MarineTek 2009, Surabaya,Indonesia (Marinetek 2009)

Venue: Gramedia Convention Centre

Location: Surabaya, Indonesia

Event Date/Time: Nov 14, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 17, 2009
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Hailed as Indonesia's foremost International Maritime Event, MarineTek offers a holistic business experience by combining exhibition, conferences and seminars, and a host of networking sessions that connects quality buyers to maritime suppliers.

Featuring 5 Major Maritime Segments In One Show
OffshoreTek 2009- Offshore Technologies
ShipBuildTek 2009- Shipbuilding & Repairing companies And Supporting industries
ShipSafe 2009- Marine Safety And Security Equipment & Supplies
PortTek 2009 – Port Handling Technologies & Cargo Handling Equipment
MarineNav 2009- Marine Navigational Technologies & Equipment

Why Surabaya?
Highest Concentration Of Shipbuilding Activities In Indonesia
The main shipbuilding activities in Indonesia are all congregated in Surabaya, East Java. State-owned Shipbuilder PT Pal Indonesia is one of the leading shipbuilders in Indonesia.
Its renowned status as a “Shipbuilding Town” is also home to Indonesia's main Naval fleet and several renowned Shipbuilding Schools and Technological Institutes.

Tanjung Perak, Busiest Port In East Java,Indonesia
The Port of Tanjung Perak is one of the important gateways of Indonesia, because of its strategic position and the existence of surrounding advantageous hinterlands, the port of Tanjung Perak constitutes the center of inter island shipping for Eastern Indonesia and is hailed the busiest port in East Java and the second busiest port in Indonesia.

Marine & Shipbuilding Industry Boom
As estimated by the Indonesian Ministry Of Industry, currently there are about 250 shipbuilding companies with huge investments on the industry of about US$1 Billion with utilized capacities around 500,000 DWT annually for new ship development and 6,000,000 DWT annually for ship repairs. (Docking repairs)

Terminal Petikemas
The presence of the Container Terminal known as Terminal Petikemas opens up opportunities for cargo handling and port handling technology and equipment suppliers.

Second Largest City In Indonesia
Rated the second largest City in Indonesia and hailed as the capital of East Java, Surabaya stands out as one of the top cities in Indonesia with huge potential for growth.


Additional Information

Price For Booths Raw Space (Min 18sqm): USD $360 Per sqm Shell Scheme (Min 9sqm): USD $380 Per Sqm