Clean Baltic Sea Shipping

CLEANSHIP

 

www.clean-baltic-sea-shipping.eu

Duration
June 2010 – September 2013
 
Partners
CLEANSHIP is formally borne by a consortium of 21 partners  representing stakeholders along the triple helix concept, i.e. local and regional governments, port organisations, universities and NGOs.
The partnership covers political interests, strategic needs for harmonisation, technical generalisation and pilot projects as well as the need for supporting investigations.
On the political level there are local and regional governments, port organisations and industry associations. The strategic level is represented by port organisations as well as shipping companies. Partners on the technical level are universities, NGOs, technical advisory bodies. 
 
Formal project partners are:
Port of Trelleborg, Trelleborg, Sweden – Lead Partner
City of Trelleborg, Sweden
Ports of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Port of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Port of Turku, Turku, Finland
Norwegian Ship Owners Association, Oslo, Norway
Port of Tallinn, Tallinn, Estonia
Port of Kalundborg, Kalundborg, Denmark
Baltic Energy Forum e.V. (BEF), Mallentin, Germany
City of Hamburg, Ministry for Urban Dvlpmt and Environment, Germany
Port of Rostock, Rostock, Germany
Public Utility Company of Lübeck, Lübeck, Germany
Baltic Sea Forum e.V., Hamburg, Germany
Skaane Region, Malmö, Sweden
Latvian Maritime Administration, Riga, Latvia
Environmental Development Association, Riga, Latvia
Klaipeda Sea Port Authority, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Klaipeda University, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Klaipeda Technology and Science Park, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Maritime Institute of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
Port of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
 
Furthermore, the project is strongly supported by associated partners who could not become formal partners due to restrictions of the funding programme but who wanted to support the objectives of the project with own contributions and own money.
Among the associated partners are Pan Baltic Sea Region political organisations, national and regional governments, shipping companies, technical advisory bodies, energy companies and also NGOs:
1. Baltic Sea Subregional States Co-operation (BSSSC), Hamburg, Germany
2. Swedish Maritime Administration, Norköping, Sweden
3. German Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Bonn, Germany
4. State Chancellery of Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel, Germany
5. Germanischer Lloyd, Hamburg, Germany
6. Rosmoport (Kaliningrad), Russian Federation
7. Vestfold County Council, Tonsberg, Norway
8. Port of Nexö, Denmark
9. Maritimt Forum, Grimstad, Norway
10. E.ON Gas Sverige AS, Malmö, Sweden
11. Exmar BV, Antwerp, Belgium
12. Nordic LNG AB, Gothenburg, Sweden
13. Scandlines AB, Helsingborg, Sweden
14. Baltic Ports Organisation (BPO), Gdansk, Poland
15. German Shipowners Association, Hamburg, Germany
16. TT-Line GmbH, Lübeck, Germany
17. Port of Gdansk, Poland
18. City of Swinoujscie, Poland
19. World Future Council, Brussels, Belgium
 
Supporting partners 
In addition to the formal and associated partners many organisations want to support the project without being involved in its tasks and activities. The list of supporting partners is still growing. Such organisations and partners are:
1. Danish Maritime Authority, Copenhagen, Denmark
2. Baltic Marine Envirionment Protection Commission (HELCOM) Helsinki, Finland 
3. Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS), Stockholm, Sweden
4. German Hydrographic Administration (BSH), Hamburg, Germany
5. City of Lübeck, Germany
6. OKEANOS Foundation, Darmstadt, Germany
7. Ministry of the Environment of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
8. AIDA Cruises GmbH, Rostock, Germany
9. SIDA, Stockholm, Sweden
10. City of Gdansk, Poland
11. Ministry of Infrastructure, Warsaw, Poland
12. Ostsee Mineralöl- Bunker GmbH
13. Det Norske Veritas Deutschland
 
Contact person:
Ms. Victoria Sträussler
Project Assistant
E-mail: vs@baltef.de
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