Past Event

EUROPORT 2003

November 18-22, 2003
Amsterdam Rai
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
www.europort.nl

 

Europort 2003 has proved again that it is both a national and international platform for the maritime industry. A major thrust to Europort undoubtedly is provided by the Dutch Maritime Network a very successful initiative and masterpiece of clustering.

Nine Austrian exhibitors were sharing a common booth designed and contracted by AMEM, while an other three companies were going on their own. This brings the total number of companies participating in the 2003 Europort to a remarkably 12 exhibitors. The majority of the companies listed hereunder are leaders in their particular technologies and contribute to the attractiveness of the Austrian pavilion.

 

  • bst www.bst.co.at, Burghart
  • Cranepower, www.cranepower.com
  • Frequentis, www.frequentis.com
  • Geislinger, www.geislinger.com
  • Hitzinger, www.hitzinger.at
  • Hoerbiger, www.hoerbiger.com
  • Kral, www.kral.at
  • Liebherr, www.lwn.liebherr.at
  • Miba, www.miba.com
  • Nauticast, www.nauticast.com
  • Tank Security, www.tanksecurity.com

 

Various maritime organisations and trade associations held their annual meetings during Europort - so did EMEC - European Marine Equipment Council.

Europort 2003
Miba, Herbert Kirsch, Leopold Harreither, Irene Wiesmayer

Europort 2003
Finnish Delegation

Europort 2003
Joint Booth of the Austrians

Europort 2003
Geislinger

Europort 2003
Liebherr

Europort 2003
Crane Power

Europort 2003
bst

Europort 2003
Kral

Europort 2003
Joint Booth of the Austrians

Europort 2003
Joint Booth of the Austrians

Europort 2003
Joint Booth of the Austrians

Europort 2003
Joint Booth of the Austrians

Europort 2003
Social Area
Frequentis, Johannes Bardach
Nauticast, Peter Martin
Hoerbiger, Thomas Halwachs
Hoerbiger, Johannes Besau
Thomassen, Robert Kemperman