Norwegian Maritime Exhibition - Nor-Shipping
Norwegian Maritime Exhibition Nor-Shipping is an international shipping, maritime, and marine technology exhibition regularly held in Norway. The English name of Norwegian Maritime Exhibition is Nor-Shipping.
-Exhibition Introduction: No Shipping was first held in 1965 and has been successfully held for 29 sessions to date. The exhibition lasts for 4 days and showcases the latest products and services in shipbuilding, maritime and marine technology from exhibitors around the world.
-Exhibition scale: The No Shipping exhibition is very large and is one of the five largest international ship exhibitions in the world. The exhibition attracted over 1000 exhibitors and visitors from 85 countries.
-Exhibition Theme: Each No Shipping exhibition has different themes, including popular topics such as green shipping, intelligent manufacturing, and digital transformation. The exhibition mainly focuses on the latest trends and future development directions of the shipbuilding, maritime, and marine technology industries, providing attendees with an opportunity to exchange innovative ideas and establish business connections.
-Concurrent activities: In addition to exhibitions, Nor Shipping also includes a series of meetings and seminars to promote communication and discussion among attendees. In addition, there are some special events, such as award ceremonies, ship visits, and online gatherings, which provide participants with a more comprehensive communication platform.
-Key exhibitors: The exhibitors of No Shipping mainly include ship manufacturers, maritime and marine technology suppliers, classification societies, insurance companies, and financial institutions. Some of the main exhibitors include ABB, Caterpillar, Kongsberg, MAN Energy Solutions, Rolls Royce, and others.
-Audience source: The audience of No Shipping mainly comes from professionals in shipping, navigation, shipbuilding, marine technology, and related industries. In addition, many government representatives, scholars, and researchers will also participate in the exhibition. The exhibition attracted approximately 50000 visitors from 85 countries.
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