers maritime stakeholders from Denmark and abroad for four days of interesting maritime conferences, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, and debates during Danish Maritime Days 2018.

AN OPEN PLATFORM Danish Maritime Days is an open platform. Stakeholders from all over the industry and from around the world have been invited to plan events and join in as part of Danish Maritime Days and thus take advantage of the synergies that arise from participation in a larger platform of independent, international maritime events. For a full overview of the many events and activities during Danish Maritime Days 2018, visit the event calendar on danishmaritimedays.com.

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MAERSK DRILLING AND MAERSK SUPPLY SERVICE JOIN FORCES FOR DECOMMISSIONING SERVICES After decades of production, an increasing amount of offshore oil and gas fields are approaching the end of their economic life. In the North Sea alone, more than 400 fields are expected to cease production by 2026 at an estimated cost of USD 56 billion. Globally, over 700 fields are expected to require decommissioning.

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rawing on Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service’s high-quality assets and technical capabilities, the 50:50 joint venture (JV) will initially offer bundled solutions for up to 80% of the process required in decommissioning an oil field. The bundled solutions will, in addition to project management, cover work scopes such as plug and abandonment of wells, towage of floating units and removal of subsea infrastructure. In the longer term, the JV plans to provide the full end-to-end process of decommissioning. - With the growing need for decommissioning mature fields, governments and oil and gas operators are looking for experienced partners to manage and perform this challenging task. By leveraging the strong track record of the two companies, as well as our complementary asset base and competencies, we can lower the risk and reduce the overall cost for the customers, says Jørn Madsen, CEO of Maersk Drilling. DONE IT BEFORE Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service have both done decommissioning work for various

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clients. Since 2016, Maersk Supply Service has been project managing and executing the full scope of decommissioning services for the Janice, James and Leadon subsea fields in the UK North Sea for the operator - former Maersk Oil, now Total. While Maersk Drilling did the plug and abandonment (P&A) for the James and Leadon wells, Maersk Supply Service provided the marine asset coverage on all three subsea fields and took on the responsibility for the engineering, subcontractor management, offshore planning, interface management and associated logistics, as well as the disposal of recovered facilities from the seabed through management of waste disposal contractors. - By combining our marine knowledge and experience from recent decommissioning projects, we can provide oil and gas operators bund-

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led solutions with one point of contact for the majority of decommissioning work scope. With the experience and asset base brought to the JV by both companies, and the team to see it through, I am confident that the decommissioning JV can offer attractive and flexible solutions to the market, says Steen S. Karstensen, CEO of Maersk Supply Service. Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service will invest an equal amount in the JV over the coming year. The joint investment is approximately USD 20 million covering the first years of operations. In addition, the JV partners will provide assets to the JV through standard commercial conditions. With the projection of adding up to three new projects per year after 2020, the JV’s revenue is expected to grow steadily over the first five years. A LEAN ORGANISATION The foundation of the JV will be a lean and scalable


base organisation, covering only core capabilities and drawing upon support from Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service. The JV will be headquartered at the Maersk Drilling and Maersk Supply Service joint headquarters in Lyngby, Denmark. Lars Banke has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the JV and will join the company from Total in June 2018. Lars has a background in mechanical engineering from Denmark’s Technical University and has worked in various Maersk companies since 2001, most recently acting as site manager for the construction of the Ailsa FSO in Singapore, for the Culzean project. Jens Klit Thomsen, currently Head of Decommissioning Business Development at Maersk Supply Service has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer of the JV as of 1 April. Carsten Sander Jacobsen has been appointed Chief Technical Officer as of 1 May. He is currently Head of P&E Engineering in INEOS Denmark, responsible for field development and decommissioning activities.

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An individual corporate brand for the JV will be established in the coming months. The JV will not impact the ongoing work in A.P. Moller - Maersk to establish new ownership structures for each of the partner companies. MAERSK SUPPLY SERVICE Maersk Supply Service provides marine services and integrated solutions to the energy sector worldwide. Maersk Supply Service is the market leader in deep-water services such as anchor handling in ultra-deep water, mooring installations, rig moves and transport of equipment to drilling rigs and production units. Maersk Supply Service employs an international staff of around 1100 offshore and 200 onshore people MAERSK DRILLING Maersk Drilling supports global oil and gas production by providing high-efficiency drilling services to oil companies around the world. Maersk Drilling’s modern fleet counts 24 drilling rigs including drill ships, deepwater semi-submersibles and highend jack-up rigs. Maersk Drilling employs an international staff of 3,000 people, and is represented with offices in 10 countries.

