Opportunities for Dutch companies in the development of the airport for Western City Precinct in Sydney

For all Airport Development & Infrastructure NAG members

On Friday the 5th of October, from 9.15 am to 11.30 am, The Netherlands Enterprice Agency (RVO) organizes an informal round table meeting on the opportunities for Dutch companies in the construction of the new airport to the west of Sydney. This meeting is in cooperation with the Consulate General in Sydney and the NAG. In 2017, the Australian federal government announced that a second airport in Sydney will be built to be operational by 2026. This airport is an important part of the transformation of this polder area into a leading agrifood hub.

The Consul General will explain the plans and developments surrounding this new airport, after which RVO will explain the tools that the Dutch government can use to exploit the opportunities for the Dutch industry.

Do you want to become part of the construction of this new airport with your company? Then join the meeting on Friday, October 5th.

Location: RVO, Prinses Beatrixlaan 2, The Hague. 

You can sign up at Sjoerd Keizerwaard (sjoerd.keizerwaard@nag.aero)

The agenda of the morning is as follows:

09.15u-09.30u Walk-in & coffee All
09.30u-09.35u Welcome Linda Reijers – RVO
09.35u-09.55u Opportunities Western Sydney Airport Frank van Beuningen – CG Sydney
09.55u-10.15u RVO support
(werkplaats, PIB)
René Beerepoot & Lillan Henseler – RVO
10.15u-11.15u Discussion about wishes and opportunities for existing companies All
11.15u-11.30u Wrap up and follow up René Beerepoot & Frank van Beuningen

In addition to the above, we want to add that there are currently two trade missions in preparation:

  • Airport & ATM Mission China from 4 – 9 November (more info)
  • Airport Mission Italy in the week of 26 November (save the date, invitation follows short term)

If you have any questions about this, or about the round table, please let us know:

Sjoerd Keizerwaard
Email: sjoerd.keizerwaard@nag.aero
Tel: +31 (0)88 1976 106

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