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The 3rd Danish Maritime Fair takes place October 25th-27th 2016

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By MarEx 2016-04-27 15:51:36

The Danish Shipowners´ Association, AHOY Rotterdam as well as numerous national pavilions and international partners will participate when the doors open for the Danish Maritime Fair.

Danish Maritime Fair takes place October 25th-27th in The Train Workshop in Copenhagen with an estimated 200 exhibitors from the international maritime sector and around 5000 visitors.

The Danish Shipowners´ Association participates with Shipowners’ Lounge

The Danish Shipowners´ Association has decided to support the Danish Maritime Days by participating in the Danish Maritime Fair with a special Shipowners’ Lounge, where its members can exhibit or arrange smaller events.

“In the past two years the Danish Maritime Fair has proved an interesting hub during the Danish Maritime Days. The Danish Shipowners´ Association has decided to participate with its own lounge this year, and I hope that many of our member companies will make use of the booth,” says Anne H. Steffensen, CEO of the Danish Shipowners´ Association.

The Danish Shipowners´ Association is in the process of creating a program for the lounge, but it is already clear that the Danish Shipowners´ Association will be present throughout the 3-days exhibition.

AHOY Rotterdam and NMT (Netherland Maritime Technology) organizes Dutch national pavilion

At this year’s Danish Maritime Fair, the Dutch maritime industry will be represented at the Dutch Pavilion.

AHOY Rotterdam is organizing a 90m2 large Pavillon to show case Dutch marine technology

Denmark is a country close to the Netherlands, both geographically and in the mentality of the two populations. Cooperation between the Dutch and the Danes has always been productive, amicable and easygoing. In the field of the Maritime Industry, the two countries are very much on the same level.

“Denmark is a country with a rich maritime tradition much like our own. We have a similar approach to innovation, service and quality and we can greatly benefit from each other’s expertise” explains Danny van Eijk, Account Manager, AHOY and continues: “ The visiting ship owners, ship managers and agents in DMF are very valuable business contacts for the Dutch supply industry and we feel that arranging meaningful meetings between like-minded industry professionals is not only good business for us – it is of strategic importance looking towards the European maritime future”.

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