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SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY 1,400 exhibitors from 30 countries Themed »Forward Together«, the four-day »Marintec 2021« will be held from 7–10 December at Shanghai New International Expo Center – with several hybrid options for digital participation For a long time, many maritime players have seen the exhibition as a hub to accelerate and scale up business opportunities in China and beyond. In view of the Corona pandemic and its impact on everyday and business life, not least in China in particular, it was unclear for quite a while time to what extent and in what way Marintec could and would take place this year. Now the organisers have announced several details. Marintec China will welcome 13 Country and Region Pavilions including Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, and Switzerland. Over 1,400 exhibitors from 30 countries and regions are expected to showcase their products and services in six exhibition halls. While international exhibitors will cover Halls N1 and N2, domestic enterprises including China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), COSCO Shipping Corporation, China Merchants Industry, CIMC Raffles, Zhenhua Heavy Industry, Weichai Power, China Classification Society and more will be lining up in Halls W5-W2. In addition to Nantong (Jiangsu), Zhoushan (Zhejiang), Pudong (Shanghai) and Lingang (Shanghai), the number of exhibitors from Shandong and Guangdong increased significantly and reached the highest level ever. The exhibition space of the university area was further expanded. In addition to the traditional exhibitors, Wuhan Polytechnic University and Beihang University were added to the exhibition. Not surprisingly, green environmental technologies and innovative products including dual fuel engines, fuel cells and clean fuel technologies will all be in the spotlight at Marintec. »Decarbon- For more information, please contact: Glamox Northern Europe Tel +47 71 25 04 00 Safety at sea! Series 75 is a family of navigation lights with the newest LED and driver technology. They are suitable for all vessels ≥ 20 m in length. Series 75 sets new standards in terms of lifetime, efficiency and reliability. 48 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 12 | 2021

SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY isation« has become the most discussed topic in the marine community, energy saving and environmental technologies, especially clean fuel technology are showing great market potential. Maritime Forum Presentations on R&D achievements in low-carbon and non-carbon fields, fuel LNG supply systems (FGSS), ballast water treatment systems, desulfurisation devices and other environmental products will be among the feature exhibits from key enterprises. Another focus at the fair is the application of digital, intelligent, 5G and other technologies in the marine industry. Running concurrently at the Kerry Hotel, Senior Maritime Forum gathers world’s top leaders in the industry to explore how emerging technologies and innovative advances can power the future of shipbuilding industry. This year’s theme, »Innovation, Intelligence and Low Carbon« will feature two topics »Digitalisation« and »Decarbonisation« with five sessions of »Keynote Address«, »Shipbuilding and Ocean Engineering«, »Shipping and Port«, »Maritime Finance and Law« and »Marine Equipment Technology«, as well as a special additional session on »Smart Ship«. Smart Ship Representatives from various sectors such as financial institutions, legal institutions, law firms, stock exchanges and universities will also be invited to the forum for an in-depth analysis of the current ship finance environment and to discuss how to deal with litigation. The smart ship session will focus on the latest developments in the areas of Internet of Things, Industrial Internet, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the field of ships, as well as smart ship standards and regulations, and explore future development trends. For the first time, the forum will be staged in hybrid mode, meaning that attendees can experience the excitement at the show floor or safely at their home via Marintec Global Link, Wechat and other channels. Marintec itself aims to provide a bridge and platform for comprehensive exchange and cooperation among the international maritime community, while pointing out the way for the development of the international maritime industry under the impact of the pandemic. Marintec Global Link AIR EXHAUST AND FUEL FLOW CONTROLS MODULAR FLEXIBLE CONTROLS GOVERNORS Visit us at Marintec Dec 7-10, 2021 German Pavilion COMBUSTION DIAGNOSTICS AND IGNITION SOGAV GAS VALVES The outbreak of the pandemic had a huge impact on the shipping and shipbuilding industry as well. »However, considering the impact on the industry in the past two years, the Chinese and foreign organisers of the fair have decided to take the initiative to bear the sales risk without increasing the prices for the booths and cooperate with the industry,« the organizer said ahead of the fair. Due to the pandemic, Marintec extended its presence to digital platforms and raised the level of »Informatisation«. Launching this year, Marintec Global Link, a business matching service will be hybrid enabling overseas visitors to meet with exhibitors at the show floor effectively. SPARE PARTS INTELLIGENT ENT CR INJECTORS INJECTORS DF INJECTORS PUMPS WITH A FULL RANGE OF INNOVATIVE ENGINE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS, WE ARE MEETING YOUR FUTURE REQUIREMENTS TODAY WWW.WOODWARD.COM HIGHER EFFICIENCY, LOWER EMISSIONS WWW.LORANGE.COM HANSA – International Maritime Journal 12 | 2021 49

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