The Danish Maritime Industry Strengthens Position

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The Danish Maritime Industry Starts of the New Year Strong – Now the Sixth Largest Maritime Operator Nation Globally

In a new report published by IHS Markit (Seaweb), Denmark moves up to spot number 6 on the list of the world’s leading maritime operator nations measured on operated tonnage – only 7 million operated tonnage behind USA. With the new Plan for Growth in Blue Denmark , the sight seem set for further advancement on the list in the years to come.

List over leading maritime operator nations:

  1. Greece
  2. Japan
  3. China
  4. Singapore
  5. USA
  6. Denmark
  7. Germany

(Further details can be found at IHS Markit (Seaweb) (login required)).

At GateHouse Maritime we are happy to be part of a proud maritime nation with a strong industry and governmental focus on continued growth in the maritime industry.

Sources: Danish Maritime Authority & Plan for Growth in Blue Denmark

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