From June 6 to 9, 2023, the Nor-Shipping fair will take place in Oslo. Nor-Shipping is known as a fair with a strong focus on innovation. Norway is also progressive in the field of autonomous sailing and Blue Economy. Also this year Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) organizes during Nor-Shipping a NL Pavilion at an excellent location on the exhibition floor. Will you join us and show the strong Dutch innovative strength at this exhibition?
A message from the Nor-Shipping organization: "The response we have received from exhibitors and visitors has been fantastic and meeting current and new contacts face to face again was apparently way overdue! We had 596 exhibitors from 34 countries and 21 015 visits from 83 countries." Continue reading the message here.
By participating in Nor-Shipping, you can meet many potential customers in 4 days. In 2022, Nor-Shipping was caught up after they had to postpone the 2021 edition due to Covid. This first post-Covid edition had over 21,000 visitors (with 83 nationalities) and almost 600 exhibitors . The fair is divided into 5 halls, with each hall having a theme:
- Hall B - Safety & Rescue
- Hall C - Shipbuilding & Repair
- Hall D - Maritime Services & Logistics
- Hall E - Propulsion & Machinery
- Hall T - Blue Economy and "tomorrow's business solutions today".
The NL Pavilion is located in Hall C in an excellent location; at an intersection of main aisles and opposite the Norwegian Pavilion. Participation in the pavilion includes:
- Stand construction including display of your company logo and name
- Stand inventory, electricity and lighting
- Central lounge with catering
- Networking reception
- Transport package
- Joint PR
- Support from NMT
Pavilion surface area
The cost per m2 for NMT members is € 895,- excluding VAT. The cost per m2 for non-members is € 995,- excluding VAT. The minimum purchase is 12m2 per company. Prices do not include travel and accommodation costs.
Possibly your SME can get up to € 1.500 discount on Trade activities of NMT by using the mission voucher. Click here for more information.
The Norwegian Market
Norway is one of the few countries with a large maritime cluster, consisting of leading international shipping companies, seafarers, shipyards, maritime suppliers, ship designers, brokers and providers of insurance and financial services. Shipbuilding in Norway is very diverse. It includes expedition cruise ships but also ships for the offshore wind industry, ferries and fishing vessels. Norway has a number of important shipyards, namely: Ulstein Verft, Vard, Vard Brattvaag, Vard Langsten, Vard Søviknes, Havyard Ship Technology, Westcon Yard and Aas Mek. Verksted. There are also numerous other yards building small workboats, among other things. Several parties maintain Norway's order book, see this website, among others.
The country also has several leading maritime design firms, such as Ulstein, Skipsteknisk, Marin Teknikk, Salt Ship Design, Vard Design, Multi Maritime, Polarny Maritime D&E, Deltamarin, NSK Ship Design and Kongsberg. These design firms, of course, also produce designs for ships built elsewhere in the world, such as Turkey and Russia. The Norwegian fleet is one of the largest in the world, this is true for both Norwegian owners and technical managers. In 2019, the fleet of Norwegian technical managers consisted of about 2,300 ships. Much of the fleet can be divided into a number of ship types, namely: passenger ships and ferries, offshore supply ships, fishing vessels oil/LNG/LPG tankers and general cargo ships. Many Norwegian short sea ships are relatively old and in need of replacement. There are therefore many opportunities here for Dutch shipyards and suppliers. Relevant topics among Norwegian ship owners are sustainability, efficiency, digitalization and linking smart systems on board.
For more information, contact Trade Promotion Coordinator Joëlla Lucas at T 088 44 51 024 or E email@example.com.