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National Pavilions 2025

Having an exhibition stand in an area with companies from the same country is a natural choice for many Nor-Shipping exhibitors. They also appreciate the convenience of being part of a pavilion where the organizer makes the plans and facilitates everything.

National pavilion exhibitors will find their booths ready on arrival. Just bring your products, posters and marketing materials. You’ll be free to focus on your customers, and the organizer of your pavilion will take care of the rest.

Nor-Shipping has a vaste of national pavilions confirmed, including companies of all sizes, from small to large. If you would like to exhibit in one of these, please contact the organizer listed below for the national pavilion representing your country.

China Pavilion

Hall D
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade
  • 7M/F,Tower 6,Zone 3,Hanwei International, No.186 South 4th Ring Xilu,Fengtai District, Beijing, 100070, P.R.China
  • www.chinamachine.org.cn
  • +86 10 83275529
  • Grace Yao
  • yaoping@ccpitmsc.org

China Council for the Promotion of International Trade in Machinery (CCPIT)
CCPIT were established in 1988. They are the earliest international trade promotion organizations in the industry approved by relevant national departments.

After more than 30 years of experience, the China Machinery Industry Council has unique advantages and influence in the industry. With many years of exhibition organization and professional management experience, it has continuously expanded the international market in the machinery industry, and the scale of its exhibitions has increased year by year. Nearly 140 overseas exhibition projects are implemented annually, with an exhibition area of ​​more than 26,000 square meters, more than 2,000 exhibiting companies, and more than 30 industries involved.

Danish Export Association
Danish Export is a non-profit, member-owned and member-driven association. We help ambitious Danish B2B export companies to create international growth – and have done so since 1965. We do this through knowledge sharing, networking and export activities with our members and business partners.

Danish Pavilion

Hall C
Danish Export Association
  • Lysbrohøjen 24, DK-8600 Silkeborg
  • www.danishexport.dk
  • +45 86 81 38 88
  • Mie J. Jakobsen
  • mjj@danishexport.dk

The Danish Export Association has more than 700 members from many different branches and industries. It can be both companies with extensive export experience and companies that have established themselves on the first export market.
In Danish Export’s secretariat, we have 40 employees spread over our head office in Eksportens Hus in Silkeborg and our offices in Copenhagen and Shanghai. Our main task is to take care of the day-to-day operations of Danish Export and to be Danish export companies’ natural link to knowledge and relevant contacts in Denmark and internationally.

Estonia Pavilion

Hall T
Estonian Business and Innovation Agency
  • Sepise 7, Tallinn, 11415, EE
  • www.eas.ee
  • +3725182771
  • Kati Borkman
  • kati.borkman@eas.ee
Estonian Business and Innovation Agency We carry out target market-based PR and marketing activities introducing Estonian business sectors in order to support companies in expanding to new foreign markets. We support your ambitious venture in business development, promoting product development and innovation, and expanding to suitable foreign markets.

Estonia’s image as a producer of high-quality products and solutions is becoming more and more established in foreign markets year after year. Therefore, foreign companies are increasingly actively looking for cooperation partners in Estonia to obtain various products, services and IT solutions. We serve the purchase requests of foreign companies in order to find them potential cooperation partners in Estonia.

Wulff Entre
Wulff Entre is trade show specialist in Marine, Shipbuilding and Offshore industry globally.
Wulff Entre has been organizing and supporting clients at Maritime events for decades, and your dedicated Maritime team has experience that spans 15+ years. With us, your company’s exhibition arrangements are in good hands. We offer the best locations, preparations before the event, onsite services, and tips and tricks to excel your participation to the next level. We have close partnerships and contacts for all the main venues, organizes, stakeholders and service provides.

Finnish Pavilion

Hall D
Maritime Finland
  • PO Box 695, FI-00180 HELSINKI
  • www.wulffentre.com
  • +358 50 4017455
  • Salla Salonen
  • salla.salonen@wulffentre.com
Discover new industry trends, network, and create new business partnerships together where there is strength in numbers, reinforcing the message together that Finland is innovative, experienced and reliable.
Wulff Entre holds the Maritime Finland ® Registered Trademark and is the official Finland Pavilion Organizer for maritime companies that are looking to reach an international market.

