Thursday, October 6, 2022

4th International Maritime Industries Expo to Be Hosted by Tehran

The Fourth Iran International Maritime Industries Exhibition (Iran-IMEX 2016) will be held in Tehran from September 24-26, concurrent with World Maritime Day.

Issuing a statement on World Maritime Day, the National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) said the Iran-IMEX is the most important international event in Iran’s maritime field, bringing major maritime organizations and companies together. To this end, the presence of key and well-accredited international companies and organizations at the fair will provide a precious opportunity to get acquainted with the world’s state-of-the-art achievements and technology.

The exhibition will cover an area of 41,000m2 and 15,000 experts and technicians from Asia and Europe are expected to visit it. It will provide participants from Muslim countries with an opportunity to share experience in the maritime domain.

It will showcase achievements in shipping and maritime transportation, ship building industry, oil and gas onshore industries, maritime and port services, military and defence services, oceanology and meteorology, electronics and communication, tourism and maritime recreation, maritime rights, ranking institutions, insurance and credit institutes, topography and hydrography, maritime environment, special economic free zones, fisheries and aquifers,   maritime rescue and search, maritime technical and scientific higher education centres, customer service directors, international and domestic business development directors, and international maritime transportation companies.

The most important goal of the conference is to introduce potential and achievements of Iran maritime and sailing industries, and promotion of the maritime culture. Among other goals of the expo are promotion of the specialized and scientific approach to the maritime and sailing industry, upgrading knowledge of the officials, directors, experts and students of maritime and contribution to globalization.

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