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Ocean Cluster

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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New study: The Icelandic ocean technology sector grows by 13%

New study: The Icelandic ocean technology sector grows by 13%

The ocean technology sector in Iceland experienced a 66 bn. ISK turnover in 2012, a 13% increase from 2011 (inflation adj.) according to a new study conducted by the Iceland Ocean Cluster. These firms design and manufacture fishing gear, packaging equipment,...

Increased cooperation amongst clusters in the oil and gas industry

Increased cooperation amongst clusters in the oil and gas industry

The Iceland Ocean Cluster and the Danish cluster Offshoreenergy.dk, have increased their cooperation to promote knowledge sharing and cooperation for further development of the oil and gas industry in Greenland. The cooperation aims to utilize the knowledge of Danish...

Foreign traffic in the Ocean Cluster House

Foreign traffic in the Ocean Cluster House

The Ocean Cluster House has attracted a unusually large number of foreign visitors for the past weeks, interested in the Icelandic fisheries industry and related sectors. As an example, a group of 40 Dutch university students studying human geography at the University...

Atlantic Ocean Clusters meet in Ålesund Norway

Atlantic Ocean Clusters meet in Ålesund Norway

April 15-16, the North Atlantic Ocean Cluster Alliance (NOACA) gathered in Ålesund, Norway to discuss mutual projects and cooperation. The alliance consists of clusters and organizations from Norway, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Denmark and Newfoundland...

Sigurjón Arason Honored for his contribution to Icelandic fisheries

Sigurjón Arason Honored for his contribution to Icelandic fisheries

Professor Sigurjón Arason recieved an award from the collabiration of the Iceland Ocean Cluster for his contribution for increased value create in Icelandic fisheries. The award was presented to Mr. Arason at the Ocean Cluster house on April 19th. The following...

Spring is here in the Ocean Cluster House

Spring is here in the Ocean Cluster House

This friday (19th) at 15:30 we invite you to a special event in the Ocean Cluster House in Grandagardi 16 in Reykjavik. Mr. Sigurjon Arason, food scientist and chief engineer at research institution Matís will be accepting an award from the Iceland Ocean Cluster...