Arctic ambassador: Danish shipping is in a strong position

The Danish shipping industry is in a strong position when it comes to benefitting from the increased activity in the Arctic regions, Denmark’s new Arctic ambassador, Klavs A. Holm, tells ShippingWatch.

The Danish shipping industry is well placed to participate when work in the Arctic really picks up, says Denmark’s new Arctic ambassador, Klavs A. Holm.

“The oil exploration alone requires an enormous setup, because the climate makes it incredibly difficult, and it takes a massive input of material and supplies. And Danish shipping interests are simply well placed for this, as there are already a lot Danish ships sailing in the areas around Greenland. This is a clear advantage, which we want to expand upon in a good and proper way, so that we can maintain a Danish market share of the supply industries for everything that happens there,” Klavs A. Holm tells ShippingWatch.

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