Norwegian Embassy and Scandinavian Polish Chamber of Commerce event
The Baltic Sea and Space Cluster participated in the meeting of representatives of business, administration and science, which took place in Gdansk at the invitation of the new Norwegian Ambassador to Poland, H.E. Olav Myklebust and Carsten Nilsen, Chairman of SPCC. The event was take place at the New Offices of Marine Harvest, the largest seafood companies in the world, and the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon.
Guests were welcomed by Carsten Nilsen and informed about the activities of the Scandinavian Polish Chamber of Commerce. Norway is open to wide cooperation with Poland in the field of business, scientific and coupon exchange, said Ambassador H.E. Olav Myklebust. Joanna Zielińska, the chairman of Gdynia City Council, invited Ambassador H.E. Olav Myklebust to cooperate with the city of Gdynia and thanked for the fruitful cooperation Kijel Arne Nielsen, Former Director of Innovation Norway in Poland.
About the Marine Harvest activities and marketing strategy has informed John-Paul McGinley, Managing Director of Marine Harvest Central Europe. The company employs 13 233 people, and is represented in 25 countries. In 2017 the company had a turnover of EUR 3.6 billion. Salmon has been one of the fastes growing proteins globally emphasized Director McGinley. Equinor is an international energy company with a proud history. Formerly Statoil, we are 20,000 committed colleagues developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy in more than 30 countries worldwide – inform Michał Jerzy Kołodziejczyk, Project Manager Business Development, New Energy Solutions in Equinor and he presented four main areas of the company’s activity. He also presented the interesting concept of development of offshore wind farms on the Polish sea. Equinor has experience in the operation of bottom fixed and floating wind farms – Director Kołodziejczyk said. About Innovative Norway in Poland strategy inform Ann Elin Hatter, the new Commercial Counsellor at the Norwegian Embassy. Photo: Marek Grzybowski