Today, Russia’s Northern Capital is one of the main centres for the construction of the ice-faring fleet. Accordingly, Arctic shipbuilding and shipping has been chosen as one of the priorities of the exposition and business programme at NEVA 2021. The timeliness of the topic is also explained by growing interest in the resources and opportunities offered by the Arctic, as well as by the need to further strengthen Russia’s positions as the leading regional power and Russia’s chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2021-2023.
The exhibition will showcase more than 70 shipbuilding and shiprepair companies, the leading shipping operators and scientific/environmental organisations with specific «Arctic» competencies. A presentation of next-generation icebreakers is also planned. National pavilions at the NEVA-2021 exhibition have already been confirmed by a number of Arctic Council member states: Iceland, Norway, Finland.
The NEVA 2021 business programme includes the Strategic Session «International, Technical and Scientific Cooperation to Ensure Stable Shipping and Transit Development in the Arctic». Experts will discuss opportunities for the shipbuilding industry to pursue new projects and improve the efficiency of shipping in the Arctic, as well as the development of Arctic shipping in general and the prospects of the Northern Sea Route as an international transport corridor.
The programme of the strategic session NEVA Arctic (PDF)
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