ANNOUNCEMENT: EUROPORT ROMANIA RESCHEDULED TO 18-20 MAY 2021
Rotterdam, 23-03-2020: Last period we have been reviewing the situation of the COVID-19 virus in relation to Europort Romania, which was planned to take place 12-14 May 2020. It is painful to see that all over the world people are growingly affected by the COVID-19 virus and private lives as well as business environments are confronted with a new reality.
Over the past weeks international governments and health authorities have taken intrusive measures to counter this global crisis. As an international event organiser we are closely monitoring these developments and will continue to do so.
The health and safety of our participants, visitors and employees are paramount and shall always prevail when organising our events. For the sake of all stakeholders we adhere to the guidelines stipulated by the Romanian Ministry and international health authorities. For this reason we have no alternative than to reschedule Europort Romania to another date.
It is still hard to predict how the COVID-19 virus will develop over the next months and how soon life and business can turn to recovery. Based on the current information and after careful consultation, we have therefore decided to reschedule Europort Romania to 18-20 May 2021. For further questions on Europort Romania, the projectteam can be consultated.
ABOUT EUROPORT ROMANIA
Europort Romania is organised by Rotterdam Ahoy in cooperation with the Constanta Chamber of Commerce and the Netherlands Embassy in Bucharest.
Maritime equipment and service suppliers in the field of automation, propulsion & manoeuvring, electronics, communication & navigation, dredging equipment, hydraulics, deck, safety & salvage equipment, shipbuilding, repair & conversion, maritime services, ship engineering environmental and auxiliary systems.
Europort Romania is well attended by the management, technical, purchasing, engineering and operational departments of shipyards, maritime, offshore and inland ship owners, ship brokers, trading companies, salvage companies, navigation channel administration companies, towage and harbour services, naval authorities, port managers and marine designers.
Pariticpate in 2021?
Since most of the maritime equipment is imported, Romania offers great opportunities for international suppliers. There is a demand for technological expertise in propulsion, electronics, automation, communication, hydraulics, safety and green technology to mention just a few. The need for skilled labour is high and this opens up new avenues of revenue for those matching skilled workers with shipyards and local industries. Download the participation form or contact the projectteam via +31 10 293 33 272 or firstname.lastname@example.org