Denmark, South Korea Join for Green Shipping

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 23, 2019

Pic: Danish Maritime Authority

Pic: Danish Maritime Authority

The Danish Maritime Authority hosted the first meeting in the Danish-South Korean Green Ship Expert Committee (GSEC) yesterday (Jaunary 23).

According to a note from Danish Maritime Authority, this collaboration originates from the strategic partnership between Denmark and South Korea that was formed during the 60-year anniversary (2011) for the dispatch of the hospital ship M/S JUTLANDIA.

GSEC will set the framework for collaboration on new technology and sustainable solutions for shipping.

Andreas Nordseth, Director General of the Danish Maritime Authority, said: “With the combination of expertise within shipping, ship building as well as development and production of maritime equipment, we are well matched to find solutions to the challenges of future shipping together.”

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