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February 07, 2017

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A 150-year relationship grows stronger

A 150-year relationship grows stronger

A century and a half have passed since Denmark and Japan signed a Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation, which formally established diplomatic relations between both countries.

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Japan’s ultra-high food standards are model for Royal Greenland quality

Japan’s ultra-high food standards are model for Royal Greenland quality

A brand that evokes prestige, tradition and quality, Royal Greenland is one of the largest players in the global seafood market. Official purveyor to the Royal Danish Court, the company’s role in the economy of Greenland itself dates back to 1774.

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A revolutionary new way for coffee lovers to brew and enjoy gourmet coffee

A revolutionary new way for coffee lovers to brew and enjoy gourmet coffee

What if all you needed was to pour hot water into an innovative package and over fresh coffee grounds to brew the perfect cup of coffee with the rich and full-bodied taste known from the French press?

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Choice cuts from Japan’s preferred overseas pork supplier

Choice cuts from Japan’s preferred overseas pork supplier

In Japan, pork is a favorite food prepared in many popular ways: grilled on skewers, deep fried as “tonkatsu” or boiled in “shabu shabu.” For its part, Denmark exports more frozen pork products to Japan than any other country. The best Danish pork cuts are invariably in high demand by Japanese consumers.

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From pristine ocean waters to the world’s most discerning palates

From pristine ocean waters to the world’s most discerning palates

Japan, one of the world’s largest and most-discerning consumers of seafood, tasks importers with sourcing the very best that the earth’s oceans and waterways have to offer for its market. For over the past 30 years, Polar Seafood Greenland — the largest privately owned company in Greenland and one of Scandinavia’s leading seafood exporters — has been providing Japanese consumers with quality produce fished from the pristine waters of Greenland, Iceland and the Russian and Norwegian territories of the Barents Sea.

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Specialized transport tankers: A bright spot in transitioning industry

Specialized transport tankers: A bright spot in transitioning industry

For more than half a century, Nordic Tankers has transported highly specialized products across the world’s oceans. The international company operates one of the largest global chemical tanker fleets below 25,000 deadweight tons (DWT) in size. In addition to transporting lubricating oils and petroleum, Nordic Tankers is also a specialist in moving edible oils, acids and chemicals worldwide.

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