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Organisations

European River-Sea-Transport Union

25.08.2017
The European River-Sea-Transport Union (ERSTU) is an association of entrepreneurs, organizations, and institutions related to the economy, shipping, logistics, trade and marketing of inland waterway business.

European Federation of Inland Ports

31.08.2016
The European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) brings together nearly 200 inland ports and port authorities in 17 countries of the European Union, Switzerland and Ukraine. EFIP also has an observer member in Serbia. Since 1994, EFIP has been the voice of the inland ports in Europe. EFIP highlights and promotes the role of inland ports.

Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry

13.01.2015
Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry (PIPC) is an association of chemical industry in Poland representing it’s Members in relations with national and European administration and in international organizations.

The Polish Employers

05.08.2013
The Polish Employers (previously Confederation of Polish Employers) is the largest and the oldest employers' organization in Poland. It has been operating for 24 years since it was established in 1989. At the moment, it represents 7500 companies, including small and large companies, some of them successfully competing on global markets. Members of the organization employ about 4 million people.

Maritime Cluster of Western Pomerania

18.09.2012
Maritime Cluster of Western Pomerania brings together companies, universities and institutions of business environment, which are interested in the maritime economy. Cluster's mission is to build lasting relationships and promote a new image of the environment and innovative integrated maritime interests. The organization was founded in 2011.

Association for the development of water flow area of Oder and Havel

26.07.2012
The Association associates 90 members from Germany, Polish, Swiss and Czech Republic.

European Sea Ports Organisation

26.07.2012
The organization ESPO was established in 1993 in reply to the growing demands of the port sector in the presentation of outlook and opinions. It represents ports of member countries of the European Union, and also includes members, observers, from other European states.

National Chamber of Maritime Economy

26.07.2012
The Polish Chamber of Maritime Commerce is an autonomous organization of sea economy, representing the economic interests of subjects incorporated within the range of their production, commercial or service activities, particularly of organs of public administration and autonomous territories.

Cruise Europe

26.07.2012
The organization began in 1991 as the result of a meeting of 27 European ports whose main objective was common activity targeting the attraction of a greater number of cruise boats to ports of northern and Western Europe. At present over 70 ports of the Baltic, Norwegian and Northern Seas belong to Cruise Europe.

The Northern Chamber of Commerce

26.07.2012
The Northern Chamber of Commerce began in the latter part of 1997, when sixty businessmen from Szczecin decided to bring it to life. It is the greatest representation of the economic autonomy of western Pomerania. At present it incorporates several hundred firms and enterprises from Poland and from Germany. From the beginning of its existence it has maintained constant relations with over one hundred and fifty organizations of similar activity profiles, mostly from Poland, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. It benefits all manner of services incorporated in its businesses.