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Record-breaking Aqua Nor!

Aqua Nor 2017 closed its doors after four fantastic days. The final count showed that no less than 27 110 visitors had found their way to the exhibition. This represents an increase of over 30% compared to Aqua Nor 2015.

“A strong professional programme, excellent stands, professional stand personnel all round the exhibition and a good feeling through all four dayshave made Aqua Nor 2017 an exhibition to remember. In addition, there has been a marked increase in the number of students visiting Aqua Nor, and this hold great promise for the future of the industry,” says project manager Kari Steinsbø of the Nor-Fishing Foundation.

 

Here are the number of visitors per day:

Tuesday –            6550
Wednesday –     8043
Thursday –          8211
Friday –               4306

Total:                    27 110

The visitors came from 71 countries.

There was also a solid increase in the number of exhibitors since the last Aqua Nor. A total of 600 exhibitors showed their technology and shared their expertise at the stands. Exhibitors represented 25 countries.

Aqua Nor thanks all visitors and exhibitors and welcome back to Aqua Nor 2019 – 20th – 23rd August 2019!

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