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Record number of exhibitors at IceFish Exhibition

This year the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is a sell out and a record breaker. Visitors can expect to see over 500 exhibitors from around the globe and from diverse areas of the fishing industry.

With only two weeks until the event, the IceFish Events Team are receiving bookings on a daily basis.Why should you visit the IceFish Exhibition?  

The chance to see this number of exhibitors in one place only happens every three years.

International and Icelandic Exhibitors will be displaying their products and services including new and innovative additions to their companies.

Companies from all sectors  of the fishing industry will be available from air cooling companies such as:  Frostmark ehf, Ismar ehf, Kaelismidjan Frost Ehf, Kaeliver ehf, Optimar Iceland Ltd to buoy manufacturers including Promens Dalvik, Sjovelar ehf, Velasalan ehf.  To see the full range of exhibitors visit the IceFish Exhibitor list.

The exhibition provides the ideal opportunity to meet with companies on a one-to-one basis and the matchmaking event, organised by Innovation Center Iceland, coordinator of the Enterprise Europe Network Iceland, and co-organised by the Sector Group Maritime Industries & Services of the Enterprise Europe Network is one just event set up to strengthen business relations and promote cross-border networks.

The matchmaking event is targeted at companies, clusters and international decision-makers as well as research and innovation stakeholders from the maritime sector, i.e. fisheries, fish farming, processing, sea shipping, offshore and many more.

Pre-registration at reduced rates still available - to book your place for the exhibition please visit our bookings page.

To book your place at the matchmaking event visit our matchmaking page.

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