Maritime Communications Partner is one of five new companies accepted as cluster participants in GCE NODE.

The board of GCE NODE has also accepted applications from Red Rock Marine, Standlifter Holding, IRIS and Geodis Wilson. With this addition, a total of 75 companies now participate in the cluster.

Geodis Wilson is a supply chain operator ranking among the top companies in its field in Europe and the world. Geodis is the number one transport and logistics operator in France and ranked fourth in Europe. The international reach includes a direct presence in 67 countries and a global network spanning over 120 countries.

The international Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS) is an independent research institute with high focus on applied research within the fields of technical-natural and social sciences. Target areas are improved oil recovery, automated drilling and environmental monitoring.

Maritime Communications Partner is the leading on-board communications partner. The company has developed unique technical solutions, providing mobile telephony coverage, internet services and backhaul for the offshore-industry, fisheries as well as for people on-board major cruise ships and ferries worldwide.

Red Rock Marine is an innovative supplier of industry leading marine and offshore handling equipment.

Standlifter Holding offers a new patented innovative pipehandling system for drillpipes and casings, saving time and weight and results in safer operations. The company has also developed a new concept combining P&A and decommissioning comprising a new patented subsea lifting yoke / ROV.