Free Trade Zone becomes part of the Cadiz Naval Maritime Cluster

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The Cádiz Free Trade Zone is from today a member of the Cádiz Naval Maritime Cluster. The delegate, Fran González, and the president of the naval maritime entity, José Luis García-Zaragoza, have thus signed it in a ceremony held at the Cadiz Institution.

Joint work with entities from the marine sector is very necessary to establish synergies around the ecosystem that is being created around the blue economy and the new sustainable industrial model of the Free Trade Zone. This commitment to sustainability represents an important added value for the Cadiz fiscal area, which has a historical link with the sea and international trade.

The Clúster Marítimo Naval de Cádiz is a non-profit business association. It has been working since 2015 in the defense of the interests of the sector, seeking its continuous improvement.

Its objective is to promote, boost, invigorate and develop the Andalusian naval maritime sector, through work focused on several lines of action. Organization, communication, training and education, strategy and competitiveness and internationalization stand out.

This High Technology Incubator project for the promotion and encouragement of innovation and technology transfer to micro-SMEs in the Blue Economy sector In Andalucia “[BlueEcoIncuba x Logistical]Tech = ZONA BASE – INCUBAZULthrough the INCYDE Foundation, It is financed 80% by the European Regional Development Fund within the Pluriregional Operational Program from Spain FEATHER 2014-2020 AFTER. “A way of making Europe” within axis 3: Improving the Competitiveness of SMEs, Thematic Objective 3 Improving the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises, and investment priority 3ª Fostering entrepreneurship, in particular, facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas, and promoting the creation of new companies, also through incubators.