Europort 2017 set to be the most international show yet
The increasingly international character of Europort is underlined by the fact that many high profile national pavilions have already announced their presence for 2017.
The event will have specific exhibition areas dedicated to the products and services offered by companies in particular countries, including The Netherlands, Spain, Brazil, France, China, UK, Croatia, Singapore, Italy, Finland, Greece, Korea, USA, Iran, Russia and Romania.
Singapore will have a particularly high-profile presence at this year’s show, having its own pavilion organised under the aegis of the Association of Singapore Maritime Industries (ASMI) for the first time. South Korea is seeking to raise its profile with two pavilions, one organised by the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) and another by the Busan Economic Promotion Agency (BEPA).