Maritime by Holland Pavilion Making Debut at Offshore Energy 2011

The first – ever Maritime by Holland Pavilion is making its debut at the trade show Offshore Energy which is being held October 11 and 12. Offshore is seen as major growth market for the Dutch Maritime Industry.

This conclusion was made after a thorough export research done by the branch association Holland Shipbuilding in 2011.

The European Offshore and Energy industry will be introduced to the Dutch Maritime cluster with the Maritime by Holland Pavilion. Offshore Energy is taking place in Amsterdam RAI.

Cocktail party

“Visitors of the Trade show are welcome to join us for a sizzling cocktail party on Tuesday afternoon in the Holland Lounge (stand C) of the Maritime by Holland Pavilion. This network event will start at 17:00 hours and is being offered by Holland Shipbuilding.”

Participants of Maritime by Holland Pavilion ( hal 8 )

Bakker Sliedrecht Electro Industrie BV

• Brevini Nederland BV

• Roxtec BV


• VanderPloeg

• Verebus Engineering BV

Offshore Energy

Offshore Energy is the only event dedicated to offshore energy in The Netherlands. Over 300 exhibitors will showcase their products and services to the world’s leading experts and decision makers in the oil and gas, energy and offshore E&P industry. The organizer is expecting over 5000 visitors from over 20 countries.

This is Maritime by Holland

Maritime by Holland is a joint initiative of the 11,000 companies within a 100 km radius, powering the maritime cluster in Holland. Entire industries with a global leadership position.

Together, the Dutch maritime sector generates social and economic value for clients worldwide through an unbeatable combination of expertise, imagination and collaboration.

Powered by HME

Project organisation HME organises the Maritime by Holland Pavilion. HME supports maritime companies by organizing projects in the field of international trade, innovation and professional training. HME is part of Holland Shipbuilding Association.

Source: Maritime by Holland,September 23, 2011;

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