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ExpoShipping 2002
Istanbul, Turkey - 30th, 31st October and the 1st Nov. 2002
Exhibition / trade show

International Shipping Exhibition and Conference.
The organisers state that the Turkish shipping sector which shows a continuous development with its fleet, shipbuilding industry and fishing sector has made a great leap during the last ten years and reached a market volume of 9.45 billion US dollars. Due to the development of the ports, the cargo volume reached to 186.345.867 tonnes in 2000 and, according to the initial estimates, to 171.076.340 tonnes in 2001, and so the shipping sector attained a powerful potential for the years to come. By constructing ships for the world fleets the shipbuilding industry has commenced to compete with the world markets. At a time of maritime sector’s achieving great development.
EXPOSHIPPING 2002 will be opened to introduce the related products and services to the world markets. It will prove the strong position in maritime sector of our country Türkiye which, with its situation, has an important place in the globalized world.
EXPOSHIPPING 2002 will provide new business and cooperation opportunities for the maritime sector.

Visitors Profile:
Shipowners
agents
Engineers concerned with maritime sector
Turkish Navy Personnel
Ship operators
Fishermen
Purchasing department officials of the maritime companies
Port administrators

Date(s):
30th, 31st October and the 1st Nov. 2002

Venue:
CNR ISTANBUL -the largest International Exhibition Center in Eurasia.

Contact for booking / more info:
ITF Istanbul Trade Fairs, CNR Expo Center 34830 Yesilkoy-Istanbul Turkey Mr. M. Tolga Beyaz International Sales & Promotion Coordinator Phone: +90 (212) 663 08 81(100 lines) Ext: 2065 Fax: +90 (212) 663 09 73-74 e-mail: tolga.beyaz@itf-exhibitions.com

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