Tickets have been made available for what Nor-Shipping hopes would be its “largest ever” event week. The event will take place in Oslo and Lillestrm from June 6 to 9. According to the organisers, 22,000m2 of exhibition space is nearly sold out, a variety of conferences will provide “something for everyone,” and a slew of social, networking and knowledge-sharing activities is currently being finalised. The first-ever Offshore Wind and Offshore Aquaculture Conferences, hosted by Nor-Shipping, as well as the Ocean Leadership Conference, Second Maritime Hydrogen Conference, and Fourth International Autonomy Summit, are notable events, as reported by Dry Cargo.
This week, tickets went on sale, with an early-bird discount valid through May 1. Free entry to all technical seminars and blue talks, admission to all exhibition days, access to Oslo’s After Work @Aker Brygge social scene, and free public transportation in Oslo (Zone 1) and between the Lillestrm exhibition centre are all included in the fee.
It is a deal created specifically for an industry looking for new chances, partners, and long-term economic success, according to Sidsel Norvik, Director of Nor-Shipping.
According to Norvik, “business opportunities in the ocean space are evolving, and so are we.” As a result, we are essentially acting as a hub for global ambition; bringing stakeholders together, sharing and showcasing the very latest developments and innovations, and creating a platform from which we can navigate the future together. “Our core maritime audience is essential to unlocking value from developing sectors, such as offshore wind, and we see, now more than ever, the need for a physical gathering like Nor-Shipping.” With the help of our partners, we are customising the event in June to guarantee that we realise the enormous potential offered, for our exhibitors, guests, and all participants.
Only a few spots remain in halls B, T, and E, according to Norvik, who also notes that halls C and D are now totally sold out. Nor-presence Shipping in the United States will also increase thanks to the recently announced “USA Partnership Pavilion,” which will be run in collaboration with Kallman Worldwide. It will join national pavilions for countries like Norway, Japan, Germany, Singapore, South Korea, and Turkey, among others. Also, this will be the first expo to have a pavilion specifically for Norway Offshore Wind.
“The feedback we’re getting with just a few months to go is really exciting,” Norvik concludes. “It looks set to be the biggest Nor-Shipping ever, with the potential to both support and influence industry progress like never before. We’re working around the clock to ensure we have an arena for everyone with ocean ambitions… and there’ll be more announcements to come in the weeks ahead. So, watch this space!”
Also, first-come, first-served tickets for the Nor-Shipping Party in Oslo and the Nor-Shipping Barbecue have been made available in collaboration with DNV.
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Source: Dry Cargo