Nor-Shipping 2015

Norway is home to the most complete maritime cluster in the world, with every part of the value chain represented - from shipowners to shipbuilders, from shipbrokers and classification societies to technology providers.

This results in unique multi-party collaborations, innovation and competence - all of which are on display at Nor-Shipping.

At the heart of it all is the Nor-Shipping exhibition. It showcases 22,500 square meters of the best and latest in maritime technology, services and solutions spread across six halls.

An easy-to-navigate layout featuring national pavilions, industry segments and "theme parks" optimizes the experience for both exhibitors and visitors.

Established more than 50 years ago, Nor-Shipping is now a weeklong, activity-filled event that attracts key maritime industry players from across the world. The presence of leading figures from the enire maritime value chain makes Nor-Shipping a recognized arena for strategic deal making and networking. 

If you would like to find you more about Nor-Shipping and the next event, then please visit their website here or take a look at their brochure here.

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