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2 welcome welcome »smm is the fi rst maritime trade fair to turn the spotlight on ›industry 4.0‹. this theme harbours enormous potential for the shipping industry.« dr alexander nürnberg chairman of the board of the marine equipment and systems working group at the german mechanical engineering industry association (vdma) and managing director of macgregor hatlapa
3 it’s smmart to join the world’s #1 trade fair for the maritime industry the global maritime industry is experiencing huge market challenges and technical change. strategies like smart shipping are driving digitalisation forward, thus increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of companies. a revolutionary transition that will take centre stage at smm 2018. like no other event in the maritime industry, this biennial trade fair and its accompanying conferences offer a platform for inspiration, networking and business for exhibitors and visitors alike. it’s here where the key players of the various sectors come together to unveil game-changing innovations and discuss upcoming challenges. located in the beautiful city of hamburg, one of the world’s most progressive maritime hubs, smm never fails to impress anyone who is interested in the future of the maritime industry. and with digitalisation on the agenda, no one can afford to miss it. harness the power of smm and secure your stand today at smm-hamburg.com/exhibit we’re looking forward to welcoming you in september 2018. watch our trailer to get a glimpse of sm smm-hamburg.com/ trailer m contents 02 – 03 welcome 14 offshore dialogue 24 inmex smm india 04 – 05 advantages of smm 15 maritime career market 25 windenergy hamburg 06 – 07 exhibitors 08 – 09 visitors 10 smm conferences 11 maritime future summit 12 gmec 13 ms&d 16 –17 sponsoring opportunities 26 seatrade europe 18 marketing tools 19 theme routes 20 green propulsion and maritime security & defence 21 plan & prices 22 – 23 product categories 27 nortec 28 smm support 29 representative offices 30 location hamburg 31 key contacts
4 advantages of smm »sometimes you’re so focused on your own ideas that you miss the obvious. smm is a true eye-opener. i’m taking away some meaningful ideas for our company as a result of the many productive conversations i had here.« maurizio cergol head of marketing and new concept development, fincantieri from smart shipping to green propulsion and beyond all trending topics on more than 90,000 m² for decades, smm has been the must-attend event for the global maritime industry. it’s the place where the movers and shakers of the industry present their innovations and discuss new strategies, paving the way for a successful future. the biennial trade fair, together with its conferences, provides an unparalleled opportunity to drive business and to foster exchange within the community. smm is the event in the maritime business that attracts the most experts, specialists, leaders and media attention. by welcoming visitors from 124 nations, smm 2016 underlined its reputation as the global forum for the maritime industry. with digitalisation at its core and with the industry’s need to catch up on it, smm 2018 will even increase its importance.
5 »smm is a must for shipowners who want to build competitive advantage through advanced technology. our member companies want to be part of that, of course.« ralf nagel managing board member, german shipowners association (vdr) the world’s #1 in a nutshell • international showcase for maritime innovations and trends • entire maritime value chain represented • more than 90,000 m² of exhibition space with 26 national pavilions • halls dedicated to specific industry sectors • specialist conferences offer insight from industry heavyweights • unique business and networking opportunities • global specialist media present for the duration of the show • truly international: exhibitors from 66 countries and visitors from 124 nations • large attendance by international economic and government delegations • high-ranking delegations from international navies visiting • excellent feedback from previous visitors and exhibitors • first-class trade fair standards and cutting-edge facilities • hamburg – the maritime metropolis as your host 97 % the most important maritime industry fair 97%* of all exhibitors at smm consider it to be the most important maritime industry trade fair for their enterprise. * data from an independent trade fair survey at smm 2016
6 exhibitors exhibitors »in my opinion, smm is the best relationship fair of the entire maritime world, and it’s always worth the trip. all customers gather at one place, so at smm i can accomplish in four days what would normally take me two months. that’s the beauty of this fair.« klaus deleroi ceo, reintjes
7 it’s smmart to be where the industry leaders meet 2,200 exhibitors from 66 countries long-time exhibitors as well as first-timers are enthusiastic about the gathering of the whole maritime value chain and a really global visitor portfolio. due to its share of professional visitors (95% in 2016) and decision makers (61% in 2016), smm is valued as the place to be by many ceos and sales directors in the maritime industry. in 2016, no less than 26 national pavilions emphasised the event’s high reputation among exhibitors. with more than 90,000 m² of modern facilities, smm provides ample space for impressive and state-of-the-art exhibitions. together with the numerous business opportunities during and after the event, it creates an unrivalled marketplace for commercial success – and an indispensable opportunity to have a finger on the pulse of the industry. 93% a marketplace for commercial success 93%* of the exhibitors considered smm 2016 an excellent to satisfactory opportunity to expand the commercial success of their company. 98% engaging peers and target groups at smm 98%* of the exhibitors succeeded in laying the foundations for future business by meeting all or nearly all of their key business partners and reaching out to new target groups at smm 2016. shipbuilding industry ship fitting and equipment electrical systems / electronics 44% 49% 20% 18% 16% 23% ship operating equipment maritime services engines, propulsion technology exhibitor breakdown by product range / nature of business in 2016 (more than one answer possible) * data from an independent trade fair survey at smm 2016
