27 - 29 June 2018
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
International Trade Fair for maintenance and repair of vessels for boat and ship maintenance and repair technologies and services took place in Amsterdam from 27 to 29 June 2018. This event attracts maintenance and shipyard owners and operators, and maintenance technology and equipment specifiers from maintenance and repair service providers and dry docks, as well as operations directors, marine superintendents and fleet maintenance chiefs from the world’s shipping lines, offshore rigs and naval defense fleets. It is the only exhibition and conference in the world that is 100% dedicated to showcasing marine maintenance and repair technologies, tools, spare parts, techniques and concepts. Being a global address for maintenance and repair of vessels, with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, this exhibition helps professionals from shipping companies, shipping lines, oil rigs and navies meet up with leading representatives of companies from the areas of dry dock, repair, maintenance and service. The fair is communication and information platform in the industry and offers the exhibiting companies the opportunity to present themselves to a professional audience. Visitors can find in depth and comprehensive information about the latest developments, trends, services and products from many different areas. This year the expo & conference were mostly involved in hybrid & electric marine vessel/equipment – future of the marine industry to create complete green environment & operational conditions & new approach of fleet maintenance. It was very interesting in terms of new technology & approach in the marine industry. Interesting parts were augmented reality & remote services in challenging marine environment which might help any marine company to sort out any complicated issue remotely in a short time possible that might reduce down-time. CMS representatives attended the exhibition, visited the stands of suppliers, joined the presentations of the new technology and equipment. Further cooperation perspectives with potential partners were discussed.