SEA Human Capital
Oscar Gómez Díaz (Aclunaga)
European shipyards and maritime equipment manufacturers employ more than 500,000 people directly and some 400,000 people indirectly, working at around 300 shipyards and 22,000 supplying companies.
European shipyards are specialised in building, maintaining, repairing, converting or equipping the most innovative, sophisticated and high technology vessels. European equipment suppliers are first in the world in terms of global production of maritime equipment with 48% of the market shares.
European shipyards are well-known by their excellence in designing, building, maintaining, equipping, converting or repairing the highest quality special vessels such as cruise vessels, offshore vessels, passenger ships, research or fishing vessels and yachts. The industry’s success and competitiveness relies on the most highly skilled workforce, able to develop, produce and innovate the most advanced technologies. The increased complexity of products, new business areas and non-stop innovations created an additional demand for highly skilled staff.
SEA Human Capital works to ensure that the sector has access to and retains the needed human capital. The group works, amongst others, in the following areas: