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AAK's growth reaches Grenaa

AAK's growth reaches Grenaa

06-01-2020

AAK Denmark A/S in Aarhus has been characterised by constant growth for many years, not the least due to the demand for shea kernel oil, which keeps increasing. Now, shea kernels are also unloaded in Grenaa.

New ferry route

New ferry route

09-12-2019

The new ferry route between Grenaa and Halmstad will open on the 1st of February 2020. The vision is to connect eastern Jutland with southern Sweden as a new region that enhances growth and development on both sides of the Kattegat.

WindEurope Offshore 2019

WindEurope Offshore 2019

25-11-2019

Join us this week at WindEurope Offshore 2019. Copenhagen 26-28 November 2019. Stand C1-B63.

Prioritising global goals

Prioritising global goals

10-09-2019

To the Port of Grenaa, assuming responsibility for the community has always been of fundamental value, and now the Port is about to strengthen its CSR profile further by focusing on sustainability and the UN's 17 global goals. 

A project with high demands

A project with high demands

22-05-2019

An extensive project load including project cargo and parcels of different sizes, handled and stored in Grenaa prior to final shipping to India.

Mobile onshore power plant

Mobile onshore power plant

14-05-2019

The Port of Grenaa can as the first commercial and industrial port offer drilling rigs and ships low-cost and flexible power from a mobile onshore power plant.

Record profits - and growth continues

Record profits - and growth continues

29-04-2019

In 2018, Port of Grenaa achieved the best profits in the history of the port.

Operationally stronger

Operationally stronger

01-04-2019

Tasks involving business development, as well as functional and operational tasks, aim at strengthening the dialogue with customers and using the resources of the Port of Grenaa in the best way possible.

More goods via Grenaa

More goods via Grenaa

13-03-2019

Stema Shipping has high expectations for enhanced cooperation in the Djursland region. Stema Shipping A/S currently owns five quarries in Norway, a fleet of six specialised vessels and 50 terminals across 10 different countries.

Decom Tools EU project

Decom Tools EU project

05-12-2018

Attractive EU project on sustainable wind turbine decommissioning. Port of Grenaa participates.

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