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Martin Bencher Group Newsletter - week 48

Editorial

Supporting Talent 


There are few things more encouraging than seeing people grow with a challenge, stepping up – and taking care of assignments which they, and especially people around them, initially may have thought difficult or impossible for them to master. At Martin Bencher we have always been quick to give responsibility to those who seek it – and who can manage it. If you show people that you have faith in them, you give them training, the right tools and a solid platform to work from, then with the right attitude there are few limits to what they can accomplish.
 
We have many good examples of that in Martin Bencher, talented and hardworking employees who quickly took on important roles in our offices around the World.
 
We are also supporting talent outside the organization and in this newsletter, we have a story about a World class competitive IPSC shooter who we are proud to sponsor. Read the interview with Sissal Skaale further down.
 
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Sincerely,

Peter Thorsoe Jensen
CEO
Tel: +45 40 424 050
peter.jensen@martin-bencher.com

Martin Bencher News


December 4-6, you can meet Martin Bencher at the POWER-GEN exhibition in Orlando, Florida. Click here to read more and see who you can meet there.
Martin Bencher Sponsoring Young Talent

In Martin Bencher we think it is important to support young people and great talent. Therefore, this year we are supporting a young talent, Sissal Skaale who is a competitive shooter within IPSC. 

To learn more about Sissal and her talent within shooting we have invited her for an interview at the Martin Bencher headquarter in Aarhus, Denmark. Please read the full interview here - you are also welcome to follow Sissal at her Facebook fan-page here.
Long Weekend in the UAE

Due to the 47th National Day in the United Arab Emirates, the UAE Council of Ministers has announced a two-day holiday for both public and private sectors. 

This means that our office in Dubai will be closed December 2 and December 3. 

Shipping And Industry News

South Korean Shipbuilders’ Lock on LNG Tanker Market Could Last for Years
South Korean shipyards have boxed out their Japanese rivals from the market for building large ships carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG), winning all of the orders for the next three years worth more than $9 billion. Read more here.
IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation - Quick Explanation
The shipping industry has all eyes firmly fixed on the topic, but what exactly do the “IMO 2020” global sulphur cap regulations say? This guide looks at five highly relevant topics, how to comply and how the regulation will be enforced. Read more here
North Sea Port: We Are Ready to Invest in Hydrogen as Fuel
Dutch-Belgian North Sea Port is looking to invest in hydrogen as fuel when opportunities arise, a representative of the port told World Maritime News at Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2018 in Amsterdam. Read more here
Technology Is Crucial in Port Operations of the Future
Technology will play a crucial role in port operations of the future, Niam Chang Meng, Chairman of Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, said while addressing the present at the opening ceremony of the 44th ASEAN Ports Association meeting on November 27 in Singapore. Read more here
Shipping Industry Optimistic But Concerned About Trade, Cyber Threats
The global maritime industry is cautiously optimistic about the global business environment for world trade but also concerned about the potential impact of trade tensions, cybersecurity, fuel costs and other headwinds to industry recovery. Read more here.
Trump Says Brexit Deal Could Hurt Plans for US Trade Pact
President Donald Trump dropped a rhetorical bomb on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to get a Brexit agreement through parliament, warning the deal she reached with the EU could jeopardize Britain’s ability to strike a trade pact with the U.S. Read more here.
November 2018, 418 tons of anchor chains were transported from China to Malaysia. The chains were transported from port to port by Martin Bencher.

Cargo was 8 x anchoring chains length with 6 bundles each – length of 350 meters and 82,55 mm in diameter. Click here to read more. 
European Managers Meeting at Headquarter
Hello from all our European Managers who were gathered Friday, November 23 for the yearly European Managers Meeting.
Have you ever visited our office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates?
Click here to meet your local contact.
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