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SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY Back to the (refreshed) exhibition centre In the first days of November, all maritime eyes are on Rotterdam. In the Dutch shipping capital, the 40th edition of the exhibition »Europort« will take place – one of the first of its kind since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world The exhibition will take place from 2 to 5 November in Rotterdam Ahoy and its new convention centre. As most parts of the industry, the organizers of Europort put a deep look into the future – charting the path to a sustainable maritime future is one of the 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 agenda: Digitalization, Energy Transition, the Next Generation and Ship Finance. 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 partners and industry organizations. Exhibition manager Raymond Siliakus recently said: »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.« Maritime peers can get inspired during the official Europort Opening Summit, consisting of challenging questions on the themes Digitalization, Energy Transition, Ship Finance and Next Generation and a triggering expert panel discussion. The »Innovation Stage« will focus on the four central themes for four days. Exhibitors and partners will pitch their innovations live on stage. Located in the heart of the fairground, the Innovation Stage offers a free access daily programme. Each day another industry theme will be top of mind: • Tue: Digitalisation & Smart Technology • Wed: Safety & Security • Thu: Energy Transition & Green Shipping • Fri: The Next Generation Smart Digital Ports For the first time in its 40th anniversary, Europort presents the »Smart Digital Ports« conference. Representatives from global ports and actors of the entire supply chain are announced to debate, network and share best practices on latest developments on automation, sustainability and connectivity. 1st »Mare Forum« Also new is another format, at which in-depth debates and interesting insights can be expected: the first Mare Forum entitled »Funding the European Inland Navigation«. With multiple keynote speakers and panellists the following questions will be addressed: Who has a clear view of the design of the barge of the future? What insights do we have into the commercial viability of future ship designs? Who will take the investment risk on these technologies? What is the role of the capital provider and charterer? Is LNG just a transition fuel? Hydrogen, ammonia, batteries, and nuclear? Is there enough infrastructure in ports to facilitate new fuels? Will we have new trades, requiring new ship types – e.g. hydrogen carriers and ammonia product tankers? Ship Finance Pavilion On the initiative of Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) and the Royal • Drahtseile • Tauwerk • Festmacher • CASAR Bordkranseile • Anschlagmittel • Prüflasttest bis 1.000 t • Segelmacherei • Taklerei • Montage Walter Hering KG Porgesring 25 22113 Hamburg Telefon: 040 – 73 61 72 -0 eMail: info@seil-hering.de www.seil-hering.de Elektrische Antriebe für Schiffswinden und Offshore, für NT-Betrieb bis -50°C electrical drives for marine winches and offshore, for LT-operation down to -50°C BEN BUCHELE ELEKTROMOTORENWERKE GMBH POPPENREUTHER STR. 49A 90419 NÜRNBERG POSTFACH 91 04 40 90262 NÜRNBERG TEL. +49 911 3748-0 FAX +49 911 3748-138 Internet: www.benbuchele.de E-Mail: info@benbuchele.de 50 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 10 | 2021

SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY This is how the exhibition organizer envisage the construction of »Europort 2021« – after a renovation of parts of the exhibition grounds and with appropriate precautionary measures in view of the Corona pandemic © Europort © Europort Association of Netherlands Shipowners (KVNR), this year’s edition will feature a dedicated »Ship Finance Pavilion«. It offers a daily programme of short presentations by industry experts in the field of ship finance, funding and/or subsidies for ship owners, shipbuilders and suppliers. The pavilion will also serve as an informal information and meeting desk where visitors can consult financial experts for questions and answers. MariMatch 2021 Not least there will be »MariMatch 2021« on November 3 and 4, organized by the Enterprise Europe Network. This is an international »matchmaking« event for companies and institutions in the maritime industry who are looking for new business and/or research partners. The event offers the opportunity to gain new international contacts for future technology partnerships. The focus is on innovative technology. After registration on the MariMatch website participants can schedule appointments with other parties or be invited by potential foreign partners. »New« venue Furthermore, a »Shipathon« will be organized where answers are sought by young professionals on many challenges, a variety of promising start-ups will present themselves on the exhibition floor and numerous industry organizations organize their own events. Another important aspect of this year‘s Europort: the temporary halls are now a thing of the past following the recently completed renovations at the Rotterdam Ahoy Convention Centre (RACC). »Exhibitors and delegates will now benefit from a range of state-of-theart exhibition and conference facilities now available at the RACC«, the organizers say. The renovations saw to the expansion of the space and included a new entrance hall, foyers, conference and breakout-rooms and an additional 3,100m 2 hall, all of which have been fully integrated with the existing exhibition facilities. Furthermore, the renewal project has been achieved using techniques that reflect Europort 2021’s Sustainability theme. Rotterdam Ahoy has invested in a range of sustainability measures such as energy-saving geothermal technology, sound-proofing of exhibition halls, wastewater separation systems, service ware made from 100 % recycled materials and locally sourced produce to reduce food miles. ED HANSA – International Maritime Journal 10 | 2021 51

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