Decarbonising. Faster. Together. at ADIPEC 2023

Cargostore Worldwide, the leading supplier of DNV 2.7-1 certified containers for offshore projects recently exhibited at ADIPEC, Abu Dhabi. This year the theme of the exhibition was Decarbonising. Faster. Together, and with our expertise in Offshore Wind and Renewable Energy, we had a lot to bring to the table!

As with every year, ADIPEC is our largest and busiest exhibition, and this year was no exception! This year we opted to take an even larger booth on the EIC UK Pavilion, and showcased more DNV 2.7-1 containers on the stand, including a converted 10ft Half Height seating area, our ADNOC blue Gas Bottle Rack, as well as our trusty DNV Toolbox.

Also new to the stand this year we handed out delicious buttery popcorn in bright green bags (obviously…). It was fun to see the lime green bags spread far and wide throughout the conference!

On Wednesday we enjoyed the Al Yaseah Gala Dinner, where Jeremy won the Kings and Queens first prize! Check out his reaction in the video above.


Above: Our converted 10ft Half Height seating area was a hotspot for client entertaining!

Left: Caught! Dennis Schouwenaar enjoying some popcorn whilst catching up on emails.

Below: Our delicious buttery popcorn being prepared.



Above: Our lime green polos really stand out from the crowd!

Left: Jeremy runs through the features of our ADNOC DNV Gas Bottle Rack to a visitor.

Below: Our signature lime green merchandise was a hit, from squeezy containers to pens, and even a healthy green apple snack. 

We enjoyed an insightful and busy ADIPEC 2023, thank you to all those who visited our booth, and we look forward to welcoming you next year!
Contact our sales team for a quote to hire our DNV 2.7-1 certified offshore containers at

Also… Cargostore sleeping on the Job…?!

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