Maritime & Offshore Forum (MOF)

Maritime & Offshore Forum for Oslofjorden (former Maritime Forum Oslofjorden adn Oslofjorden Offshore Forum) is a forum for companies from all parts of the maritime industries in the region. The main focus of the organisation is to strenghten both the regional and national position in the industry as the place where the most innovative and profitable solutions and the highest standards of quality maritime created and commercialized.

 

MOF Innovation

MOF Innovation assemble the best maritime skills to support innovation in maritime technology and services.

The objective is to contribute to:

  • Stimulate member companies to innovative thinking
  • Connect members of the network in order to adress spesific challenges or ideas
  • Assist with the continuation of projects in research, financing or market

Through cooperation with selected partners Connect Norway we can also help promising businesses find a faster and safer way towards maritime markets.

 

MOF Recruitment and experise 

MOF's Experise Group gather representatives from maritime educational institutions. The focus of this group is to identify needs that might develop in the industry in terms of expertise, ensuring the industry always stays at the forefront and is able to meet any challenge.

 

Visit the Forum's website here.

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