Taking place every two years, BALTEXPO International Maritime Fair is one of the three most important economic projects in Europe dedicated to the shipbuilding industry and maritime transport. Last year’s event was attended by 258 companies and institutions from 23 countries (66% from Poland, 34% from abroad) and 4427 visitors (79% from Poland, 21% from abroad).
Particularly valuable for the exhibitors is the high decision-making level of BALTEXPO visitors: 57% – managerial staff of first and second degree companies, 22% – engineers and designers, 11% – governmental and local government administration, 8% – research workers, 2% – uniformed services.
An integral part of BALTEXPO 2019 were conferences, including the Maritime Infrastructure Investment Forum and those on the Silk Road, the role of governments in shipbuilding, port and shipping safety and marine energy.
BALTEXPO topics include: shipbuilding and repair, ship equipment, ports and terminals, shipping and inland waterways, protection of the marine environment, offshore, port infrastructure and maritime industries.
It is particularly important that BALTEXPO 2021, as one of the first projects in the maritime sector after a pandemic, will make it possible to assess the new situation.
The forecast of one of the most prominent managers of the European maritime industry, Piotr Soyka, President of the REMONTOWA HOLDING Capital Group, is of great importance: “We are hardened in our struggle, so we will certainly be able to cope with this crisis as well, and with us a large part of the Polish shipbuilding industry.
Rel (ZTW SA)