Advanced Technology Conferences at Ahoy Rotterdam 2013

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Thursday, October 17, 2013

In cooperation with Holland Marine Equipment (HME), Europort again present the “Advanced Technology Conferences” 5-8, November 2013, where leading national & international market players will showcase the advanced technology used to build the world’s most sophisticated ships. 

For many years Europort has had a strong focus on building complex special purpose ships. In a series of short dynamic workshops Europort visitors will get an update about the latest innovations in maritime technology. Each workshop focusses on a specific maritime industry with its own themes, developments and target of audience.

The following workshops are scheduled:

  • Mega Yachts – ‘Frontrunners of Innovation’

  • Sea Shipping – ‘A revolution in communication’

  • Workboats – ‘Beating Offshore Challenges’

  • Offshore - ‘Going into the Deep’

  • Inland Navigation ‘Pioneering with LNG’

  • Construction Vessels – ‘Big, bigger, biggest’

The workshops take place in the Europort Theatre and access to the workshops is free of charge.

For more information go to: http://www.europort.nl/en/
 

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