Danish Ports: We can produce the most jobs

The fight for the – apparently – limited amount of money allocated for the initiatives of the maritime growth team has begun. “Money for companies in the ports will provide more jobs,” says Danish Ports.

Photo: Casper Dalhoff

Many interests are at stake in the maritime initiative, which is being prepared and polished by the growth team into a final proposal for how the government can improve the conditions for the maritime cluster. Danish Ports will be one player fighting for the favor of the politicians, alongside the shipping companies, subcontractors, educational institutions, and so forth.

However, Danish Ports believes that the association and its members, the Danish industrial ports, are holding the right cards for final accommodation by the initiative, when in the end it all comes down to dollars and cents.

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