Danish Ports looking for inspiration from China and Singapore

Danish Ports is tagging along on Minister for Business and Growth Ole Sohn’s trip to China and Singapore this week. Danish Ports expects a two-way exchange of ideas about industrial ports and tourist ports.

Photo: Thomas Borberg

Danish Ports will be participating in Minister for Business and Growth Ole Sohn’s trip to China and Singapore, where the minister will meet with the two major Chinese shipping companies Cosco and China Shipping Group Limited, among others.

“Danish Ports is interested in learning how Singapore has managed to procure a major global share of the manufacturing and modernization of drilling rigs,“ says chairman of Danish ports, Uffe Steiner Jensen, and continues:

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