MARITIM KLUSTERUTVECKLING INOM MÅNGA EU-LÄNDER
Sjöfartsforum är medlem i nätverket European Network of Maritime Clusters med europeiska organisationer som liksom vi arbetar för att stärka utvecklingen inom de nationella maritima klustren.
European Network of Maritime Clusters
The European Network of Maritime Clusters (Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) was founded on 4 November 2005 in Paris by maritime organisations of ten countries, with the objective to learn from each other and to promote and strengthen the maritime clusters of member states and Europe as a whole. The basis for this founding session was created during a first meeting which took place in The Hague on 26-27 April 2004, and a joint-presentation of the various maritime clusters at the Maritime Industries Forum Plenary Session on 26 January 2005 in Bremen. The European Network of Maritime Clusters organised itself as a flexible network in which members cooperate on a voluntary basis for issues related to their national agenda’s, and in a more structured way for actions at the European level. Meanwhile the Spanish Cluster was officially founded in January 2007 and joined the ENMC as participant.
The European Network of Maritime Clusters is under the responsability of a presidium, consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman and a secretary. Presently Mr Francis Vallat, France, is Chairman of the network.
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