Ship Suppliers, Buyers, Forum in Copenhagen Booked Out

Press Release
Monday, April 30, 2012

Organizers, Copeland Events, report strong participant interest in forthcoming  MTB Marine Europe - Copenhagen forum

Copland Events report that the 6th MTB Marine Europe forum being held in Copenhagen is now fully booked.

Over 100 buyers are registered, from all over Europe, to join the forum in October 2012 to participate in two and a half days of face-to-face meetings and networking with suppliers worldwide.

Copland Events have already registered over 100 Buyers, responsible for a total of over 3500 vessels to join us. Including companies such as:- Maersk, Torm A/S, Vroon, and V. Ships, as well as Disney Cruise Lines, Gearbulk Norway and RCL Cruises who are joining MTB Marine for the first time.

Disney Cruise Lines (United Kingdom) are responsible for 4 cruise vessels including the new state of the art, Disney Fantasy, which they have recently launched.
Royal Caribbean Cruises (United Kingdom) are currently operating 22 cruise ships, and last month launched their revitalized Rhapsody of the Seas from Singapore's Sembawang Shipyard.

The world’s largest supplier of ship management services; V. Ships will be attending from both Cyprus and Norway. V. Ships in Cyprus are currently operating 400 vessels alone.
 

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