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IceFish looking positive

The 2021 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is looking very positive, says Mercator Media's sales executive Diane Lillo, whose role is all about being in close touch with exhibitors at the event.

“IceFish is looking really good, even with the problems of the pandemic,” she said, commenting that with four months to go, roughly 80% of space at the exhibition is reserved or confirmed.

“It shows that there is a lot of interest in reaching the Iceland market, as well as the wider Nordic fishing, seafood and aquaculture industries. A lot of exhibitors re-booked during the 2017 event for the next IceFish, so we have a strong cohort of our longstanding exhibitors taking part. But we also have an impressive showing of companies that have not exhibited at IceFish before,” she said.

This is a clear reflection on the event’s broadened scope which seeks to provide a platform for the the seafood processing sector as well as the aquaculture industry that is growing rapidly in Iceland.

“From Norway we have Optimar taking a stand for the first time, and they are a heavyweight supplier of sophisticated systems for fishing and aquaculture, as well Knuro, who supply specialised systems for the aquaculture sector, and French company ISI Fish is coming to IceFish as they see our event as the way to meet the Nordic region’s fisheries sector,” she said.

“We are also seeing plenty of interest from companies looking to reach the seafood processing sector, such as Steen, which is a first-time exhibitor for us.”

The Tersan Shipyard in Turkey, which has emerged as a key builder of high-tech factory vessels, is participating in IceFish for the first time.

“It’s good to sea that we also have Icelandic companies that are joining us for the first time, such Vaki, and this is due to the exhibition’s growing focus on the aquaculture side of the industry,” she said.

Diane Lillo added the Norwegian pavilion, which joined the national groupings at the last IceFish, was a successful initiative.

“So this year we are also putting together a French industry pavilion at the 2021 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition,” she said.

If you are interested in exhibiting, sponsoring, attending or speaking at 2021 IceFish please call +44 01329 825 335 or email info@icefish.is.

International sales:

Diane Lillo Tel. +44 1329 825 335 or email dlillo@mercatormedia.com

Icelandic sales:
ómar Már Jónsson Tel: +354 893 8164 omar@icefish.is or Bjarni Thor Jonsson GSM: +354 896 6363 bjarni@icefish.is

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