Zero-emission strategy and digitization of maritime logistics

Zero-emission strategy and digitization of maritime logistics – strategic course of the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster

Representatives of large, medium and small companies, maritime education, media representatives and managers of HUBs of the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster met in Gdynia for a business breakfast on December 7 this year. Due to the prevailing pandemic and the safety of the participants, 25 people participated in the meeting.

The meeting was attended, among others, by Przemysław Sztandera, president of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone and prof. Adam Weintrit, rector of Gdynia Maritime University, lawyer Matusz Romowicz from Legal Marine, and Piotr Witek from Moore Rewit, Captain Alfred Naskręt, director of the Gdynia Maritime School, Monika Kozakiewicz and Adam Potrykus, Nauta Shipyard presidents, and Jacek Milewski, Shipyard Crist , Chief Financial Officer.

The Hydromega company was represented by director Michałowski. Jakub Roszkiewicz (Biprograf) and Wojciech Panfil (Elmech-ASE) came from the ASE Technology Group. Marcin Więckowski and Robert Widomski were from Whizzbrand. The meeting was attended by Maciej Spigarski, a long-term sales director of the well-known manufacturer of Galeon yachts. There was also the Cluster Management Board and representatives of the Cluster Projects Office. The media was represented by Cezary Spigarski, President of the Management Board of the Foundation for the Promotion of Ship Industry and Maritime Economy, publisher of the portal and Mateusz Kowalewski, president of the board, publisher of and

Capt. Alfred Naskręt and prof. Marek Grzybowski welcomed the participants of the meeting. The Baltic Sea and Space Cluster has carried out fundamental organizational changes and has transformed into a cluster of innovative HUBs. This is a consequence of the evolution of the cluster that changed the traditional Triple Helix cluster into the HUB of international projects ten years ago. Projects are carried out with porters from the Baltic Sea region and with clusters operating under the European Cluster Collaboration Platform.

– We have transformed into a “Cluster” of hubs, i.e. specialist organizations with a high innovation potential – said Marek Grzybowski, president of the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster for the GospodarkaMorska portal, emphasizing that it is planned to prepare projects that will be implemented for the needs of the international market.