Within our ecosystem are cross-sectoral parties that work together to define and implement solutions for green chemistry.
The Chemical Cluster Delfzijl is a unique co-operation between companies that exchange raw materials, share supplies, and with attention for safety, quality, people, and environment.
The site has excellent facilities for companies active in the fibers, polymers and composites markets as well as recycling and is the largest of its kind in the North of Europe.
The main centre for innovation, research and industry. It has two branches: Zernike Campus in the north of the city of Groningen and the Healthy Ageing Campus near the UMCG.
In total there are 85,000 Students, many of whom are from all over the world.
There are a number of relevant dedicated institutes and research facilities at Chemport Europe, each with its own strength and focus. A shared ambition is to help “change the nature of chemistry”.
Chemport Europe is heading towards a circular economy – the waste flows of one business are the valuable raw materials for another. Material and energy flows are exchanged where possible.
The Northern Netherlands forms an important link between economic core areas such as the Randstad conurbation and Northern Germany and the areas beyond in Northern and Eastern Europe.
We share the same ambition
Research fuels the flames of innovation