4–7 sept 2018 smm-hamburg.com the leading international maritime trade fair SMM insights 2018 b u s i n e s s s t r a t e g i e s c o s t - e f ﬁ c i e n c y digital transition green shipping career opportunities 5 h 3° 3 a 3´ 4 m b 7˝ N, 9° 5 urg 8´ 3 3˝ E
2 welcome all in one place Our halls are dedicated to speciﬁc industry sectors, grouping exhibitors practically and making visiting extremely efﬁcient. contents 02 – 03 welcome 04 – 05 why SMM 06 – 07 SMM Maritime Industry Report 08 – 13 exhibitors 14 theme routes 15 SMM online 16–17 conferences and events 18–19 Maritime Future Summit 20–21 gmec 22–23 MS&D 25 TradeWinds Shipowners Forum, MariMatch 26 Maritime Career Market 27 registration and prices 24 Offshore Dialogue 28 plan your trip 30–31 location hamburg
3 it’s SMMart to visit the world’s #1 trade fair for the maritime industry Every two years we call the maritime industry to get together – and every time we’re overwhelmed by the response. Opening on 4 September, this year’s SMM will see a record-breaking number of exhibitors from all over the world and prove to be a visitor magnet again. What sets SMM apart is the global relevance created by the trade fair and its accompanying conferences. Like no other event in the maritime industry, SMM offers a platform for inspiration, networking and business for visitors and exhibitors alike. It’s here where the key players of the various sectors come together to unveil innovations and discuss new strategies. On more than 90,000 m2 in 13 halls, all the urgent topics in SMMart shipping are represented – from exploiting new market opportunities to coping with high pressure on cost-efﬁciency, and from managing game-changing digitalisation technology trends to handling challenging current and future environmental requirements. This issue of SMM Insights gives you a compact overview of what to expect from your visit. While choosing your highlights and planning your trip, please bear in mind: it’s SMMart to stay in Hamburg for the weekend as well. Looking forward to welcoming you in September 2018 in our beautiful maritime metropolis. watch our trailer to get a glimpse of SM smm-hamburg.com/ trailer M Bernd Aufderheide President and CEO Claus Ulrich Selbach Business Unit Director
4 why SMM who’s here? everyon SMM merges information and fascination. It offers everything that maritime professionals from all over the world look for, packed in a perfectly organised four-day event that opens with the Maritime Future Summit the day before. What drives the maritime world is what drives SMM: it’s here that industry experts seek and ﬁ nd ways to use special markets to develop business and to broaden their perspective on future areas of maritime technology and upcoming necessities. There is no better place to discuss options on how to survive under exceptional international pricing for new ships or freight rates and to learn how to beneﬁ t from the advantages of digitalisation, be it 3D printing in production or autonomous systems in shipping. And of course, it’s the stage for regulators and politicians who have greener shipping and public acceptance on their agenda – as well as for innovators who present the solutions. 95% 97% overwhelmingly positive response 95%* of the visitors rated SMM 2016 either excellent or good in an overall assessment of the event. Exchange information and experience with peers will be attending SMM 2018 97%* of all visitors indicated that they are either considering or will certainly be attending SMM 2018 32% 55% 42% 35% 48% 26% 46% Education / building on own specialist knowledge Check out the competition Generate new business leads Gain an overview of developments in the industry Touch base with existing Learn about innovations and new technology business contacts visitor breakdown by purpose of visit in 2016 (more than one answer possible) * data from an independent trade fair survey at SMM 2016
5 ryone 50,000 visitors from 124 nations »Right on the pulse of shipping, SMM is a must-attend event for the maritime industry. At the centre are the technical solutions and topics of the future. The enormous diversity of participants and events guarantees strong impetus.« Richard von Berlepsch, Managing Director Fleet Management, Hapag-Lloyd
6 SMM Maritime Industry Report within a sea of challenges, optimism SMM’s Maritime Industry Report serves as the industry’s mood barometer. It displays a short-term forecast among visitors and exhibitors of SMM. In an online survey* taken in July 2017, they predicted their business situation by the end of 2018. Concerning future investments, two of the shipping industry’s central topics are the IMO Ballast Water Convention and transition to the low sulphur cap regulation. In regard to that, the survey shows the percentage of participants who will have to invest – and what type of investment and kind of fuel technologies they would opt for. Are you planning investments due to the IMO Ballast Water Convention? No 65% Reasons for no investments Type of investment 33% 54% 85% 35% Ships aren’t affected Ships already comply 13% 21% 6% Don’t know Yes Upgrade ships Retire and replace ships Something else Which kind of fuels will you prefer when making future investments? Solar Others Methanol Wind 9% 39% 6% 5% 9% 8% 21% 9% Don’t know MDO Electricity-based synthetic fuels HFO/MFO LNG 44% Which combination? 36% Hybrid drive technologies / combination of different fuels MDO/LNG HFO/MDO 15% 52% 49% I’m not sure yet 13% 8% MDO/Electric Other fuels/technologies
7 ism rules what’s driving the sectors? shipping Rates: Most participants expect improved freight and charter rates, along with better capacity utilisation. Ordering: 43% do not plan on ordering new ships before the end of 2018. Investments: The IMO Ballast Water Convention demands investments into ﬂeet for over 50%. Most prefer upgrading their ships to ordering new ones. Fuels: LNG is regarded to be the most promising fuel option for the future. Still, MDO and HFO/MFO make up a higher share even for future investments. Digitalisation: About 1/3 sees unmanned shipping as a viable commercial option, with 20 years as a realistic time frame to establish the technology. »In my opinion, SMM is the best relation- ship fair of the entire maritime world, and it’s always worth the trip. All the custom- ers 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 »SMM is a must for shipowners who want to build competitive ad- vantage through advanced technol- ogy. Our member companies want to be part of that, of course.« Ralf Nagel, Managing Board Member, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR) shipyards Business: A majority of 2/3 says that further consolidation will shape the industry. Digitalisation: 59% see an increased interest in remote monitoring for two main reasons – having more information and being able to intervene from land. suppliers Business: Suppliers see increasing sales possibilities, also for their innovations, which 74% of them are able to sell at least occasionally. Fuels: LNG is expected to be in high demand in the future, in general and also as an important element of hybrid drive systems. Digitalisation: There is an increased perceived interest in remote monitoring. * survey was carried out in July 2017 with 2,454 participants.