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NEW OIL & SHIPPING TRAINEE PROGRAMME A high paced transformation is taking place in the bunker industry. Complex and more diverse markets are unfolding and by rethinking Monjasa’s educational approach, we seek to set and redefine the global standards for the benefit of both Monjasa and the industry. A more demanding industry and employees calls for action. The Monjasa Oil & Shipping Trainee (MOST) programme is part of the answer by introducing a 2-year education in Panama, Dubai, Singapore and Denmark combining hands-on experience and thorough industry knowledge. - Being part of a survival-of-the-fittest industry, it is key for us to sharpen our competitiveness and adapt to the world around us. Adapting to new industry norms has already pushed for new digital compliance workflows and documented quality in our bunker operations. We are now investing in more thorough educational and cultural ballast aimed at the Bunker Traders of tomorrow, says Group COO, Svend Mølholt.

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KEEP CHALLENGING INDUSTRY STATUS QUO - This new programme is designed to provide young candidates with a structured series of rotations across our core bunker trading business. So far, our grooming of trainees has been focused on activities at local offices. Now is the right moment to offer a more attractive educational package for the new generations pursuing global careers in oil and shipping, Tracy Palm, Head of HR adds.

Program under the Danish Shipping Academy, where the students both gain a broad insight into the industry and a solid network with peers in similar positions across the industry.

Executive Director Jacob Ullegaard, Danish Shipping comments: - The shipping industry gives access to a broad range of opportunities for those with a thirst for global challenges. Monjasa’s MOST programme is a great entry point to this world of opportunity and I am happy that they have ambitions for their future trainees. The programme also includes participation in the Commercial Shipping

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree combined with excellent English skills. Alternative background could be a college education or similar with extracurricular experiences from e.g. travel, military, work, or living abroad.

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2-YEAR BUNKER TRADER PROGRAMME In-depth learning through the Commercial Shipping Programme at the Danish Shipping Academy during rotation periods in Denmark.

In 2018, Monjasa expects to take on 5-7 new Bunker Trading Trainees as part of the new programme.


SEMCO MARITIME WINS ENGINEERING STUDY FOR OFFSHORE WIND FARM IN TAIWAN The joint venture between Canadian power producer Northland Power Inc. (NPI) and Taiwan-based Yushan Energy Co. Ltd. has selected Semco Maritime for an engineering study for the Hai Long offshore wind farm in the Changhua area in Taiwan.

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he scope of the study comprises optimization of the electrical infrastructure hereunder electrical grid studies, assessment of number of offshore substations, sub-sea cable characteristics, design of preliminary offshore substation substructure and topside layout as well as onshore substation layout. The study will be delivered in cooperation with Taiwanese engineering partners to ensure local requirements are met. The Hai Long projects will have a generating capacity of 1,044 megawatts at two sites off the shore of Changhua County. - We are very pleased that NPI/Yushan Energy Co. Ltd. has chosen Semco Maritime for this study and we are proud that our services can play a part in helping the Hai Long project with its maturation. We view the Taiwanese market as very promising and we will do our outmost to assist Taiwan with reaching its ambitious 5500 MW offshore wind target by 2025, says Hasan Jørgensen, Senior Business Development Manager for Taiwan, Semco Maritime.

