Dredging deeply rooted in Europort’s DNA
The largest builders and contractors of dredging vessels in the world are based in the Netherlands and Belgium. All the leading players in the land reclamation and dredging business will be at Europort, sharing their experiences of working in some of the world’s toughest environments. Get updated on the latest projects and technological advances and meet with industry peers from 5 - 8 November in Rotterdam Ahoy.
Reasons to visit Europort
- Doing business effectively: no less than 63% of the exhibitors are active in dredging. View the full list of exhibitors.
- Peer-to-peer networking: 37% of the visitors are involved in dredging. You will meet port, coastal and environmental authorities, owners of infrastructure projects, regulators, environmental organisations, conservation bodies, dredging contractors, consultants, designers and builders of dredging, academic and research institutions and equipment suppliers.
- Enhance your sector knowledge: the ever popular CEDA Dredging Days will once again take place in conjunction with Europort. This main international conference of the Central Dredging Association has been the sector’s flagship event since 1980.
Special ships, Smart solutions
With 27,000 professional visitors and over a 1,000 exhibiting companies Europort belongs to the world’s largest maritime meeting places. The exhibition and conference programme is especially dedicated to complex special purpose vessels.
The overarching theme of Europort 2019 is 'special ships, smart solutions’, including an examination of how the ongoing evolution of smart technology is reshaping the future of shipping and shipbuilding. The vital importance of a highly skilled workforce and smart people, as well as the many facets involved in ensuring smart business will also be explored in detail.