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For the first time in its 50-year history, the indispensable Nor-Shipping trade fair will be postponed to the new dates of January 10th to January 13th, 2022. The trade fair will take place at Norges Varemesse in Oslo, Norway. Precautions against coronavirus, such as social distancing and sanitation, will be observed.
A Brief Overview of Nor-Shipping
Nor-Shipping positions itself as a formative international exhibition with strong business clout in the maritime industry. Lillestrøm, Norway is the host city and also a key location for the North centre in Europe. The main objective is to conduct business as well as showcase the advancements in shipbuilding, maritime services and maritime management on a global level. As a unifying force in the market, it’s an extremely important event to attend!
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Why Your Visit Is Worth It
What’s really impressive about Nor-Shipping is that the exhibition does a truly comprehensive roundup of what’s happening at all levels in the industry. What’s more, organizers really push to expand the borders of the event to include the entire world. The result is some impressive data:
- 900+ international exhibitors from 48 countries showcased at the event;
- 15,000+ international visitors made the trip;
- 21,000+ square metres of exhibition space used;
- 150 expert speakers;
- 220 supporting events.
Nor-Shipping has an incredible story to tell as the exhibition first started out as a small, local event meant to create a community among local seafarers and shine light on what they did on board their local ships. This was back at the start of the 1960s. Then Norwegian shipowner and magazine publisher Per Selvig rebranded and expanded the exhibition to be the international force that it is today! Editions take place every two years at Norges Varemesse in Lillestrøm. For convenience, the space is divided in six thematic halls – blue economy and tomorrow's business solutions today, IT & navigation, Safety & rescue, Shipbuilding & repair, Maritime services & logistics, and Propulsion & machinery. In between these halls, you see a detailed snapshot of the entire sector in one place.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Nor-Shipping reflects trends in the entire world as the list of exhibitor countries covers all major regions – Europe, Asia, America, Africa and Middle East. In 2019, the countries with national pavilions include the USA and Canada, the UK, China, Italy, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Norway, Singapore, Turkey and Spain. As far as a breakdown of professions, you can expect ship owners and managers, shipyards, maritime organisations and port authorities. It’s also important to note that a portion of the exhibition will be open to members of the general public.