Asian Work Boat 2013
Tuesday, February 26 - Thursday, February 28, 2013
MARINA BAY SANDS EXPO AND CONVENTION CENTER,¬† SINGAPORE
Singapore‚Äôs maritime industry is the most dynamic in the region, serving as a pivotal gateway to the Asia-Pacific market. Singapore and its surrounding countries are famous for building tugs, small cargo ships, patrol and pilot boats, naval vessels, dredgers, oil recovery boats, offshore service vessels, harbour craft, passenger and vehicle ferries, oil rigs and many others.
Along with China, the Southeast Asian nations are now the leading players in the worldwide supply of seafood. Further, the logistical importance of their position along the sea-lanes of global trade is becoming increasingly apparent. Finally, Singapore and its neighbours are making an ever more significant mark in the fields of marine design and construction. Asian Work Boat 2013 will provide a focus for this industry of undeniably global significance.
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To read about the 2007 event, please click here.
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