Commercial marine industry
The commercial marine marketplace is defined by the activities of inshore, offshore, coastal zone and short sea commercial maritime businesses. The maritime infrastructure for trade, transport and communication requires constant renewal, replacement and expansion. To enable companies to respond to the changing requirements and opportunities in this marketplace, there is a need for timely business-to-business communication and networking within the supply chain.
MARITIME JOURNAL places vendors and service providers in contact with purchasing decision makers. Our readers are busy professionals – managers, senior operations and engineering staff. www.maritimejournal.com
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SEAWORK ASIA is the first commercial marine and workboat exhibition based in Shanghai. It is at the heart of this fast growing industry sector and a key meeting point for decision makers. Seawork Asia presents a unique opportunity for organisations to build and maintain their market positions in China and the East Asian Region.
Seawork Asia, 29 November - 1 December 2016, Shanghai www.seaworkasia.com
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SEAWORK International is the largest international commercial maritime and workboat exhibition and business forum held in a European working port environment. It takes place over three days, every year, at Mayflower Park, Southampton, UK. Attracting more than 7500 high calibre visitors from 70 countries across the globe, Seawork is where buyers, sellers, innovators and legislators come together for three invaluable days at one incomparable location.
Seawork International, 14-16 June 2016, Southampton, UK www.seawork.com
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