Grange Shipping are exhibiting at DIMDEX 2014

25th-Mar

Grange Shipping are exhibiting at DIMDEX 2014, Doha, Qatar from 25th - 27th March.

Please feel free to visit our stand H3-30d or contact johng@grangeshipping.co.uk if you would like to arrange a meeting.

The 2014 exhibition and conference is set to be the largest event for the protection of the region's borders providing the latest solutions for maritime defence and the protection of critical off shore infrastructure.

With the new Qatar Naval Base under construction and the MENA naval market predicted to spend up to US $ 50 billion in the next 20 years, DIMDEX provides a critical platform that gathers senior delegations, key decision-makers, experts and buyers from all over the world to discuss the latest naval and maritime security solutions.

DIMDEX and its event organizers, Clarion Events, will look to build on previous editions using their global connectivity and expertise.

The 2014 show is set to be the biggest event yet attracting over 200 exhibiting companies, an increase in naval delegations, more strategic buyers and will provide a platform for the entire supply chain to do business, network and build new relationships.

As in previous years, DIMDEX 2014 will feature a high-level strategic conference, the Middle East Naval Commanders Conference (MENC), which will open the event and we are proud to announce that for 2014, further conferences will be added and will discuss, Unmanned Systems, Helicopters, Protection of Offshore Infrastructure and Maritime Border Security, C4ISR Technologies and Special Operations.

An extensive warship display at Doha Commercial Port and a brand new outside demonstration area will complete the event.

Held with the official support of the Qatar Armed Forces, hosted by the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces along with a strong commitment from neighboring countries naval defence forces, DIMDEX 2014 is the definitive exhibition for the industry to take advantage of current and future procurement opportunities across the region.
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