EURONAVAL press release
An unmissable calendar highlight for commanders and prescribers from all military and state navies, the 28th EURONAVAL exhibition will bring together all of the naval companies and leading figures from the 5 continents.
In 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron attended EURONAVAL, which celebrated its 50th anniversary that year. 480 exhibitors took part, 60% of whom from abroad, and 142 official delegations were hosted.
In October 2020, since the exhibition could not be held in its usual format owing to the health crisis, EURONAVAL was the only naval defence trade show to put on a 100% digital edition packed with insights, called EURONAVAL-Online. This digital event made it possible to maintain connections between all of the naval industry stakeholders, thereby shoring up its role as a catalyst for the economy and the global naval industry.
As underscored at the opening of EURONAVAL-Online by Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister Delegate for Industry: “EURONAVAL-Online is an opportunity for celebrating an entire sector and for driving it forward”.
The prospect of a physical exhibition held on-site is sparking anticipation and tremendous enthusiasm, with many exhibitors having already confirmed their participation. EURONAVAL 2022 is already shaping up to be the flagship event for naval technologies of the future.
“Trade shows have been unable to take place for too many months. They are a key link of the global economy, promoting discussion, meetings and international trade agreements. The sense of excitement is already palpable, among exhibitors and our visitors alike, at the idea of getting back together in person at the EURONAVAL exhibition in Paris-le Bourget, from 18 to 21 October 2022.“
Hugues d’Argentré, CEO of SOGENA and General Manager of EURONAVAL.