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Danish Maritime Fair - now on video

Danish Maritime Fair - now on video

23-07-2014 08:00:00


The Media House Maritime Denmark, the company behind the first major international exhibition ever in Denmark - Danish Maritime Fair - which will take place from 6 - 10 October at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, now boosts the international marketing of the fair.

In cooperation with domestic and foreign partners the media house will beat the drum for the fair, which already span over three halls on a total 6,000 square meters, over the coming months.

Watch the new video produced for the exhibition :

Most recently, the show reached an agreement with the trade association Oil Gas Denmark to arrange a special offshore section of the fair. Oil Gas Denmark Industry represents more than 63 companies in the oil and gas sector with giants like Shell, Chevron and Dong Energy in the lead.

The marketing of the fair, in addition to the exhibitors, is also aimed at decision-makers in Denmark and abroad. They are due in large numbers to visit the fair, which runs in parallel to the Danish Maritime Days that will take place for the first time also.

Source: Maritime Denmark


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