|World's leading work boat suppliers show off in Singapore|
|Wednesday, 06 February 2013 08:14|
The ASIAN WORK BOAT Exhibition and Conferences return to Singapore from February 26 to 28 at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre.
More than 70 companies from 21 countries will be bringing the best the industry’s suppliers have to offer to the work boat owners and operators of the ASEAN region.
Suppliers of designs, construction materials, engines, propulsion systems, electronics, safety equipment, lighting, fendering, lifting equipment, ship repair, generators, delivery services, winches, chandlery, and much more will join a number of the world’s leading work boat builders in presenting their products and services in Singapore.
Market leaders such as Rolls Royce Marine, Cummins, Dresser-Rand Guascor, MTU, Onan, BT Marine, Stone Marine, Leslie’s Yacht & Marine, HamiltonJet, Castoldi, Masson Marine, Vulkan, D-I Transmissions and Logan Clutch are among the many engine and propulsion system suppliers that are exhibiting.
Similarly, a wide range of builders of tugs, OSVs, ferries, patrol boats, rescue boats, pilot boats, crew boats and more are exhibiting. Among them are Alnmaritec, LeisureCat, Lita Ocean, Aspin Kemps Rotortug, Alucraft, All American Marine, Hongda, Pro-Safe, Vanguard, Hung Seng and Anggrek Hitam.
Asian Work Boat 2013 also presents five high quality conferences that are aimed precisely at work boat owners and operators. They have attracted expert speakers from all over the world. Access is free to all but one of them
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