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Port of Køge
Baltic Kaj 1
DK-4600 Køge
Phone: 56 64 62 63
Fax: 56 63 74 00

The Port of Køge is one of the fastest growing ports in Denmark and is part of The Scandinavian Transport Centre (STC) which is developing into one of the most important logistic clusters in the region.

The port offers a vide variety of services but is mainly concentrating on bulk cargoes and ro/ro services as their core products. The port is offering a daily ferry route to Bornholm and is the main Danish load and discharge point for a number of medium sized - and large domestic and international companies.

The Port of Køge has recently invested heavily in modern cranes, infrastructure etc. and is at the moment planning a large extension of the port, which will more than double the present port area.

The Scandinavian Transport Centre / Port of Køge are tomorrow’s gateway to the Oresund- and the Baltic region.

J. Lauritzen A/S
Amager Strandvej 60
DK-2300 København S
Phone: +45 33968000

J. Lauritzen A/S (JL) was founded in 1884 and is one of the oldest Danish shipping companies. Domiciled in Co-penhagen, Denmark, JL has overseas offices in Stamford (USA), Tokyo (Japan), Singa-pore, Shanghai (PRC), Bilbao (Spain), and Cambridge (UK) and is represented in more than 20 countries via associated companies.

JL is focused on continuous development of its various business activities worldwide with unfailing emphasis on customer service, innovation, safety at sea, and environmental protection. JL owns and operates bulk carriers, gas carriers, reefer vessels, and product tankers. JL alone and together with associates controls a combined fleet of about 175 vessels and employs a total staff of 700 persons.

JL is engaged in ocean transportation of dry bulk cargoes worldwide through Lauritzen Bulkers, transportation of petrochemical and liquefied petroleum gasses (LPG) through Lauritzen Kosan, ocean transportation of perishable commodities through NYKLauritzenCool, and in ocean transportation of refined oil products through Lauritzen Tankers.


Lingtech A/S
Nansensgade 19, 8.
1366 Copenhagen K
Phone: + 45 33 25 71 71
Fax: + 45 33 25 61 71

Lingtech A/S is an innovative provider of translations, interlingual and intercultural services, specialising in Cross-national Understanding. Our firm, which was founded in 1993, develops and offers solutions to promote Cross-national Understanding. We are experts in Cross-national Communication focusing on how to deal with linguistic and cultural differences.

At Lingtech, we work professionally with the concept of Cross-national Understanding:

- How can you rapidly and efficiently ensure that customers in many different countries will understand your products and ideas, as well as the product concepts that you have spent time and money developing?

- How can you convince customers in many countries that you understand them, despite the linguistic and cultural differences between you? How can you turn linguistic and cultural diversity into a strength, instead of an obstacle?

The interlingual services we provide include localisation and translation of technical texts of any kind into any language. Furthermore we offer seminars, workshops and teambuilding in Cross-cultural Communication and Cross-cultural Collaboration. At Lingtech A/S we see it as our utmost priority to develop programs based on the specific challenges our customers are facing.


A/S Dampskibsselskabet Torm
Tuborg Havnevej 18
DK-2900 Hellerup
Phone: ¡+45 3917 9200

TORM is the second largest shipping company in Den-mark and the World’s largest transporter of refined oil products. Founded in 1889, TORM owns and operates more than 100 ships, both product tankers and bulk carriers, and was the first to introduce pooling, which has now become common practice in shipping.

TORM has been among Den-mark’s fastest growing shipping companies in the last five years, and is the world leader in product tankers. In 1990, TORM introduced a pooling concept, where shipping companies made ships available for a single operator. This benefits both customers and shipping companies, since there is always a ship available in the right place. TORM operates three different product tanker pools, in the MR, LR1 and LR2 segments. The partners are among the world’s most prestigious ship owners. The combined product tanker pool totals approx. 80 ships, of which TORM owns or charters about half. 14 new ships are on order for delivery during 2007 – 2009. The company also operates about 20 dry bulk carriers. TORM shares are listed on Copenha-gen Stock Exchange and at Nasdaq in New York.


KLP Ejendomme A/S
Arne Jacobsen Allé 13
Ørestad City
DK-2300 København S
Phone: +45 7026 2661

Field of competence: Property development, - management and –administration in the following areas: Offices, schools/higher education facilities, research facilities, hotels, shopping centres, conference centres and housing. Company Structure: KLP Ejendomme A/S is owned by the Norwegian property developer KLP Eiendom AS, which is 100% owned by the second largest life insurance company in Norway, KLP Forsikring. KLP Eiendom AS’ property portfolio amounts to approximately 10 billion NOK. Development areas: Development, construction, project management and administration, concerning real estate in our portfolio.



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