SMM India 2011 is the leading international trade fair for shipbuilding, machinery and marine technology. It will be held from April 7-9, 2011, at Bombay Exhibition Center. Considered as the perfect platform for new maritime technology and innovation, many key decision-makers from the shipbuilding industry would be booking business class seats and travel by business class flights to Mumbai to attend the trade fair. Visitors attending the SMM India also see it as the leading forum for decision-making processes in the international shipping industry. This trade fair is held after every two years. In 2009, an impressive 2,800 trade visitors and delegates from over 30 countries participated in the SMM India trade fair. A number of ship owners arrived by cheap business class flights to Mumbai to take part in the trade fair. Besides, the fair was also attended by high-ranking representatives from the Indian shipbuilding industry and shipyards, as well as the Indian Navy and coastguard. There were many exhibitors who also booked business class tickets to Mumbai and showcased their products and services at the SMM India.
This year, when SMM India 2011 is being held after an interval of two years, a great number of trade buyers as well as exhibitors are expected to be present in strength at the event. Some of the exhibitors have already availed of business class discounts and would be flying cheap business class
to Mumbai to extend their networks, enter new markets and establish profitable, international business contacts. Besides, showcasing their latest products, services, solutions and expertise, the exhibitors also expect to reach out to their audience in the maritime industry face-to-face.
Do not miss out on this significant trade event and reach either by first class flight or business flights to Mumbai
to attend the conference at SMM India 2011. The conference would provide an across-the-board program and feature a number of well-known national and international speakers. The conference would address current issues that are affecting the Indian maritime industry, such as finance and investment, training and further education, as well as the importance of increased cooperation with neighboring shipbuilding regions. Besides, on a global level the conference will also look at international maritime policy, cost-efficiency, environmental issues, and offshore and port-related technology.