8 exhibitors prepare to meet the maritime world’s industry l 2,200 exhibitors from
9 y leaders 66 countries
an excerpt of our exhibitors (a–z / 1,000 out of 2,2 A 3A Composites A. Mallios S. Tsoukatou A. Winter 3D-Konstruktions A.T.P. Avanzate Tecnologie Aage Hempel Abato Motoren ABB Automation Abeking & Rasmussen Schiffs- und Yachtwerft Abhitech Energycon Aboa Mare ABS Europe ABS Nautical Systems AC Antennas AC Magellan ACM Bearings ACO Marine Activ Marine Activ Spólka Adiabatix Adolf Würth Advanced Pneumatic Marine Advantage Austria ADZ Nagano AEGIR-Marine AEM - Anhaltische Elektromotorenwerk Dessau AEP Marine Parts Aerius Marine Aerzener Maschinenfabrik AF Offshore AeronMollier AHB Service AIK Flammadur Brandschutz AITAC d.o.o AKE Ausseer Kälte und Edelstahltechnik Alamarin-Jet Albert Aldo Galli Alewijnse Marine Nijmegen Alfa Europe Alfa Laval Mid Europe Alfa Mimarlik Dekor Alfons Haar Maschinenbau Allweiler ALNOR Ventilation Systems Alpha Process Controls Alphatron Marine Alucoil Aluminox Aluship Technology AMI Exchangers AMI Marine Amot Amtico International Anaf Fire Protection Andair Andritz Anglo Belgian Corporation Anton Blaj Antti Teollisuus Antwerp Diesel Pumps Aphadynamic Pumps API Marine Apollo Fire Detectors Apolon Climate Engineering apra-norm Elektromechanik Aquametro Oil & Marine aquatherm ARI Simulation Armando Cimolai Centro Servizi Armaturen-Wolff Friedrich H. Wolff Asmar Shipyards Asociacion Cluster del Naval Gallego A-SPE Europe I. Mianowski Spólka Jawna Asry Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Assa Abloy Hospitality Marine Division Association of Singapore Marine Industries Astilleros Armon ATB Schorch atg UV Technology Atlantic Spare Parts Atlas Copco Atlas Tersanecilik August F.M. Bohnhoff AUMA Riester Ausmar Madrid Auson Autotestgeräte Leitenberger Autronica Fire and Security AVAT Automation Aventics Aveva AVIC International Ship Development AVL List AZOV Cable Company B B&R Industrie-Elektonik Bachmann electronic Baglietto BALance Technology Consulting Baltic Safety Products Baltic Spares Service Baltic Workboats Banco Bansal Marine Bansal Separators & Spares Banten BASS Software Bauer Kompressoren Baumüller Nürnberg Bayards Aluminium Constructies Baze Technology BC Deutschland Becker Marine Systems Beckhoff Automation bedea Berkenhoff & Drebes Bedia Motorentechnik Beijer Electronics Beijing Grip Pipe Tech Belzona Polymerics Bender Bengi Engine Repair & Trading benntec Systemtechnik Berg Armaturen Steuerungen Bergaﬂex Bergo Flooring Berluto Armaturen Besenzoni BESI Marine Systems Besikt Shipyard Bexco Bez Marine Interiors Bilﬁnger Engineering & Technologies billi dichtungstechnik Bio Sea BIS Bremerhaven Blastrac Blohm + Voss BLRT Grupp Blue Marine Trading Blue Ocean Solutions bluleu LED Solutions Bohamet Bolidt Synthetic Products & Systems BOLL & KIRCH Filterbau Bombas Azcue Bonﬁglioli Riduttori Böning Automationstechnologie Bosch Rexroth Bosung Engineering BREDO® Dockgesellschaft mbH Breezemarine Group Bröhl Brombach & Gess Bronswerk Group Brunvoll BST-Brandschutztechnik BUKH-BREMEN Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau Bundeswehr Bureau Veritas Bürkert Werke Business France C C&C Shipping Solutions C.A.I.M. C.C. Jensen C.-Job Naval Architects C.L. BECKER Caesar Shipping Services Cammell Laird Shiprepairers & Shipbuilders Canepa & Campi Carco Caretta Interiors Cargo Care Solutions Carl Croonen Cassens & Plath Cast Iron Welding Services Castrol Caterpillar Marine Cathelco CENTA Antriebe Kirschey Centro Alesatura Ceragon Networks CET-Hamburg Changzhou CTC Pipelines System ChartCo Chelsea Technologies Group China Classiﬁcation Society China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation China State Shipbuilding Corporation Chris-Marine Christian Bindemann Chugoku Paints Cimolai Technology Circor Pumping Technologies CIS Elektrotechnik CJR Propulsion Class NK Cleanmarine Cleemann Chair-Systems CLENA-Werke Deutschland Click Bond Climax CM Technologies C-MAP Norway CMR Group HQ Cobham Satcom CODie software products Coldharbour Marine Combijet Manufacturing Combitrade Comtech Consilium Corrosion Cotecmar COTESI Companhia de Têxteis Sintéticos CR Ocean Engineering Craftmer Crane Process Flow Technologies Craneship Shipyard Crist Croatian Chamber of Economy Cryonorm Systems Cryostar CSI Control Systems Cummins Current Scientiﬁc Corporation D Daeyang Electric Daido Metal Daikin Europe Damen Schelde Marine Services Damen Shiprepair & Conversion Holding Damen Shipyards Group Dana Brevini Danelec Marine Danfoss Daniamant Danish Cruise & Ferry Group Danish Marine Group Data Link Data Respons Datema Nautical Safety DBSV - Deutscher Boots- und Schiffbauer- Verband De Nora Water Technologies De Wave DECI Deckma Hamburg Decoral System® Deif Power & Marine Delitek Dellner Brakes Demetriades Hydraulics Deno Compressors Depo Desan Shipyard Desmi Pumping Technology DETEGASA - Desarrollo Tecnic Industriales de Galicia Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt DGS Diesel- und Getriebeservice d-i davit international-hische Diesel - Elektrik Friedrich Tacke Diesel and Marine Group Dinse Discom DMR Kloska Service DMT DNV GL Docmap Doe Dolphin Marine Engineering & Trading Domeyer Dormac Dr. E. Horn Drägerwerk Drahtseilwerk Drew Marine Drewil DSR Corp. Dualog DUAP Fuel Injection Equipment Dubai Maritime City Authority Duramax Marine Dutch Thruster Group DV-B Drehverbindungen Bautzen DVV Media Group DVZ-SERVICES DW-ShipConsult Dynamic Castings E EagleBurgmann Eastragon International Trade Easy-Laser Eaton Electrical Systems Eekels Technology Eibach Gruppe Heinrich Eibach EK HIP Hardware Elaﬂex - Gummi Ehlers Elcome International Electronic Service Eleship Electrical Design & Engineering Elettrotek Kabel Eliche Radice Ellwood Crankshaft Group Elpro Group Elsﬂether Werft Eltorque Embron Group Emder Werft und Dock GmbH Emerson Automation Solutions Marine Enag Endress + Hauser Messtechnik Englisch Dekor Handels Enoc System Enrico Polipodio Ensar Gemi ve yan Sanayi Ensepatec Germany Enterprise Estonia Enterprise Greece
,200) Envairtec Environmental Protection Engineering Enwa Water Technology Epak Eplan Software & Service e-powered marine solutions Epsco Deutschland Erc Technik Erhard Luttkau Eriks Econosto Nederland Erma First ESK Engineering Solutions Ertecna Lda. EST-Floattech Eucaro Eugen Arnold Eugen Seitz EVAC Evoqua Water Technologies exactEarth ExxonMobil Marine F Fabrik chemischer Präparate von Dr. Richard Sthamer Faccin Famor FarSounder Fassmer Fast Faymonville Distribution Feltes FIL-TEC RIXEN Filtration Group Filtrex Fincantieri FinMetalock Finnøy Gear & Propeller Fire Fighting Systems FireSeal Produkter Fischer Abgastechnik FKT Faßbender Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft mbH FLIR Belgium BVBA Fluid Global Solutions FM PBW Bearings FN Diving Rotterdam Forbo Flooring System Fosen Yard Framo Francesco Baglietto e Figlio Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Freudenberg Technische Ausrüstung Friedrich Marx Fritz Barthel Armaturen Fuchs Fördertechnik Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding Furniture Club-Made in Germany Furuno Future Pipe Industries Fuyuan Turbo FWT Composites & Rolls G G. Theodor Freese GALI Deutschland Galperti Engineering and Flow Control Ganser Garrets International