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European shipbuilding has the lead Hopeful times ahead: aiming to recover from the pandemic, the cruise and ferry industry is rebooting by addressing new consumer demand and complying with new regulatory re- quirements. Considerable budgets are being allocated for health and safety concepts and environmental protection, as well as refitting measures. In preparing for this new era, the cruise industry’s order books show a volume of about 80 new ships to be built by 2027 – not including the current exigencies of refit- ting. More than 90% of them will be constructed in Eu- rope, with a trend towards smaller sizes and passen- ger capacities, bringing to life visions from designers and architects from around the world. If you’d like to show what the future will look like, we’d love to have you on board! | 3 WHO WILL BUILD THE FUTURE?
River cruise industry is prepared for the restart Applying and further optimising the hygiene concept developed by IG RiverCruise, recognised throughout the EU, the sector is embrac- ing new and effective solutions that offer passengers and crew mem- bers the best possible protection for their river cruise experience. A healthy market with nearly double-digit annual growth rates before the coronavirus crisis, the river cruise industry is looking ahead with confidence, as the worldwide booking numbers are promising and underline the pent-up demand that will set in as soon as travel can take place again. | 4 WHO WILL BUILD THE FUTURE?
Ferry market continues to grow globally Due to international cruise travel restrictions caused by the pandemic, domestic and short-haul ferry travel attracted new customers and contributed to the robust develop- ment of this sector. Addressing the needs of day trippers and weekenders, fer- ry operators are moving forward with new safety, capacity, entertainment and food service concepts, as well as with plans for fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly ferries. MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo is proud to show the interior design, equipment and technology solu- tions that are driving the next wave of innovation in this exciting market. | 5 WHO WILL BUILD THE FUTURE?
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87 % OF VISITORS ON DECISION LEVEL 87%* of the visitors to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo described their decision-making influence as either pivotal, co-decisive or consultative. Hamburg has the leaders Join us in the home of Europe’s major cruise players and the world’s capital of mari- time classification societies: the Hamburg-based MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo was established in 2019 as Europe’s first stand-alone trade fair for the segment of interior design, equipment and technology for passenger ships. With more than 8 out of 10 visitors on decision level, this event attracts the cruise industry’s pacemakers and offers an ideal ecosphere for your business – boasting a broad range of exhibitor categories as well as conferences and expert forums that inspire our industry. Reach out to the European cruise industry and introduce your brand to the representatives of the world’s leading cruise and ferry lines, shipyards and interior design studios. *Data from an independent trade fair survey at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019 | 7 WHY SHOULD YOU PARTICIPATE? WHY SHOULD YOU PARTICIPATE?
94% BRIMMING WITH POST- FAIR BUSINESS 94%* of the exhibitors described their post- fair business after MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019 as very strong or average to strong. 85% OF EXHIBITORS PLAN TO COME BACK 85%* of the exhibitors will definitely or prob- ably exhibit or consider exhibiting again at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo. *Data from an independent trade fair survey at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019 Highly satisfied exhibitors At its debut in 2019, MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo had about 2,800 visitors from 46 countries and delivered exactly what exhib- itors look for: a high concen- tration of decision-makers that allows effective busi- ness initiation. Enthusiastic about the event, 30% of the exhibitors instantly booked for 2021, but due to the pan- demic, the event unfortu- nately had to be cancelled. | 8 THE PLATFORM FOR THE CRUISE & FERRY INDUSTRY
World-class support from leading events Powered by SMM – the world’s leading maritime trade fair, MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo impress- es with flawless organisation and one of the world’s largest maritime networks. Moreover, being co-located with Seatrade Europe adds fur- ther opportunities to establish relationships with the cruise industry’s CEOs, senior buyers and planners. “For Hera, the MARINE INTERIORS in Ham- burg is the ideal platform to demonstrate its range of services in the field of LED lighting solutions for hospitality projects on water and on land to the international public. After Hera participated for the first time in 2019, the MARINE INTERIORS has proven to be a ‘must-attend event’.” MICHAEL HOEKSTRA, MANAGING DIRECTOR SALES AND MARKETING, HERA | 9 THE PLATFORM FOR THE CRUISE & FERRY INDUSTRY
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A selection of visitors to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019: Abeking & Rasmussen / AD Associates / AIDA Cruises / Anglo-Eastern / A-Rosa Flussschiff / Benetti / Blohm + Voss / Carnival Cruise Line / cm-Design / Columbia Cruise Services / Crystal River Cruises Manning / CSSC Cruise Technology Development / dpa lighting consultants / Drydocks World Dubai / Emden Dockyard / Fahrgastschifffahrt Saalburg / FINCANTIERI / Flensburger Schiffbau Gesellschaft / Genting Hong Kong / Grimaldi Group / Hamburg Aviation / Hapag Lloyd Cruises / Hubei Provincial Office of Shipbuilding Industry Management / Hyundai Heavy Industries / Hyundai Merchant Marine Deutschland / ISRAEL SHIPYARDS / Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association / JOI Design / Kingfisher (Shanghai) Marine Services / Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven / Lufthansa Technik / Lürssen / Meyer Turku / Meyer Werft / MSC Cruises / MV WERFTEN / Neptun Ship Design / Nobiskrug / Norwegian Cruise Lines / OLIVER DESIGN / OMK Design / Partner Ship Design / Perini Navi / P&O Ferries / R&M Ship Technologies / Saint Gobain Marine / Samsung Electronics / Sea Cloud Cruises / Studio Bigi Carità / Tallink Grupp / thyssenkrupp Marine Systems / TUI Cruises / Ulstein Verft / VARD DESIGN / WEST SEA Shipyard | 11 MEET EXECUTIVES FROM PREMIUM BRANDS 83 % MEETING THE RIGHT TARGET GROUPS 83%* of the exhibitors succeeded in laying the foundations for future busi- ness by meeting all or nearly all of their target groups and by reaching out to new customers at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019. *Data from an independent trade fair survey at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019