German Pavilion

Hall C
Norwegian-German Chamber of Commerce
  • Postboks 603, Skøyen, NO-0273 Oslo
  • www.handelskammer.no
  • +47 22 12 82 10
  • Andreas Totzauer
  • totzauer@handelskammer.no

Norwegian-German Chamber of Commerce
The German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce aims to strengthen trade relations between Germany and Norway. It is a non-profit organization and, as a Chamber of Commerce Abroad, part of a network with over 150 locations worldwide. Based in Oslo, the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce has built up a comprehensive network since its foundation in 1986, with currently 800 member companies from both countries. This makes it not only a centre of expertise in the field of German-Norwegian economic relations and bilateral business, but also a competent partner for German companies interested in the Norwegian market and vice versa.

The maritime industry remains a sector of great importance to Germany and Norway. Large parts of the international merchant fleet and some of the world’s most advanced ships are administered by German or Norwegian shipowners. The expertise of the two countries’ respective maritime sectors, particularly as pertains to offshore energy production, means that demand and opportunities for bilateral cooperation are diverse and likely to increase in the future.

Greek Pavilion

Hall E
Union of Greek Shipowners
  • Akti Miaouli 85, 185 38, Piraeus
  • www.ugs.gr
  • +30 210 429 1159 - 65
  • Xxxxx Xxxxxx
  • xxxxx@xxxx.xx

 Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS)
Since 1916, the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) represents Greek-owned commercial vessels over 3,000 gt under the Greek and other flags. Despite current challenges, Greek shipping represents 60% of the EU – controlled fleet and 21% of the world deadweight capacity.

Italian Trade Agency (ITA)
Italian Trade Agency is the Governmental agency that supports the business development of our companies abroad and promotes the attraction of foreign investment in Italy.

Italian Pavilion

Hall E
Italian Trade Agency - ICE Agenzia
  • Via Liszt 21 00144 Rome, Italy
  • www.ice.it
  • +46 (0) 844689736
  • Nadia Svaluto Moreolo
  • stoccolma@ice.it

With a motivated and modern organization and a widespread network of overseas offices, ITA provides information, assistance, consulting, promotion and training to Italian small and medium-sized businesses. Using the most modern multi-channel promotion and communication tools, it acts to assert the excellence of Made in Italy in the world.

Japan Pavilion (JSEA)

Hall B
Japan Ship Exporters’ Association
  • 3F, The Japan Gas Association Bldg. 1-15-12, Toranomon, Minato-ku, JP-105-0001 Tokyo
  • www.jsea.or.jp
  • +81 3 6206 1661
  • Makoto Takeyumi
  • takeyumi@jsea.or.jp

Japan Ship Exporters’ Association (JSEA)
The Japan Ship Exporters’ Association was founded to promote the export of ships and ship machinery according to the Japanese Export and Import Trade Law on December 13, 1954.

Membership of the organization is open to companies engaged in export of ships and ship machinery, and in OCTOBER 1, 2021 totaled 32 companies including 18 shipbuilders, 3 ship machinery manufacturers and 11 trading houses. Mr. Shunichi MIYANAGA is  Chairman of the Board, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Our activities are handling of Trade Insurance, public relations, surveys and other export promotion business.

Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association (JSMEA)
By steadily providing high-quality ship machinery and equipment products, JSMEA will assuredly contribute to shipping and shipbuilding businesses not only in Japan, but also throughout the world. This is our promise in helping to create a more promising future.

Japan Pavilion (JSMEA)

Hall B
Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association
  • Toranomon Kyodo BLDGl, 13-3 Toranomon 1-Chome
    Minato-ku JP-105-0001 Tokyo
  • www.jsmea.or.jp
  • +81 03 3502 2041
  • Ryoji Yamasaki
  • yamasaki@jsmea.or.jp

JSMEA, a nonprofit organization, is organized by those enterprises engaged in manufactures, repairs and sales of marine propulsion engines and various auxiliary ship machinery such as pumps, air compressors, oil purifiers, heat exchangers, cargo and mooring winches, anchor windlasses, deck cranes, steering gears, navigational aids, fittings and accessories, and presently incorporates a total of 248 regular corporate members and 75 organizations of supporting members.

Korean Pavilion

Hall D
Korea Marine Equipment Association
  • 23, Noksansaneopjung-Ro Gangseo-Gu Busan, Korea
  • www.komea.kr
  • +82(0)70-8857-8800
  • Yullee, CHO
  • yullijo@komea.kr

Korea Marine Equipment Association (KOMEA)
Rallying behind the Korean leadership in the global shipbuilding horizon, KOMEA has been playing a pivotal role in enhancing marine equipment business areas, in particular, making the history of global trade cooperation and related capacity reinforcement and more.

