EUROMARITIME 2024, the trade fair for the maritime industries and blue growth, will be held at the Parc Chanot in Marseille from 30 January to 1 February 2024. Organised every two years since 2013 by SOGENA, EUROMARITIME will be celebrating its sixth edition, the third in a row to be held in Marseille, with decarbonisation and government action at sea as the main themes. This new edition will be marked by the acceleration of the internationalisation of the show. EUROMARITIME 2024 will be welcoming delegations of buyers from many countries in the Mediterranean arc, the Middle East and Africa. 

B-to-B exhibition at the service of its exhibitors and visitors
Organised by SOGENA, a subsidiary of GICAN, the EUROMARITIME show is aimed at all the private and public players in the maritime economy: from shipping to shipbuilding and repair, including fishing and ports, energy and the maritime technologies of the future. At the last edition in 2022, 300 exhibitors came to present their latest innovations to a qualified audience. Some 4,000 visitors from more than 50 countries came to the show, demonstrating its international reach and the growing interest it is attracting year after year. Last but not least, over 800 BtoB meetings were organised at EUROMARITIME, facilitated by the tailor-made visit programme.


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Conferences and workshops throughout the show
Daily conferences on the major issues facing the maritime sector, led by speakers from the worlds of institutions, industry and research, will punctuate the three days of the event. These discussions will provide an opportunity to share visions and points of view, in a spirit of cooperation and trust. In 2022, 68 speakers took to the podium during the 30 hours of talks offered to the 2000 or so participants.

The major themes of EUROMARITIME 2024 are as follows: State action at sea / Maritime cybersecurity / Decarbonisation / Depollution / Space and the sea / Deep seabed / Strategic fleet / Coastguard / Naval innovation / Artificial intelligence and robotics / New fuels / New energies / Smart port and smart shipyard / Training and jobs / Port city.

Four themed areas to serve the maritime industry
SEAnnovation, dedicated to innovation, will bring together some fifteen start-ups selected following a call for applications, in partnership with Mind2Shake, an innovation coach.

SEA-ITsecurity, dedicated to cyber security, will showcase the latest technologies in protection for navigation systems, port management, communications and control systems, in partnership with France Cyber Maritime.

SEAresearch, an area dedicated to institutes and research, renewable energies and biodiversity, in partnership with Mer-Veille Energie.

SEAprotect will be dedicated to new technologies for protecting aquatic environments, with debates and conferences taking place throughout the show.

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