The 2022 programme will expand on wide-ranging topics such as river transport, energy issues, Euro-Mediterranean ports and cargo
The 2022 edition of Euromaritime, organised by Informer (le marin Ouest-France group) and Sogena, will bring together professionals from the maritime industry at Parc Chanot, Marseille, from 28-30 June. The event will be centred around blue growth, an international project that supports the sustainable growth of the marine and maritime sectors, and offer attendees the opportunity to network with industrialists, investors, institutions and business providers.
The event is set to welcome 5,000 international visitors and over 200 exhibitors.
With targeted business meetings, pitches, lectures and seminars, the event will focus on four major maritime and river-related themes including construction and repair, transport, ports and technologies of the future. These themes will be explored through four areas at the event: SEAnnovation, SEAgital, SEA-Research and SEA-Protect.
The SEAnnovation area will present around 15 start-ups offering technologies that can be applied to one of the four key sectors of blue growth.
Three new spaces have been created especially for the 2022 event including SEAgital, in partnership with Cyber Maritime, SEA-Research, in partnership with Mer Veille Energie, and SEA-Protect. The topic areas will tackle cyberattacks, discover future technologies linked to marine renewable energy and marine biotechnologies, and promote new technologies for the protection of rivers and seas retrospectively.
Building on the success of Euromaritime 2020, the 2022 programme will expand on its previous wide-ranging topics such as river transport, energy issues, Euro-Mediterranean ports and cargo.
Register for Euromaritime 2022 here.