Denmark vying for Canadian billions earmarked for shipbuilding

Canada has earmarked billions for shipbuilding and in the fall, Danish maritime companies will meet with Canadian authorities in the fall to discuss new partnerships. CEO of industry association Danish Maritime, Jenny Braat, describes the campaign as a milestone.

Over the fall, several Danish maritime companies will cross the Atlantic to meet with the Canadian maritime authorities in the hopes of getting a share of the massive funds which the North American country has earmarked for its federal fleet over the next 20-30 years, informs industry association Danish Maritime in a press release.

In June, the association visited a conference in Canada, at which a future fall meeting was fixed to form partnerships in education and technology.

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