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First Asian Forum for Marine Surveyors

      6/29/2000

For the first time ever, like-minded industry executives will have the opportunity to share views and exchange information on the marine surveying business in Asia. IBC is presenting this two-day seminar in Hong Kong (23 - 24 November 2000) to bring together marine surveyors and their clients. The aim will be to strengthen the Client/Surveyor relationship and to hear about new technology and developments in the marine surveying field.

The seminar will be of particular interest to marine surveyors, shipowners, shippers, charterers, freight forwarders, shipping agents, shipbrokers and maritime students. It is hoped to have exhibits of equipment and to add on some training courses of interest to marine surveyors. It will be an excellent opportunity to network.
If this Forum is successful, the event will be annually rotated around major ports in Asia.

More information: IBC Asia Limited, Eva Low or Kiwi Marine Consultants Ltd, Hong Kong, Mike Wall


 


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