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Consilium to INMEX India 2013, Bombay

The international INMEX conference takes place alongside the exhibition and is open to all visitors. The session themes are focused on the issues and solutions within the Indian maritime sector and are chaired by industry leaders and spokespersons.

Theme Sessions include:

  • Shipbuilding, Ship Repair and its Ancillary Industry
  • Trends & Developments in Coastal & Inland Shipping
  • Country Session: Holland: Workshop on Inland Coastal Shipping
  • Industry Academia collaboration towards enhanced R&D and Human Resource
  • Dredging - Demand Drivers & Key Growth Trends
  • Latest innovations & technologies in Maritime & Shipping
  • Creating World Class Port Infrastructure in India
  • Infrastructure Needs & Financing Initiatives
  • Major Developments in Shipping Infrastructure that Outline Future Growth

 

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