From 7 – 10 November 2017 Europort, organised in the world port city of Rotterdam, will be the international maritime meeting place for innovative technology and complex shipbuilding. Europort has a strong focus on special purpose ships including offshore vessels, dredging vessels, construction vessels, naval vessels, workboats, inland vessels, fishery vessels and super yachts. With almost 30,000 professional visitors and 1,100 exhibiting companies Europort belongs to the world’s leading maritime meeting places.
Structured to aid ship owners and operators optimise the performance of their fleets, Europort is an important meeting place for maritime industry professionals which brings together representatives from all sectors. It creates a forum where buyers and sellers can gather under one roof to conduct business and enhance industry knowledge. In particular, Europort adds value in terms of technology leadership and the building of complex ship types, benefitting all stakeholders by showcasing innovative technology and advanced shipbuilding systems.
The scope of Europort includes sea shipping, offshore vessels, inland navigation, dredging, fishing vessels, workboats, naval ships, construction vessels and mega yachts. The specific focus on special purpose ships sets Europort apart from other events.
Europort is interesting for manufacturers and suppliers involved in: Shipbuilding, repair and conversion, Propulsion and manoeuvring, Electronics, communication & navigation, Environmental and auxiliary systems, Deck, safety and special equipment and Maritime services (e.g. classification, finance, nautical services, media, government and sector associations).
Europort is a must attend event for ship owners, shipyard managers, ship designers, super intendants, fleet managers, ship brokers, technical engineers, naval architects and all other maritime professionals that are involved in shipbuilding, repair or conversion.
|Tuesday, November 7||10:00 – 18:00 hours|
|Wednesday, November 8||10:00 – 18:00 hours|
|Thursday, November 9||10:00 – 22:00 hours|
|Friday, November 10||10:00 – 17:00 hours|