Maritime Cluster Northern Germany: By members for members
Five Northern German countries – one maritime cluster! The Maritime Cluster Northern Germany (MCN) promotes and develops cooperations in the Northern German maritime industry. It creates platforms so that stakeholders are able to interact with each other and it also promotes interfaces with other industries.
The Ministry for Economics, Labour and Transport in Niedersachsen provides optimum conditions for the labourmarket, transportinfrastructure and the business location Lower-Saxony. In this context the maritime economy, which plays a key role as well in the competitiveness of Germany as a business location, is of particular importance. One measure for strengthening this sector is, for example, the promotion of the Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland e. V ..
- Economic policy
- Labor market policy
- Infrastructure policy
- Business promotion
supported as important hubs of foreign trade.
Offshore wind energy
as a keystone of the future energy supply.
About 120 shipping companies
with more than 1,000 merchant ships.
Niedersachsen is the No. 1 shipbuilding state in Germany
and has outstanding expertise in marine mining.
Cross-state Network of the Maritime Industry
The Maritime Cluster Northern Germany promotes an consolidates the collaboration in the industry. We link up forces across federal state boundaries. We promote cooperation across various industries.
A Maritime Network
More than 330 companies and institutions in the maritime industry are already members of the MCN. The members.
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