Two of the major current concerns for the maritime industry are Environmental Protection and the Development of Human Resources, and those themes, together with their effects on the growth of the industry, will be discussed in a series of seminars and conferences at the event.
The Japanese maritime market is mature, stable and reliable, and Japanese shipping companies are investing in new tonnages that take full advantage of the very latest in fuel-efficient designs and technology.
With state-of-the-art ships being built in state of the art yards, Japan currently leads the world in maritime technology, and the lower yen, coupled with exceptional efficiency and high-tech designs, has made Japanese shipyards and marine equipment manufacturers among the most competitive in the world.
Company representatives attending trade shows and international market events are advised that Japanese business cards and promotional materials should be considered a basic requirement: overseas events provide an excellent opportunity to make new contacts and to exchange information about your company’s products & services.
Not only is this an important opportunity to provide essential contact information in your client’s language, it also shows a degree of commitment and indicates respect towards your potential business partners.
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- Market: Japan
- Date: 13th – 16th April 2016
- Sector: Maritime
- Organiser: UBM Japan
- Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, Japan