On 26 January, President Doumbia-Henry welcomed the Go LNG project partners to WMU for a strategic partner meeting. In response to the ever-changing situation on the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market, the GoLNG project focuses on the development of demand and accessibility of LNG in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR).
Let's look into the technological tendencies which will influence the future in shipping! At the two days iShipping Conference in Copenhagen Digital Ship invites us to take a bird's eye view of the technical and digital developments drivers we have seen emerging over the last few years. To all you MDC's members! When registering you will get an extraordinary opportunity as you will get a 30% discount on your entrance fee due to your membership.
Alongside 'World Careers' the project; 'Fremtidens Maritime Håndværker' (FMH) packed up and left for Aalborg. At 'DM i Skills', a national championship for the most skilled students from the Danish vocational schools, FMH once again introduced the kids to a future within the maritime industry. Through Virtual Reality, the young people got a first-hand look into the everyday life of a maritime craftsman.
Onsdag d. 8. februar bød MDC's Port Forum velkommen til dette nye temas første arrangement. I By og Havns historiske lokaler på Toldboden i København mødtes godt 35 repræstentanter fra danske havne og havneinteressenter, som fik et indblik og en levende debat om fremtidens produktionsstruktur, dennes påvirkning af havnene, og ikke mindst de grønne ønsker – eller måske ligefrem krav til fremtidens havne.
On Tuesday 31st MDC, under the auspices of our HSQE Forum, had the pleasure of welcoming no less than 53 people at the event: Digitalization, disruptive change and future in the shipping industry. Lloyd's Register hosted the event at their office in Hellerup, Denmark, where we all gathered to hear possibilities, challenges and what maritime organizations can expect in the future.
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!