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Danish Maritime Fair is ready to start

Danish Maritime Fair is ready to start

05-10-2015 10:00:00

There is hectic activity in Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen where 208 exhibitors are busy preparing their stands for Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, where the Danish Maritime Fair opens its doors to visitors.

"We are so busy right now, but I am quite sure that we will be ready in time," says Jakob Le Fevre, who has overall responsibility for sales and marketing at the fair.

Danish Maritime Fair is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 am – 17. Visitors who have not yet purchased a ticket can still do so by registering HERE

It is also still possible to register for the many conferences taking place in Lokomotivværkstedet alongside the fair. You can register HERE. However, there are very few vacant seats left.

Danish Maritime Fair will this year take place in the exhibition hall Lokomotivværkstedet located at Otto Busses Road 5A - 2450 Copenhagen SV.

If you arrive by car via Kalvebod Brygge, just follow the signs to Lokomotivværkstedet. You can also choose to park in the parking garage AC Meyers Vænge 8-9 and take Danish Maritime Days shuttle to Lokomotivværkstedet.

If you use public transport you can take the train to Dybbølsbro Station / Fisketorvet and proceed with the Danish Maritime Days shuttle to Lokomotivværkstedet. You can also choose to walk from the S-train station. It takes 5 to 10 minutes.

"We and the exhibitors are looking forward to revealing the event," says Rene Wittendorff, CEO of the Media Group Maritime Denmark, who's behind the fair.

Danish Maritime Fair is the biggest of the more than 80 events that make up the Danish Maritime Days.

Source: The editors of Maritime Denmark

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