8 visitors smm – a global visitor magnet participating nations at smm 2016 »smm is the most important fair we are visiting. it’s very international and provides us with the opportunity to see many of our customers within a short period of time.« yrjar garshol vice president marketing, rolls-royce marine as »what sets smm apart is its diversity. everybody is here, from shipyards through to classifi cation societies. networking cannot be any easier than this.« dmitry pryakhin chief of sales and marketing department, united shipbuilding corporation
9 attracting the attention of a growing international audience 50,000 visitors from 124 nations smm merges information and fascination. it offers everything that maritime professionals from all over the world look for: from maintaining and gaining valuable business contacts to keeping pace with innovation trends and socialising with the maritime community – all together in a perfectly organised four-day-long event. that’s why in 2016, visitors from no less than 124 nations marked smm as a fixed date in their calendar. in times when the complexity of challenges increases, smm continues to provide the maritime industry with a point of sale for solutions. set a course for smm 2018. 97% 95% will be attending smm 2018 97%* of all visitors indicated that they are either considering or will certainly be attending smm 2018 overwhelmingly positive response 95%* of the visitors rated smm 2016 either excellent or good in an overall assessment of the event. education / building on own specialist knowledge exchange information and experience with peers generate new business leads 35% 32% 55% 42% 48% 46% 26% check out the competition gain an overview of developments in the industry touch base with existing business contacts learn about innovations and new technology visitor breakdown by purpose of visit in 2016 (more than one answer possible) * data from an independent trade fair survey at smm 2016
10 smm conferences »the maritime sector really has a lot to learn from other industries and i think a platform like the maritime future summit really offers that possibility to interact with other people, other indus tries and get some good ideas and some inspiration.« knut ørbeck-nilssen ceo maritime, dnv gl path-breaking presentations, inspiring discussions smm conferences bring the leaders together get ready for the latest thinking and best cases: smm is world-renowned for its high-profi le conferences. event formats like congresses, dialogue sessions and workshops cover the key topics of the different sectors and provide a wealth of inspiration for all attendees. leading international speakers and experts present their view and approach on issues like industry 4.0 and smart shipping, environmental protection and green propulsion, recruiting, security and defence. an indispensable opportunity to not only gather insights, but also to discuss and to exchange ideas. for more information about the conferences at smm 2018 please visit smm-hamburg.com/programme present your innovation benefi t from a global range of professional visitors at smm. to attend the conference as a speaker and promote your area of interest, please contact: book your own conference room we’re dedicated to making your own event a success. get in touch to request help and support with organising individual workshops, events, conferences or meetings. ms neele bohland phone: +49 40 35 69 - 21 42 email@example.com ms sandra schulz phone: +49 40 35 69 - 24 71 firstname.lastname@example.org
maritime future summit 11 2016 in cooperation with sponsored by maritime future summit time to gaze beyond the horizon mastering difficult economic times requires visionary skills. at smm 2016, the attendees of the maritime future summit witnessed inspiring performances by top-level speakers who put emphasis on leading-edge innovations and future scenarios. the maritime future summit explicitly covered the most important trends within the maritime industry, namely “digitalisation and automation” and “the future of shipbuilding”. the two panel discussions featuring industry experts received high acclaim. held on the eve of smm 2016, this special conference struck a chord with the audience, inviting them to discuss innovations, strategies and visions that shape the future of the maritime industry. smm-hamburg.com/mfs if you’re interested in taking part as a speaker please contact email@example.com
12 gmec gmec, the global maritime environmental congress the need to join forces for greener shipping environmental protection – a task for the whole world, and a challenging mission for the shipping industry. on 6 september 2016, the fourth global maritime environmental congress in the context of smm arrested the attention of institutional and industrial leaders. the keynote underlined the importance of cooperation to master the challenges ahead. during three panel discussions, the event’s main topics – harmful air emissions, big data and green propulsion – were dealt with extensively. experts from research and consulting companies, as well as industry leaders, outlined ways to improve efﬁciency, safety and sustainability by means of big-data-driven concepts. to close the circle, industry leaders shared promising experiences with the use of alternative fuels like lng and methanol or wind energy to tackle more rigorous emission limits. once again, gmec delivered a wealth of optimism and spurred on the motivation to join forces for greener shipping. on top of that, the exhibitors in hall a5 provided the audience with the opportunity to experience green propulsion technology in practice (see p. 20). smm-hamburg.com/gmec if you’re interested in taking part as a speaker please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 2016 in cooperation with sponsored by »gmec is a chance for people to understand there is something out there that really can make a difference and to understand how it can make a difference.« martin stopford president, clarkson research services ltd
