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Maritime Denmark and Europort cooperate

Maritime Denmark and Europort cooperate

08-03-2017 14:00:00

The Media Group Maritime Denmark – who is behind the release of several maritime magazines, Internet portals and Danish Maritime Fair - has signed an exclusive agreement with the Dutch company Ahoy, who own the world's second largest maritime exhibition, Europort in Rotterdam.

In the future, Maritime Denmark will represent Europort in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, with exclusive rights to sell stands and other services, not only to the main exhibition Europort Rotterdam, but also to Europort Romania, Europort Turkey and the new Iranian trade fair - IRANMEX.

"We see the agreement as a recognition of the position which Maritime Denmark has in Denmark and in Sweden and Norway - not least because of the Danish Maritime Fair, where we are already preparing for the next trade show, taking place in May 2018," says Rene Wittendorff, Managing Director of the Media Group Maritime Denmark.

With its 1,100 exhibitors, including 470 foreign and 30,000 visitors, Europort Rotterdam is the world's second largest maritime exhibition - surpassed only by SMM in Hamburg. As SMM, and now also Danish Maritime Fair, the Europort Rotterdam will place every other year, next time from 3-6 November, 2017.

"With Europort Rotterdam, and the other Europort fairs, the Media Group Maritime Denmark has a number of strong products to offer our customers. They complement the best products we already have: Danish Maritime Fair, the internet portals Maritime Danmark and Maritime Denmark, Danish Maritime Magazine, FiskerBladet - and Blue Media, where we offer complete communication solutions, including customer magazines and reprints, for all parts of the Blue Denmark", says Rene Wittendorff.

In Ahoy, the company behind Europort, the Exhibition Manager Raymond Siliakus looks forward to the new cooperation with the Media Group Maritime Denmark.

"Maritime Denmark has a strong position in the Danish market, and a good network in Scandinavia. This is important to us," says Raymond Siliakus.

Read the full article on cooperation in the new edition of the magazine Maritime Denmark (in Danish) here:

Source: Maritime Denmark

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