Date
1/5/2016

Category
Marine

State of the art ships built in state of the art yards; Japan leads the world in maritime technology

Japan’s maritime industry is in full bloom. The lower yen, coupled with exceptional efficiency and high-tech designs, have made Japanese shipyards and marine equipment manufacturers among the most competitive in the world. Japanese shipping companies are investing in new tonnages that take full advantage of the very latest in fuel efficient designs and technology. The Japanese maritime market is mature, stable and reliable. Companies that an provide outstanding products and services will find high quality and loyal customers in Japan. Meet them at SEA JAPAN 2016.

General Information
Title: SEA JAPAN 2016
Dates: 13 (Wed) – 15 (Fri) April 2016 10:00-17:00
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, East Halls 5&6

Organise: UBM Japan Co Ltd
Sponsors(forecast) Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, The Japanese Shipowners’ Association, Japan Federation of Coastal Shipping Associations, The Shipbuilders’ Association of Japan, The Cooperative Association of Japan Shipbuilders, Japan Ship Exporters’ Association, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association, JETRO

Number of visitors: 19,000(forecast
Number of exhibitors: 500(forecast)

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Booth P-49

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