21st to 23rd of May 2024
24th, 25th & 26th
MAY 2022

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NAVALIA participates in the WORLD MARITIME WEEK

Javier Arnau, director of the exhibition, was in charge of presenting the award to the outstanding professional career of the FINE 2021 Awards

Fairs and congresses finally revive after the complex year marked by the pandemic. And the World Maritime Week opened its doors again from October 5th to 7th to show the vitality, effort and innovation that is taking place in the naval industry, in spite of the difficulties. As it could not be otherwise, NAVALIA 2022 was present to show its support and join forces for the sector. The decarbonization, the European regulations or the future lack of personnel were the main topics of the forums of the shipping sectors at WMW 2021.

WMW is an international meeting that includes in the same forum five international congresses linked to the following sectors: the naval sector at Sinaval; the fishing sector at Eurofishing; the port sector at Futureport; and, new this year, the Oil&Gas Conference, where all aspects related to upstream and downstream oil and gas were discussed, and the Ocean Energy Conference, a congress that brought together experts in wave and tidal energy.

FINE Awards 2021
Also coinciding with the WMW, and as in NAVALIA, the FINE 2021 Awards were presented. The director of the International Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry Exhibition, Javier Arnau, co-chairman of the jury of these awards together with Sergio Alart, was in charge of presenting the Outstanding Professional Award. On this occasion the distinction went to Álvaro Platero, president of Astilleros Gondán. The rest of the winners were the following:

Outstanding Vessel.
The winner was Hodor (José Ramón Fernández García, president of Astilleros Armon).

Outstanding shipyard
The winner was Zamakona (Pedro Francisco Garaygordobil García, CEO of Astilleros Zamakona).

Outstanding shipowner
The winner was Remolques Unidos Santander (Enrique González Trujeda, director of Remolques Unidos Santander).

Outstanding marine energy project
The winner was T-BOW of Cintranaval engineering (Guillermo Martin, president of Cintranaval).

Outstanding Institution
The winner was the Maritime Service of the Civil Guard (Miguel Salom Clotet, chief colonel of the Maritime Service of the Civil Guard).

Fishing Sector Award
The winner was Nueva Pescanova (Manuel Domínguez Sanmartín, Director of Operations of the Fishing Area of Nueva Pescanova).

Port Sector Extraordinary Award
The winner was the Port of Algeciras (Gerardo Landaluce Calleja, president of the Port Authority Bahía de Algeciras).

Finally, Luis Arbulu, president of Grupo Arbulu, presented the Honorary Award for a long and fruitful professional career to Iñaki Latxaga, president of Albacora, for his contribution to the promotion of the Spanish maritime industry.

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