Aqua Nor 2021 - Trondheim, Norway
Join the Pavilion of Denmark on Aqua Nor - a leading exhibition in Europe dedicated the aquaculture industry
24.08.2021 - 27.08.2021
Aqua Nor is the leading exhibition gathering professionals and decision-makers from the international aquaculture industry.
Why participate at Aqua Nor
- Aqua Nor in Trondheim is the most important aquaculture event dedicated the aquaculture and fish processing industry in Norway
- Aqua Nor is attracting an international audience with stakeholders, industry professionals, buyers and decision-makers
- You will be part of a strong exhibition where you can meet and network with relevant professionals, buyers, decision-makers from both Norway, Scandinavia, North Atlantic and Europe at this "must-attend" industry exhibition
- You will get a unique opportunity to meet with relevant stake holders and decision-makers and get market insight from the sector in Norway and internationally.
- Aqua Nor covers all aspects of the aquaculture sector value chain
- Aqua Nor has in recent years attracted around 20,000 aquaculture industry professionals from more than 70 different countries
- Exposure on a market with great focus on the aquaculture industry and with continued investments in the industry
A brief of the aquaculture industry in Norway
Norway has for decades been the strongest and by far the largest salmon producer in the world. Norways geography with extensive coastal areas and fjords represents ideal conditions for offshore/sea-based aquaculture production.
With about 50% of the global production, Norway is the leading producer of atlantic salmon in front of other important salmon producing nations such as Chile and UK. The Norwegian aquaculture industry has set important growth rates over the last years and according to a report from EY from 2017 the growth rate of the aquaculture globally is expected to increase further in the years to come. By 2025 the share of the aquaculture industry in global fish production is expected to reach 52% and thus surpassing wild catch fisheries.
Trends and investments in the Norwegian aquaculture industry
The Aquaculture industry in Norway is already strong and well-established, but still has a strong focus on getting a larger share of the increasing demand of fish and seafood on the world market. The 2017 report from EY Norway is pointing out that Norways current salmon production, though important, is representing below 2% of the global seafood farming all species included, which leaves potential for gaining a considerably larger share of the market.
The expectation within the aquaculture in Norway for the years to come is that dominating key trends, such as increased demand for healthy seafood is going to have a positive effect on the aquaculture industry and the Norwegian aquaculture industry is constantly looking at new initiatives to get their share of the increased demand on the world market. This however requires investments.
As emphasized also in th EY report, the aquaculture industry in Norway is covering the entire value chain of the industry with both broodstock, smolt, grow-out and processing facilities and all steps are to be taken into consideration in the development of the industry. The industry in Norway has among other in recent years been focusing on building a more efficient and expanded fish processing industry to keep a larger share of the value-add processing of the fish raw material in Norway.
The Norwegian aquaculture and fish processing industry has a continued focus on strengthening the industries and keeping a strong postition on the global aquaculture market. Focus areas within the aquaculture and fish processing industry in Norway are among other increased efficiency, improved technology, fish health, biological challenges, digitalization and sustainable solutions.
The Norwegian government has a strong ambition for the future for the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculuture industris. Norway is to keep its position as one of the leading fish producing nations in the world with a specific production target of 5 mio. tons in 2050.
To meet the ambitions for development, increased turnover and export shares on one hand and sustainable production on the other hand, several aquaculture/fish farming players in Norway are currently investing in their future development. Investments are among other focused on establishment of several land-based fish faming facilities around Norway as many companies and investors are currently investing a lot of ressources in developing land-based aquaculture in Norway, which has traditionally been leading within sea-based aquaculture.
This investement trend and development currently dominating in the Norwegian aquaculture industry can offer new opportunities for Danish suppliers who has a strong tradition for innovative, sustainable and efficient solutions for both land-based and sea-based aquaculture.
Danish Export - Fish Tech is organizing a Pavilion of Denmark at Aqua Nor 2021 to support Danish companies in seizing the opportunities in the Norwegian and international aquaculture and fish processing industry.
Your paticipation on Pavilion of Denmark together with other Danish companies will be a strong platform of exposure of your solutions on the important Norwegian aquaculture market and at the same time you will have a unique opportunity of networking with other Danish companies on Pavilion of Denmark to exchange experiences, industry knowledge and leads.
We will take care of many of the practicalities prior to and during the exhibition, so you can focus on what is essential to you, the dialogue with existing and potential customers to boost your sales and to assure you get the most out of your participation at Aqua Nor.
Package price: content & conditions
The package price includes:
- Turn-key exhibition stand (excluding prints/graphics for walls)
- Building and dismantling of stand
- 1 table
- 3 chairs
- 1 brochure rack
- Lights and power on your area
- Internet (basic connection to check emails)
- Marketing material for the Pavilion of Denmark
- Registration in the official catalogue and admission cards
- Coffee, tea, beverages and snacks during the exhibition
- Lunch for exhibitors daily
The price is based on grants from the Danish Trade Council.
** "De minimis rules"
As from 1 January 2014, companies receiving export-promoting subsidies have to complete a business form in which they specify the subsidies received under the “de minimis” rules. This includes all subsidies received in your current financial year and the two previous years. According to the Trade Council rules, companies themselves are responsible for obtaining the information from all subsidy-administrators. As a service, the Danish Export Association can provide information on all subsidies received through us.