22. August 2019

Internationale Kooperationsgesuche aus dem maritimen Sektor

Kooperation maritimer Sektor

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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.

Silke Schleiff, +49 40 76629-6355, schleiff@tutech.de
Ole Bast, +49 421/9600-334, ole.bast@wah.bremen.de


BRES20190517001: Spanish technological SME specialised in automatic cleaning systems for ships is looking for a provider of a brushless sensor-less outrunner DC motor to integrate into a robot for underwater cleaning of ship hulls.


BRRO20190605001: Romanian company specialized in providing total marine accommodation systems for vessels is looking for specialized equipment suppliers abroad. The Romanian company is looking for suppliers (manufacturers and distributors) of the following products, in order to be able to provide complete equipment solutions for vessels:

  • thermal insulation, heating and cooling systems fit to maintain inside air temperatures within an acceptable range,
  • interior walls and ceiling solutions, such as: „sandwich type” wall panels covered with PVC; mineral core wall panels certified for marine use; metal ceiling panels of several types: caissons, strips; mineral-core ceiling panels certified for marine use;
  • furniture for cabins and common spaces;
  • complete sanitary equipment / appliances for toilets and kitchens etc.

The Romanian company is already engaged in contracts with foreign relevant partners. Cooperation based on distribution services is considered.


RDUK20190816001: A UK company and clean ocean foundation have formed a consortium to apply for the H2020 call aimed at decarbonising long distance shipping, by designing, building and fielding a new solar and wind powered craft. They are seeking a wide array of partners including ship builders and experts in solar panels, wind turbines and navigation systems, and ship builders as end users (ferries, cargo, tankers or cruise) to join the consortium via research cooperation agreement.


TOAT20190605001: An Austrian SME develops sensor solutions consisting of multiple autonomous, thin and flexible sensors for precise ice detection and temperature measurement on rotor blades. This innovative, retrofittable product increases the energy yield of wind turbines and ensures their safe and optimal operation. Cost savings arise due to in-creased efficiency and a reduction in on-site inspections. The company is looking for partnerships for licence, commercial and technical agreements.


TODE20190619001: A German SME would like to develop a wave energy converter further. The converter based on the “New Bristol Cylinder” concept – a known but unexplored concept. The company seeks for cooperating and self-financing partners in research, engineering and demonstration activities. Cooperation is possible via a research/technical cooperation agreement, preferably in joint projects with industrial partners and research partners who are prepared to take coordination role or under a financial agreement.


TOFR20190625001: A French aquaculture and marine resources cluster offers its expertise and network and is looking for research cooperation agreements in blue growth related technologies, new value chains and seafood by-products. It is interested in research collaborations under the scope of Horizon 2020, Bio-Based Industries or Interreg calls.


TOIT20190612001: An Italian company, working in the marine sector, developed and tested a new dual-fuel (normal fuel + liquified gas or methane) retrofit solution for marine power engines. The company is looking for a joint venture agreement.


TRFI20190820001: A Finnish SME is looking for technologies for harvesting seaweed and algae, especially blue-green algae, from the oceans. The company is looking to use marine biomass as raw-material in their neo-ecology biorefinery plant. Their target is to both solve the environmental problem of eutrophication of waters and exploit biomass in a sustainable way. The expected partnership model is a license agreement or technical cooperation agreement.