|AUSMARINE 2010 attracts strong foreign interest|
|Friday, 15 October 2010 12:46|
Visitor pre-registrations for the AUSMARINE 2010 Exhibition and Conferences in Perth, Australia continue to pour in to the organisers in unprecedentedly large numbers.
‚ÄúNot only have they come at more than double the rate for previous AUSMARINE events, vastly larger numbers have come from people outside Australia,‚ÄĚ said event organiser Kishore Navani.
‚ÄúWhile they have arrived from all over the world, the majority are from the ASEAN countries and China. Malaysian, Indonesian and Singaporean mariners will obviously be attending in force.
‚ÄúThis phenomenon re-inforces the view of the rapid globalisation of AUSMARINE and, indeed, of the whole Australian maritime industry. Most of the exhibitors are foreign headquartered and for the first time the majority of shipbuilder exhibitors are from overseas,‚ÄĚ Mr Navani concluded.
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