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Enough equipment to outfit a fleet was shown as displays in last year's Europort show. Officials of the 1981 exhibit anticipate a new record both in attendees and exhibitors.


Europort '81 — the largest in- ternational maritime exhibition and conference—will be 20 years old this month. In terms of prod- ucts, equipment, and technologi- cal presentations, this 20th an- niversary show will be as young as tomorrow.

The exhibit will be held in Rai

Halls, Amsterdam, Netherlands, on November 10 through 14, and a record number of shipping and shipbuilding executives as well as technical personnel from all over the globe are expected to attend.

Europort has grown in stature with the years, quickly becoming one of the leading maritime events. Almost since its incep- tion, Europort has gained a rep- utation as an event that is wel- comed by marine executives for the opportunity it provides to ac- quire and exchange information on a wide range of industry de- velopments.

The show and technical ses- sions cover the spectrum of the maritime industry and are not limited to any particular sector.

The Europort '81 conferences, held in conjunction with the ex- hibition, will for the first time include separate commercial ses- sions in addition to the well- continued on page 64)

M.A.N. — B&W Benelux B.V. was represented at last year's Europort show and will be one of the 1,500 exhibitors in 1981. M.A.N, will exhibit its Alpha Diesel com- plete propulsion system 6T23L-KVO (685 kw) with close-coupled gear box and built-on plate coolers.

Colorful displays of equipment and supplies will attract and inform visitors to

Europort '81 in Amsterdam.

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