ms&d 13 »this is a fantastic place, a fantastic space because you can get different opinions from different blocks of navies which is really enriching. i would really recommend to everybody to join this one because you have a very strategic view of the world’s scenario.« rear admiral david fabián burden argentine navy 2016 in cooperation with sponsored by i ms&d, the international conference on maritime security and defence strategic challenges, technological solutions on 7 september 2016, participants from 29 countries made ms&d a truly international conference within smm. co-organised with the specialist journal naval forces, it attracted delegations from navies and coastguards, as well as business, science and administration experts. key topics were defi ned by the challenge to meet an increasing variety of task areas in times of shrinking budgets. to outline prime examples, naval leaders shared their know-how in transnational cooperations such as the role of the indian navy as “a pivotal provider of peace and stability in the indian ocean” as well as the “2050 africa’s integrated maritime strategy”. industry representatives introduced fl exible and cost-effective equipment modules to meet the needs of varying mission profi les – from safeguarding harbours, borders and trade routes, to fi ghting smuggling, or saving refugees. digitalisation also had its impact on the agenda, as measures against cyberattacks on high-tech navy ships, engine technologies with higher sustainability, and the importance of consistent standards (“naval ship code”) rounded off the wide range of issues of this conference. in addition to attending ms&d, the exhibition area in hall b8 offered an excellent practical complement to the delegates (see p. 20). smm-hamburg.com/msd if you’re interested in taking part as a speaker please contact email@example.com
14 offshore dialogue offshore dialogue innovative ways of tackling the crisis leading industry experts illustrated the current developments in the offshore sector during this fourth offshore dialogue in the context of smm. due to the decline in oil prices, companies face tough times. accordingly, topics like savings potential, effi ciency enhancement and product innovation dominated the three panels of the day. particular interest was sparked by the keyword “remote connection”, the permanent access to data capture systems on board or at sea and their connection to land-based data. the expert audience was presented with a wide range of effi ciency-improving applications – from calculating the profi tability of offshore wind parks to analysing and reducing fuel consumption, or remote diagnosing and servicing of machines. to outline the fl ow of data streams and to meet the need for data integrity and cyber security, the audience was presented with a case study and a safety code that has been specifi cally developed for the maritime sector. one example among many within this offshore dialogue that enable the industry to tackle its crisis innovatively. smm-hamburg.com/od if you’re interested in taking part as a speaker please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 2016 in cooperation with sponsored by »this type of forum allows people to really keep up and understand what’s happening and what’s coming up.« steve robertson director, douglas westwood
maritime career market 15 maritime career market new offensives to counter talent shortage on the fi nal day of smm 2016, the maritime career market was held to bring together specialists and potential employers. pupils and students also took the opportunity to receive fi rst-hand information from educational institutions or maritime companies and organisations. the event put a special focus on youth development and ways to tackle the growing talent shortage within the maritime industry. various companies presented themselves and their offerings related to apprenticeships and in-service training. many of them addressed women as a target group that has been greatly neglected so far. in connection with the event, the german branch of the women’s international shipping & trading association (wista) presented the award “personality of the year 2016” to natallia dean of pella sietas gmbh. once again, the maritime career market showed its appeal for both sides – as a valuable platform for talents to gain career information and for companies to secure their competitiveness. smm-hamburg.com/mcm if you’re interested in taking part at the maritime career market please contact email@example.com 2016 supported by media partner »it’s a really wide spread here having students as well as specialists and seniors.« ute schuller hr sales & group functions, man diesel & turbo
16 sponsoring opportunities from special attention to powerful presence let’s make smm your brand arena if there’s one place in the maritime world where you can reach high-value target groups without any scatter, it’s smm and its conferences. take advantage of this unique event and choose our sponsoring opportunities to secure an optimal presence for your brand. possibilities are nearly limitless and awareness is guaranteed. we have vast experience in supporting companies with a range of measures that effectively maximise the visual impact of a brand. depending on your specific needs, you may opt for one of our sponsoring packages – or you may challenge us to develop a tailor-made solution together with you. we’re open for individual formats and love to hear your ideas to make smm your brand arena. our sponsoring packages enable you to • ensure the desired level of attention for your brand • reach specific target groups effectively • generate high-impact visibility among all visitors, straight from the moment of their arrival • address vips or conference delegates and audiences in exclusive and uncluttered environments
