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Danish Maritime Fair is closed for now

Danish Maritime Fair is closed for now

08-10-2015 17:00:00


After three busy days, Danish Maritime Fair closed the doors to Lokomotivværkstedet in Copenhagen on Thursday. More than 200 companies and organizations from Denmark and abroad exhibited at the popular exhibition.

"We are very pleased," says Rene Wittendorf, CEO of Media Group Maritime Denmark, who is behind the fair.

"We have improved many things in terms of our opening exhibition last year, but of course there is always something that can be improved. We will sit down and discuss this with our customers - so we can come back with an even better fair next year," says Rene Wittendorff.

"One of the things we will be discussing is the parking situation around the fair. We have had shuttle buses running non-stop to a nearby parking garage, so the limited number of parking spaces in connection with Lokomotivværkstedet has not been a problem as such," says Jakob Le Fevre, who has overall responsibility for sales and marketing at the fair.

"But we have had major problems with parking attendants who have handed out fines to the left and right, because some of our exhibitors had not filled the parking permissions correctly, or briefly left their cars to carry goods in and out of the exhibition hall," says Jakob Le Fevre.

"We have already made contact with the parking company, but it is still too early to say whether we can cancel some of the fines."

Source: Maritime Denmark


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