Kormarine Will Have International Exhibits

Exhibitors from 11 countries— Canada, Finland, Holland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, U.K., U.S.A., and West Germany — have already booked for Kormarine '80, the International Shipbuilding, Marine Equipment, P o r t s and Harbors Exhibition which will be held in KOEX, the new exhibition center in Seoul, Republic of Korea, July 28-August 4, 1980. The exhibition will also have a significant Korean participation.

Kormarine '80 will provide a first-time opportunity for worldwide manufacturers of equipment for ships and ports to show their products in the fastest-growing shipbuilding nation in the world.

The Republic of Korea is set upon a course of modernization and expansion, with a particularly vast shipbuilding program and massive expenditure proposed on its ports.

The demand for modern equipment from Europe and the West for such programs is forecast to increase.

The largest national participation will be from Norway, with 20 companies and organizations represented on the Norwegian pavilion.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 4,  May 1980 eastern United States

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