GE Marine Gea Westfalia Separator Group Geesa Geislinger Gelenkwellenwerk Gemak Gemi Gemo Generalmarine GenSys Geo. Gleistein & Sohn Georg Fischer Piping Systems Georg Schünemann Gerﬂor Transport Flooring Gerhard D. Wempe German Lashing Robert Böck German Naval Yards Kiel Germania Shipyard Agency GeRon Gurt- und Hebetechnik Gesellschaft für Wirtschafts- und Technologieförderung Rostock Ghibson Italia Gianneschi Pumps and Blowers Gietech GIM Ship Supply & Services Giro Engineering Gislaved Folie Gisma Steckverbinder GL Yachtverglasung Glamox Glenair Global Concept Global Davit Glomex Gloryholder LGM Europe GMT - German Association for Marine Technology GMT Gummi-Metall-Technik Goltens Rotterdam Göpfert Grammer Grand Bahama Shipyard Greenyard Gromex GSPN Limited Glinar Guangzhou Boyi Exhibition Guenther Polska SP Zoo Guma Tech Marine Services H H + G Meister H. Cegielski- Poznan H. Marahrens Schiffs- und Sicherheitsbeschilderung H.Henriksen H+H Engineering & Service Haci Ayvaz Endüstriyel Haelok Haixing Maritime Electric Group Hamann Hamilton Jet Hammelmann Hanla IMS Hans Lutz Maschinenfabrik HANSA – Schiffahrts-Verlag Hasse & Wrede Hat San Gemi Hatecke Hawke Transit System HBC-radiomatic HCE - Hyva Capital Equipment Headway Technology Heat Nord Heatmaster Heavy Engineering Industries & Shipbuilding HEICO Befestigungstechnik Heila Cranes Nederland Heinen & Hopman Engineering Heinrich Behrens Pumpenfabrik Heinrich Rönner Gruppe Heinzmann Heise Schiffsinnenausbau Heitec Helkama Bica Hella Fahrzeugteile Austria Hellenika Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Helseth Hempel Hepburn Bio Care Hepworth International Herberg Systems Herborner Pumpentechnik Herculan Marine Hermanos Toimil Garcia Herose Armaturen und Metalle HF-Magellan Hidramar Hiﬁ Filer Hijos de J. Barrer Hilbig Hilti Aktiengesellschaft Hitachi Nico Transmission HMB LINTEC marine HMS Hanseatic Marine Services Hodt Korrosionsschutz Hoerbiger Ventilwerke Holland Shipyards Holmberg Honeywell Hoover Ferguson Hoppe Marine Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik Hoyer HS Hafen Service HSVA Hamburgische Schiffbau- Versuchsanstalt HTI Cordes & Graefe HTI-GESAB Hoch-Temperatur Industrieanlagen HTS Hamburger Technik Service Huanan Building Materials Hubert Palﬁnger Technologies HUD-Hongkong United Dockyards Hug Engineering Hull Vane Hüsna Yapi HYDAC System &Services Hyde Marine Hydro Armor Sales Hydro Holding Offenburg I IBMO BV Sealing Systems icotek Idromeccanica Forani & Pecorari igus® Ihse IKM Instrutek IMES Imesa IMG Ingenieurtechnik und Maschinenbau IMH - Indutec Metall Handelsgesellschaft Indar Electric Industri Guerra Industrial and Marine Services Engineering INELTEH Ingeteam Power Technology in-innovative navigation Inmarsat Global Inrotech Insatech Intellian Technologies Intelligent Engineering International Farbenwerke Intertek ShipCare InWaterTec c/o MC Marketing Consulting Iridium ISES ISIC Island Computer Systems Isoleader Istanbul Exporters’ Association Italgroup ITH Izzet Cakan Gemi J J.P. Sauer & Sohn Maschinenbau Japan Grace Japan Marine United Corporation Japan Radio Company (JRC) Japan Ship Exporters’ Association Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association Jason Engineering Jastram Jeremi Jets Vacuum Jiangsu Huayan Marine Equipment Jinan Zhongchuan Equipment Jobson Italia John Deere Power Systems John Gjerde John Lilley & Gillie Johnson Controls Denmark ApS, Marine Johnson Matthey Catalysts Jotron Group Jotun Jowa Germany Jowo - Systemtechnik Jumo K Kabe Ingenieurbüro Kaefer Schiffsausbau Kaeser Kompressoren Kahlenberg Industries Kalmar Germany Geschäftsbereich NAVIS KAMAG Transporttechnik Karberg & Hennemann Karl Dose Karl Knuth Karmøy Winch Katsa Kawasaki Precision Machinery Kelvin Hughes Kelvion Holding Kemel Europe KET Marine International Kilkanen Kistler Instrumente kleinhempel Kloska Klüber Lubrication München KME Germany Knaack & Jahn Schiffbau Kockumation Group Kohler Power Systems Kompressorenbau Bannewitz Kone Kongsberg Maritime Koninklijke Niestern Sander Konutherm B.V. Thermal Fluid Systems Körting Hannover KOW Watertreatment Kracht KRAL Kranendonk Industrial Services BV KROHNE Norway KS Kolbenschmidt KSB KTR Systems Kühme Armaturen Kumera KuWo-Energy Kuzey Star Shipyard Kuzuﬂex Metal San TIC. KVH Industries Kwant Controls Kyma L La Leonessa LAB Lagersmit Sealing Solutions Lalizas Italia Lammers Schiffselektronik Lampre Lankhorst Ropes Lars Thrane Laser Cladding Singapore LBI - Les Bronzes d’Industrie Lean Marine Sweden Leimec Leistritz Pumpen Lerbs Lethe Friedrich Leutert Liebherr LightPartner Lichtsysteme Liguria Produce Marine Consortium Lila
Lindab Lindemann Marine Products Lindemann Lindenberg-Anlagen Lintec Testing Services Lisnave Estaleiros Navais Littau LK Valves Lloyd Dynamowerke Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven Lloyd’s List Lloyd’s Register Group LMG Marin Logan Clutch Corporation Loipart Lopolight L’Orange LTH-Baas Ludwig Hunger Werkzeug- und Maschinenfabrik Luhe-Stahl LUKOIL Marine Lubricants Luminell Lürssen Werft Lürssen-Kröger Werft M M&M Software M. E. Solutions M. Jürgensen M.A.C. System Solutions MacGregor Mackay-Rotterdam Maersk Fluid Technology MAHLE International MAN Diesel & Turbo MANN + HUMMEL Mapei Maprom Engineering Mardtec Mare Safety maresystems Maretron Marichem Marigases Maridis MARIKO MARIN Maritime Research Institute Netherlands Marine Alutech Marine Data Systems Marine Electricals Marine Engineering Bureau Marine Engineers Corp. Marine Jet Power Marine LNG Zeebrügge Marine Service Marine Support Marine Technologies MarineLine - Advanced Polymer Coatings Marinetech Middle East Marinﬂoc Sales and Production MARISO Maritime Montering Maritime Reporter Engineering News Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland WTSH Maritimt Magasin Märkisches Werk Marlink Martechnic Martin Bruusgaard MARTIN Membrane Systems Maschinenfabrik Alﬁng Kessler Maschinenfabrik Engineering Works K. Christian Steen Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen Power Quality Management Masson Marine Mastex Software Materiaal Metingen Europe BV MME Group MC Marketing Consulting McNabb Marketing Resources MEC Container Safety Systems Mecklenburger Metallguss Medana & Visca Medi 3 Ship Med MediaMobil Communication Mehler Engineered Defence MEIKO Maschinenbau MELCAL MEP Pellegrini Marine Equipments Mercodor Sondermaschinenbau Merlin Diesel Systems Messua Metalcolour Sverige Metalika MetaLine Surface Protection Metalock Engineering Germany Metawell Metcoex Metal Companies Metis Cyberspace Technology Meyer Werft Miba Gleitlager Austria Michell Bearings Microtem MIM - Marine- und Industrie-Montage Mineralka Minex Romania Minimax Fire Solutions International Mirador Engineering & Technology Miros Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment Co., Ltd. Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Mittler Report Verlag MM-Offshore MMS Marine Motor Service Modell Møbler Mönch Verlagsgesellschaft mbH MONTI - Werkzeuge Monti & Barabino Mörer Schiffselektronik Axel Behrens e.K. Morocco Marine Service motcom Moteurs Baudouin Motorenfabrik Hatz Motor-Service Sweden Moxa Europe MSC Nikita Maximov MSHS Metalock Engineering MSR-Electronic MSS MTG-Dolphin MTS Camshafts MTS Marine Technical Services MTU Friedrichshafen Muehlhan müller co-ax ag Mullion - Ursuit Müpro Myo Denizcilik Ve Gemi Havuzlama N NGL Machining NICO International UAE Nicol Industrie Nicomar Nidec Nieland Niessing Anlagenbau Niigata Power Systems NIMASA Nigerian Maritime Admistration and Safety Agency Nippon Diesel Service Nippon Paint Marine Nitto Belgium noecon Nonius Engineering nora systems NORAC Norderwerft Nordseetaucher Noris Group Norma Germany Norsafe NorSap Norsepower Nortek Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine Norwegian Maritime Exporters Noske-Kaeser Nova Werke Novega Produktionssysteme Novenco Marine & Offshore NSI ebvba NSSLGlobal O OBO Bettermann Holding Observator Instruments Ocean Clean Ocean Manager oddesse Pumpen- und Motorenfabrik Odessos Shiprepair Yard Ofﬁcine del Bello MBM OFTEC Ognios Oilon Olcese Ricci Oman Drydock Company OMC 2 Diesel OMT Ofﬁcine Meccaniche Torino On Site Alignment Ontop Orlaco Specialised Camera Solutions Orolia Ortlinghaus-Werke Oshima Shipbuilding OTRS Oxin Srl ÖZATA Shipyard Özata Tersanecilik Özkan Demir Çelik Sanayi P Naiad Dynamics Nakashima Propeller Namura Shipbuilding Namura Shipbuilding Nanni Industries Napier Turbochargers National Oilwell Varco Naval Diesel Naval Forces Naval Group Navalimpianti Navantia Navarino Telecom Navico Logistics Europe Navidium Navis Engineering Navitec Marine Services Navtor Neander Shark Netherlands Maritime Technology Neue Jadewerft Neuenhauser Kompressorenbau Palﬁnger Marine Palumbo Malta Shipyard Panama Maritime Authority Panasia Panolin International Panomax Parker Hanniﬁn Parker Hanniﬁn Manufacturing Patrick Leleu Furnier PECOFacet Iberica Peene-Werft Peiner Smag Pella Sietas Pemamek Penn-Troy Manufacturing Perlwitz Armaturen Pesch Marinescheinwerfer Peter Fuchs Technology Group Peter Gast Shipping Peters & Bey Peters Werft Pfannenberg Europe Pﬂitsch PH Industrie-Hydraulik Phoenix Contact Phoenix Poland Phoenix Testlab Piening Propeller Pilkington Deutschland Pintsch Bubenzer Pioneer Smith Group PK OEM Parts Planex Projektierungs Pleiger Maschinenbau Polaris Electronics Polski Rejestr Statków Pomkar Pompa Makina Pompe Garbarino Pörtner Seats PPG Protective and Marine Coatings Praxis Automation Technology Precision Engine Systems Precision Products Premech Prisma Teknik ProﬁSeal Promac Promap PROMAR UAB Promat Propulsion Dynamics propulsion engineering Prüftechnik Dieter Busch Prysmian Kabel und Systeme PV Technik PWT Prozess- Wärmeträgertechnik Q QIN SRL Qinetiq Qinhuangdao Beifang Marine Parts & Machinery Imp & Exp. QuantiServ R 3R solutions R.P.Rivestimentiplastici R.T.S. Rochem Technical Services R+S solutions Holding Radio Holland Group Radio Zeeland DMV Ramco Manufacturing Raytheon Anschütz Red Rock Marine Regal Beloit Regulateurs Europa reguLiQ Reich Kupplungen Dipl.-Ing. Herwarth Reich Reintjes Rembe Remontowa Renk Renold Couplings Renolit Replasa Richloom Fabrics Group Rickmeier RINA RITEC Rittal Rivertrace Engineering Riviera Maritime Media RKB Europe RM Srl Unipersonale RMS Marine Service Company Roagnoli Ofﬁcina Meccanica Robert Allan Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Robert Bosch Robert Lindemann Roccheggiani ROCHEM Water Treatment Röchling Engineering Rockson Automation
ROFIA Kloska Rokaﬂex-Zahn Rolls-Royce Marine Ropes Technology Corporation Rosetti Marino Rostock Business and Technology Development Roxtec Royal IHC RSC Bio Solutions Rubber Design Rubinetterie Bresciane Bonomi RUD Ketten Rudder Logistics Rudolf Rost Sperrholz Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Rustibus Rutter S S & B Beschläge S.M.I.L.E. Engineering Saab SAACKE Marine Systems Safebridge safetec Brandes und Niehoff SAI Hydraulic Motors Saint Gobain Marine Applications SAL Heavy Lift Samyoung Machinery Sance - Sandelin Consulting and Engineering Santierul Naval Constanta Shipyard SCAN Antenna Scan Turbo Handels- und Service GmbH ScanDiesel Scanel International Scania Scanjet Marine Scanship SCHAAF Schaffran Propeller + Service Schaller Automation Schelle Schweiß- und Befestigungstechnik Schenker Deutschland Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik Schiffbau-Versuchsanstalt Potsdam Schindler Schmied Schmitz-Werke Schneider Electric Industry Schniewindt Schoenrock Hydraulik Marine Systems Schottel Schulte Strathaus Schwepper Beschlag Schwingungstechnik-Broneske Scienco/Fast Seacotec Seakeeper SeaServ Seatech Engineering Seatrade SEC - Ship’s Equipment Centre Bremen Secumar Bernhardt Apparatebau Seft Design & Engineering SEIM Selah Shipbuilding Industry Sembcorp Marine Repairs & Upgrades Pte. Sensor-Technik Wiedemann Sepﬂutech SER Schiffselektronik Rostock Seven Seas Shipchandlers Shakespeare Monoﬁlament Shell Marine Shenzhen Signal Electronics Ship Guard ShipServ Shiptec SIA Rig Dizelis SICK Sidenor Forgings & Castings Siemens The complete exhibitor list will be online from June at smm-hamburg.com/exhibits SIGO Marine Sika Deutschland Sika Dr. Siebert & Kühn Silsan SINO-OCEAN Marine Equipment & Machinery Siotech Corporation Sirehna Sitindustrie Marine SKF Marine SLCE Watermakers sm electrics Smartgen (Zhengzhou) Technology Socitec Socius Somas Instrument Somec Sonardyne International Sondex Deutschland Sonove Sormec Spare Nav.i. & Services SpecTec Group Speedcast Europe SPI Spinlock SPRL Beck Industries International Spurs Marine Manufacturing SRC Group SSI SSV VALVES Stadt Star Information Systems Steelpaint Stena Marine Stentor Industries Sternberg steute Schaltgeräte Steyr Motors STI Group Stigterstaal Stinco Enterprise Stocznia Remontowa Nauta Stone Marine Group Stork Gears & Services Straub Werke Sturm S-two STX France subhadra Sunrui Marine Environment Engineering Survitec Group SvB Safety Services Svenskt Marintekniskt Forum Systemair Szczecin Municipal Government T T.M.S. Turbo Mechanics Service Societá a Responsabilitá Taiko Kikai Industries Tamsen Maritim Tape Innovation TB Shipyards Meppel T-DRILL Techcross Technolog Services Tecnicomar TeddingtonEngineered Solutions Teekay Rohrkupplungen Teﬁn Tehag Deutschland Teignbridge Propellers International Teijin Aramid Telenor Satellite Tempelmann Feinwerktechnik Tenmat Terasaki Electric Teratec TERRANOVA Tersan Teufelberger Seil Ges.m.b.H. TGE Marine TGS (The Grab Specialist) The G. I. Group The Switch Thermamax Hochtemperaturdämmungen Thomas G. Ernst Thordon Bearings ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Tischlerei und Alubau Wessels TMA Srl Tecnologie Meccaniche Avanzate TMH Elektrotechnik TMS Automotive Torola Design Group Total Lubriﬁants Totem Plus TPR Fiberdur Tracto-Technik TradeWinds Trafag sensors & controls Transas Marine transﬂuid Machinenbau Trelleborg Antivibration Solutions Netherlands Tribomar Tritec Marine Tru-Marine Rotterdam TS Verbindungsteile TSI Turbo Service International T-Tammer TTS Group Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Operations Tufropes Tullp BV Turbo Cadiz Turbogen Turbomed Turbo-Technik TurboUSA Turkish Shipbuilders’ Association (GISBIR) Twin Disc International Tycon Alloy Industries (Hong Kong) U UAB Garant U-Boot Ship Spare Parts Service Ultra Fog Uni Coupling / Hegawa Uni-Geräte Uni-Safe Rettungsgeräte United Kingdom Hydrographic Ofﬁce United Shipbuilding Corporation Üntel Kablolari Sanayi Ve Ticaret UT99 Uwe Kloska Uwira V V.A.V. Group V.Group VAF Instruments Vahterus Van Oossanen & Associates