|Asian Work Boat 2013 – Mark your diary|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2012 09:52|
The eighth Asian Work Boat 2013, which will be held in Singapore next February, promises to be yet another unmissable event for anyone with an interest in the non-cargo carrying sector of the maritime industry.
It is the only event in South-East Asia that concentrates purely on the tug, barge, ferry, OSV, dredger, patrol, pilot and rescue boat, tourist, fishing and aquaculture and oil rig sectors. In addition to a wide variety of exhibits by shipbuilders, naval architects, engine and propulsion system manufacturers, electronics, safety equipment and paint manufacturers and similar suppliers to the industry, there will be a number of high-quality conferences, addressing specific sectors of the ASEAN work boat industry.
In 2011, more than 3,000 people attended the seventh Asian Work Boat exhibition. According to Neil Baird, chairman of Baird Events, which hosted the event, more than 1,000 of those attendees were from vessel-owning and operating companies; some 500 were from shipbuilding ventures and a further 500 attendees were from various industry supplier companies. More than 1,000 attendees were from outside Singapore and came from more than 50 countries. There were 132 exhibiting companies at the event, drawn from 36 countries and the exhibition featured 132 stands.
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