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Danish export to Thailand rises by 56% in 2015

COPENHAGEN: The first few months of 2015 are looking promising in terms of Danish exports to Thailand. Compared to the first quarter last year, exports this year have shot up by 56 percent. Danish imports from Thailand are traditionally twice the size of the exports, but that could even out in the near future. “Thailand has, due to political conflict, ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line orders 11 huge container ships worth of 12.3b Kroner

COPENHAGEN: Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has ordered 11 huge container ships with an option to buy six more in a deal worth 12.3 billion kroner ($1.8 billion) Soeren Toft, spokesman for the shipping unit Maersk line, says the 400-meter (1,200 feet) ships “will help us stay competitive in the Asia-Europe trade and will be key ... Read More »

Danish export to Thailand on the rise by 56% in 2015

COPENHAGEN: The first few months of 2015 are looking promising in terms of Danish exports to Thailand. Compared to the first quarter last year, exports this year have shot up by 56 percent. Danish imports from Thailand are traditionally twice the size of the exports, but that could even out in the near future. “Thailand has, due to political conflict, ... Read More »

Danish Maersk Line orders 11 huge container ships worth of 12.3b Kroner

COPENHAGEN: Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has ordered 11 huge container ships with an option to buy six more in a deal worth 12.3 billion kroner ($1.8 billion) Soeren Toft, spokesman for the shipping unit Maersk line, says the 400-meter (1,200 feet) ships “will help us stay competitive in the Asia-Europe trade and will be key ... Read More »

Danish wind turbine Vestas notches 3 new agreements in a week

COPENHAGEN: Danish wind turbine producer Vestas has signed three new deals in Poland, Turkey and Mexico over the past week. The 99 MW deal for La Mesa and Ciudad Victoria wind power farms located in Tamaulipas, Mexico is the second order that Vestas has signed in Tamaulipas this month, in addition to the Tres Mesas project announcement on May 8. “Only ... Read More »

Danish jobindex revenue hikes33.1% to DKK 63m in Q1 of 2015

COPENHAGEN: Danish job board Jobindex reported revenue for the first quarter ending 31 March 2015 of DKK 63 million, an increase of 33.1% compared with DKK 47.5 million during the same period last year. In addition to its core job board, which is known as Jobbsafari in Sweden and Norway, Jobindex also operates media company Computerworld, which it acquired in ... Read More »

Danish Dansk Supermarked buys Wupti.com

COPENHAGEN: Dansk Supermarked has purchased the Danish online store Wupti.com from 3C Retail owner Niels Thorborg. 3C Retail is also behind the companies L’easy and Inspiration. Dansk Supermarked head Per Bank has previously expressed an ambition to become a leader in e-commerce, and the purchase of Wupti.com moves Denmark’s largest retail company another step in the digital direction. “The synergies ... Read More »

Danish tourist overnight stay increase 10% in Q1 of 2015

COPENHAGEN: Two recent reports have spelled bad news for Denmark’s tourism industry, but try telling that to the guests who have been flocking to Copenhagen this year. According to figures from the tourist organization Visit Copenhagen, there was a ten percent increase in overnight stays in the Danish capital through the first quarter of 2015 when compared to the same ... Read More »

Danish Tiger increases by 44% to 2.46b kroner

COPENHAGEN: It has been a remarkable year for the Danish discount store chain Tiger. The company’s parent company Zebra A/S released its annual accounts today, showing a record turnover and profit. The capital fund EQT, which is the ultimate owner of 67 percent of the shares in Tiger, sees an IPO as being the obvious option, Børsen reports. Turnover increased ... Read More »

Danish tourist overnight stay increase 10% in Q1 of 2015

COPENHAGEN: Two recent reports have spelled bad news for Denmark’s tourism industry, but try telling that to the guests who have been flocking to Copenhagen this year. According to figures from the tourist organization Visit Copenhagen, there was a ten percent increase in overnight stays in the Danish capital through the first quarter of 2015 when compared to the same ... Read More »

