Since its establishment in 1884, J. Lauritzen A/S has been active across a broad range of segments within international shipping.
Today, our business Lauritzen Bulkers A/S is a major operator of bulk carriers engaged in ocean transportation of dry bulk cargoes worldwide.
Major operator of bulk carriers engaged in ocean transportation of dry bulk cargoes worldwide.
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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. Our business Lauritzen Bulkers transports dry cargo worldwide.
Our day-to-day work with corporate governance is based on the three core pillars of commitment, governance and controls.
We have a 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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Attracting maritime leaders and experts from around the world, the Danish Maritime Days and the Danish Maritime Forum are ambitious events.
Over the years, J. Lauritzen has not been afraid to venture into new opportunities.
Lauritzen Bulkers has plenty of room to grow, says Lauritzen Bulkers' President Peter Borup in an interview with ShippingWatch.
A group of shipping companies with worldwide operations have founded the Trident Alliance.
Lauritzen Kosan is celebrating its 25th anniversary in the J. Lauritzen Group.
For the next three years, J. Lauritzen has engaged in a partnership with Médecins Sans Frontier (MSF/Doctors Without Borders) as part of our overall corporate responsibility efforts.
Lauritzen Bulkers and Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan have signed contracts for building at Hakodate of two bulk carriers at a signing ceremony in Copenhagen on 10 June 2014.
On Friday 6 June, the first 31 graduates from the Danish Shipping Academy’s Commercial Shipping programme were celebrated at a ceremony in the Danish Shipowners’ Association, Amaliegade, Copenhagen.
Today, 40 students from 22 different countries studying at the World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmö, Sweden, visits J. Lauritzen’s head office in Copenhagen.
Lauritzen Bulkers and Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. have sealed contracts for building six bulk carriers at a signing ceremony in Copenhagen on 27 May 2014.