Shiport China 2004: Set in Tune with the Shipbuilding Industry

Shiport China 2004, the 4th International Ship Building, Port and Marine Technology and Transportation Equipment Exhibition for China, is scheduled for June 22-25, 2004 at the Dalian Xinghai Convention & Exhibition Centre. Dalian. Anticipated to draw more than 30,000 quality buyers, the event will showcase a full array of state-of-the-art technologies covering shipbuilding, ship repairing, marine, port, transportation, and navy, Shiport China 2004 will demonstrate a full array of maritime technology in China and the world, including the newest development in the shipbuilding sector.

In 2002, the total commercial ship completion of China reached 4.61 million dwt, a rise of 18.2% compared with 2001. Among them the export vessels took over 70%, a record in the Chinese shipbuilding industry. Experts forecast that China's shipbuilding industry will continue to grow, from 6.5 million dwt in 2005 to 9-10 million dwt in 2010, making up a quarter of the global output.

Anticipated to draw more than 30,000 quality buyers from China and world- wide, Shiport China is recognized as the flagship event in North China. The Exhibition is presented by the China Association of the Shipbuilding Trade, Dalian Municipal Government; coorganized by (he Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Corp. (Group), Port of Dalian Authority, Liaoning Province Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers.

Dalian Xinghai Convention & Exhibition Centre, and Business & Industrial Trade Fairs Ltd. Supporting Organizers are the Dalian Municipal Bureau of Communications and Dalian Shipbuilding Technology Centre.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 57,  Nov 2003

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