With the Tokyo Olympics came to an end with the Closing Ceremony on August 15 (local time), is time to draw your attention to another important international event, Marintec China 2021, which will be held as scheduled on the coming 7-10 December in Shanghai.
Under this year’s special circumstance, much to everyone’s astonishment, positive news keep coming and Marintec China confirms 12 National and Regional Pavilions from Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Korea, Norway, Singapore, Sweden and even a new pavilion from Switzerland. Although with more compacted National and Regional Pavilions, all these encouraging participations reflect a strong rebound in the shipbuilding industry.
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World Top Shipbuilding Companies at Marintec China
Halls N1 & N2: ABB, ABS, Berg Propulsion, Bonfiglioli, Bureau Veritas, Cummins, DNV GL, Daeyang, Donghwa, Furuno, Hai Cheung, Hoi Tung, Hanla, Hyundai Heavy, Hyman, Kangrim, Lloyd’s Register, MacGregor, Mitsubishi, MTU, Nantong COSCO, Royal IHC, Schneider, Siemens, Wartsila, and many more.
Halls W5 – W2: China State Shipbuilding Corporation, COSCO SHIPPING, China Merchants, China Classification Society, Zhenhua Heavy Industry, Weichai Power, Guangxi Yuchai, Shanghai Diesel Engine, Highlander, Headway, Zhuhai Yunzhou Technology, Changshu Guorui Technology, Jiangsu Zhaosheng, Huanan Building Materials, SaierNico Electric & Automation, and more.
A Strong Rebound in Global Shipbuilding Industry
According to Clarksons Research, 2021 is the strongest half year for shipping markets since 2008, and the global shipbuilding industry is benefiting from the shipbuilding orders. And in this August, for the first time CSSC enter the Fortune Global 500 list and it reinforces the importance of the China Shipbuilding market.