A Danish logistics company, Danske Fragtmaend, provides the national carrier system and temporary warehouse storage facilities to businesses in the region. This company’s logistics center is located outside of Arhus, Denmark’s second largest city. Its facilities total 106,000 square meters of warehousing space. The company needs storage space for various types of articles and needed a pallet racking system and portable offices to better manage their warehouses.
Claus Sorensen A/S is a customer of Energi Danmark for several years, and has been working on sustainable electricity consumption for many years. Claus Sorensen is part of a group of industrial companies in Denmark. The company has made it a goal to use as little electricity as possible during peak hours and more during the times when there is surplus. This flexibility in electricity consumption is one of the factors driving the company to implement the new system.
As part of the Claus Sorensen Group of companies, this cold store and freezer plant company provides logistical services and cold storage solutions throughout the country. Its facilities are strategically located to offer reliable refrigeration, freezing, and cooling services to the food and beverage industry. To learn more about Claus Sorensen, check out their profile on the PitchBook platform. You’ll need to log in or create an account to see all of the company’s information.
Lineage Logistics, a global provider of temperature-controlled industrial real estate, has recently acquired the Claus Sorensen Group. The new business will expand Lineage’s reach in the Nordic region by adding cold storage facilities to its network. The Claus Sorensen Group has nine cold storage facilities located near major food production and fishing ports. These facilities have a combined capacity of more than 800,000 cubic meters.
Gas Storage Denmark
The Danish government has made it easier for companies to build storage facilities for their natural gas. They increased subsidies from a few million euros to as much as 400 million euros, and the Bergermeer facility is now the largest open-access gas storage facility in Europe. Currently, Danish storage facilities are 55% full and can supply all of Denmark’s and Sweden’s gas customers for about five months. This means that these facilities are already more than enough to handle their growing demand for natural gas.
France’s natural gas sector aims to develop its rural economy and increase the amount of biomethane it produces. By 2030, the government has set a target of injecting 10% biomethane into the gas network. While this is an ambitious target, it is unlikely to result in massive cost reductions. In the meantime, policy measures are needed to support a fledgling renewable energy industry. However, the future of Denmark’s gas industry will be interesting.
The Danish logistics company, Danske Fragtmaend, has a national carrier network, with 27 terminals and more than 1,800 trucks. The company provides transportation, warehousing and related services for businesses both large and small. It has a variety of transportation services, such as customs clearance, freight forwarding and logistics. These services are available to companies of all sizes, from single-piece-to-batch deliveries to multi-billion dollar enterprises.
There are some rules and regulations that must be followed in order to get the best price and service. You should be aware of the size, weight and the vaegt of your shipment. You should also be familiar with the size of the container, so that the company can provide you with the proper storage. You should also ask about the availability of the container on the date of pickup. A few days’ notice is required to accommodate your container.
Free fragt is available for delivery in Denmark. This service is available in all of Danmark, except for Gronland and Faeroerne. A small fee may be charged for storing items over 30 kg. For more information, visit the Danske Fragtmaend website. You can also call the company to ask about storage services. Its customer service is second to none. You can contact them at 1-800-Danmark-based (or via their website) and speak with a representative.