Danish Maritime Authority forced out of Copenhagen

As part of the Danish government's plans to move a number of public jobs out of Copenhagen, the Danish Maritime Authority and its 200 employees will be relocated to Korsør, on the western edge of Zealand.

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This week the Danish Maritime Authority was told that it will have to pick and move from the capital to the town of Korsør, on the western edge of Zealand, bringing its approximately 200 employees along with it.

But "it could be worse" seems to be the overall response from the employees, who tell ShippingWatch that they had initially feared that they could be relocated to Svendborg, on the island of Funen, or all the way to Frederikshavn in northern Jutland.

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