17 all sponsorship opportunities include presence in the trade fair media, including the smm website, mobile application, catalogue and visitor guide. the following packages illustrate a choice of possibilities to set a specific focus with a sponsorship investment. visitor package the way to present your company to around 50,000 international visitors and 2,200 exhibitors by sponsoring vip package the choice to call exclusive attention to your business by showing presence conference package the option to address a specialist audience by becoming a sponsor at • maritime future summit • smm lanyards • on the smm vip shuttles • gmec, the global maritime • visitor badges and online tickets • or in our two vip lounges • charging points • or wi-fi areas environmental congress • ms&d, the international conference on maritime security and defence at smm 2016, these companies chose to be sponsors of the whole event or the conferences: main sponsor sponsors conference sponsors for more packages and detailed information please visit smm-hamburg.com/sponsoring your individual sponsoring package please do not hesitate to contact us for a solution tailor-made to your specific needs. mr christoph lücke phone: +49 40 35 69 - 21 35 firstname.lastname@example.org
18 marketing tools from in-app advertising to on-site promotion and beyond let’s make smm your marketing success exhibiting at smm is all about raising attention, initiating communication and, last but not least, generating business success. besides supporting you with modern exhibition facilities, we offer you a wealth of tailor-made marketing tools to help you make the most of your appearance at smm. to attract the attention of your target group at an early stage, we also offer some marketing measures prior to smm. the wide range of options includes newsletter ads to feature your product or service and link to your home page, as well as online and in-app presence including banners and logos. further- more, we offer print ads in the free-of-charge show catalogue and visitor guide, mailing materials, a variety of impressive on-site ad spaces, from mega-posters to wall banners and flags, or licences to carry out a promotion on the spot. our marketing tools enable you to • reach out to new and existing customers long before and during smm • raise attention for your themes, products and exhibition appearance • distinguish your brand from competitors • facilitate your customers’ route to your stand to explore our media services and book your individualised marketing package, please go to smm-hamburg.com/adv our media service team is happy to guide you through our range of advertising options.
theme routes 19 a sure way to have more visitors at your stand become part of smm theme routes we’re proud of attracting around 50,000 visitors and also of leading many of them directly to your stand. by setting up four theme routes, we provide visitors with an innovative guide according to their interests and invite exhibitors to take part. participating exhibitors will be colour-marked speciﬁcally in all the exhibitor directories online and ofﬂine and the smm app. visitors can view them on any device and arrange a personal shortlist. the exhibitors of each route are also marked in the hall plans of the visitor guide. if you’re interested in being part of a theme route please contact email@example.com digital route security route featured companies specialise in the digitalisation the participating exhibitors plan and/or manufacture of processes, including immediate access to vessels and components for civil and military purposes. real- time information, centralisation and networked this route focuses on crew protection, piracy, cyber- sensor systems. attacks and port security, as well as defence technology. green route job route companies destined for this route deal with rising fuel costs, the fast lane to a career in the maritime industry. excess tonnage, proliferating legal regulations, and the exhibitors use this route to ﬁll their applicant pool with increase in efﬁciency of vessels, operations and logistics. potential trainees, university graduates, and young or the exhibitors will also be presented in the smm green experienced professionals. shipping guide. »something i especially appreciate is the idea of establishing theme routes. visitors are guided effectively through these enormous exhibition halls based on their main interests.« alfred schinck sales manager, reintjes
20 green propulsion and maritime security & defence complementing gmec: hall a5 featuring green propulsion alternative marine propulsion is a critical topic for all stakeholders in the maritime industry. hall a5 is exclusively dedicated to this theme and serves as a platform to communicate with operators, manufacturers, owners and policymakers alike. exhibitors present the latest innovations in lng and other alternative marine propulsion. • engine manufacturers • lng shore-side electricity • gas pipelines • hydrogen / fuel cells • lng suppliers • providers of lng • re-gasification systems • systems and components • lng bunkering ships • lng filling stations bunkering infrastructure • dual-fuel technologies • port technology and terminal operators for alternative fuels and alternative propulsion in conjunction with gmec, the global maritime environmental congress at smm, the exhibits in hall a5 provide a holistic view on the theme (see p. 12). »this special hall provided an optimal setting for us to showcase our com- petencies as a specialist for hybrid and fully electric propulsion systems.« andreas baumüller managing director, baumüller group complementing ms&d: hall b8 featuring maritime security & defence ship hijackings, kidnap and ransom, maritime terrorism and cyberattacks threaten the security of the maritime industry – offshore and onshore. the maritime security & defence exhibition section in hall b8 deals with these issues, presenting companies and providers that offer armed security services, security training, risk assessment and measures to prevent cyberattacks. manufacturers of patrol boats, navies and further suppliers complete the range of exhibitors. hall b8 is an excellent practice-based complement to attending ms&d, the international conference on maritime security and defence at smm (see p. 13).
