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Business Minister supports maritime export

Business Minister supports maritime export

06-09-2016 08:00:00


The more than 100 Danish companies that exhibit their skills on the world's largest maritime exhibition - SMM in Hamburg - received support from the Danish maritime minister who took the morning plane from Copenhagen to visit the Danish exhibitors on the opening day.

"I think that it is the first time in maybe 15 years that a Danish minister has been here and I think we owe it to the industry to be here. If I have the opportunity to come again next time, I'll definitely do it," said Business and Growth Minister Troels Lund Poulsen to Maritime Denmark.

Troels Lund Poulsen first participated in the official opening of the entire exhibition, and then the opening of the Danish pavilion.

"I'm extremely happy and proud to see so many Danish companies down here. Some of the companies I knew already, others I did not. But common to most is that they are known on the international course within the field they are involved in," says Troels Lund Poulsen to Maritime Denmark.

Troels Lund Poulsen first participated in the official opening of the entire exhibition, and then the opening of the Danish pavilion.

"I'm super happy and proud to see so many Danish companies down here. Some of the companies I knew already, others not. But common to most is that they are known on the international course within the field they are involved, "says Troels Lund Poulsen to Maritime Denmark.

On Tuesday afternoon the Minister visited some of the foreign companies who are important partners for the maritime Danish industry, for example yards as German Meyer Werft and Italian Fincantieri.

SMM is as always a giant event, this year with 2,200 exhibitors from 66 countries worldwide - including Iran, who after a number of years are back on the international market.

For the first time ever, the amount of foreign companies exhibiting at the fair is more than twice that number of German exhibitors.

Source: The editors of Maritime Denmark


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