Fluid Dynamics Van West-Holland BV VDMA Mechanical Engineering Industry Association VEEM VEGA Grieshaber Veinland Veleria San Giorgio VEM Ventiq Veolia Water Technologies Deutschland Vericor Vericor Power Systems Verope Verreault Navigation Vest Aircoil Vestdavit Veth Propulsion VETS Kloska Ship Supply Via Nova Plants Vianen KVS Vibratec Vickers Oils Victaulic Europe Victor Marine Viega Holding Viking Airtech Viking Life-Saving Equipment Viktor Lenac Shipyard Virginia Economic Development Partnership Virtus Vision Technology Grid Voith Turbo Volvo Penta Central Europe von Oertzen VSIH Association of Marine Engineers, Hamburg VSM German Shipbuilding & Ocean Industries Association VTE-Filter VULKAN Kupplungs-und Getriebebau Bernhard Hackforth W W. Gessmann Industrieschaltgeräte Wache wagner WAGO Kontakttechnik Walter Grätsch Walter Hering Walter Stauffenberg Wärtsilä Wasserschutzpolizei Hamburg WCR Weatherdock WEG Germany Weidmüller Weihe Weka Boxcoolers Welbilt Wenzel Marine WestEast Marine Consulting Western Marine Shipyard Westley Group WETCAB Wiechmann Wildauer Schmiede- und Kurbelwellentechnik Wilhelm Albers Wilhelm Sander Fertigung Wilhelm Sander Handel Wilhelmsen Ships Service Willbrandt Willibrord Lösing Filtertechnik Winterthur Gas & Diesel WISKA Hoppmann Witt & Sohn Witzenmann Wolter GmbH Maschinen- und Apparatebau World Clean International World-Link Communications World-Valve Wortelboer Jr. Wozair Wrist Ship Supply WSK International ws-tools WTSH X Xubi Engranjes Y Yara Marine Technologies Z Zaliv Ship Design Zenitel Norway Zephyr Trading ZF Friedrichshafen Zhoushan IMC - YY Shipyard & Engineering ZinkPower Szczecin Zoepffel & Schneider Zollern Zöllner Signal Zoppas Industries Heating Element Technologies
14 theme routes let’s make your visit efﬁcie Finding what’s interesting for you can be so easy: our theme routes group exhibitors according to your speciﬁc interests – from digitalisation to green shipping and beyond. Participating exhibitors are marked with the dedicated theme icon in all the exhibitor directories online and ofﬂine and the SMM app. You 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. Cruise & Ferry Route With a listing in the Cruise & Ferry Route, exhibitors show SMM visitors that they are important players in the Cruise & Ferry market. Ship technology providers – covering the entire range from the engine room to the bridge – as well as suppliers and service providers in the areas of interior work, cabin outﬁtting, furnishing of restaurants, bars and other public spaces put themselves in the spotlight in the Cruise & Ferry Route. smm-hamburg.com/cruise-route Security Route With a listing in the Security Route, SMM exhibitors maximise their visibility towards trade fair visitors whose focus lies particularly on products and services for military purposes, dual-use applications, the combat of piracy in civil shipping, protection against cyberattacks, or port security. smm-hamburg.com/security-route Job Route The Job Route ﬂags SMM exhibitors who are on the search for qualiﬁed specialists and junior employees, and who would like to inform them directly at the trade fair stand about job opportunities in their company. smm-hamburg.com/job-route Digital Route With a listing in the Digital Route, SMM exhibitors show that they are providers of innovative digital products and services for centralised remote management from land, partially autonomous shipping, data and network security, and high-throughput satellite (HTS) communication solutions, to name just a few. smm-hamburg.com/digital-route Green Route Participants of the Green Route are ﬂagged to SMM visitors as innovative providers of environmentally friendly propulsion technologies, solutions for reducing emissions or other systems to combat marine pollution. smm-hamburg.com/green-route »Something I especially appreciate is the idea of establishing theme routes. Visitors are guided effectively through these enormous exhibition halls based on their main interest.« Andreas Bodmann, Vice President Marketing & Communications, DNV GL - Maritime
cient SMM online get the news ﬁrst Stay up to date with the latest news from SMM. Get the free-of-charge app, sign up for our newsletter and connect with us on our social media accounts. the SMM app It gives you optimal support in preparation of your visit to the fair and ensures that you have all the important information handy. This will help you navigate the event, plan meetings and important keynotes and will avoid you missing any of the highlights. Please download the app for free at smm-hamburg.com/app the SMM eNews A regular update with all relevant news surrounding our conferences and events, as well as the key issues driving the maritime industry. If you haven’t subscribed yet you can do it easily via the SMM website: smm-hamburg.com/news connect, retweet, watch and like We bring you speciﬁc SMM news and insights on our social media channels. In the run-up to the event, right when it happens and afterwards as well. linkedin.com/company/smmfair twitter.com/SMMfair #SMMfair facebook.com/SMMfair youtube.com/SMMfair LET OUR EXPERTISE WORK FOR YOU once again DNV GL is proud to take a leading role as the main sponsor of the 2018 SMM. Visit us at the DNV GL Forum to take part in expert presentations, discussions and debates throughout the course of the week. Learn more at dnvgl.com/smm2018 S e e y o u a t S M M S t a n d 2 1 1 , h a l l B 4 a n d D N V G L Fo r u m
16 conferences and events choose your highlig path-breaking presentations, inspiring discussions get ready for an event-packed week SMM is world-renowned for its high-proﬁle conferences and brings together the leading minds of the global maritime industry. One day before the four-day trade fair, the Maritime Future Summit kicks off on 3 September with inspiring thoughts and strategies on bridging disruptive technologies, attracting leaders from many maritime businesses and organisations. The highly acclaimed TradeWinds Shipowners Forum on the ﬁrst day of SMM comprises two discussion sessions, including a market overview for the panel to tackle the most hotly debated issues in shipping today. Coping with compliance and environmental challenges are central themes of gmec, the global maritime environmental congress on 5 September – with topics like ballast water management and new propulsion technologies to name but a few. On 6 September, Offshore Dialogue will explore new maritime technologies for future needs and answer questions with regard to the newest developments in deep-sea mining and marine technology. The two-day event on 6–7 September, MS&D, the international conference on maritime security and defence, is loaded with three high-class panels. The prestigious MS&D Reception on the evening of the ﬁrst day of the conference welcomes international navy and government delegations and conference participants. With Maritime Career Market on 7 September, which opens the door for students, young professionals and experienced experts to make contact with educational institutions and potential employers, the SMM event week ﬁnds a promising end. Further formats such as the CIMAC Circle, Digital Ship, Amver Awards and various company events during the whole week add to a unique conference and event programme at SMM.
