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Danish Maritime Fair: First 100 companies

Danish Maritime Fair: First 100 companies

29-04-2015 08:00:00


The largest maritime event ever in Denmark, is going to be reality when The Train Workshop in Copenhagen opens the doors October 6th to the second edition of The Danish Maritime Fair.

The exhibition have now been expanded with a large conference setup “Danish Shipping & Ship Management Conferences” hosted by among others, Nordic Tankers and Clipper Group.

Lately, large and interesting companies like Mærsk Broker (DK), Thomas Miller (UK), Wärtsilä (FI), SAM Electronics (DE), Northrup Grumman (UK), NSSL (DE), ABB (CH), Hempel (DK) and Viking Life-Saving (DK) has announced that they will exhibit. It proves that even it is a maritime exhibition on Danish grounds; large international organizations are acknowledging its importance.

You can see the new brochure with detailed information by clicking HERE

If you want to jump straight to the complete booking list click HERE

If you prefer to see the location of each company and organization on an updated hall plan click HERE

If you are interested in receiving an offer for a specific available stand or speaking opportunities – please contact us :

Jakob le Fevre
Global Business Development
T: +45 3160 4015
E-mail: booking@danishmaritimefair.dk
www.danishmaritimefair.dk

Source: Danish Maritime Fair



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