plan & prices plan & prices 21 secure your space our halls are dedicated to specific industry sectors, meeting the needs of exhibitors and making visiting extremely efficient. due to the traditionally very strong demand, it’s recommended to book early. apply online today at smm-hamburg.com/exhibit smm car park shut tle (west entrance to heiligengeistfeld) cch – congress center hamburg planten un blomen park central multistorey car park hall a1 ship operation equipment, environmental technologies deck equipment, cargo handling systems - hall a2 pumps, valves, compressors hall a3-a4 hall a5 prime movers and propulsion systems, lubrication systems and components for alternative fuels and alternative propulsions, port technology and security dammtor smm shuttle to a halls underground car park east stephansplatz smm car park shuttle (heiligengeistfeld to west entrance) national pavilions hall b6 navigation and communication hall b1 hall b2 shipyards, shipbuilding industry production equipment, ship engineering and design national pavilions hall b3-b4 shipyards, shipbuilding industry hall b5 national pavilions general outﬁ tting / interior outﬁ tting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning safety equipment, ﬁ re protection, marine coatings, corrosion protection electric drives, automation, light, sensors and indicators, software and edp, electric equipment marine technology hall b7 shipbuilding material national pavilions hall b8 maritime security and defence shipyards, shipbuilding industry as of april 2017 stand sizes for your every need smm offers perfect options for individual presentations – from small stands to national pavilions. apply by no later than 16 september 2017 and secure your space at smm-hamburg.com/exhibit stand type fee additional costs row stand (1 side open) eur 260 net / sq. m corner stand (2 sides open) eur 290 net / sq. m. front stand (3 sides open) eur 310 net / sq. m. island stand (4 sides open) eur 325 net / sq. m. open-air site eur 170 net / sq. m. compulsory media package for the main exhibitor compulsory media package per co-exhibitor co-exhibitor fee per co-exhibitor eur 500 plus vat eur 500 plus vat eur 300 plus vat official national pavilions eur 325 net / sq. m. auma fee eur 0.60 / sq. m. plus vat min. stand size 20 sq. m.
22 product categories product categories at smm 2018 1 ships (including repairs 2.4 lifting and transport technology 3.8 galley, laundry and provision storage 4.15 turbines 2 shipyard installations and equipment 2.1 accessories 2.2 docks and pontoons 2.3 edp technology 3.10 stairways, rails, top rails 3.11 stock and decoration, lighting, interior fittings 3.11.1 furniture, soft furnishings, covers, floor coverings and refits) 1.1 seagoing ships 1.1.1 bulk carriers 1.1.2 car carriers 1.1.3 container ships 1.1.4 cruise ships 1.1.5 ferries, ropax 1.1.6 fishing vessels 1.1.7 general cargo vessel 1.1.8 heavy lift vessels lng and lpg carriers 1.1.9 1.1.10 luxury & mega yachts 1.1.11 multipurpose vessels 1.1.12 oil tankers 1.1.13 other special vessels 1.1.14 product and chemicals carriers 1.1.15 roro ships 1.2 inland waterway crafts 1.2.1 barges 1.2.2 dry cargo vessels 1.2.3 ferries 1.2.4 passenger vessels 1.2.5 tankers 1.3 naval vessels patrol vessels 1.3.1 opv / ipv offshore and inshore 1.3.2 special purpose and auxiliary naval vessels 1.3.3 submarines 1.3.4 surface warships 1.4 offshore vessels 1.4.1 ahts (anchor-handling tug supplies) 1.4.2 crew transfer vessels 1.4.3 drill ships 1.4.4 fpso / fso / fsu / fsru… 1.4.5 offshore supply vessels 1.4.6 seismic research vessels 1.4.7 wind turbine installation vessels 1.5 special purpose ships special-purpose ships 1.5.1 barges 1.5.2 crafts for authorities and 1.5.3 dredgers 1.5.4 icebreakers 1.5.5 other special purpose vessels 1.5.6 research vessels (fishery and scientific) 1.5.7 tugs / push boats 1.6 ship sections, superstructures and deckhouses 2.5 measuring technology 2.6 metal processing and metalworking 2.7 paint spraying equipment 2.8 scaffolding and racking 2.9 ship cleaning 2.10 storage technology 3 ship fittings and equipment 3.1 shipbuilding materials and semi-finished goods 3.1.1 non-ferrous metal 3.1.2 other shipbuilding materials 3.1.3 plastic material 3.1.4 shipbuilding steel 3.2 canals and cable channel 3.3 doors and windows 3.3.1 doors 3.3.2 locks and hinges 3.3.3 windows and portholes 3.4 heat, noise and fire insulation 3.5 lifts and escalators 3.5.1 passenger lifts and escalators 3.5.2 other lifts 3.6 pipes and hoses 3.7 room layout including ventilation and air-conditioning plants 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 for corridors, lobbies, accommodation, dining rooms, lounges and shops for operational and