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U.S. Named Official Partner Country At SMM '96

The U.S. is the official partner country for the 1996 exhibitions at the 17th International Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology Exhibition and Conference, more commonly known as SMM '96. Scheduled for October 1 to 5, 1996, in Hamburg, the event attracts more than 800 exhibitors from all of the leading shipbuilding nations.

"We're coming to SMM in Hamburg with new enthusiasm, new ship designs and new elan, and that means we're returning to the worldwide stage of competitive commercial shipbuilding," said Silas O. Nunn, vice president of the Shipbuilders Council of America.

"The U.S.A. was the partner SMM wanted," said Dr. Jurgen Rohweder, chairman of the SMM '96 Advisory Committee.

For information on attending or exhibiting at SMM '96, contact Ulf Richter at tel: +49 40 3569 2440.




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