Aqua Nor 2007

Aqua Nor is the most important event and the principal venue for everyone related to the fish farming industry. Here you will find the very latest in terms of news, products, services and R&D. All major aquaculture nations are represented by exhibitors, delegations and visitors.

Professional Interaction
The Aqua Nor shows is held biannually in Trondheim, Norway. Exhibitors emphasize the unique opportunities that Aqua Nor provides for interaction with decision-makers and buyers representing both the national and international aquaculture industries.


Visitors find that Aqua Nor offers the best overview of products and services provided by the very best suppliers of the trade. They all highlight the excellent atmosphere and open interaction that colleagues from all over the world experience at Aqua Nor.

Aqua Nor 2005 Facts:
487 companies from 20 nations
- 15,250 visitors from 53 nations
- Visitors in percent by field of activity:
Fish farming: 25%
Research: 15%
Equipment suppliers: 14%
Sales/processing: 12%
Services:  8%
Public administration:  6%
Education:  6%
Organizations: 5%
Other activity:   9%

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