The spotlight will be this year on the significant number of industry players offering innovative solutions which meet the needs of the broad range of special ships.
A strong upturn of visitors is expected to take a tour around the 14 national pavilions, and a detailed look at the floor plan on the website will help you identify where they are located.
The enduring popularity of the Europort exhibition is underlined by the fact that before opening its doors, 99% of the available space was completely sold out.
The growing interest is due to the expanded facilities. The brand-new Ahoy Convention Centre in the maritime capital of Europe, Rotterdam, creates a new exhibition lay-out of their 40th edition.
The impact of COVID-19 has transformed the maritime people and their social behavior, updating their core business to the new situation, and creating an immense desire to see each other again.
Europort will bring the maritime industry together again, offering 4 days filled with a complete safe post-pandemic arena respecting the developments of the Dutch Government.
- 26,076 professional visitors
- 1,040 exhibiting companies
- 1,500 conference delegates
- 93 countries
- 14 country pavilions
- 45,000 m2 of exhibition space
And with only two weeks to go, the confirmed pavilions will be presenting their solutions at the below locations. No doubt the solutions will result in extensive wisdom and the chance to face the maritime transition through a successful networking. Engage with the national pavilions:
- The Netherlands – Hall 1 & 8
- Spain – Hall 7
- France – Hall 8
- Greece – Hall 7
- Italy – Hall 2
- UK – Hall 8
- Ukraine – Hall 5
- Denmark – Hall 4
- Iran – Hall 5
- Rising Stars – Hall 4
The respective pavilions invite you to engage and be part of the Europort 2021 journey. This is your chance to explore the power behind their solutions and to create sustainable relationships cooperating to innovate together, today and tomorrow.
In close cooperation with Europort, MARPRO is the official organizer of the Danish Pavilion. The managing director MARPRO, Jakob le Fevre states: “We believe that the market is longing for a physical exhibition and with Europort being the first major global maritime exhibition to be held post-pandemic, we believe that the exhibition will be a tremendous success.”
And we can not agree more with Raymond Silikaus, the Managing Director Exhibitions of AHOY: “Reinforcing our ties with MARPRO is something I very much look forward to. MARPRO has strong experience in the marine industry and with their can-do mentality they have built a close maritime network in Denmark and beyond. The Danish maritime cluster plays an important role in the international arena of maritime solutions. We believe that Europort – being almost a ‘home match’ for Denmark – offers great potential to showcase innovation and expand business. And we believe MARPRO is the right connecting partner.”
Meet a fully equipped pavilion consisting of a strong team of Danish companies at Hall 4:
For more information contact: +45 53700995 Otherwise contact the Europort Project Team here.
For more information contact:
Otherwise contact the Europort Project Team here.