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This is your shipping calendar for March 2021

Find out what's happening in international shipping and offshore this year. Links to other months are located in the bar to the right, beneath the header "related articles."

Interim Reports

March 1

  • Torm. Annual Report.
  • BW LPG. Annual Report & Q4 2020.

March 2

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March 3

  • Kuehne+Nagel. Annual Report.

March 4

  • Norden. Annual Report.

March 5

  • Eagle Bulk. Q4 2020.

March 6

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March 8

  • Hafnia. Q4 and Annual Report.
  • Atlas Corporation. Q4 2020.

March 9

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March 11

  • DNB. Annual Report.

March 12

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March 14

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March 15

  • DSV Panalpina. Annual General Meeting.

March 16

  • GC Rieber. Annual Report.

March 17

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March 18

  • Hapag-Lloyd. Annual Report.
  • DP World. Annual Report.
  • Western Bulk. Annual Report.

March 19

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March 21

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March 22

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March 23

  • Maersk. Annual General Meeting.
  • DFDS. Annual General Meeting.

March 24

  • Nordic Shipholding. Annual Report.

March 25

  • Aker BP. Annual Report.
  • Hunter Group. Annual Report.
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen. Annual Report.
  • Norden. Annual General Meeting.
  • Eimskip. Annual General Meeting.

March 26

  • Wilhelmsen. Annual Report.
  • MPC Containerships. Annual Report.
  • Prosafe. Annual Report.

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March 30

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March 31

  • Euronav. Final year results 2020.

Virtual and on-demand Events

Conferences and seminars

Courses and misc.

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Events in Europe

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Global events

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Events in Denmark

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