Nor-Shipping, Your Arena for Ocean Solutions, has taken the decision to postpone its planned exhibition and activity programme for June 2021, pushing the event back to 10-13 January 2022. Faced with the possibility of a scaled down, socially distanced exhibition due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Nor-Shipping has opted to move to retain its “personality and impact”, ensuring global decision makers have the opportunity to meet face-to-face, connect and build prosperous partnerships.
Nor-Shipping 2019 was the most successful event week in the initiative’s over 50 year history. It saw more than 50,000 participants (a 34% increase over 2017), gathering from over 85 nations, at the main exhibition halls in Lillestrøm and across venues throughout nearby Oslo. However, under the current circumstances, the planned 2021 programme could not have delivered the same industry impact, experience and value, state Nor-Shipping Directors Karen Algaard and Per Martin Tanggaard.
Face-to-face with opportunity
“Nor-Shipping is renowned as the global gathering point for ocean stakeholders,” says Tanggaard. “A place where they…
Larguez les amarres en optant pour l'abonnement
Accédez en illimité à l'ensemble des articles du site Mer et Marine en souscrivant à l'une de nos offres.onclick="webleads.goal('abonnez-vous à partir de suite paywall standard');" href="/fr/abonnement">Abonnez-vous à partir de 1,49 € par jour