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Windfair in Germany

Windfair in Germany

26-09-2022

The need for the green transition has hardly been more urgent than now. Against this backdrop, Port of Grenaa participates in probably the world's largest wind fair in Germany.

Growth in new strategy year

Growth in new strategy year

09-05-2022

Port of Grenaa has come of out 2021 with an extreme high level of growth and one of its best results in history.

8,000 m2 warehouse acquired

8,000 m2 warehouse acquired

19-04-2022

Port of Grenaa has as of May 1, 2022 acquired a large warehouse and commercial building from Rygaard Transport & Logistic A/S.

Russian vessels banned

Russian vessels banned

16-04-2022

Sanctions overrule the obligation of the Port of Grenaa to accept vessels effective as of April 16, 2022.

Sustainability strategy

Sustainability strategy

15-03-2022

It is vital to the Port of Grenaa that the sustainable development goals are widely rooted in the organisation, and the employees have even been involved in the sustainability strategy for 2025.

The tug Nadir has a new base in Grenaa

The tug Nadir has a new base in Grenaa

07-03-2022

“THE PORT OF GRENAA IS CENTRALLY LOCATED”

A cold challenge

A cold challenge

11-01-2022

With three large project cargo ships calling at the port within three weeks and ships continuously sailing off at the same time, there was a desperate need for an experienced quayside crew, which the Port was ready to provide.

Prices and Trade Terms 2022

Prices and Trade Terms 2022

31-12-2021

The Port of Grenaa is now ready with a new edition of its Prices and Terms and Conditions of Business, updated to version 2022.

Successful simulation test

Successful simulation test

15-12-2021

Simulation test makes it possible for even larger ships to call at the Port of Grenaa.

100 percent green power for the Port of Grenaa

100 percent green power for the Port of Grenaa

09-12-2021

Operations at the Port of Grenaa will, going forward, use 100% made-in-Denmark, climate-friendly power, which will cement the Port’s ambitious goals for the green transition.

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