17 hlights new: panel tickets for the conferences To make your visit even more ﬂexible, panel tickets are available for the Maritime Future Summit, gmec and MS&D. If you have a special interest in visiting a single panel, these might be suitable for you. monday 3 september tuesday 4 september wednesday 5 september thursday 6 september friday 7 september Maritime Future Summit SMM SMM SMM SMM TradeWinds Shipowners Forum gmec Offshore Dialogue MS&D v i s i t s m m - h a m b u r g . c o m / p r o g r a m m e f o r m o r e i n f o r - m a t i o n a b o u t t h e c o n f e r e n c e s a n d e v e n t s MS&D Maritime Career Market MS&D Reception* MariMatch MariMatch * by invitation and for MS&D participants
18 Maritime Future Summit Maritime Future Summit 3 september 2018 conference room chicago, central entrance, 3rd ﬂoor Maritime Future Summit mind the gap – bridging disruptive technologies opening 11:00–11:50 Welcome address by the organisers Moderator introduction Professor Volker Bertram, World Maritime University Keynote – New thinking in shipping – a liner company’s perspective Hubert Hoffmann, CIO & CDO, MSC Germany, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) panel I 11:50–13:00 Beyond sea trafﬁc management – a vision for future shipping Ulf Siwe, Sea Trafﬁc Management, Swedish Maritime Administration Autonomous shipping – legislation and liability Wu Sun, Deputy General Manager, CSS working group on intelligent ship, China Classiﬁcation Society (CCS) A Technology Roadmap to 2050 – a perspective from the Far East Kohei Matsuo, Project Director R&D National Maritime Research Institute of Japan
19 panel II 13:45–15:45 Opening Professor Volker Bertram, World Maritime University The future of global transport systems and logistics Christian Roeloffs, Managing Director, Container xChange How to cope with disruptive markets Mikko Lepistö, Director of Software and Automation Operations, ABB Marine and Ports Business Class 2030 – digital twins & artiﬁcial intelligence Pierre Sames, Director of Maritime Technology, DNV GL Technology wake-up call for the shipbuilding industry Nick Danese, CEO, NDAR Closing remarks Professor Volker Bertram, World Maritime University; Krischan Förster, Chief Editor HANSA As of July 2018 / subject to change. Please check our online conference programme for updates at smm-hamburg.com/mfs New: panel tickets available for every single panel, prices on p. 27. To visit exhibitors related to the topics of this conference please follow the Digital Route. More about our theme routes on page 14 or online at smm-hamburg.com/digital-route watch the trailer and let us inspire you smm-hamburg.com/ mfs-trailer In cooperation with Sponsored by
20 gmec gmec, the global maritime environmental congress 5 september 2018 conference room chicago, central entrance, 3rd ﬂoor compliance – control – champions opening 10:30–11:00 Welcome address by the organisers Keynote Tian-Bing Huang, Acting Deputy Director for Protective Measures, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization (IMO) panel I 11:00–12:00 preparing for ballast water treatment One year after the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention came into force, this session will provide an overview of installed applications and examine which technology is really fulﬁlling the goals. As well as selecting the system itself, there are numerous technical obstacles to be overcome in retroﬁtting the equipment to existing vessels. We present practical case studies on the challenges associated with selecting an approved system and operating it, from the perspectives of a regulator, supplier and owner association. Session moderator: Sahan Abseysekara, Team Lead, BWM & Technical Lead, Engineering Systems, Marine & Offshore, Lloyds Register Conﬁrmed speakers: Capt Sean T. Brady, Commandant (CG-OES), U.S. Coast Guard Ofﬁce of Operating and Environmental Standards Debra DiCianna, Senior Compliance Engineer, Choice Ballast Systems Stamatis Fradelos, Director, Business Development, ABS Tian-Bing Huang, Acting Deputy Director for Protective Measures, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization (IMO) Tim Wilkins, Environment Director, Regional Manager, Asia-Paciﬁc, Intertanko
21 panel II 13:00–14:30 dealing with the environmental challenges of the future Part 1: Greenhouse gas strategy and energy efﬁciency – the whys and wherefores on choice versus economics/regulations, etc. This session will look at short-term solutions and the challenges of making decisions now without knowing future regulatory direction. Part 2: Emission control – how best to comply with the upcoming global sulphur cap? The session will include case studies on the challenges of operating a ship using a combination of new fuels and different technical operations – what are the best combination options and why? Session moderator: Teus van Beek, General Manager Market Innovation, Wärtsilä Marine Solutions Conﬁrmed speakers: Helge Bartels, Managing Director, E.R. Schiffahrt GmbH & Cie Capt Wolfram Guntermann, Director Environmental Management, Ship Management, Hapag-Lloyd AG Katharine Palmer, Global Sustainability Manager, Lloyd’s Register Jan-Olaf Probst, Business Director Container Ships, DNV GL Maritime Teus van Beek, General Manager Market Innovation, Wärtsilä Marine Solutions Dr Ing Gerd Würsig, Business Director Alternate Fuels, DNV GL Maritime panel III 15:00–16:25 the passenger shipping industry as an environmental pioneer The passenger shipping sector is driving pioneering change in order to reduce and manage its environmental impact, steered by regulatory changes and the desire to increase cost-efﬁciency. This session will showcase examples of best practice utilising a range of new technologies, including underwater bubble technology, electric/hybrid systems and LNG-powered ships for the cruise and ferry sector. Session moderator: Andreas Chrysostomou, Chief Strategy Ofﬁcer, Tototheo Maritime Conﬁrmed speakers: Bud Darr, EVP Maritime Policy and Government Affairs, MSC Group Lex Nijsen, VP Head of Four-Stroke Marine, MAN Diesel & Turbo SE Jan-Erik Räsänen, Head of New Technology, Foreship Rolf Sandvik, Chief Executive Ofﬁcer, The Fjords Tom Strang, SVP Maritime Affairs, Carnival Maritime and Chairman, CLIA Europe Environment, Safety & Security Committee As of July 2018 / subject to change. Please check our online conference programme for updates at smm-hamburg.com/gmec New: panel tickets available for every single panel, prices on p. 27. 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 topic 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. More information at smm-hamburg.com/a5 To visit exhibitors related to the topics of this conference please explore the dedicated exhibition hall A5 and follow the Green Route. More about our theme routes on page 14 or online at smm-hamburg.com/green-route watch the trailer and let us inspire you smm-hamburg.com/ gmec-trailer In cooperation with Sponsored by
22 MS&D MS&D, the international conference on maritime security and defence international conference on maritime security and defence 6 & 7 september 2018 conference room chicago, central entrance, 3rd ﬂoor preparing for future challenges 6 sept opening 9:00–10:00 Welcome address by the organisers Bernd Aufderheide, President and CEO Hamburg Messe und Congress; Jan Wiedemann, NAVAL FORCES Jan Wiedemann, NAVAL FORCES Keynote – Developments in the worldwide maritime security situation Rear Admiral (UH) Thorsten Kaehler, Chief of Staff German Navy Headquarters panel I – maritime security 10:00–15:00 regional maritime security Maritime security and balance of powers in East Asia Dr Sarah Kirchberger, Head of the Center for Asia-Paciﬁc Strategy and Security, Institute for Security Policy, Kiel University (ISPK) China’s strive for economic and military power Dr Sarah Kirchberger, Head of the Center for Asia-Paciﬁc Strategy and Security, Institute for Security Policy, Kiel University (ISPK) The maritime security situation in the South Atlantic and Antarctic Region Argentine Navy global warming and maritime security The effects of global warming on maritime security Professor Christian Webersik, Deputy Director, Centre for Integrated Emergency Management (CIEM), Department of Global Development and Planning, University of Agder, Norway The impact of ice melting on the maritime security in the Arctic Dr Patricia Schneider, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg (IFSH) panel II – maritime defence 15:00–17:15 littoral operations and harbour protection Flexible Interoperable Toolbox for Future Operational Requirements in Conﬁned and Shallow Waters (FIT FOR CSW) – Modularity, mission modules and the way ahead Commander (S.G.) Peter de Groot, Royal Netherlands Navy, NATO Centre of Excellence for Operations in Conﬁned and Shallow Waters (COE CSW) Propulsion systems for enhanced manoeuvring in conﬁned and shallow waters Kai Glasebach, Schottel Protection of harbours and high-value naval installations Sezgin Kama, STL Systems Airborne Pollution Control in congested waters Commander (S.G.) Becker, German Navy
