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World Nuclear Exhibition

26 - 28 JUNE 2018 at Paris Nord Villepinte - The leading event for the global nuclear energy sector


The second edition of WNE - World Nuclear Exhibition will take place at Paris Nord Villepinte in France from Tuesday, June 26th to Thursday, June 28th 2018.

Resolutely international and “business”-oriented, WNE covers the whole nuclear energy field. More than 700 exhibitors from all over the world present their know-how and skills to 10,000 international highly-qualified decision-makers.

With 680 exhibitors, 8,807 visitors and numerous business meetings, networking sessions and profitable signatures and partnership contracts, the 2nd edition’s success in 2016 made WNE the leading event for the global nuclear energy community.

Key figures in 2016

  • 8,807 visitors
  • 28.5% of international visitors
  • 678 exhibitors
  • 25 countries represented

Sectors represented by exhibitors

  • Safety and certification
  • Operation of nuclear power plants (checks, inspection, maintenance, repairs, etc.)
  • Construction of nuclear power plants (reactor technology, turbines, civil engineering, components, etc.)
  • Fuel cycle
  • Engineering
  • Transport and logistics
  • Radiation protection
  • Waste processing and storage
  • Decommissioning and dismantling of components
  • Robotics and technology (welding, machining, non-destructive testing, etc.)
  • Training and maintaining skills
  • Medical applications
  • Finance and insurance

Visitor profile

  • INSTITUTIONAL (ministries, safety authorities, associations, government agencies, public operators)
  • OPERATIONAL (private operators, nuclear power plant directors, purchasing directors, R&D departments, engineering companies, researchers, monitoring experts, maintenance)

More information at www.world-nuclear-exhibition.com 
To visit the show, please contact visitors.wne(@)reedexpo.fr

More information: http://www.world-nuclear-exhibition.com/

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