NEVA 2003 Slated for September 22-25

Wednesday, June 18, 2003
Another big increase in exhibitors is already a reality for the NEVA 2003 Exhibition in St Petersburg, Russia, 22 - 25 September. "The message is clear the doors for new business are open, the time is right", announced the Exhibition Organisers at their recent Press interviews in St Petersburg. It is understood that Russian industries by themselves cannot meet the demand for shipbuilding, ship equipment, port developments, inland waterways and offshore energy facilities. Foreign manufacturers and suppliers are required to join in these modernisation plans. New National Pavilions are expected from Italy, Holland and USA this year, joining the enlarged traditional groups from Germany, Finland, Croatia, Ukraine, Denmark, Norway and the Baltic States.
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