Navantia and Pymar submitt projects to the shipbuilding Perte valued in 219 million
They involve about a hundred companies
The public shipyard and the group of small and medium private shipyards (Pymar) have submitted their projects for the Naval Perte on the last day to apply. Navantia and Pymar explain it is a single large project, made up of another 41 of a primary nature, with a global investment of 219 million euros. The aim is to reach the maximum public funds over 100 million euros. What is truly relevant is that 95 companies are involved in the projects. The global project, they explain, promotes "intersectoral technological interconnection throughout the value chain of the shipbuilding industry". The initiatives range from industrial research to the development of experimental equipment and component prototypes, which they say will have "strong traction on other economic sectors and new activities generation."
The shipbuilding Perte -with 310 million euros from public resources- has been launched so that the shipbuilding industry can diversify towards other sectors with potential, such as marine renewable energies; low-emission ships and digitization and environmental improvement, in addition to the training of professionals.