was founded in 1993 and has, since then, scrapped well over 1000 ships and vessels - we lost count somewhere during the years. Major part of them has been fishing vessels of various sizes, but there were also freighters, supply vessels, ferries and a military vessel among them.
Most of our vessels come from
Scandinavia, UK, and The Netherlands. Germany
Shipbreaking and environment
are not 2 incompatible concepts.
Fornaes holds all necessary environmental approvals for scrapping ships and handling of toxic waste from them.
All metals are recycled, and waste is destroyed or deposited according to environmental legislation.
counts today more than 50.000 m² of outdoor stockyard and aprx. 7.800 m² in warehouses on the Grenaa harbour area.
If you plan to pay us a visit, and take a look at the goods, which you are very welcome to do, please have in mind, that it takes quite some time to get around everything.
ships and vessels for demolition constantly, so if you want to have a vessel (or more) scrapped, please feel free to contact us. You will find all contact details under "Contact".
When we make an offer for a ship, we do not only pay by the tonnes. Type, age and number of machinery and equipment onboard is taken under consideration as well.
Occasionally we also buy used equipment, so you are welcome to contact us, if you have something you would like to sell.
just about any kind of equipment you can place onboard a vessel, and we keep lists of many things, but it is impossible to list everything. You find our updated lists under "Marine Equipment" - If you are looking for something not listed here, send us an email, fax or call us. We might have it anyway.
On some of the lists you will also find items from our Norwegian associate Fosen Gjenvinning. These items are marked with a "Fos" in the ref. no.
Fosen Gjenvinning is a scrapyard in
, with whom we have close relations. You may contact Fosen directly, you will find contact details on the "Contact" page, or Fornaes, as you prefer. Norway
Soendre Kajgade 21
Tel: +45 86 32 63 93; Fax: +45 86 32 72 73