ABB Marine & Ports
ABB Marine & Ports is a pioneering maritime organization, which is transforming the industry through electrical, digital and connected solutions. ABB’s innovative technologies are redefining the future, bringing new levels of reliability, efficiency and sustainability to shipping and making our ports and terminals safer, greener and more productive.
ABB offers an extensive portfolio of integrated marine systems and solutions that improve the flexibility, reliability and energy efficiency of vessels. By coupling power, automation and advisory, proven fuel-efficient technologies and services that ensure maximum vessel uptime, ABB is in a unique position to improve the profitability of our customers’ businesses throughout the entire lifecycle of a fleet.
Actemium Electro AB is part of the brand Actemium and is a company of the VINCI Energies Nordic since 2012. We are ca. 45 employees with an annual turnover of 10 million Euro. We have offices and workshops in the Stora Höga 50km north Gothenburg, but working across the country. Under the www.actemium.se and www.actemium.com you can find more information about both our sister companies and our parent company. Actemium Electro AB started its business in 2001 and we are a certified electrician for low voltage and medium voltage. We are working with electricity, telecommunication systems and automation for the harbors/ports, process industry and infrastructure. We carry heavy electrical installations in both industry and infrastructure, where our certified and experienced electricians all services. Data and fiber installations are also areas that we are certified and have extensive experience. Since 2010, we work within the OPS (Onshore Power Supply) as our speciality a turnkey solutions, we have built and operating 13st plants in Sweden, Norway and France. We are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001
Brax Shipping, established in 1982 and located in Gothenburg, Sweden,
is a team of shipbrokers specialized in the sale & purchase and chartering
of: Ferries, Ropax:es, Cruise ships and Roro:s
We can also offer newbuilding programs in
the Ropax-, and cruise segments. Projecting and design fully tailored to the preferences of
Cemre Shipyard, with its modern facilities, is one of the leading new building shipyards located in Turkey. Considering the interest in diversity, Cemre has the ability to build different types of vessels as passenger, offshore, and fishing. These highly technological, eco-friendly, and, innovative projects need flexibility and intense care; besides that, tailor-made projects are among the distinguishing facts of Cemre’s success.
Cemre has two shipyard areas laying in the same region which enables build more than 15 vessels at the same time in accordance with their sizes. The company expanded into a 160.000 m² area composed of two shipyard areas and 30.000 m² of additional workshop areas which provide capacity for 30.000 tons of steel processing annually. As of the foundation, all of the delivered and ordered vessels are exported and are built for European customers such as Norway, Iceland, the United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium, and Denmark.
As a consequence, Cemre Shipyard has secured its place among the top exporters of Turkey since 2008; and with this responsibility, Cemre works harder for a sustainable organization.
Family owned Damen Shipyards Group has been in operation for over ninety years and offers maritime solutions worldwide, through design, shipbuilding, ship repair and related services. Damen operates 35 shipyards and 20 other companies in 20 countries, supported by a worldwide sales and service network. We offer direct employment to more than 12,500 people, bringing together a total production value of 2 billion euros and delivering over 140 ships in 2021.
In addition to fellowship, craftsmanship and entrepreneurship, stewardship is a starting point for Damen. We want to be the most sustainable shipbuilder in the world. Digitalisation and standardisation of platforms are important preconditions for this. Our main activities are the design and serial construction of inventive ships by integrating diverse components and subsystems into high-quality platforms. These activities are supported by a worldwide sales and service network.
Damen Shipyards Group focuses on niche maritime markets. On workboats for towage, dredging, offshore, fishing, aquaculture and other markets. On high speed craft and maritime public transport. On ships for defence & security and on exclusive yachts. Apart from that we are also active in the repair and conversion of existing ships and the sale and production of components for the maritime industry.
E-Dea develops innovative end-to-end software solutions for the maritime sector, covering the entire booking/reservation process. Our solutions include a comprehensive set of technologies, software, hardware products, services, methodologies and best practices for supporting Ferries, Cruise and Ports organizations in handling complex and modern business challenges.
Thanks to E-Dea fully tailor made solutions, combined with a highly oriented partnership approach, our worldwide located customers, have achieved significant benefits in terms of cost reduction, revenue increase and peace of mind in the overall management of the business.
GRANDI NAVI VELOCI (GNV) is one of the leading Italian shipping companies operating in the fields of coastal navigation and passenger transport in the Mediterranean Sea. The company was founded in 1992 and the first ship, the MAJESTIC, was launched in 1993.
GRANDI NAVI VELOCI owns 19 ships and operates shipping connections to Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Tunisia, Morocco, France and Albania. As well as passenger services, the GRANDI NAVI VELOCI fleet is committed to the development of Motorways of the Sea routes: seaborne transport represents a cheaper alternative to traditional road transport and provides a worthwhile solution to environmental issues linked to the intensive use of motor vehicles on our road networks.
