We use the ocean for transporting goods, fishing, exploiting oil and gas reservoirs - or maybe that leisure trip in your sailing boat. But considering the oceans covering two-thirds of the surface of the earth it is not even close in getting its fair share of attention..
I i 2017 vil TINV være tilstede på Folkemøde og igen i et fællestelt mellem innovationsnetværkene og GTS’erne under overskriften ”Grib mulighederne”. TINV griber selv mulighederne, da det for FM17 netop er MDCs afdeling på Bornholm og TINV koordinator Lone Reppien Thomsen, der skal stå for koordineringen af fællesteltet.
I mandags havde MDCs medlemmer muligheden for, at komme til et hands-on seminar om hvordan man håndterer en potentiel mediestorm.
Clipper House lagde hus til da 5 speakers præsenterede en række forslag, steps og tips og tricks til, hvordan maritime virskomheder kan håndtere en potentiel mediestorm...
For virksomheder med ambitiøse vækstplaner i den maritime industri, er det nu muligt at søge optagelse i Det Maritime Elitetræningscenter, der er en del af det nationale Scale-Up Denmark initiativ
How much work is put into an exhibition booth at DMF? Some might use half a day setting it up, some only use a couple of hours. This year, we wanted to do something different by building the whole thing ourselves out of metal pipes and cardboard.
Our always very active HSQE steering committee has been going through some changes and we've said goodbye to three members, one of which has now joined our board, and we've therefore gained three new members. We want to give a welcome to Karen Kruse, SVITZER, Kurt Rye Damkjær and Karsten Gauger, Lauritzen Kosan.
Cultural differences are all around us! As a global maritime leader, Denmark attracts many international employees both on and offshore. Most of us can acknowledge the interesting aspect of meeting new cultures but alongside the enthusiasm, it also brings some challenges. But how do we work with these differences, and is there a simple explanation on how to work within the Danish culture?
The first event hosted by the newly established network “Go LNG Denmark” brought together business stakeholders from all of the Baltic Sea Region.
New and exciting things are going on here! We have changed our name to MDC - Maritime Development Center and we've got our selfs a brand new logo to show off!
More apprenticeships, more collaborative project work between maritime companies, and a better sense of what is waiting after graduating? This is just a few of many advantages that students from four educational institutions will get from the new Lindø Training Center.
September 20, 2016 the project FMH had arranged a networking event to Lindø Industrial Park in collaboration with SIMAC.
The 'Work Environment Forum' Steering Committee is all sewn up and is at the rate of knots, ready to present to you a series of exciting and highly relevant topics throughout the coming fall/winter- and spring/summer season.
Through collaboration with the maritime cluster, the ‘Work Environment Forum’ Steering Committee will put emphasis on relevant challenges and topics within working environment and occupational health and safety.
The ‘Port Forum’ is a brand new initiative! In MDCE the ports haven’t had the opportunity for a cross corporation between ports stakeholders so far. This very needed steering committee has now fallen into place and is very excited to show you what moves in the Danish port industry. The themes will be relevant for all companies with any kind of port related activities and invites stakeholders to innovate and exchange experiences in order to strengthen the collaboration and hopefully develop new business opportunities.
Please say hi to 'Maritime Law'!
Finally, we can announce our maritime law steering committee. This means that in the near future we will be able to present you with meetings and events focusing on legal issues relevant to the Danish shipping industry in order for the industry participants to obtain knowledge enabling practical action regarding such issues.