Shipowners: Paving the way for Danish-Chinese cooperation

The Danish Shipowners’ Association believes that the visit to China, headed by Minister for Business and Growth Ole Sohn, paves the way for a new cooperative relationship, says the president of the shipowners’ association, Peter Bjerregaard, to ShippingWatch.

Both China and Denmark possess important competencies in the maritime sector, from which the industries of both countries can benefit a lot, says the president of the Danish Shipowners’ Association, Peter Bjerregaard.

He is a part of the business delegation that, headed by Minister for Business and Growth Ole Sohn, is in China and Singapore this week. A big part of the visit will deal with the maritime industries, as the delegation will visit companies and public institutions in the shipping sector. So far, the delegation has been to Beijing and Dalian, and they have met with the country’s shipowners’ association, shipyard association, the Ministry of Transportation, and the Maritime University in Dalian.

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