23 7 sept panel II (cont.) 9:00–10:15 the cyber threat Cyber security in the maritime domain – New threats for naval operations Patrick O’Keeffe, AMC Solutions Cyber security – Risks for complex vessel newbuilding and operations Patrick Rossi, DNV GL panel III – naval technology 10:15–15:45 technological cooperation International structured cooperation – Why, how and to what extent? Dr Hans Christoph Atzpodien, Managing Director, Federation of German Security & Defence Industries (BDSV) new technologies More versatile and powerful than ever before: The conventional submarine of the future Andreas Burmester, Member of the Executive Board, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems IDAS – Interactive Defence and Attack System for Submarines Klaus-Eberhard Moeller, Diehl Defence High-Energy Laser (HEL) effectors for naval applications Alexander Graf, Rheinmetall Waffe Munition unmanned systems Military automatic and autonomous systems – Where is the ‘red line’? Dr Ulrike Franke, European Council on Foreign Relations Fully unmanned MCM Detect-to-Engage Operations Christian Wornik, Atlas Elektronik VSR700 – The Vertical Unmanned Aerial System (VUAS) for military applications Sebastian Mayr, Airbus Helicopters closing 15:45–16:00 Chairman’s assessment of MS&D 2018 Jan Wiedemann, NAVAL FORCES Closing remarks Bernd Aufderheide, President and CEO Hamburg Messe und Congress As of July 2018 / subject to change. Please check our online conference programme for updates at smm-hamburg.com/msd New: panel tickets available for every single panel, prices on p. 27. To visit exhibitors related to the topics of this conference please explore the dedicated exhibition hall B8 and follow the Security Route. More about our theme routes on page 14 or online at smm-hamburg.com/security-route watch the trailer and let us inspire you smm-hamburg.com/ msd-trailer In cooperation with Supported by
24 Offshore Dialogue Offshore Dialogue 6 september 2018 conference room marseille, hall B3 upper ﬂoor, east entrance Offshore Dialogue pushing the limits – new maritime technologies for future needs panel I 9:30–11:00 the unknown oceans – exploration for the balance between use and conservation Session moderator: Dr Walter Kuehnlein, Chairman, German Association for Marine Technology, Germany Flash Talks Polar research – a ship designer’s perspective Einar Vegsund, VP Design & Hydro, Rolls Royce Marine, Norway Challenging environmental aspects of responsible manganese nodules mining Professor Andrea Koschinsky, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany Component tests for responsible manganese nodules mining – aspects and results Joury Van Gijseghem, General Manager, DEME Blue Energy, Belgium Deep-sea mining of massive sulphides – a completely new technical approach Heiko Felderhoff, Harren+Partner Shipping, Germany panel II 11:30–13:00 heading north – technologies for responsible development of the artic Session moderator: Anu Fredrikson, Director Arctic Economic Council (AEC), Norway Flash Talks Arctic Opportunities: Enablers for responsible arctic growth Anu Fredrikson, Director Arctic Economic Council (AEC), Norway IMO work on the development of the Polar Code Sandra Allnutt, Head of Marine Technology and Goal-Based Standards, Maritime Safety Division, IMO, United Kingdom Clean shipping in an arctic environment Teus van Beek, General Manager Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, The Netherlands Arctic Shipping: some issues and consequent risk Robert Tustin, Consultant Ship New Construction, Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom Arctic Shipping in the near future – ship types and requirements Nils Reimer, Head of Arctic Technology Department, The Hamburg Ship Model Basin (HSVA), Germany As of May 2018 / subject to change. Please check our online conference programme for updates at smm-hamburg.com/od watch the trailer and let us inspire you smm-hamburg.com/ od-trailer In cooperation with In media partnership with
TradeWinds Shipowners Forum and MariMatch 25 what’s changing the business? TradeWinds Shipowners Forum Strengthening markets are providing fresh opportunities for shipowners and operators, but a rapidly changing commercial landscape is throwing up new and difﬁcult challenges. In this ﬁrst TradeWinds Shipowners Forum to be held at SMM, innovative players from Germany and overseas will meet to discuss their strategies to manage and succeed. Delegates will also hear the outlook on markets and the global economy from inﬂuential speakers. Session One: Germany’s new dawn TradeWinds brings together key ﬁgures from the new generation of the nation’s shipping leaders to hear how they are shaping their companies to be globally competitive as the debt nightmare of the last decade starts to fade. Session Two: Global ambition Leaders of shipowners and operators with a global footprint come together to discuss how they are turning to their advantage the major challenges of erratic trade growth, digitalisation and increasing investor and public scrutiny, amongst other issues. Places are limited and early registration is advised. For more information please visit smm-hamburg.com/sof meet potential business partners MariMatch MariMatch is a proven way to kick-start professional collaboration: by invitation of Enterprise Europe Network Hamburg / Schleswig Holstein you’re welcome to meet potential partners for new business, for R&D projects and to expand your network in the maritime sector. Registration is free of charge and participants will get a great opportunity to discuss their ideas face-to-face in pre-arranged 20-minute meetings. This special B2B networking event addresses representatives of companies, associations, universities and research institutes alike. It’s taking place in the upper ﬂoor of hall B4, on Thursday, 6 September 2018 from 10:00–17:30 and on Friday, 7 September 2018 from 10:00–14:00. In an evaluation of MariMatch at SMM 2016, 100% of participants stated that they would participate again. Boost your business and register now: smm-hamburg.com/marimatch
26 Maritime Career Market Maritime Career Market 7 september 2018 hall B4 ground ﬂoor, east entrance Do With the Maritime Career Market, alongside the MCM-Forum and the Job Route, SMM is once again underscoring its efforts to support the maritime industry in successfully coping with the challenges on today’s tight job markets. Maritime Career Market opens up a world of possibilities for young talents and professionals, as they have the chance to meet up with a host of exhibitors – potential employers from the maritime industry as well as renowned educational institutions. In addition to that, the ﬁrst edition of the MCM-Forum supported by DNV GL gives industry experts an exclusive stage to present interesting careers, job proﬁles and educational pathways in the maritime industry. 10:00–10:15 Career start at a ship suppliers company* Nicolai Steffen, Project Manager R&D, Becker Marine Systems 10:20–10:35 WISTA – Women in maritime business Claudia Ohlmeier, Press ofﬁcer WISTA Germany 10:40–10:55 Work 4.0 – Theses for professional qualiﬁcation in future* Michael Patrick Zeiner, Education policy ofﬁcer, VDMA 11:00–11:15 Career in classiﬁcation?* Volker Bertram, Senior Project Manager, DNV GL 11:20–11:35 Future Challenges and Education Professor Orestis Schinas, Head of Maritime Business School, HSBA 11:40–11:55 Application 4.0* Patrick Ommen, Branch manager Brunel Kiel, Brunel 12:00–12:15 Job proﬁles aboard a ship* Erik Hirsch, Director Training & Education, Hapag Lloyd 12:20–12:35 Advices for your XING and LinkedIn proﬁles* Holger Ahrens, CEO, Die Proﬁloptimierer 12:40–12:55 Technical studies in the maritime industry* Dr Ralf Sören Marquardt, CEO, VSM 13:00–13:15 The world of engineers at MAN* Sonja Böhm, personnel ofﬁcer, MAN Diesel & Turbo SE 13:20–13:35 Shipping agent - a promising qualiﬁcation* Dr Alexander Geisler, CEO, Verband Hamburger und Bremer Schiffsmakler e.V. 13:40–13:55 Career opportunities with the German “Bundeswehr”* Simon Rosen, lieutenant at sea, Valerie Richter, lieutenant at sea, Die Bundeswehr 15:00–15:30 Award Ceremony SMM Hackathon* Bosch Rexroth *Talks in German For the event on Friday, pupils and students will enjoy free entry on presentation of their student ID. And the ﬁrst 1,000 students will receive an SMM welcome bag as a present. To meet organisations and companies who are looking for talents please follow the Job Route. More about our theme routes on page 14 or online at smm-hamburg.com/job-route Maritime Career Market Exhibitors of the Maritime Career Market 2018: E S C D G R O U P , M e e restechnik u n n i k ISMT d T r a n s p o r t s y s t e m e hiffste c h c S r ü f t u t i t s n I U n i v ersität Duis b u r E s sen g - In cooperation with Supported by watch the trailer and let us inspire you smm-hamburg.com/ mcm-trailer
