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Swedish Marine Seminar in South Korea 2019

14 Nov 2019 12:00 - 16:30 Hilton Busan, 268-32 Gijanghaean-ro, Gijang-eup, Busan, 46083, South Korea

Collaborate with leading companies in Swedish Marine technology to nurture our ocean ecosystem

As the global demand in consideration of sustainability and protection of the ocean environment is higher, Business Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Maritime Technology Forum (part of RISE) and leading companies - ABB, Alfa Laval and KraftPowercon, will present Swedish marine technology driven by environmental awareness. Ship-owners, operators, manufacturers and other relevant stakeholders with their base in the Korean market are welcome to join to discuss collaboration in this field.

The South Korean Marine industry is rebounding and getting orders that require high technology and quality ships. At the same time, global demand for solutions with a focus on sustainability and protection of ocean environment is higher than ever. It is an excellent time for Swedish companies to present and promote capabilities within the marine solutions and discuss sustainable thinking and how to collaborate to nurture our ocean ecosystem.

Business Sweden would like to invite ship-owners, operators and manufacturers who have their base in the Korean market to discuss collaboration. The main objectives to understand the current status of Korean marine industry and strengthen the awareness of Swedish marine competence and its innovative and sustainable development. At this event, Business Sweden hopes to provide increased business opportunities and collaboration through networking opportunities with local stakeholders and decision makers. Register for the event and join the networking lunch with Ambassador of Sweden, Jakob Hallgren!

Register here.

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Judy Jungmin Lee

+82 70 4713 5909