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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“Although poor market conditions in both bulk and gas carrier markets impacted our result for 2019, many strategic actions were taken to strengthen our business and reduce risk for 2020 and beyond,” says CEO Mads P. Zacho.
J. Lauritzen is running business as usual, despite also taking serious precautions against coronavirus (COVID-19)
Sarena Joyce D. Gadot shares her experience of working at sea onboard Alexandra Kosan.
Frances Diane F. Dizon and Alfha Mhay P. Camacho share their experince of working at sea.
Joan Savilla-Almazan shares her experience of working onboard a Lauritzen Kosan vessel.
Dyesebel Medalla Diaz shares her experience of working onboard a Lauritzen Kosan vessel.
J. Lauritzen participates in workshop arranged by the Climate Partnership for the Blue Denmark.
J. Lauritzen has now joined The Getting to Zero Coalition – the industry-led platform with a goal to make zero-emission vessels (ZEVs) commercially viable from 2030.
Assistant Chartering Manager Emil Schwartz shares his experience of moving from Copenhagen to the USA
Leading thinker on disruptive technology, Märtha Rehnberg spoke at J. Lauritzen HQ about a new mindset for technological change
Mette Stenild Grøn will join Lauritzen Bulkers from 1 January 2020
Operations Manager Michael Flening Thomsen shares his experience of transferring from Copenhagen to Singapore.