Europort 2021: the path to a sustainable maritime future
On September 1 Europort 2021 proudly announced the first programme components. This year's largest maritime exhibition will take place from 2 to 5 November in Rotterdam Ahoy and its brand new convention centre.
It is the 40th edition of Europort, making it one of the longest existing maritime exhibitions in the world.
Of course, Europort 2021 also looks to the future. In fact, charting the path to a sustainable maritime future is one of Europort's primary ambitions. To initiate a deeper understanding of the transition trails that are of vital interest to the maritime ecosystem, four major themes will dominate the Europort 2021 agenda: Digitalization, Energy Transition, the Next Generation and Ship Finance.
“We’re proud to be working with many respected partners in the sector, in order to create a relevant programme for all of our maritime segments.”Raymond Siliakus - Europort
In common with the previous 39 editions, Europort 2021 offers numerous conferences, thematic masterclasses, matchmaking and networking events, seminars and workshops in close collaboration with its partners and industry organizations. Exhibition manager Raymond Siliakus: "Once again, a very extensive knowledge programme will be implemented. We’re proud to be working with many respected partners in the sector, in order to create a relevant programme for all of our maritime segments.”