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Strong need for interior design innovations Businesses from the field of ship interior design made up half of the exhibitors at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019. Looking at the requirements to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, not least in the growing segment of domestic river cruises, a lot of innovation is expected here, e.g. self-disinfecting surfaces, or lighting solutions with disinfecting effects. NEW EXHIBITOR CATEGORY Healthcare & Infection Prevention With regard to the demand for health and safety concepts compliant with SHIPSAN, HEALTHY GATEWAYS, WHO or DNV CIP-M, the category range for Interior Equipment & Technology is being extended. Companies in the field of healthcare and infection prevention are offered a perfect opportunity to showcase their solutions here. | 13 BECOME AN EXHIBITOR
EXHIBITOR PACKAGES Smart solutions to meet all exhibitor needs. Prices exclude VAT at 19%. To view our full terms and conditions please visit marineinteriors-expo.com/exhibit. Prices to be published in 2022 SPACE ONLY (minimum 12 sq. m) Includes: • Exhibition space (no power, walls or carpet included; additional services can be ordered via our Online Service Centre) • Exhibitor passes free of charge / Media entry / Free Wi-Fi SHELL SCHEME (minimum 12 sq. m) Includes: • Exhibition space • Stand walls, 2.5 m high • Fascia board with company name and stand number • Carpet • Furniture, power and lighting package • Exhibitor passes free of charge / Media entry / Free Wi-Fi NEW: SHARE & SAVE (co-exhibit with others) An option for small companies with big interest in taking part – and with little budget to spend. To share a stand and save a part of the fee, just complete the co-exhibitor matching form and discover who is also searching and with whom you may take part together. marineinteriors-expo.com/co-exhibit | 18
DISCOVER MARINE INTERIORS @SMM In 2022, SMM, the world’s leading maritime trade fair, will provide an additional occasion to present your company to the decision-makers of the industry. An important part of SMM for many years, the general outfitting sector is receiving more attention than ever. That’s why at SMM 2018, in addition to hall B5, we created a dedicated area for marine interiors in hall B8. This will be continued at SMM 2022, where interior design, equipment and technology for passenger ships will come into even sharper focus. Hall B8 will provide a perfect exhibition and networking space as well as a MARINE INTERIORS stage for presenting state of the art solutions to the industry’s decision-makers. With SMM and MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo alternating yearly, Hamburg offers interior designers, architects, and manufacturers a unique and continuous presence to the European and global markets. Find out more and secure your stand: smm-hamburg.com/mi | 19
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Your stage to share expertise The MARINE INTERIORS Forum provides a popular discus- sion forum and a unique presentation stage for the cruise industry’s most acclaimed designers, architects and ship- ping company executives. During the MARINE INTERIORS Conference Sessions, lead- ing design experts share their view on the latest trends. The panels will be complemented by Exhibitor Sessions, where company representatives have the opportunity to present their innovations and product highlights. If you’re interested in participating, we’re happy to support you – please contact us for more information. “I believe that art, craft and design can enhance our engagement with the sustain- ability and regeneration of the cultures we live in and visit on our journeys in life. The MARINE INTERIORS is a wonderful stage to discuss and share insights and inspir- ations for action. I am looking forward to sharing a stage with inspiring members of our industry and looking the future in the eye.” TAL DANAI, FOUNDER & CEO, ARTLINK | 21 CONFERENCE AND EXPERT SESSIONS
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“The MARINE INTERIORS Expo allowed us the excellent opportunity to meet, network and engage with contacts from the cruise ship industry. It was a great platform to de- velop international cooperation. We look for- ward to participating in the event again.” MILLA KULMALAINEN, PARTNER MARINE/ INTERIOR DIVISION, DEKOTEL COATING OY Establish more business contacts During the event, a number of dedicated network- ing opportunities will be created. In addition to busi- ness meeting points such as the Sales and Media Lounge, relaxed formats such as “It’s wine o’clock” and the large exhibitor party together with Seatrade Europe provide memorable moments. | 23 FIRST-CLASS NETWORKING
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The hub of Europe’s cruise industry The beautiful maritime metropolis is home not only to Europe’s most important cruise shipyards and shipping companies, it’s also the world’s cap- ital of classification societies. Germany’s largest port city can look back on a rich merchant tradi- tion, inspires architects and designers, and ranks among the world’s top ten travel destinations ac- cording to The New York Times. | 25 WELCOME TO HAMBURG
A dream destination for travellers Called “the world’s most beautiful city” by its inhabitants, Hamburg brims with culture and nightlife. The city combines fantastic urban entertainment, be it theatres, musicals, museums, galleries or sporting events, with enor- mous recreational value in its parks and gardens, its beach clubs on the Elbe and walks around the picturesque Alster lake. To see what Hamburg holds in store for you, please visit marineinteriors-expo.com/hamburg. | 26 WELCOME TO HAMBURG
SPONSORSHIP Maximise your visibility Expand the presence of your brand at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo through our sponsorship opportun- ities. We’re happy to support you with a range of measures that allow you to reach your target group without any scatter. Please talk to us so that we can find the best solution for your needs. | 27 SPONSORSHIP AND CONTACT