The Turkish maritime industry has a rich history and belongs to the world’s prominent shipbuilding and shipping nations. Istanbul forms the epic maritime center with over 80 shipyards in nearby regions of Tuzla, Yalova and Izmit. These yards tend to be multi-purpose, often offering conversion, repair and maintenance as well as new building works.
In the past decades Europort has built a strong brand reputation in Türkiye. With Turkish shipbuilding becoming more prominent in the international maritime arena, now is the time to go back. 23-25 October 2024 Europort Istanbul sees its long awaited return to reconnect national and international shipping companies, shipbuilders, equipment & service suppliers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
As we navigate the waves of success from Europort 2023, we are thrilled to inform you about the possibilities to be a part of Europort Istanbul 2024: the premier maritime event in one of the world’s prominent shipbuilding and shipping nations. Secure your spot before 29 February 2024 and take advantage of the special early bird offer.
Why exhibit at Europort Istanbul?
🚢 Historic Maritime Hub
Istanbul, with its 80 shipyards in Tuzla, Yalova, and Izmit, forms the epicenter of the Turkish maritime industry. Europort Istanbul provides a unique platform to showcase your products and services in this thriving maritime hub.
🌍 Global Reach
As a gateway to Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East, Europort Istanbul attracts a diverse audience of ship owners, managers, brokers, engineers, designers, and industry influencers from around the world. This is your chance to establish international connections and broaden your market reach.
Take advantage of our easy and effective all-in participation packages tailored to meet your specific needs. We are dedicated to ensuring a seamless and rewarding experience for all our exhibitors.
As a gateway to Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East region, Europort Istanbul helps you to strengthen your business in these economically important regions. This is the place to meet ship owners, ship managers, charterers, ship brokers, shipyards, technical engineers, ship designers, naval architects, navy authorities, port managements, dredging contractors, surveyors, maritime associations, maritime universities, media and research institutes.