AIVP Recommendation

The creation of maritime clusters requires the various fields of activity present at the proposed redevelopment site to be identified, along with public and private stakeholders. This process will aim to define the shared economic and social interests of all stakeholders, who will then strive to combine their efforts in the areas of research and development, communication, international prospecting, etc. To this end, they may rely on a specific organisation (informal working group, users’ association, stakeholder group, etc.). By working together as part of a collective win-win approach, institutions, local communities, ports and businesses can attract new partners to the site.

Montreal (Canada)

In 2012, a metropolitan transport and logistics cluster for Montreal was launched. Dubbed CargoM, it aims to bring together all of the stakeholders concerned.

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Bremerhaven (Germany)

The ports of Bremen/Bremerhaven are among the world’s largest container ports. However, Bremerhaven is also a fishing port, occupying 450 hectares of land and 150 hectares of water. It remains Europe’s leading centre for seafood processing and production…

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