Maritime Events News

Teknotherm exhibits at DanFish 2021

DanFish International is one of the most important exhibitions in the world for equipment and services for the fishing industry. The event – which is being held for the 27th time in 2021 – is an international forum where manufacturers and other suppliers to the fishery sector have a peerless opportunity to interact with customers from all parts of the world. The exhibition is a meeting point, where both exhibitors and visitors can engage in active networking. The exhibition takes p...

Danfoss participates at Europort 2021

Danfoss is looking forward to the possibility of meeting people live at Europort 2021, November 2-5th in Ahoy Rotterdam. The sustainability in the marine industry is at full speed. Not least because legislators, but also customers, are urging to sail cleaner and more efficiently. Danfoss supports the sector with its well-known sensors and by providing its standard frequency converters with new software to perform all facets of electrical energy conversion. By applying specific software the use...

Women in Maritime deliver the UK’s first cross-transport inclusion summit

Women and male allies from across rail, aviation international, transport, and maritime have joined forces to learn from each other and drive progress on diversity and inclusion. Following their first summit during London International Shipping Week (15th September), the industries have agreed to regular dialogue and yearly meetings on gender equality focusing on progression and retention, careers, mental health, and ethnicity and race. Led by Maritime UK, this marks the UK’s first cross-...

Teknotherm at NEVA 2021

NEVA, the International Maritime Exhibition and Conference for Commercial Shipping, Shipbuilding, Offshore Energy, Ports, Inland Waterways and Oceanography is an international shipping, shipbuilding, ports and offshore energy exhibition and the largest maritime forum in Russia. Its aim is to promote the development of the Russian commercial maritime industries and provide a gateway to meet shipping and offshore energy executives under one roof in St. Petersburg, the maritime capital of Russia....

Rolls-Royce’s mtu NautIQ marine automation portfolio at DSEI

Rolls-Royce will be showcasing its complete mtu NautIQ marine automation portfolio for the first time at the DSEI defense and security exhibition in London from 14 to 17 September (booth H7-210). The new portfolio includes a range of both new and proven platform management and ship control systems for vessels of all kinds and sizes, including naval and commercial ships as well as leisure craft. The mtu NautIQ automation system family has been specifically designed for both newbuild vessel syste...

Rolls-Royce is pioneering the power to protect at this year’s DSEI

DSEI will provide Rolls-Royce with further opportunities to display the new Pioneers of Power video and app– exploring Defense growth opportunities outside of the traditional gas turbine and services market. The Pioneers of Power project also explores how the Defense business can contribute to wider corporate objectives such as sustainability, electrification, and the development of digital technologies. Products on display On the Rolls-Royce stand, the products on display will includ...

A.P. Moller Maersk encourages just-in-case supply chain model at CSCMP event

  The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) held their 32nd Annual State of Logistics Report virtual presentation on June 24, 2021, with supply chain executives from Maersk, Nordstrom, Penske Logistics, Kearney, Norfolk Southern and IHS Markit participating in a panel that discussed the major forces shaping logistics in the pandemic and post-pandemic world. The 73-page report, authored by Kearney, entitled “Change of plans” captures the wild ride of 2020 a...

Braemar sponsors virtual platform for LISW21

Braemar, an international provider of shipbroking, financial advisory, risk management, and logistics services, has underlined its support for London International Shipping Week 2021 (LISW21) by sponsoring the LISW21 Portal, the host platform for online gatherings at this year’s event. LISW21, running from 13–17th September, is a hybrid event, giving in-person attendees, along with virtual audiences around the world, the opportunity to explore the key challenges and opportunities fo...

London International Shipping Week 2021 gets positive news with easing of COVID-19 restrictions

Anticipation for London International Shipping Week 2021 (LISW21), the global maritime industry’s first in-person gathering since early 2020, is set to soar following UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s announcement that London is open for business. The British Prime Minister has confirmed an easing of COVID-19 restrictions across England by July 19, 2021, giving people working in shipping clear passage to reconnect at LISW21, slated to take place from September 13 – 17, 2021....

Nor-Shipping to bring Ocean Now to deliver value, insights, analysis to the maritime industry

Ocean Now will also build excitement for Nor-Shipping 2022 – the first ‘winter’ Nor-Shipping, taking place 10-13 January in Oslo and Lillestrøm, Norway. “Originally, 1 June was set as the date of Nor-Shipping 2021, but, of course, the pandemic put paid to those plans,” comments Per Martin Tanggaard, Nor-Shipping Director. “So, we wanted to create something to help fill the gap left by the lack of physical gatherings, providing an event where the indust...

VANOS S.A. to demonstrate technological developments in communication and detection systems at DEFEA 2021

The latest technological developments regarding tactical equipment, as well as security, communication and detection systems, will be presented by VANOS S.A. at DEFEA – Defense Exhibition Athens, from the 13th to the 15th of July 2021.  VANOS S.A. will participate, among other companies of the industry, in the first DEFEA (Defense Exhibition Athens) that will be held from the 13th to the 15th of July, at the Athens Metropolitan Expo (Eleftherios Venizelos Airport). National security...

The International Transport Forum to host their Annual Summit in Germany, from 27-29 May 2020

Consultations are underway to determine the impact of the pandemic. The International Transport Forum is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak, including in consultation with OECD, and is currently considering implications for the ITF’s Annual Summit to be held in Leipzig, Germany, from 27-29 May 2020. Many countries have put in place restrictive measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes the Summit host country, Germany, as well as other countries whose governments, ente...

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