BPN is particularly proud of the distinction of Knight of Maritime Merit obtained by Jean-François DAVIAU on July 15, 2019.
The perseverance, commitment and passion of our director are undoubtedly the factors that have enabled SABELLA to achieve its goals and will enable this innovative company to meet the challenge of Renewable Marine Energies.
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With over 190 businesses and organisations, BPN Industrial Cluster is heard loud and clear as it promotes 3 Breton flagships: the Shipbuilding, Marine Renewable Energy and Oil and Gas industries. BPN Directory is a must-have for those interested in leading-edge services and products.
This Thursday, May 2, 2019, at the "Chantier Bretagne Sud"in Etel, a place highly representative of Brittany's geographical assets, Gaël Le Saout, President of BRETAGNE OCEAN POWER and Frédéric Guena, President of BPN, gave substance to a strengthened cooperation for the development of a strong industrial sector for Renewable Marine Energies.
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BPN, which represents the companies in the industrial shipbuilding and repair sector in Brittany, wishes to restore the truth and thus respond to the statement of the "Chantier du Guip".
The work of the commission was carried out objectively and with full respect for the right to express the needs of all stakeholders. it is therefore thanks to the study that each port centre was able to justify its requests. no, the region did not make any mistake in mandating BPN, and it is indeed the voice of the Breton shipping industry that led to this balanced decision.