KOMEA is providing practical and outward-looking services, carrying out such pillar projects as overseas market development, support operation of overseas workstations and expansion of after-market function. On this context, KOMEA is expanding domestic and overseas cooperation networks, managing and operating Korean pavilions, dispatching of overseas trade mission, cooperative bilateral MOUs around the world, organizing seminar & conference as well as staging technology, certificates and education activities.

Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Association (KOSHIPA)
KOSHIPA was established as a non-profit organization on july 19, 1977, at a time when the Korean shipbuilding industry had just made inroads into the world shipbuilding market. Seven Shipbuilding companies, capable of building ships of 1,500 GT and over, are currently members of KOSHIPA.

Korean Pavilion

Hall D
Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Association
  • Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Association
  • www.koshipa.or.kr
  • +82 2 2112 8181
  • Woojin Choi
  • wjchoi@koshipa.or.kr
KOSHIPA works to enhance cooperation among its member companes and to increase their common interests.
The principal activities of the KOSHIPA are:
– to increase member companies’ common interests and organize various shipbuildin related sub-committees
– to conduct research for the shipbuilding industry, carry out shipbuilding studies, and publish various reports
– to organize member companies’ mutual cooperation for upgrading shipbuilding technology and productivity
– to promote international cooperation for the sound denelopment of the world shipbuilding industry

The Netherlands pavilion

Hall C
Netherlands Maritime Technology
  • Boompjes 40, NL-3001 XB ROTTERDAM
  • www.maritimetechnology.nl
  • +31 88 44 51 024
  • Joëlla Lucas
  • lucas@maritimetechnology.nl

Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT)
Trade organization Netherlands Maritime Technology  is a close-knit network of Dutch shipyards, suppliers and service providers who work together in all locations and conditions. In the field of maritime technology, these companies – large and small – aim to lead the way in the quest for new challenges and solutions.

Trade association NMT connects, represents and strengthens the maritime manufacturing industry of the Netherlands. Members’ interests are best served from a strong, strategic sector. That is why NMT is working hard in Brussels, The Hague and in the region for a long-term maritime industry policy and a level playing field. NMT provides shipbuilders, maritime suppliers and service providers with an inspiring network, in which mutual contact and knowledge development are important returns. The network is supported with a sophisticated program of matchmaking, seminars, trainings and publications.

Norwegian Maritime Exporters (NME) Since 1995, Norwegian Maritime Exporters has served as a vital link between Norwegian maritime companies and the global markets. We are owned by our members and work globally to promote our members and the Norwegian maritime industry.

Norwegian Pavilion

Hall C
Norwegian Maritime Exporters
  • Postboks 1927 Vika NO-0125 Oslo
  • www.nme.no
  • +47 930 33 424
  • Bjørg Ekornrud
  • bjorg@nme.no

NME organize the Norwegian pavilions at major global and domestic industry exhibitions where our members can market their products and services to international decision-makers under the Norwegian flag of excellence. Following the great success of Nor-Shipping in June 2023, the clock is already ticking for the next edition in June 2025. The registration for exhibiting in the Team Norway Pavilion at Nor-Shipping 2-6 June 2025 is open.

Singapore Pavilion

Hall B
Association of Singapore Marine & Energy Industries
  • 9 Jurong Town Hall Road #04-03 Jurong Town Hall Singapore 609431
  • www.asmi.com
  • +65 6264 6436
  • Kit Kaye Lim
  • kitkaye.lim@asmi.com

Association of Singapore Marine & Energy Industries (ASMI)
ASMI is a non-profit trade organisation formed to promote the interests and advancement of the marine & offshore engineering industry in Singapore. 

ASMI represents companies in the business of ship repair, ship conversion, ship building, rig building and offshore engineering. Its membership comprises shipyards, manufacturers and suppliers of marine & offshore equipment and marine & offshore engineering companies.

Foro Maritimo Vasco (FMV)
Foro Marítimo Vasco is the Maritime Cluster of the Basque Country. It represents more than 180 members involved in all the steps of the maritime and offshore wind sector. It provides services to the industry with the ultimate goal of boosting its competitiveness and promoting maritime culture and activities.

