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Posidonia 2022: Second day marks attendance record

The organisers of the Posidonia 2022 exhibition have confirmed that yesterday (7 June) was the event’s best-attended second day ever with a total of 5,945 visitors walking the four halls of the Metropolitan Expo Centre, which is packed with 1,948 exhibiting companies from 88 countries.

“We are delighted to see the overwhelming return of the global maritime community to the home of shipping,” said Theodore Vokos, managing director of Posidonia Exhibitions.

“This is a very special Posidonia as it is the biggest in size in our history and we are on track to making it the best attended ever,” he added.

Posidonia 2022 is organised under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Insular Policy, the Union of Greek Shipowners and the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping and with the support of the Municipality of Piraeus and the Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee.

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