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The Iceland Ocean Cluster’s mission is to create value and discover new opportunities by connecting entrepreneurs, businesses and knowledge in the marine industries.

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NAOCA Members in Aalborg

The fourth meeting of the North Atlantic Ocean Cluster Alliance (NAOCA) was held in Aalborg, Denmark March 6th. The mission of NAOCA is to create a bridge between businesses in ocean related industries in the North Atlantic through business clusters. The alliance...

Reykjavík Seafood Hall to be Opened Early 2016

The Iceland Ocean Cluster will open a food hall in Reykjavík Harbor, due for completion by 2016. Located on the ground floor of Ocean Cluster House, Reykjavík Seafood Hall will be the first of its kind in Iceland and a great addition to Reykjavík’s cultural and...

Free Webinar on SeafoodSource

Waste Not: Financial Opportunities in Seafood By-products is the title of a lecture by Dr. Thor Sigfusson, CEO of the Iceland Ocean Cluster, presented next Wednesday in a free webinar hosted by SeafoodSource. SeafoodSource is a global leader in seafood information and...

The US Ambassador to Iceland visits the Ocean Cluster House

Robert C. Barber, the newly appointed US Ambassador to Iceland, visited the Ocean Cluster House in Reykjavík on Tuesday. Thor Sigfusson, the CEO of the Iceland Ocean Cluster, navigated Barber and his staff as they met the companies and entrepreneurs of the Ocean...

A New Chapter in the Fisheries Industry

A New Chapter in the Fisheries Industry

Historically, Iceland's fisheries industry is a raw material exporting industry, only processing the wild catch to a limited extent before export. Despite being almost exclusively a raw materiel exporter Iceland managed to transform itself from being one of the least...

New Icelandic plant sanitation system installed in Canada

New Icelandic plant sanitation system installed in Canada

D-Tech, an Icelandic Tech firm located at the Ocean Cluster House, will install and test a new plant sanitation technology that is new to the seafood processing industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The project is in co-operation with Fogo Island Co-Operative...