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INMEX in China

Norwegian Director General of Shipping and Navigation, Olav Akselsen, attended the opening of the maritime exhibition INMEX in Guangzhou in southern China today.

Several Norwegian companies are present at the exhibition. The Norwegian pavilion was prepared by Norwegian Maritime Exporters (NME) in cooperation with the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Guangzhou.

Mr. Akselsen met the various Norwegian companies and discussed their new technologies and the importance of the Chinese market.

 - For Norwegian shipping, INMEX is a useful arena to show the Chinese market what products and services they can offer, says Director General Olav Akselsen.

 

 

(Source: Norwegian Maritime Authority)

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