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Ship & Port + Europort Maritime - Qatar
Qatar, Qatar - 5-7 May 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Qatar is a key hub for shipping, port and maritime industry offering innumerable opportunitites for the development of this business in the region. It presents the ideal ground to host Ship & Port + Europort Maritime. The previous edition of the expo witnessed tremendous success in Qatar, setting a new revolution in the Middle East.

Partnered by two big industry forces Ship & Port + Europort Maritime sets ground for showcasing the latest in products and services related to the accelerating maritime industry in the Middle East and Asia.

Date(s):
5-7 May 2008

Venue:
Doha, Qatar International Exhibition Center

http://www.europortmaritime.nl
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