Hogia Ferry Systems
The Hogia Group is a Swedish standard software supplier with 600+ employees, going on our 40th year in the business. Hogia is showing continuous and long term growth in terms of product offering and global presence and we offer a unique range of business critical products for the travel and transport sector. Internationally, Hogia provide ferry operators with reservation and ticketing systems, advanced real time passenger information systems and terminal operating solutions for ports.
One of Hogia Ferry System’s key strengths is integrations, as we see this as a way to the future. With our extensive BOOKIT API, the integration possibilities are nearly endless. Today it is used for ticket machines, mobile check-in, web booking engines to name just a few. An important objective for Hogia Ferry Systems is to develop solutions that will enable the ferry operators to improve the traveller's experience, from booking to informed arrival at the final destination.
We work in partnership with the operators and our systems are designed to reduce the people-power needed to provide the services, enabling key staff to focus on delivering the very best passenger experience.
MacGregor is a leader in sustainable maritime cargo and load handling with a strong portfolio of products, services and solutions, all designed to perform with the sea.
Shipbuilders, shipowners and operators are able to optimise the lifetime profitability, safety, reliability and environmental sustainability of their operations by working in close cooperation with MacGregor.
MacGregor is part of Cargotec. Cargotec's (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2021 totalled approximately EUR 3.3 billion and it employs around 11,000 people worldwide.
Malta Shipbrokers International
Specialising in RoRo, Ropax, Ferries and Fast Ferries. Our international network of contacts, years of experience and skilled team allows us to deliver superior service, sales and purchase assistance, ship evaluation, chartering, a one-stop solution for newbuilding, and consulting face to face law firms, banks and other financial organisations.
MAN Energy solutions
For decades, MAN has innovated marine technology in fields such as dual fuel and gas supply, propulsion, exhaust after-treatment, and battery hybrid solutions. Building on our unique portfolio of technologies and services, we offer integrated system solutions that raise the efficiency, sustainability and profitability of the marine industries. Our expertise enables your visions to succeed.
North Sea Offshore (NSO) provides premium bespoke interior solutions for your pax vessel projects in China – be it public spaces, cabin & corridor areas, crew areas, catering systems, lighting, etc. Our dedicated and multilingual team works closely with owners, architects/designers and shipyards on projects throughout China from design and detailed engineering to project execution, installation and commissioning - we understand the challenges of engineering, fitting out a vessel for export. NSO is closely affiliated and cooperating with some of the most reputable marine engineering organisations and component manufacturers both locally and overseas.
Our main office and factories are located in Yantai, China with the European & CIS branch office in Gothenburg, Sweden. Our priorities are safety, quality and efficiency and we always strive for 100% customer satisfaction.
We provide solutions to your challenges, serving your needs all the way, delivering premium solutions.
425 employees – highly skilled – at your service!
With 160 years of experience, RINA is a multinational company that helps clients build strong successful businesses. In addition to the provision of classification, statutory certification and technical advisory services, we deliver value added services to the ferries industry and are rated among the top performing classification societies, by both the Paris and Tokyo MOUs.
Our open and cloud-based platform RINACube?provides digitally augmented services to support decision making, cost savings and to increase efficiency. Its applications include real-time fleet performance management (OPTIMUM), a paperless electronic logbook (ELB) and remote inspection devices. SERTICA improves business within maintenance, procurement, HSQE and crewing, providing a modular system to simplify operations and optimise performance. Our team constantly performs scouting for innovative digital solutions to support ship owners and managers in facing the new challenges of their business.
Technical competence, attention to quality and focus on innovation are the pillars that allow us to support shipping on the path to digital transformation and to achieve the CO2 emissions reduction objectives established by the IMO.
Stena RoRo sets the standard in the RoRo- & RoPax market. With the solid know how combined with its intuitive feel for innovation and for the demands and requirements; Stena RoRo takes the market forward. Innovators of the RoRo-concept, building RoRo- and RoPax tonnage, supplying tailor-made solutions - all over the globe. The fleet of Stena RoRo are chartered out to first class operators around the world.
All through the organization there is an entrepreneurial way of working and an intrinsic will of taking customer satisfaction to a new level. Thanks to its commercial and technical approach and long earned experience; Stena RoRo follows their customers - all through the value chain.
That's what Stenability is all about, Stena RoRo's trademark.
We are the operators first choice when it comes to ship supply.
Telenor Maritime has been leading the evolution of secure connectivity at sea since 2004, enabling the global maritime industry for IoT. At the forefront of developing and defining secure connectivity standards for the maritime business, Telenor Maritime has its Research & Development department located in Arendal, Norway and local offices in Europe, Asia and North America. Through our owner, Telenor, we have access to a broad range of competence and resources, from market insight and innovation to product and content development. We are currently serving in excess of 100 shipowners and connecting 30 million people on board more than 500 vessels and offshore installations worldwide.