Green Ship of the Future

Green Ship of the Future is a public private partnership for innovation and demonstration of technologies and methods that makes shipping more environmentally friendly. Through collaborative innovation, forces are joined to explore, develop and demonstrate ambitious green solutions for the shipping industry and for shipping. The core activity of GSF is the development of environmental and energy efficiency projects in relation to ships and the shipping industry.


Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Head of Secretariet


The Ports of Guldborgsund

The Ports of Guldborgsund (Guldborgsund Havne) consist of four ports: business port of Stubbekøbing, fishing port of Gedser, business ports of Nykøbing Falster and Orehoved. These four ports provide an individually tailored service as needed.

A professional staff of permanently employed workers and highly skilled technical assistance are in charge of the handling of vessels and maintenance of basins as well as ground systems. All are at your service 24/7.

The ports are placed centrally in Guldborgsund, Storstrømmen, Grønsund and at the Baltic.

The business ports of Nykøbing Falster and Orehoved are ISPS approved ports (International Ships and Ports Security), which means, they are a part of the comprehensive set of measures to enhance the security of ships and port facilities against terrorism. This demands a big deal of technical knowledge and professional judgement among the work staff. 

Our materiel ranges from cranes (40 and 52 tonnes), Fork-lifts, Bob-cats, tug boats (5 tonnes bollard pull), that can comply with the customers present demands on the ports. The Ports of Guldborgsund welcomes all current and future customers to a professional service 24/7/365.

Laila Nielsen, General Manager

Green-Jakobsen A/S

Green-Jakobsen is an international business process, HR and safety development company within the maritime and offshore industry. Our focus is always to drive our clients' business performance further and to make our clients more competitive and effective. The strength of Green-Jakobsen is that we are 100% committed towards the maritime segment and that we understand our clients needs seen from strategic, tactical and operational level.

Through the combination of a number of multimodal services and business-specific understanding we develop tailor-made training and business process development solutions. Our services range from providing single HR and Safety components to a complete partnership where we design, develop and implement the training and development activities. The Green-Jakobsen services have been rolled out in more than 20 different countries world wide.

Green-Jakobsen A/S is certified by the Danish Maritime Authority in accordance with the DMA's standard for quality management of maritime training and education.

Erik Green, Managing Director and Partner

Granly Diesel A/S

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Cummins has a long and proud history in the development and innovation of diesel engine technology. It all began in 1919 with a young self-taught mechanical inventor, Clessie Lyle Cummins and his beliefs in the theory of diesel engine technology invented by Rudolph Diesel in the 1890s.

For more than three-quaters of a century, Cummins has striven to provide solutions in this field believing in these six core values:

Strive to do what is right and to do what we say we will do.

Apply the creative ingenuity necessary to make us better, faster, first.

Delivering Superior Results
Exceed expectations, consistently.

Corporate Responsibility
Serve and improve the communities in which we live.

Embrace the diverse perspectives of all people and honor with both dignity and respect.

Global Involvement
Seek a world view and act without boundaries.

Preben Vogt, Vice President

Gorrissen Federspiel

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Gorrissen Federspiel's Transportation group is a leading advisor within the maritime, offshore and transportation industry. Our maritime law practice dates back to the 1890s.

The group offers specialist advice and assistance within: 

  • traditional maritime law, collisions, groundings, salvage, charterparties, cargo claims, marine insurance, CMR, etc.

  • related areas of law relevant to the entire maritime, offshore and transportation industry: sale and purchase, ship and asset finance, international trade, corporate law, competition law and labour law.

The group works closely with the firm's other groups, e.g. Aircraft & Rolling Stock, Banking & Finance, Corporate & Commercial, EU & Competition, Litigation and Labour & Employment.

Our clients include the vast majority of Danish shipowners as well as many foreign shipowners, road carriers, freight forwarders, leading P&I and FD&D clubs, H&M and other insurers, oil companies, contractors and harbours and leading financial institutions. We corporate with key organisations, including Danish Shipowners' Association, BIMCO, Dansk Transport og Logistik and International Transport Union.

We have close contacts with the companies, organisations and public authorities that make Denmark a leading seafaring nation.

Peter Appel, Chairman and Partner