MHK Supply Chain

Supply chains are a great tool for highlighting the maturity, infancy, strengths, weaknesses and resources available for a particular market sector. In Marine Hydrokinetic’s (MHK), supply chains provide clarity on the current available structure of the market, detailing all the organisations involved in the development, construction, supply, technology, maintenance, research, policy and business services for MHK. Through the circulation of a supply chain, broken linkages and gaps in the industry are easily highlighted and gift emerging organisations opportunities for refinement and development in the marketplace. Technology and knowledge transfer is crucial if we are to evoke leadership in our industry and streamline development for future commercialisation. In addition to providing MHK with the current industry perspective, the supply chain will provide transparency within our coalition and encourage dialogue between organisations.

If MHK is to foresee potential hurdles, then having an overall industry perspective will be to our benefit and allow us to move this nascent technology forward. The following is our current supply chain with a list of services and the relevant organisations.

Each company is listed vertically under the relevant service column.

If you wish to join the supply chain, find the relevant service and enter your organisation. The submit button can be found at the very bottom of the page or you can simply press enter; and this will add your entry to the public supply chain.

Example: If your company’s service applies to ‘Port Services’, type your company’s name in the ‘Port Services’ space below and press enter. If your company supplies multiple services such as ‘Marine Supplies & Port Services’, fill both blank spaces in with your companies name and click enter.

If you have any questions please send an email to andrew@oceanrenewable.com

For further information on the supply chain or any questions, email: andrew@oceanrenewable.com

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