Retrofit projects enter second phase

Danish Maritime’s retrofit projects are now in a new phase, in which work begins on proving and certifying the efficiency improvements that Danish Maritime estimates will both save the shipping companies money while also help them live up to the political standards for environmental improvements.

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The maritime cluster will save a lot of money with the retrofitting projects that Danish Maritime has been heading for the past year, says Michael V. Jensen, project manager at Danish Maritime.

“By environmentally optimizing the ships one can strengthen the business ability of the Danish maritime industry. Suppliers as well as the many Danish ships out there can benefit from retrofitting. The major advantage is lower fuel consumption, while at the same time complying with the political trends about a better environment and more energy efficiency,” says Michael V. Jensen.

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