This afternoon a delegation from ChemMed has presented ChemMed Cluster in the annual meeting of ESCPP in Groningen, Holland.

The General Manager of the AEQT, Teresa Pallarès, and the General Manager of the Tarragona Port, Francesc Sánchez, have explained the project to the attendees. In total, there were 15 of the 28 representatives of the associated members.

In the ChemMed presentation, they have explained the current synergies between the Chemical sector, the Port and the other agencies, a coalition that promotes the area to new investors.

The Chemical Site of Tarragona represents 25% of the state chemical production and is one of the most important in the south of Europe. With this organization of the Cluster, the representatives of ChemMed have announced that they will continue working to resolve the necessities of the sector, making it much more attractive to potential investors.

The meeting will continue on Friday and will be inaugured by Ms. Yvonne Van Mastrigt, the Deputy of Economic Affairs in Groningen.



This Thursday and Friday (24 and 25 April) a delegation from ChemMed Tarragona, consisting of the general director of the AEQT, Teresa Pallarès, and the general director of the Port of Tarragona, Francesc Sánchez, will present the Mediterranean Chemical Cluster project in Groningen (the Netherlands). The mission of the visit is to describe the newly formed cluster at the European Chemical Site Promotion Platform, a continent-level meeting of chemical clusters.

The Tarragona delegation will take advantage of the institution’s annual meeting to explain the ChemMed project and the possibilities offered by Tarragona’s chemical hub for future investment.

The presentation of ChemMed will be included in the minutes of the annual meeting on Thursday, 24 April.


The following link provides all pertinent information about the ECSPP member meeting: