Norwegian maritime business with Polish and Croatian partnerships

Submitted by MAREK GRZYBOWSKI on 08 May 2022

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3 clusters in the ZEVinnvation HUB

With the Norwegian cluster, the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster together with partners from Croatia created the ZEVinnvation HUB platform. The Norwegian cluster is represented by AKP and Vinco, and the Croatian cluster is represented by CTT and IIR.

Polish and Croatian companies and universities on this platform can inform about their production and service potential. On the ZEVinnvation HUB platform, they can position their technical innovations and ideas with a chance for commercialization. On the website, https://zevinnovation.eu/hub/ Polish and Croatian companies can enter the Norwegian and Croatian markets free of charge. The first Polish companies declared their participation in the project.

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The possibility of cooperation with Norwegian maritime business was reported, among others, by prof. Andrzej Stateczny, president of Marine Technology and Tomasz Świątkowski, president of StoGda Ship Design & Engineering. Master Mariner Bartłomiej Bobko, president of EasyMarine Solution, and Tomasz Lisiecki, president of the Center for New Competencies, registered their company on the platform.

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Rafał Frączek, CEO of Eko-Konsult and Arkadiusz Marat, CEO of Elmech-ASE have directed their companies and innovative solutions to the ZEVinnvation HUB platform. The ASE Technology Group is strongly represented, whose president, Dariusz Jachowicz, coordinates the activities of BSSC Hub GreenTech.

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Shipbuilding prof. dr hab. Eng. Andrzej Seweryn and vice-dean dr hab. prof. PG Mariusz Deja, as well as dr hab. Eng. prof. Wojciech Litwin, director of the Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology at the Gdańsk University of Technology, declares that they submit the ideas of Polish scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology. Polish universities and companies have strong support in the BSSC zero-emission vessel hub, coordinated by director Jacek Milewski from the Crist shipyard.

Poland has innovative potential in the production of green industrial systems and zero-emission ships. Polish companies and universities can appear even in such a strong team as maritime clusters from Norway, Croatia, and Poland. The essence is team positioning on international markets, offering comprehensive projects and processes. Innovative green products and processes are expected from the Scandinavian and Adriatic markets, as well as the North Sea and Baltic Sea markets. Demand for zero-emission ships is growing dynamically.

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