Three passenger ferries in sea - Photo:Photo: Brødrene Aa
AERO Highspeed 1, 2 and 3 operating in the Saronic Sea. These state of the art ferries were built in Norway by Brødrene Aa for Attica Group an delivered in 2022. They are based on innovative and green Norwegian technology. Photo: Brødrene Aa

Norway/Greece: Opportunities in the Maritime Sector

The Norwegian Embassy in Athens awards B2SEA to undertake a Market Analysis and Business Intelligence Report of the Greek Maritime Landscape.

The aim of the study is to stimulate and improve business relations between the Norwegian Maritime industry and the Greek Shipping Sector focusing on the entire Greek value chain of ocean-going and passenger vessels and link it to Norwegian competence.

Our ambition is that the two leading maritime nations in the world come closer together responding to the maritime industries’ upcoming challenges including the quest for Greener maritime solutions.

Embassy and B2Sea team
From the contract signing between the Embassy and the B2Sea earlier this month. Photo: Norwegian Embassy

Both scientific and market knowledge-gathering aim to provide a realistic and insightful understanding of the current Greek maritime landscape and to provide recommendations for potential future projects. A key objective of the study, which is set to be completed by the end of the year, is that a targeted mapping will create great opportunities for the industry in both countries.