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Posted 2024-04-10 16:02:14 by

MarRI-UK has announced that MSE International has become the latest company to join MarRI-UK as an Associate Member.

Founded in 2005 as a sector consortium for maritime industries in the South East of England, MSE International has seen its ambition and remit grow over the last two decades through key international collaborations and via the building up of a significant project portfolio across a broad array of sectors including maritime decarbonisation, maritime logistics, marine energy, maritime surveillance and the management of ocean resources.

By joining MarRI-UK, the two organisations are building on a strong ongoing relationship which started in 2020 when MSE International successfully led and completed the Flow Batteries for Marine Application (FLO-MAR) project as part of the Clean Maritime Call and they are currently the lead partner of the SPINE: Shipping and Port Interfaces in New Era project as part of the Smart Maritime Land Operations Call. MarRI-UK therefore already have an excellent working relationship and are looking forward to taking the next steps of deepening collaboration together in order to build the prosperous and innovative UK maritime sector we are all committed to seeing develop.

"MSE has led two MarRI-UK projects on maritime decarbonisation, so I am delighted that we have been admitted into Associate membership.  We are looking forward to developing further our relationship with MarRI-UK and contributing to its vital innovation portfolio.” – Jonathan Williams, Founder and CEO, MSE International

“I am delighted to welcome MSE International as our latest Associate Member. Through both the current SPINE project as well as their Clean Maritime Call project “Flow Batteries for Marine Application (FLO-MAR)” we have developed a strong relationship and I look forward to working together over the years ahead. MSE UK have a strong reputation for running consortium and building collaboration, and so they are a natural fit to be part of the wider MarRI-UK Community. – Simon Reid, Director of MarRI-UK