catering areas, nautical rooms, workshops and stores for recreation areas, hospital and sanitary facilities 3.8.1 galley equipment 3.8.2 laundry equipment 3.8.3 provision stores and cold stores 3.9 ship, deck and safety equipment accessories 3.9.1 anchors, anchor chains, fittings and 3.9.2 deck coverings 3.9.3 deck machinery and accessories 3.9.4 hatch covers and fittings 3.9.5 3.9.6 marine coatings, anti-corrosion materials 3.9.7 nbc – protection 3.9.8 safety and rescue equipment insulation 3.11.2 interior decoration, colour schemes, 3.11.3 light fittings paints for interior use 3.12 walls, ceilings, furniture systems and modules 3.12.1 cabins and cabin modules 3.12.2 furniture systems and modules 3.12.3 walls and ceilings 3.13 ship hull protection 3.13.1 electric cathodic protection, iccp 3.13.2 galvanic cathodic protection 3.13.3 hull & propeller coating 4 prime movers, gears and drive systems 4.1 bearings 4.2 brakes 4.3 combustion engines 4.3.1 <1 mw 4.3.2 1–30 mw 4.3.3 >30 mw 4.4 couplings 4.5 engine components 4.6 engine maintenance 4.7 exhaust gas systems / exhaust gas treatment 4.8 fuel cell drives 4.9 gears 4.10 drive shaft units 4.11 hybrid drives 4.12 injection systems 4.13 other drive systems 4.14 tools and accessories 4.16 turbochargers 5 auxiliary systems for prime movers 5.1 compressed air systems 5.2 cooling water systems 5.3 diesel generators 5.4 fuel systems 5.4.1 dual-fuel 5.4.2 electric storage systems 5.4.3 lng 5.4.4 methanol / biofuels 5.4.5 mfo / mdo 5.5 engine room hoists 5.6 fuels, coolants and lubricants 5.7 lubricating oil systems
23 5.8 shaft-driven generators 8.7 cranes (heavy lift) 10.7 systems and equipment for the control of 5.9 sludge and dirty oil systems 8.8 cargo-handling systems for liquid marine pollution cargo 8.9 cryogenic, storage and handling systems 11 ports and port for lpg / lng cargo technology 6 propulsors, manoeuvring devices, 6.1 propellers 6.2 propeller nozzles 6.3 water-jet drives stabilisers and energy- 8.10 cargo-handling systems for other cargo 11.1 cargo handling and transport systems saving devices 8.11 dredging equipment 11.2 external power supply systems 9 electrical engineering / 11.4 port construction and infrastructure 11.3 gas storage, supply and transfer systems electronics 6.4 vertical axis propellers 9.1 edp technology 6.5 rudder units 6.6 steering gears 6.7 fin stabiliser units 6.8 podded drives & rudder propellers 6.9 thrusters & pump jets 6.10 energy-saving devices (esd) 7 ship operation equipment 9.2 electric energy generation and conversion 9.2.1 converters 9.2.2 electric motors 9.2.3 generators, gensets 9.2.4 outside lighting systems 9.2.5 power take-off generators 9.2.6 shore power intake systems 9.2.7 transformers 9.2.8 transverters 7.1 air-conditioning and ventilation systems 9.3 monitoring systems 7.2 cooling systems 9.4 navigation and communication systems 11.5 port logistics 11.6 port security systems 11.7 supply and disposal systems 11.8 vessel traffic 12 maritime services 12.1 classification 12.2 consulting 12.3 design 12.4 documentation 12.5 education and research 12.6 financing 12.7 hydrography 12.8 institutions, organisations and associations 12.9 insurance 12.10 logistics services 12.11 offshore structure decommissioning 12.12 ship recycling 12.13 ship suppliers / ship chandlers 12.14 training and simulation 12.15 vessel protection teams 7.3 environmental protection technology and products 7.4 fire detecting and alarm systems 7.5 fire extinguishing systems 7.6 fresh water systems 7.7 heating systems 7.8 heel compensation units 7.9 pump and ballast systems 7.10 ship safety equipment 7.11 tank cleaning systems 7.12 tank filling systems 7.13 tank heating systems 7.14 waste systems 7.15 waste water systems 7.16 ballast water treatment systems 7.17 special purpose cranes and hoists 8 cargo handling systems and special vessel equipment 8.1 cranes 8.2 lashing material and systems 8.3 conveyor systems 8.4 pneumatic transfer systems 8.5 other mechanical loading and unloading systems 8.6 cranes (container, bulk and other) systems (ecdis) and manufacturing 9.4.1 autopilot and trackpilot systems 9.4.2 dynamic positioning systems 9.4.3 electronic chart display and information 9.4.4 engine control room equipment, design 9.4.5 external communication 9.4.6 gyrocompasses 9.4.7 9.4.8 intra-ship communications 9.4.9 navigation bridge equipment, design 9.4.10 radars 9.4.11 steering control systems and manufacturing integrated bridge 9.5 shipboard networks, switchgear, installation 9.6 ship management systems 9.7 ship operation and automation equipment 9.8 warning and safety equipment 10 marine technology 10.1 fixed and floating marine structures / platforms 10.2 marine data, measurement and seismic research technology 13 naval weapon systems 13.1 counter-piracy systems 13.2 diving and underwater equipment 13.3 missiles, artillery, torpedoes 13.4 naval aviation 13.5 unmanned vehicles 14 shipbrokers and charterers 10.3 offshore technology for exploitation of 15 shipowners natural resources 10.4 polar technology 10.5 subsea technology 10.6 systems and equipment for marine research 16 media
