Shiptec China 2018(Official)

The Most Valued World Maritime Fair in China
Date
2018-10-24 - 2018-10-26
Exhibitors
600
Floor Size
247569
Attendees
20000
Event contact title
Mr.
Event contact first name
Harbor
Event contact last name
Chai
Email
harbor.chai@dxce.net
Event contact telephone number
+86-411-66329903
Description

Following the success of Shiptec China, the 10th International Shipbuilding, Marine Equipment and Offshore Engineering Exhibition for China, planning is now underway for the 12th holding of this increasingly important event which takes place between the 21st and 24th October in 2014 at the Dalian World Expo Center.. The 10th holding of Shiptec took place at the World Expo Center towards the end of 2012 and exceeded all previous events. In total 438 companies from 21 countries took part, showcasing their latest innovations on a gross exhibition area of 23,000 square meters. The four‐day exhibition attracted over 15,000 professional trade visitors and conference delegates from 28 countries and regions and, despite the ongoing global economic downturn, Shiptec China saw an increase of 15% in terms of exhibition size, making it the most valued international maritime exhibition of the year in China. The exhibition featured six international pavilions, from Denmark, Germany, Japan, Norway, South Korea and the Netherlands while overall international companies accounted for some 30% of the total number of exhibitors and exhibition space. Amongst the international exhibitors were many leading companies such as ABB, Wärtsilä, MAN, Panasia, Carterpillar, DSM and most of the classification society members of IACS including ABS, CCS, ClassNK, DNV, GL, KR and RINA. The Chinese shipbuilding industry was also strongly represented with 34 individual shipyards from the six groups CSIC, CSSC, Rongsheng, CSC Shipbuilding, China Shipping, and COSCO Shipbuilding. State shipbuilding group CSSC, with its member shipyards mainly located in the southern part of China, participated in Shiptec China for very first time.

Attendee information

• Ship owner/ship builder/Ship Agent/Ship Consultant • Shipbuilder/Ship repairer & Maintenance • Ship Design/Naval Architect/Ship Engineering • Classification Society/Registry/Inspection/Bunkering • Electronic Systems & Software/Information Technology • Navigation/Communications Equipment • Ship Management/Operation • Logistics Management/Cargo Handling/Freight Forwarder/Offshore Supply/Port Authority • Association/Government/Bodies • Others

Exhibitor information

• Ship Design and Shipbuilding, Shipyards/Ship repairers • Offshore Engineering, Support Vessels • Propulsion Systems/Pumps and Valves • Telecommunication, Computer Systems, Networks, and Software • Environment Protection Equipment & Facilities • Marine Engineering & Equipment • Marine Supply & Logistics • Navigation and Communication Systems • Oil and Lubrication, Paints and Coatings • Port and Terminal Equipment & Services, Port Facilities • Safety/Rescue & Survival/Security Equipment • Ship Engineering • Dredging Equipment • Ship Operation & Management, Consultancy Services • Classification Societies, Ship Registry, Ship Inspection & Survey • Marine Publications, Trade Associations

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