The first edition of "Sailing to Rome" , the international trade fair to be held in Fiumicino from 12 al 16 October 2016,

It aims is undergone an ambitious goal: quickly become a landmark event for the economy of the sea Lazio and national.No desire, then, to be a sporadic event but the confidence to become a regular event in the coming years. The way to do this is one and only one: to showcase the excellence of the Lazio Region and the Nation in the entire sector bearing on the economy of the sea by encouraging, in this way, economic cooperation between small and medium-sized enterprises and foreign companies from Lazio.

“Sailing to Rome”, therefore, with the aim of showing the eyes of the world distinguished for professionalism combined originality.

“Sailing to Rome” as a new frontier of the production process to cross.

“Sailing to Rome” not only a manifestation. but an emotion. for exhibitors, visitors and, why not, for the organizers and for the whole region Lazio.

The sectors of the economy present at sea sailing to Rome

Not only shipyards, rimessaggio e refitting.

A Sailing to Rome, the international trade fair to be held in Fiumicino from 12 al 16 October, They will present all areas that are part of the sea economy.

Even the accessories so nautical, both production and trade.

I designer, which they are a true Italian excellence in the world.

Dealer e broker. Logistics and port activities: thank you, cruises and pleasure with nautical charter.

And then seafood chain, fishing as well as fish processing and trade.

All that concerns the tourism: hotels, Restaurants, bathing facilities.

Without forgetting the research and innovation by giving research organizations space as INSEAN CNR, that will participate in promoting his project Resmare,  and innovative start-ups such as Edopera, produces carbon components for the marine and rewarded by the Lazio region as part of its fund reserved for companies for creativity.

In short, all the best economy of the sea has given an appointment: Fiumicino dock, from 12 al 16 October, “Sailing to Rome”.  


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