An increasing amount of J. Lauritzen’s business is being created and controlled in Asia. The company’s offices in Shanghai, Manila and Singapore are enabling J. Lauritzen to strengthen its position across the Asian market.
As from 11 May 2015, J. Lauritzen will have its quarters at 'THE CUBE', a unique property with an attractive waterfront location at Tuborg Harbour, Hellerup just a few kilometers north of the city centre of Copenhagen.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) winner of the second annual TRACE Innovation in Anti-Bribery Compliance Award for its efforts to create an industry wide compliance culture through collective action.
Last week, Lauritzen Kosan together with Lauritzen Fonden, was runner up for the Nordic-Philippine CSR of the year award at this year's annual Nordic Business Council Philippines awards in the Philippines.
More than 500 representatives from the international shipping community are currently in Copenhagen, Denmark attending the annual Green Ship Technology Conference where practical and up-to-date information is shared for those interested in sustainable shipping.
With Singapore being the largest of our overseas offices, we strive to create awareness of the company and our activities by meeting students on their home turf. Late January, J. Lauritzen Singapore attended the 2015 career fair at Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
The backbone of the globalised economy – the maritime industry – faces both opportunities and challenges in the coming years. Despite the current global economic difficulties, growth in global trade will lead to an increasing demand for sustainable shipping in the future. These were some of the conclusions from the inaugural Danish Maritime Forum.