ShipRepair & Conversion 99

Tuesday, October 05, 1999
After last year's impressive increase in visitor numbers, this year's ShipRepair & Conversion Exposition is well on its way to comparable success with more than 180 companies already registered to exhibit their wares at the show. The expo, which includes representatives from more than 35 countries, will be held November 10-11 at London's Olympia Hall. Boasting a large variety of attendees such as shipowners, ship managers, marine engineers and conversion specialists, ShipRepair & Conversion 99 expects to be 20 percent larger than last year's expo. Returning exhibitors include: BP Shipping, Shell International, Stena Line, P&O Cruises and P&O North Sea Ferries. A slew of first timers will be on hand at the exhibit as well, mainly Dolphin Ship Repair, Fleet Support, Jotun-Henry Clark, Kockum Sonics, Vickers Ulstein Marine Systems and Viktor Lenac. Now in its eighth year, ShipRepair & Conversion 99 is known as the only dedicated exhibition for this continually growing market. In addition to the showcases of various companies who will be exhibiting, attendees will also have the opportunity to develop new and strengthen existing business links with colleagues and contacts from the industry. Registrants may also choose to attend one of the conferences offered at the show, which include speakers and delegates from around the world offering their views on topics concerning the future of the ship repair, conversion and maintenance industry. To pre-register for ShipRepair & Conversion 99, and save $24 (all applications must be received by November 1), please call the visitor hotline at +44 (0) 1923 690640 or visit the Web site at

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