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Nor-Shipping

For more than 50 years, Nor-Shipping has been, activity-filled event that attracts key maritime industry players from across the world. The presence of leading figures from the entire maritime value chain makes Nor-Shipping a recognized arena for strategic deal making and networking.

The bi-annual event takes place in Oslo, Norway. Next event is 4-7 June 2019.

FUTURE FOCUS


Nor-Shipping aims to connect, challenge, provoke and inspire the industry, encouraging silo-breaking development while identifying the new business opportunities arising in a world undergoing major transformative shifts. Leaders who drive change and utilize challenging markets through outside-the-box thinking, meet their peers to share sneak peeks into the future.

 

OCEAN OPPORTUNITIES


Norway builds and supplies some of the most advanced vessels in the world. As the ocean space opens up new industries, technology leaders from the Norwegian clusters present their cutting-edge solutions developed through decades of spearheading advanced offshore operations in the world’s harshest conditions. Prepare to enter the ocean space!

 

A PREMIUM EXHIBITION


At the heart of it all is the Nor-Shipping exhibition. It showcases 22,500 square meters of the best and latest in maritime technology, services and solutions spread across six halls. An easy-to-navigate layout featuring national pavilions, industry segments and “theme parks” optimizes the experience for both exhibitors and visitors.

 

If your business falls within our main theme areas, you will fit right in at the exhibition. These are: Disruptive Sustainability, IT and navigation; safety and rescue; shipbuilding and repair; maritime services and logistics; and propulsion and machinery. For those who are more focused on the commercial side of the industry, our conferences have proven to be a big draw.

 

LOOK TO NORWAY


Norway is home to the most complete maritime cluster in the world, with every part of the value chain represented – from shipowners to shipbuilders, from shipbrokers and classification societies to technology providers. This results in unique multi-party collaborations, innovation and competence – all of which are on display at Nor-Shipping.

While visitors come from around 80 countries, the Norwegian maritime cluster’s strong presence at Nor-Shipping is a big attraction for many of our international delegates. Many of our international exhibitors choose to be located in their country’s national pavilion.

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