24 inmex smm india »it’s important to be a part of inmex smm india as this is the biggest platform in the maritime industry to make your presence felt. we are surely looking forward to participating in inmex smm india for years to come.« atrey sawant business head, mandovi drydocks 3 – 5 october 2017 inmex smm india south asia’s largest maritime event after a successful premiere of inmex smm india, the global fair organisers hamburg messe und congress gmbh and informa exhibitions will be combining forces again for south asia’s largest maritime exhibition and conference from 3 – 5 october 2017 in mumbai. the show includes a congress outlining current and future trends in the maritime sector‚ as well as an international b2b buyer programme and the renowned cimac circle. attracting over 600 participating companies from more than 30 countries around the world, inmex smm india will host international pavilions from countries such as china, denmark, germany, the united states and many more. in addition, there will be a compelling conference programme presenting high-level industry representatives discussing current developments in the region. inmex smm india features: • 600+ participating companies from 30 countries • 8,000+ business visitors • numerous country pavilions from all over the world • 300+ specialised business meetings through b2b buyer programme grow your international network and showcase your products and services to a captive regional audience by securing your stand at the fair today. registration is now open at inmex-smm-india.com contact: mr christoph lücke | +49 40 35 69 - 21 35 | firstname.lastname@example.org
windenergy hamburg 25 »hamburg has fully delivered on its claim to be the world’s leading wind energy expo.« matthias zelinger ceo, vdma power systems 25 – 28 september 2018 windenergy hamburg the global on- and offshore expo the power of wind has traditionally been very important to the maritime industry. that’s why the world’s leading expo for wind energy perfectly complements smm. the two industries have strong ties, and hamburg is the global capital of the wind industry with its many international corporations, start-ups and deep offshore wind energy experts. make the most of your trip by extending your stay and exhibiting at windenergy hamburg, which takes place shortly after smm. two exhibitions back to back represent a great opportunity to maximise your investment and develop business in two different, yet closely related industries. windenergy hamburg features: • more than 1,400 exhibitors showcasing products and services along the entire value chain of wind energy – onshore and offshore. • more than 500 of the exhibitors are representing offshore wind. • some 35,000 visitors from all over the world who specialise in wind energy and in the energy sector. • teaming up with the leading conference – the windeurope summit – taking place parallel to windenergy hamburg 2018 and creating a unique global gathering of the industry. secure your stand at windenergyhamburg.com contact: mr andreas arnheim | +49 40 35 69 - 22 63 | email@example.com
26 seatrade europe »this is undoubtedly the most important event for the industry in the whole of europe. this is where you meet all of the key stakeholders and policymakers.« michael thamm ceo, costa group 6 – 8 september 2017 seatrade europe the ultimate gathering of europe’s cruise and river cruise industries from 6 – 8 september 2017, seatrade europe will return to bring together key stakeholders of the cruise and river cruise communities to meet, discuss and innovate for the future of the industry. the three-day event will take place in the hub of the european cruise industry, hamburg; germany’s highest-ranking cruise port, with 342 ship arrivals and 1,109,000 passengers over the past two years alone. now approaching its ninth edition, seatrade europe will combine a showcase exhibition, innovative conference and unrivalled networking opportunities to bring you one of europe’s most important live events. set to welcome approximately 5,000 participants from all over the world, including 250 exhibitors from 50 countries, seatrade europe is truly a must-attend event for anyone wanting to meet with the european cruise lines, key decision makers and notable figures for the cruise industry. • 95% of all exhibitors rated seatrade europe 2015 as ‘good’ or ‘very good’ • 83% of all exhibitors were able to make contact with either the majority or all of their most important target groups • 88% of visitors are involved in purchasing decisions don’t miss this opportunity and book your stand now at seatrade-europe.com/exhibit contact: ms kristina hagemann | +49 40 35 69 - 24 36 | firstname.lastname@example.org