IN TAIWAN SINCE 2016 Semco Maritime has been active since 2016 in the Taiwanese offshore wind market and is building and maintaining alliances with Taiwanese companies to ensure local requirements are met and local jobs are created. - We work from more than 15 years of experience within offshore wind and our combination of providing services from engineering studies through detailed engineering to procurement and construction as well as service and maintenance makes for a unique full life-cycle offering to the market. We think the initial key to success for offshore wind in Taiwan is to blend our offshore wind experience with the local Taiwanese engineering capabilities and by this establish a self-propelled future for offshore wind in Taiwan, says Tommy Flindt, Director Technology, Semco Maritime. - We have selected Semco Maritime as we recognize their capabilities within offshore wind and

the success Semco Maritime has shown so far in building alliances with local companies. We believe there could be an opportunity to work closer together beyond the scope of this study, says Tsung-Hua Chen, CEO, Yushan Energy Co. Ltd. SEMCO MARITIME Semco Maritime is an international engineering and contracting company dedicated to projects in the energy sector. For more than 30 years, we have been facilitating design, fabrication, service and maintenance of our customers’ assets, providing comprehensive project management across all phases of energy projects. From turnkey engineering solutions to outsourcing of personnel and delivery of components, systems and solutions – we make sure our customers and partners in the energy sector experience safe and cost-efficient solutions. Semco Maritime has 1,200 employees and branches in Denmark, Norway, the UK, Singapore, Australia, Central America and the US. For further information, please see www.semcomaritime.com.

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MAKING THE BEST BETTER BY RAISING THE BAR How do you take people who may be the absolute best at what they do and make them better? The answer is you start a course where most other courses end, with a crucial test. Without passing the test on day one you can’t take part in the rest of the course. Maersk Training and the International Well Control Forum (IWCF) see this as the way to drive the oil and gas industry to an even higher standard of safety and compliance.

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he current top level is IWCF’s Level 4, to get on the new Enhanced Well Control course, the potential participant must have passed this twice with a minimum of 80% in all three tests. Then on day one of the course they do it again. Once passed, the participant enters a whole new learning experience, one that will push individual capabilities to previously unthought of heights through collaborative thinking. Maersk Training has been pushing educational boundaries for decades and is an industry leader in using simulation to create controllable reality,

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but this is the first time that they have opened up such a course to all drilling contractors. They believe that the best way to raise standards throughout the entire industry is to create a learning environment that can take the best learning practices from everyone. - There is no room for in-box thinking in this industry’ says Jan Olsen, Maersk Training’s chief drilling instructor. - People move from rig to rig and company to company, so raising the bar on standards is vital.

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I was talking to a senior driller who had worked for one company for 25 years and in that time had attended 20 Well Control courses. He was desperately looking for a way to stay fresh and motivated. This course will do it, and more. OPEN COURSE OPENS MINDS Beyond setting a higher standard for the current top level of well control certification, the new five-day course incorporates Crew Resource Management, responding to the fact that the initial trigger to many non-natural incidents lies in the actions of the individual. Globally


Maersk Training has championed using and developing the lessons through ‘the human element’ as witnessed and used to good effect for decades by the airline industry and space travel. For the first time anywhere, the participants in an enhanced well control course will not come from a single company. It will be open to all players in the industry, but only to senior staff, those who have attained the IWCF Level 4. There will be a maximum of ten participants on each course. These participants are, as Maersk Training’s Chief Operating Officer, Thorbjorn Anhoj describes them: - The key people on the well site that make key decisions that can determine the future of companies, both drilling contractor and operators. So ultimately the whole future of that company is in the hands of a very few people on the rig. Thorbjorn believes that as individuals working with the confines of an individual company the boundaries of development are restricted: - A closed course is not really changing the whole industry, we work as individual companies improving a little bit here and a little bit there. For the industry to change you really need everybody to exchange experiences and ideas in order to raise the standards of everyone.

Taking ships to 2030 and beyond with ABB AbilityTM Collaborative Operations ABB Marine & Ports service helps ship owners and operators to modernize their fleets by utilizing the latest innovations in the market. Smart digital solutions and modernization packages ensure operational efficiency and overall reliability of vessels, while extending their life cycle and making them environmentally friendly. We believe that the next generation of ships will be electric, digital and connected. Meet us at booth 1080 Danish Maritime Fair Contact us Global 24/7 Technical Support Phone: +47 9161 7373 Email: support.marine@abb.com abb.com/marine