registration and prices 27 buy or redeem your ticket online Ordering your ticket online at the SMM ticket shop gives you direct access to the site, avoiding queues at the cash desks – and proﬁting from a discount of 15%. If you have an invitation code please enter it online before redeeming your eTicket. Buy your ticket or redeem your invitation today at smm-hamburg.com/ticket new: conference panel tickets Seize the opportunity to buy panel tickets for the SMM conferences in case you’re interested in visiting a single panel only. Panel tickets for gmec and MS&D include admission to SMM on the respective day. Panel tickets for the Maritime Future Summit include admission to SMM on any day. admission prices Ticket Season ticket 2-day ticket 1-day ticket Students* Students on Friday, 7 Sept. 2018* Online On-site Opening hours €47 €39 €30 Not available Not available €55 €46 €35 €15 €0 Tuesday – Thursday 9:30–18:00 Friday 9:30–16:00 * Valid student identiﬁcation necessary. Registration will be possible only on-site at the cash desks. All fees incl. 19% VAT. conference tickets Ticket* Standard Early bird until 31 July 2018 Panel Ticket** Students*** Maritime Future Summit €490 €350 €250 €25 gmec €490 €350 €250 €25 MS&D €590 €350 €250 €25 Offshore Dialogue €250 Not available Not available €25 * The conference ticket includes SMM admission on the conference day and one additional day (during the trade fair). ** The conference panel ticket includes SMM admission on the conference day (exception, Maritime Future Summit: SMM admission from 4–7 Sept.). *** Valid student identiﬁcation necessary. Registration will only be possible on-site at the cash desks. All fees excl. 19% VAT. TradeWinds Shipowners Forum To register for this event and to see subscriber, non-subscriber and early-bird rates, please visit smm-hamburg.com/sof
28 plan your trip convenience in every way choosing a hotel Within a short distance of the SMM site you will ﬁ nd about 100 hotels of all price categories and standards. To make booking fast and easy, please visit our website where you can see our licensed service partners, select your preferred accommodation and reserve it immediately: smm-hamburg.com/hotels arriving in hamburg With 60 airlines operating ﬂ ights direct to 130 national and international destinations, Hamburg Airport welcomes SMM visitors from all over the world. Getting on to the SMM site is hassle-free thanks to its central location. Situated close to Dammtor mainline station with its ICE and IC railway lines, it is especially easily accessible for rail travellers. Moreover, the station Sternschanze (S11, S21, S31, U3) and the station Messehallen (U2) are very close to the West, Central and South Entrances. Travellers arriving by plane may choose public transport from the airport to the station Sternschanze or use the SMM shuttle service. More information at smm-hamburg.com/travel SMM shuttle service To facilitate your travel from the airport and various hotels to the SMM site, we have established a shuttle service comprising six routes. The SMM airport shuttle stop will be located right between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at the airport. Furthermore, there will be an SMM fairground shuttle, connecting both exhibition areas A and B, as well as an SMM parking shuttle, commuting between the West Entrance and Heiligengeistfeld. For all departure and arrival times please check smm-hamburg-com/shuttle Route 1 Le Royal Meridien – The George Hotel – Reichshof Hamburg – Hotel Atlantic Kempinski / Ibis Hamburg Alster Centrum – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) Route 2 Barceló Hamburg – Park Hyatt Hamburg Hotel – Soﬁ tel Hamburg Alter Wall – Steigenberger Hotel – Hotel Motel One – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) Route 3 Radisson Blue Hamburg Airport – Motel One Airport – Best Western Premier Alsterkrug – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) Route 4 Hotel Baseler Hof / Alster-Hof – Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten – Renaissance Hamburg Hotel – Marriott Hotel – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) Route 5 25 hours HafenCity – THE MADISON Hotel Hamburg – Empire Riverside Hotel Hamburg – Hotel Hafen Hamburg – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) NEW Route 6* Hamburg Airport – Exhibition Centre (West Entrance) Please note: Due to the unpredictability of trafﬁ c, we can’t accept any liability for the punctuality of the SMM shuttle service or for reaching planes on schedule. The SMM shuttle service is subject to changes. For updates please visit smm-hamburg.com/shuttle *Tickets for €10 per person one-way may be purchased directly at the shuttle stop right before departure.
WindEnergy Hamburg The global on & offshore expo Hamburg, 25 – 28 September 2018 Over 1,400 exhibitors from more than 35 countries and some 35,000 trade visitors from 100 countries – that is WindEnergy Hamburg. Be a part of the world’s leading expo for wind energy, and find everything that the global wind industry onshore and offshore has to offer. Register now! windenergyhamburg.com in co-operation with Join the Global Wind Summit
30 location hamburg it’s SMMart to stay in hamburg for the we According to “Lonely Planet” and “The New York Times”, Hamburg ranks among the world’s top ten destinations. The maritime metropolis offers rambling municipal parks and brims with architectural greatness, an abundance of culture and nightlife beyond compare. What highlights are to your taste? elbphilharmonie Inaugurated in January 2017, the magniﬁcent construction is considered to be the new landmark of the city. Sitting enthroned on a former storage building, the Elbphilharmonie marks the western tip of the HafenCity and attracts worldwide attention among music and architecture enthusiasts. Underneath its glass facade and wave-like rooftop it comprises two concert halls, a luxurious hotel and deluxe residential apartments. harbour tours The harbour is where the heart of Hamburg beats – and this is where you feel the pulse the most: starting from St. Pauli Landungsbrücken, Barkassen (launches) bring you to the most exciting places, from the Speicherstadt UNESCO Site and the stunning Elbphilharmonie concert hall to the enormous docks and container terminals. international maritime museum Particularly interesting: the International Maritime Museum harbours the world’s largest private collection showing maritime history from 3,000 years ago until today. Thousands of model ships, books, paintings and graphics, nautical devices, uniforms and maritime objects ﬁll up more than 11,000 square metres. From 1–9 September, visitors and exhibitors of SMM receive a 25% discount on the entrance fee at the museum by presenting their badges or tickets. planten un blomen Vis-à-vis the Central and the East Entrance to SMM, Planten un Blomen (’Plants and Flowers’), with a size of 47 hectares will recharge you with green energy. This much-admired park offers a gorgeous recreation area with idyllic ponds, tropical greenhouses and a classic Japanese Garden, the largest of its kind in Europe.
31 weekend speicherstadt (warehouse city) The world’s largest warehouse complex belongs to the historic landmarks of Hamburg and proudly bears the title of Germany’s 40th UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tourists and locals are equally enthusiastic about coffee and tea-tasting facilities, various entertainment sites like the Hamburg Dungeon, or the stunning ‘Miniatur Wunderland’ which features the world’s largest model railway running through laboriously crafted replicas of cities and landscapes. musicals and entertainment Hamburg is the musical capital of Germany. Here you will experience the great Disney successes like The Lion King, Mary Poppins and Aladdin, or new Broadway hits like Kinky Boots. But lovers of classical music will also get their money’s worth, for example at ‘Così fan tutte’ at the Hamburg State Opera. world-class shopping and more The city centre’s location between a lake and a river – the Alster and the Elbe – is unique in Europe. From the architectonic and culinary highlights of the HafenCity it’s only a short walk to the city centre, with its beautiful Alster lake. Here you will ﬁnd some of the most renowned spots for shopping: Neuer Wall, Jungfernstieg, Mönckebergstraße and exclusive shopping passages and centres display the world’s ﬁnest brands from many ﬁelds. With the world-famous Reeperbahn nightlife district nearby, the centre of Hamburg alone offers a kaleidoscope of entertaining possibilities. everything a perfect destination needs Discover the multifaceted beauty of Hamburg from a different perspective – through the eyes and hearts of those who live here and who love a city that derives its special appeal from its contrasts: smm-hamburg.com/hamburg-trailer Seize the opportunity to plan your SMM trip according to your special interests and stay in Hamburg for the weekend. For more touristic highlights and exclusive recommendations please visit smm-hamburg.com/hamburg
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