Since its establishment in 1884, J. Lauritzen A/S has been active across a broad range of segments within international shipping.
Today, J. Lauritzen A/S encompasses the following business units: Lauritzen Bulkers and Lauritzen Kosan.
Major operator of bulk carriers engaged in ocean transportation of dry bulk cargoes worldwide.
Leaders in maritime transportation of liquefied gases, including petrochemical gases.
J. Lauritzen A/S was founded in 1884 and is a leading supplier of ocean transport solutions.
Since 1884, J. Lauritzen has been one of the leaders in Danish shipping. We transport dry cargo, petrochemicals and liquefied petroleum gases around the world.
Our day-to-day work with corporate governance is based on the three core pillars of commitment, governance and controls.
We have strong emphasis on education and training and foster a culture of continuous professional development.
Our corporate responsibility efforts are based on our core values and internationally recognised principles.
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J. Lauritzen will not bet on the dry bulk segment alone following the carrier's deep crisis in 2012 and 2013. CEO Jan Kastrup-Nielsen is putting together the pieces of the coming Lauritzen Kosan ordering new tonnage, he tells ShippingWatch.
In November 2013, Mr. Claus Winter Graugaard joined Lauritzen Kosan in a position of Vice President and Head of Fleet Management.
Mid December 2013, Lauritzen Bulkers entered a new partnership to increase fuel-efficient operation in all kinds of weather.
In the wake of the devastating typhoon which has hit the Philippines, J. Lauritzen has made a donation to the international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
From water bottles to automobile bumpers, a huge range of very visible everyday items start out as highly refined and completely invisible commodities carried by Lauritzen Kosan.
Newbuilding reaffirms commitment to providing vessels designed to operate in the harsh North Sea environment.