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MAERSK DRILLING CREATE A JOINT 25-YEAR STRATEGY FOR THRUSTER SERVICES The global drilling contractor Maersk Drilling and the technology group Wärtsilä have joined forces to create a 25-year thruster maintenance strategy for Maersk’s three semi-submersible rigs and four drillships. The parties have already completed the strategy work on the D-rigs and commenced the strategy work related to V-Drillships. - Our fleet operates in remote locations and very demanding weather conditions, which poses a challenge to maintenance. Together with Wärtsilä, we have created a comprehensive strategy that takes into account a variety of realistic scenarios and provides detailed responses. It is clear to us that this kind of intensive collaboration produces tangible results and benefits for both companies and our customers, says Frederik Smidth, CTO, Maersk Drilling. By reducing the thruster exchange time, the deep-sea rigs and drillships will spend less time in sheltered waters for thruster maintenance. The joint strategy defines the planning procedures for scheduled maintenance as well as thruster services and equipment exchange in emergency scenarios.

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LONG-ESTABLISHED PARTNERSHIP The new, close collaboration reflects the longestablished partnership and mutual trust between Wärtsilä and Maersk. Increased understanding of one another’s operations and demands helps the two companies to plan and further develop the optimal and most efficient ways of executing thruster maintenance. With open exchange of information and knowledge, Wärtsilä and Maersk can also adopt a holistic view of the maintenance needs for a fleet of vessels over an extended time period, and thus optimise logistics and cost efficiency. - This is an important step for us: Wärtsilä and Maersk Drilling are taking co-operation to a new level, working as one team to ensure that operations

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on Maersk’s drilling rigs can proceed without unnecessary interruptions. We are proud to partner with Maersk Drilling and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship, says Tamara de Gruyter, Vice President, Propulsion System Services, Wärtsilä. WÄRTSILÄ Wärtsilä is a global leader in smart technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising sustainable innovation, total efficiency and data analytics, Wärtsilä maximises the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers. In 2017, Wärtsilä’s net sales totalled EUR 4.9 billion with approximately 18,000 employees. The company has operations in over 200 locations in more than 80 countries around the world. Wärtsilä is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.


HELCOM RECOMMENDATION PUSHES FURTHER USE OF E-NAVIGATION HELCOM has adopted the revised Recommendation 34E/2 on enhancing safety of navigation. To support the overall goals HELCOM wants shipping to further decrease the risk for accidents and has identified e-Navigation through Sea Traffic Management as one of the prime tools. The concrete recommendations and encouragements pushes the Baltic Sea to become the leading e-Navigation area in the world. - Further testing and development of the concept of exchange of Voyage Plans as well as other e-Navigation solutions to enhance safety of navigation and protection of the marine environment in the Baltic Sea Region, Monika Stankiewicz, Executive Secretary of HELCOM, says. The Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) includes all countries around the Baltic Sea plus Norway. - The early results from e-Navigation and Sea Traffic Management (STM) projects indicate that this is the way forward. We look forward to seeing more results and concrete implementation in the Baltic, where almost 7% of the world’s total goods volume is transported. Anna Petersson, chair of the HELCOM Maritime Work Group, adds: - The HELCOM maritime work group united quickly around the texts of the recommendation, including e-Navigation and STM, which was an important step forward in the process of increasing the safety in the Baltic Sea area. The 34E/2 Recommendation include further testing of concrete services, e.g. Maritime Safety Information, Route optimization, Ice routeing, Port call synchronization and Facilitated reporting. It also includes further refinement of standards to support the technical development,

working in close cooperation with IMO and IALA and submitting common input papers to them. HELCOM also encourages the Baltic governments to be active in coming tests and help pushing ships to use their voyage plan sharing capabilities to have a large test base. - This revision is a natural step forward from the last recommendation, which was more general

in its nature. Now we have seen the outcomes and partial results of several e-Navigation projects in the Baltic Area: e.g. ENSI, MONALISA 2.0, EfficienSea II and STM Validation. I believe that the next revision will have even stronger recommendations on implementation in the Baltic countries covering the whole Baltic Sea, says Magnus SundstrĂśm, Project Manager of the STM Validation project.

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LARS THRANE CONCLUDE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT Lars Thrane and Radio Holland Group have concluded a global distribution agreement for the LT-3100 Iridium system. The global agreement enables every Radio Holland office in the world to distribute the LT-3100 Iridium system as well as perform after-sales service and maintenance.

