The famous Northern Sea Route follows the Russian Arctic coast and connects the Atlantic with the Pacific Ocean.Monday, 27 May, 2013, 4:32pm
Established in 1974, Hoyer has become a pioneer among the small and medium-sized Danish businesses established in Asia. The company today has activities in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Poland, the Benelux region and China. With the successful completion of an all-inclusive corporate rebranding, the Hoyer Group is now positioning itself as a global player with an international strategy.27 May 2013 - 4:32pm
With a global transport network covering more than 187 countries, Scan Global Logistics (SGL) is dedicated to providing tailor-made logistics solutions.
SGL has taken its "can-do" attitude to China and is continuing to see its business grow throughout the region.27 May 2013 - 4:32pm
As China's shipbuilding industry develops, international companies are increasing their efforts to deliver high-quality environmentally friendly products to customers in the country. Established in 1917, Hans Jensen Lubricators continues to operate as a family-owned company and is committed to the future development of its business in China.27 May 2013 - 4:32pm
Established in 1978, Copenship has evolved into a modern, streamlined operating company with more than 50 vessels on charter at any given time. Initially focusing on East African trade and chartering within the grain trades, Copenship has today positioned itself as a company with a clear focus on business with China.27 May 2013 - 4:33pm
Having been actively involved in the shipping industry for 25 years, Peter Jein, founder and senior partner of Navision Group, understands the need to strategise for the future. Jein has come to recognise the importance of China and the country's role in the future of the global shipping industry.27 May 2013 - 4:32pm
The Chinese maritime sector is starting to take notice of Grundfos, a global pump manufacturer. The company is pioneering solutions to cut energy on marine vessels.27 May 2013 - 4:33pm
Key figures and statistics of the shipping industry
Uninterrupted growth in the Danish merchant fleet since 1998.
Denmark is the seventh biggest shipping nation in the world.
Danish shipping's foreign currency earnings went up 20 per cent in 2010.
Danish shipping companies transport 10 per cent of the world trade.27 May 2013 - 4:33pm
With one of Europe's longest coastlines and surrounded by more than 400 islands, Denmark's history, culture and traditions have always been connected to the sea. Just as Denmark's economy remains tied to the international maritime industry, the country is continuing to strengthen its economic ties with China, which has become the world's greatest exporter of manufactured products.27 May 2013 - 4:33pm