Maritime Blue Growth (MBG), the event focused on promoting the blue circular economy, is gaining momentum as it approaches its first edition, which will take place at the Palacio Euskalduna in Bilbao, Spain, between the 14th and 16th of November. With the backing of 45 partners, including some of the sector’s leading companies and organisations, MBG is consolidating its position as a benchmark platform for promoting sustainable development in the maritime sector.
Among the latest partners to join this leading event are Ghenova, Wärtsilä, Sasemar, Cascos Naval and TSI. These companies join a diverse group of participants committed to the blue circular economy and its positive impact on the maritime sector.
In addition, MBG has recently confirmed that Puertos del Estado (Spanish Port Authority) will lead the port part of the congress programme. The other four will be led by Cepesca in the fishing sector and ANAVE in maritime transport, the Innovation CentreMIK of the Mondragon Corporation in the blue circular economy and the collaborating companies of the FINE Awards in shipbuilding (civil and military).
With the confirmation of these sectoral references, MBG is ensuring the representation and support of all the key areas of the maritime industry.
Maritime Blue Growth has positioned itself as a key event to drive the blue circular economy and foster collaboration between companies, industry bodies and experts in the maritime sector. With the growing participation of partners and the support of leading organisations, MBG is poised to be a catalyst for change towards a sustainable future in the maritime domain.