Danish Dansk Supermarked buys Wupti.com

COPENHAGEN: Dansk Supermarked has purchased the Danish online store Wupti.com from 3C Retail owner Niels Thorborg. 3C Retail is also behind the companies L’easy and Inspiration. Dansk Supermarked head Per Bank has previously expressed an ambition to become a leader in e-commerce, and the purchase of Wupti.com moves Denmark’s largest retail company another step in the digital direction. “The synergies ... Read More »

Danish Admiral hotel profit jumps 55.5m Kroner

COPENHAGEN: The prominent four-star Admiral Hotel in Copenhagen had its most successful year ever, according to its latest accounts, Børsen reports. The hotel’s parent company CAH AS reported pre-tax profits of 55.5 million kroner on a turnover of 113.4 million kroner, but details of the company’s ownership are the subject of intense secrecy. Ole Egholm, the head of the industry ... Read More »

Danish tourist overnight stay increase 10% in Q1 of 2015

COPENHAGEN: Two recent reports have spelled bad news for Denmark’s tourism industry, but try telling that to the guests who have been flocking to Copenhagen this year. According to figures from the tourist organization Visit Copenhagen, there was a ten percent increase in overnight stays in the Danish capital through the first quarter of 2015 when compared to the same ... Read More »

Danish Dansk Supermarked buys Wupti.com

COPENHAGEN: Dansk Supermarked has purchased the Danish online store Wupti.com from 3C Retail owner Niels Thorborg. 3C Retail is also behind the companies L’easy and Inspiration. Dansk Supermarked head Per Bank has previously expressed an ambition to become a leader in e-commerce, and the purchase of Wupti.com moves Denmark’s largest retail company another step in the digital direction. “The synergies ... Read More »

Danish Tiger increases by 44% to 2.46b kroner

COPENHAGEN: It has been a remarkable year for the Danish discount store chain Tiger. The company’s parent company Zebra A/S released its annual accounts today, showing a record turnover and profit. The capital fund EQT, which is the ultimate owner of 67 percent of the shares in Tiger, sees an IPO as being the obvious option, Børsen reports. Turnover increased ... Read More »

Danish Admiral hotel profit jumps 55.5m Kroner

COPENHAGEN: The prominent four-star Admiral Hotel in Copenhagen had its most successful year ever, according to its latest accounts, Børsen reports. The hotel’s parent company CAH AS reported pre-tax profits of 55.5 million kroner on a turnover of 113.4 million kroner, but details of the company’s ownership are the subject of intense secrecy. Ole Egholm, the head of the industry ... Read More »

Danish FLSmidth’s new technology can create 40m US dollar extra

COPENHAGEN: The Danish engineering company FLSmidth has developed a new technology that has huge economic potential for copper production. Technology could make mines an extra 40 million dollars per year. The new  method of leaching the process for extracting copper from the ore  can extract more copper from poor quality ore, increasing output by as much as 3 percent. This ... Read More »

Danish FLSmidth’s new technology can create 40m US dollar extra

COPENHAGEN: The Danish engineering company FLSmidth has developed a new technology that has huge economic potential for copper production. Technology could make mines an extra 40 million dollars per year. The new  method of leaching the process for extracting copper from the ore  can extract more copper from poor quality ore, increasing output by as much as 3 percent. This ... Read More »

Danish aviation strategy may create 16,000 jobs in Denmark

COPENHAGEN: According to a report, the aviation sector annually contributes up to 100 billion kroner to the economy, accounts for about 30,000 jobs and supports about 150,000 more. Copenhagen Economics paints pictures of two possible scenarios for the industry. Its rosy picture involves growth of 8 billion kroner and 16,000 additional jobs by 2020. However, a lack of growth, it ... Read More »

Danish job market hikes by 4,100 in February, continues grows for 22nd straight month

COPENHAGEN: Employment levels reached their highest point in more than four years in February, Statistics Denmark reported on Tuesday. Monthly job totals increased by 4,100 in February, bringing Denmark’s total work force up to 2,594,200 wage earners. Economy Minister Morten Østergaard said he wanted to see that number hit three million, but pointed out that February continued an upward trend ... Read More »