nortec 27 »nortec has been a gold mine for us, and it has exceeded our expectations. we were able to communicate with many major customers and establish numerous new business contacts.« stefan gromm owner of gustav f.w. lange ohg and sales partner of schunk gmbh & co. kg for hamburg, schleswig-holstein and northern lower saxony 23 – 26 january 2018 nortec trade fair for production nortec showcases production machinery equipment and solutions for manufacturing processes along the entire value chain of metalworking production. from 23 – 26 january 2018, nortec in hamburg is the fi rst meeting point of the year for the production technology sector. here smes from the metalworking industry meet to plan investment in machines and equipment in the even years. nortec exhibitors present production technologies and best-practice solutions for smes to get ready for industry 4.0, paving the way for digitalisation in production. nortec features: • over 400 exhibitors showcasing machines, tools, handling solutions and expertise along the entire value chain of production • 12,000 specialist visitors from small and medium-sized companies in the metalworking sector • 78% of all visitors rated nortec ‘very good’ or ‘good’ • 90% of all visitors said their expectations had been met be part of it and book your stand today at nortec-hamburg.de contact: ms deborah schmalbach | +49 40 35 69 - 22 61 | email@example.com
28 smm support to achieve the best, count on the best all our experience for your success hamburg messe and congress is dedicated to helping our partners and exhibitors boost the impact of their business internationally. we have unrivalled expertise in the fi eld of maritime and technology trade fairs, enabling us to organise delegations, national pavilions and smm events around the world. from our headquarters in hamburg, germany, and through our international network of smm repre sen- tative offi ces, we can provide you with all the support you need, including personal consultation concerning exhibition stand support, travel information, accommodation services and marketing activities. contact if you require more information about smm 2018, please contact: phone: +49 40 35 69 - 21 47 fax: +49 40 35 69 - 21 49 firstname.lastname@example.org smm-hamburg.com »it was again a great experience to be here. we learnt a lot, and we were able to get plenty of inspiration and establish great new business contacts.« nawfal al-jourani head of dubai maritime cluster offi ce »smm is a very lively trade fair, and the response to our presence here was great.« derrick armstrong cowan marketing offi cer, malaysian national pavilion
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30 location hamburg welcome to the home of smm a maritime metropolis that connects tradition with innovation the “new york times” raves about hamburg as a paradise for architecture and design lovers. locals just call it the world’s most beautiful city. located between the north sea and the baltic sea, hamburg benefi ts from a unique geographic position and has a long maritime tradition, which the hanseatic citizens are proud of. with germany’s largest seaport and the entire value chain of the shipping industry on-site, hamburg stands out as the nation’s most important hub for global trade, enjoying growth in various business and science sectors. the city brims with open-mindedness and a coexistence of tradition and innovation, which is admired by millions of visitors every year. smm enjoys a prime event location right in the centre of the city, close to excellent hotels, shopping centres, music venues, cinemas, theatres and museums. so when visiting smm, make sure to have a spare moment. at least for hamburg’s latest attraction. at the top of a pier, the recently opened concert hall elbphilharmonie shines as the city’s new landmark, welcoming visitors from around the world to a visionary metropolis. it’s defi nitely smart to swing by. to plan your voyage to hamburg, please visit smm-hamburg.com/travel photo: www.mediaserver.hamburg.de / christian spahrbier »all key industries with maritime relevance are represented here.« frank horch senator, ministry for economy, transport and innovation of the free and hanseatic city of hamburg
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