Asia Pacific Maritime 2010 Singapore Expo

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) showcases the latest in marine engineering and port technology. Besides exchanging ideas at industry conferences and technical seminars, APM 2010 is an excellent opportunity for business networking. The main conference, themed “Shipping in Asia Today – Preparing for the Future,” will address important issues and challenges for the industry. Supported by 27 key international associations, government agencies and commercial partners, APM presents some 800 leading international maritime exhibitors from over 50 countries and attracts more than 10,000 Asian visitors.

(www.apmaritime.com)


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