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Post Show Report - SHIPTEC CHINA 2016


SHIPTEC CHINA 2016

The 12th International Shipbuilding, Marine Equipment and Offshore Engineering Exhibition for China

October 25– 28, Dalian World Expo Center, China


Post Show Report(click to download)

 

SPONSORS:

China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI)
China Shipowners’ Association (CSA)
The Chinese Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers (CSNAME)

ORGANIZER:
Dalian Xinghai Exhibitions Co., Ltd.

FEATURES:

-     Stronger presence of state-run shipbuilding groups including CSIC, CSSC and COSCO that presented their capabilities in research, ship design, advanced ship building, naval defense and marine equipment manufacturing etc.

-      Introduction of latest topics in aspects of design & construction from fields of cruise vessels, fishing and fish farming vessels etc.

-       Ship maintenance made a major topic again for existing fleets of vessels.

-       B2B Meetings were organized for both demand and supply sides.

-      The Official Business Reception was once again kind of refreshment for all, but most importantly a place for networking.

-      Despite of the downturn of the global economy, the exhibition received more industry players who were confident for a bright future.

 

FIGURES & FACTS:

Gross Exhibition Space:                        23,000 square meters

Number of Exhibitors:                           583

-          Number of Int'l Exhibitors:           105
-          Number of Chinese Exhibitors:   478
-          Countries Represented:                 17

National Pavilions:                                 China, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Norway

Corporate Pavilions:                              CSIC, CSSC, COSCO, TSUNEISHI

Number of Visitors:                                22,021

-          Registered Trade Visitors:             9,549
-          International Visitors:                      953
-          Invited Buyers:                                  3,547
-          Invited VIPs:                                       2,322
-          Conference Attendees:                    3,500
-          Students & Workers:                        2,150

EVENTS:

High-end Forums

-      The 3rd Offshore Forum China
Subject: Deep-sea Oil & Gas Exploration and Offshore Technology Industry

-       Ocean Technology and Equipment Development Forum
Subject: Develop Ocean Technology and Equipment to Build an Ocean Power of China

-       International Ship Maintenance Forum
Subject: Smart Ships, Ship Maintenance and Shipping Internet Plus

-        General Marine Engineers Forum
Subject: Supply-side Reform and Cooperative Development among Liaoning, Shanghai and Guangdong

-      Intelligent Manufacturing and Modern Manufacturing Technology Forum
Subject: Intelligent Manufacturing and New Shipbuilding Models

-       Shipping and Navigation Public Science Forum
Subject: Exploration, Inheritance and Innovation

 Technical Seminars and Product Presentations

-          Shipbuilding Industry Restructuring & Development Seminar
-          The 3rd Offshore Forum China – Technical Seminar
-          Lectures on Maritime Labor Convention
-          The Forum of E-PP Technology
-          DNV GL Workshop

Social Events

-          Opening Ceremony of Shiptec China 2016
-          Business Reception of Shiptec China 2016
-          Norwegian Maritime Reception
-          Ship Maintenance Conference – Business Reception 

B2B Meetings

-          Meet the Buyers – Shipyards vs Suppliers
-          Ship Maintenance Conference – B2B Meeting

Exhibitors’ Events

-          DSIC’s Press Conference of HCSR VLCC and CCS Ship Type Approval Issuing Ceremony
-          Nantong Marine and Offshore Engineering Development Presentation
-          CCS Dalian’s Signing Ceremonies of Collaborations with Recent Partners

INDUSTRY EXPERTS’ THOUGHTS:

 “The world economy is still challenging. The shipbuilding industry has entered a deeply restructuring era. It’s time for us to face the changes including structural adjustment, transformation, upgrading, fostering innovative capabilities, developing new green ships and new technologies to win a ‘green competitiveness’, which will be a significant revolution for China shipbuilding industry, meanwhile unveiling the blueprint for further development.”

Mr. Guo Dacheng
Chairman, China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry(CANSI)

“The global shipping industry is challenging. I hope all industry players need to cope with the situation actively, to continuously innovate and to work together to carry forward the balanced and sustainable development of the world shipping industry. ”

Mr. Zhang Shouguo
Executive Vice Chairman, China Shipowners’ Association (CSA)

“Under the current gloomy situation both in the shipping and shipbuilding industry, a combination of national strategies and implementation tasks has stabilized China’s shipbuilding industry. The five major tasks include cutting capacity, destocking, deleveraging, lowering costs and improving weak links. National strategies are Made-in-China 2025, One Belt One Road and Building China into an Ocean Power etc.” 

Mr. Fang Shujia
Vice President, Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (CSNAME)

“China’s marine equipment innovation and manufacturing has been slowly developing. I believe that the Beidou Satellite Navigation technology is going to greatly enhance localization of related appliances. There is still great potential to boost the development of China’s marine technology and marine equipment industry.”

Ms. Sun Qian
Vice Researcher, Waterway Transport Research Institute, Ministry of Transport, PRC

“As technology replaces itself every day, it is pushing the ship industry to update the technical standards frequently. I recommend including the network risk management into the list of major tasks for any possible trigger of such risks due to incorrect operations or programmatically when we consider new strategies to monitor the hidden threats, loopholes and other means to lower risks.”

Mr. Cai Yuliang
Team Leader of Smart Ships, China Classification Society (CCS)





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