- The distribution agreement with the Radio Holland Group is a major step forward for us. The global presence and professional approach to the market has given Radio Holland a strong name in the marine business. We are looking forward to support Radio Holland, says Peter Thrane, CEO and Co-Founder.

The long antenna cable also makes LT-3100 a perfect choice for citadel solutions (anti-piracy). The LT-3100 system can be used as the primary satellite communication product on vessels, covering the basic communication needs in terms of connectivity between the ship and shore. In addition, LT-3100 can be used for crew calling or as a back-up satellite communication product.

The LT-3100 is based on the Iridium satellite network. The system offers voice, data & tracking capabilities with 100% global coverage. LT-3100 consists of a control unit, handset unit, and antenna unit. A single cable solution connects the control unit with the antenna unit.

- We are happy to work with Lars Thrane and congratulate the company on the return of a great name to the maritime market, always connected with quality products, says Erik van der Noordaa, CEO Radio Holland Group.

FREEDOM TO MOUNT Using a standard coaxial cable, up to 500 meters of separation between the units can be obtained, giving freedom to mount the antenna in the best possible location, with free line of sight to the satellites.

LARS THRANE A/S Lars Thrane A/S specializes in design and manufacturing of high-performance satellite communications systems and navigation sensors using the latest, innovative and ground-breaking technology.

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With a strong background in satellite communications engineering, and experience in the development of maritime communications and navigation equipment, Lars Thrane A/S brings high performance products into the maritime world of tomorrow. Our products are for the maritime professional and leisure markets. Lars Thrane A/S is a privately-owned company headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. RADIO HOLLAND Radio Holland is well-known in the maritime industry as global NavCom, IT on Board, Connectivity and Service & Maintenance provider. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Radio Holland connects its customers to an unrivalled network of 80 offices and support locations along the global shipping routes. Radio Holland delivers unique technical service expertise which helps customers run smarter, more profitable businesses with less downtime and lower operational expenditures.


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VIKING STRENGTHENS OFFERINGS TO JAPANESE SHIPOWNERS The combined capability of supplying extended service interval liferafts and the recent Japanese government approval for its liferaft range has upped the competitiveness of VIKING safety solutions for Japanese shipowners.

- VIKING has taken important steps to demonstrate commitment to the Japanese market, and with the first of the Japanese government approvals in place for our liferafts, we’re able to provide solutions that more closely match the relationships shipowners already have with local suppliers, says Bjarne Kolbo Nielsen, Vice President of the Asian region. With around 8,000 vessels under its flag, Japan could overtake Greece as the world’s leading shipping nation. And, with Japanese shipowners’ attention to safety ranking among the highest in the world, the potential for high-quality lifesaving equipment with the latest features is correspondingly large. STRONG ALLIANCE Five years ago, VIKING entered a strategic alliance with MOL’s subsidiary MOL Techno-Trade, which has since represented the global safety leader in the local Japanese market. Joining forces, the danish maritime magazine

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two companies have worked to create growth in three primary areas: deliveries to the newbuilding market; sales to shipowners; and liferaft services. So far, VIKING has chosen not to have employees stationed in Japan. Sales are conducted via a dedicated VIKING project team established by MOL Techno-Trade. However, Bjarne Kolbo Nielsen says: - We are evaluating the options for taking the next steps with MOL towards further demonstrating VIKING’s commitment to the Japanese market. Servicing of liferafts is carried out by Marine International Co. Ltd., which has long been the authorized service station provider in Kobe and Yokohama, and by the members of the JSMQA network which have achieved certification to provide servicing throughout Japan. VIKING LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT VIKING Life-Saving Equipment is a global market leader in maritime and offshore safety,

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providing and servicing safety and fire-fighting equipment for passenger and cargo ships, offshore installations, fishing vessels, the navy, fire departments and leisure yachts. VIKING is a privately held corporation founded in 1960 with group headquarters in Denmark. Products are manufactured in Denmark, Norway, Bulgaria and Thailand. VIKING offers a broad range of high-quality safety products and systems as well as tailored safety solutions certified in accordance with the latest IMO, SOLAS, EU and USCG requirements. With 2,000 dedicated employees and a network comprising 72 branches, 260 certified servicing stations, multiple agents and stock points worldwide, VIKING is a truly global provider of safety solutions in all significant markets and locations.


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