Number of members working as Support Organizations
Listed below are all of our members working primarily as Support Organizations
British Marine Federation Ltd
Represents the interests of all organisations in the Netherlands that are involved in the development, manufacture, maintenance, and reuse of products in which composite technology has played a part. CompositesNL does this by promoting the use of composite products, by expanding their applications and improving their acceptance. Composite products have value to offer society, for the corporate sector, government authorities and consumers alike.
Marine South East Ltd
National Composites Centre
Netherlands Maritime Technology
Is the Dutch association shipyards and maritime equipment suppliers. The Association stimulates the development of technical innovations and clustering of know-how, and strengthens the presence of the membership in foreign markets. Member companies are active in the fields of maritime engineering & contracting, fabrication of installations and components, the supply of maritime services and ship repair.
Polish Maritime Cluster
Polish Maritime Cluster is a key Maritime Cluster in Central and Eastern Europe, an active maritime cluster player in the Baltic Sea Region and the EU, as well as a member of the European Network of Maritime Clusters, United Nation Global Compact and The European Cluster Collaboration Platform. The Polish Maritime Cluster focuses on transferring knowledge and organizing business, science and administration cooperation in a global and regional scale. The cluster thinks globally, but acts locally.
Polish Maritime Cluster (PMC) is an effective promoter of Maritime Poland and utilizes Polish coastal location as a national treasure. Cluster acts as a partner and a participant in numerous endeavors regarding Polish maritime economy, including by creating it as an equivalent of the national and European intelligent specialization. Cluster also interacts in the International Ocean Governance programme.