Spanish Pavilion

Hall B
Spanish Maritime Industry
  • Buenos Aires, 2 – 1a Izda. ES-48001 BILBAO
  • www.fmv.eus
  • +34 94 435 6610
  • Angel Santurtun
  • as@fmv.eus

The maritime industry is a very important sector in Spain, more than three quarters of the perimeter of Spanish territory is coastline.
Due to the geostrategic situation of the country, the main Spanish ports play an important role in international maritime traffic.
The Spanish maritime industry counts with shipyards, maritime equipment and technology providers, ports, shipowners, energy companies and a strong and highly innovative supply chain involved in maritime, fishing, Oil & Gas and marine renewables activities.

Swiss Pavilion

Hall T
Switzerland Global Enterprise
  • Stampfenbachstrasse 85, 8006 Zurich, Switzerland
  • www.s-ge.com
  • +41 44 365 51 51
  • Michael Kühn
  • mkuehn@s-ge.com

Switzerland Global Enterprise (S-GE)
Since 1927, S-GE has been commissioned by the Swiss Confederation (State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO) with export promotion and since 2008 by SECO and all the cantons with investment promotion. The basis for this is the Swiss Confederation’s dispatch on promotion activities and its goal of creating added value for Switzerland as a business location through more competitive Swiss SMEs and settlements of companies with strong value creation potential.

As a private consulting and platform organization working on behalf of the Confederation and the cantons, S-GE supports its customers in around 130 markets: S-GE operates its own teams (Swiss Business Hubs) at 22 locations, covering a total of 45 countries. The Swiss Business Hubs are integrated into the diplomatic missions of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). S-GE is present worldwide in many other countries through the respective Swiss diplomatic missions or through its own network of more than 3,000 partners, which includes bilateral chambers of commerce, industry associations and local experts, and the organization supports Swiss companies efficiently and effectively on the ground.

Turkish Ship Yacht and Marine Services Exporters’ Association
Turkish Ship Yacht and Marine Services Exporters’ Association was established in April 2010. Its mission can be defined as to contribute sustainable economic development to Turkish Ship and Yacht sector through improving exportation. It has over 1632 members as of 2024.

Turkish Pavilion

Hall D
Turkish Ship Yacht and
Marine Services Exporters’ Association
  • Çobançesme Mevkii Sanayi Cad. Dis Ticaret Kompleksi C Blok Yenibosna TK-34196 BAHÇELIEVLER, ISTANBUL
  • www.iib.org.tr
  • +90 212 454 05 00 /454 0
  • Selin Ozsoy
  • gemi@iib.org.tr

The sector has adequate facilities, technology and workforce. Shipyards are mainly located in Tuzla, Yalova region and other shores. In addition there are 85 active shipyards specialized in fishing vessels, ferries, thug boats, offshore supply vessels, energy vessels, bulk carriers, tankers, repair and conversion. Also sub-industry manufacturers are offering unique solutions for new building and conversion projects.

UK Pavilion

Hall D
Society of Maritime Industries
  • 28 – 29 Threadneedle Street, GB-EC2R 8AY LONDON
  • www.maritimeindustries.org
  • +44 2 076 282 555
  • Helen Stephen
  • helen.stephen@maritimeindustries.org
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI)
SMI is the trade association for the UK’s maritime engineering, science and technology community.

SMI enable maritime organisations of all types and sizes to thrive. We do this in various ways – including annual conferences, overseas events and trade missions. We support our members to raise their profile and enjoy meaningful collaborations, providing business and networking opportunities throughout the year.
As a trusted advisor to the UK government, we look to create new momentum for our members and progress for the industry as a whole. We have a unique perspective on how to create new levels of maritime innovation, within our own diverse member community and beyond.

Kallman Worldwide, Inc.
As the official U.S. representative of international trade exhibitions, Kallman finds inspiration in the proud history and timeless traditions of global trade. On behalf of our country and our exhibitors, Kallman’s goodwill presentations to host leaders celebrate our nations’ shared values, and commemorate the big events that bring us closer.

USA Partnership Pavilion

Hall T
Kallman Worldwide, Inc
  • 4 North Street, Suite 800 Waldwick, NJ 07463-1842, USA
  • www.kallman.com
  • + x 109
  • Peter Kelley
  • peterk@kallman.com

If a rising tide lifts all boats, the forecast for the global maritime defense industry should put some wind in your sails. Heightened homeland security requirements, new challenges to long-standing multinational alliances and the rogue threat of piracy are boosting demand for ships and equipment to protect public and private interests at sea. Oh, and did we mention that three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is water?