The American Industrial Team began training off the coast of Maryland

The US Business Network has launched a Foundation 2 Blade (F2B) training course for companies in Maryland in partnership with the Maryland Energy Administration (MAA).

The training will help Maryland-based businesses expand into the marine industry and ensure they have the tools and information they need to use it in the expansion market, Business Network said.

May helped fund Maryland businesses to participate in the training program at a much lower cost.

The training aims to identify companies that fit into the growing coastal wind supply chain and help them create more opportunities to use future leaders.

The courses contain six modules aimed at simplifying the supply chain, inspiring innovation and providing a market access for a company, Business Network said.

Training takes place over three days in person.

The first Maryland F2B training program will take place October 6-8 in Baltimore.

“F2B will strengthen competition by making Maryland regional companies aware of opportunities in the coastal wind supply chain,” said Mary Bet Tung, MAA director.

“Coastal winds have the potential to generate significant investment in Maryland and stimulate many community support industries.

MEA’s partnership with the Business Network will help increase the community’s deep understanding of the coastal wind business.

“Maryland is boldly entering the naval development and that is creating new demand for local services and suppliers,” said Liz Burdock, CEO of Beach Wind.

“The Foundation 2 Blade training program will help Maryland companies better integrate and transform themselves into a sea-supply chain.

“Building an environmental supply chain will play an important role in the growth of the industry, but Maryland companies must set themselves up today to seize this unique opportunity.

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