Das Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland arbeitet eng mit dem Enterprise Europe Network zusammen. Im Rahmen der Kooperationspartnerschaft können individuelle Kontakte zu internationalen Geschäfts- und Forschungspartnern hergestellt werden. Nachfolgend finden Sie aktuelle internationale Kooperationsgesuche aus dem maritimen Sektor. Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte unter Angabe der Chiffre-Nummer an Silke Schleiff oder Ole Bast vom Enterprise Europe Network.
TRUK20180228001: Low Cost SOx and NOx elimination from Ship Exhaust
A multinational shipping enterprise with a registered base in Scotland (UK) is seeking novel approaches to eliminate Sulfur Oxides (SOx) and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) emissions from ship engine exhaust as a way of satisfying Sulfur Emission Control Area requirements while burning high sulfur fuels. The ideal solution would be roughly half the capital cost of traditional closed-loop, in-line wet scrubber systems. The Scottish company is looking for partnerships via a joint venture.
BRSG20180217001: Singapore digital communication service provider seeks European suppliers of radio and wireless solutions and services via commercial agency agreement
This Singapore company specializes in distribution and integrating wireless and radio systems and providing support services for the public safety, mining, renewable energy, transportation, marine, onshore and offshore oil and gas industries. This company wants to widen its product and service portfolio and is seeking European suppliers or manufacturers that are offering radio and wireless solutions or products through a commercial agency agreement.
Product and services:
1. Digital radio communications
2. Industrial wireless data communications
3. Integrated marine and navigation systems
4. Satellite communications
5. Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint data communications
6. Integrated radio console and dispatchers
TRUK20180124001: Improved Port Operations Safety via Vehicle Vision Systems
A multinational shipping enterprise with a registered base in Scotland (UK) is seeking novel approaches to improve Port Operations safety, particularly in the on-loading and off-loading of unaccompanied freight for Ferry and Roll-Off/Roll-On vessels. The ideal solution would work with a broad range of freight types, haulage companies, and vessel types. The Scottish company is looking for partnerships via a joint venture or a technical cooperation agreement.