Never before has the cruise and ferry industry seen a similar situation with operations being shut down worldwide and uncertainty about the beginning and extent of the upturn. But the restart will come. And when we set sail again, as the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) puts it in its update on cruise industry respond to COVID-19, our community will be an important part of the global economic and societal recovery.
So, what will the „new normal“ look like on board in a post-pandemic age? From 8 – 10 September 2021, MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo will provide answers. With cruise lines introducing new health standards, the trade fair extends its concept by adding suppliers in the fields of health & safety as well as medical equipment to the show.
Europe's first stand-alone trade fair for interior design, equipment and technology for passenger ships celebrated a highly acclaimed debut in September 2019, with thousands of industry professionals on the exhibition floor and renowned speakers in the conference area. Powered by SMM, the event benefitted from the organisation and networking strength of the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry. Moreover, the co-location with Seatrade Europe provided additional attention from the "who's who" of the cruise industry. Success factors which will remain in place in the future.
categories in 2021:
We've heard from many small companies that they want to exhibit at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, but shy away from the costs. There's a smart solution to it: just share stand and fee with other small exhibitors. Complete the co-exhibitor matching form and discover who is also searching and with whom you may take part together.
It was a perfect opportunity for business on a global scale: CEOs, Procurement Officers, Naval Architects, Business Development Directors, Technical Directors, Designers and other senior managers – 2,800 industry experts of more than 1,520 companies out of 46 nations visited MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019.
INTERIOR EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY
AV & Media Technology / Doors & Windows, Portholes / Electrical Systems & Automation / Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) / Laundry Equipment / Lifts & Escalators / Onboard Logistics / Paints, Coatings & Corrosion Protection / Provision & Cold Stores / Safety & Security Equipment / Sanitary Installation Systems / Stairways, Rails, Top Rails / Waste Management
Cabins & Cabin Modules / Decoration & Accessories / Fabrics & Textiles / Floors & Carpeting / Furniture / Greening Design & Plants / Lighting Systems / Interior Paints & Colour Schemes / Signage / Soft Furnishings & Covers / Walls & Ceilings
GALLEY, RESTAURANT, BAR EQUIPMENT & HOSPITALITY
Bed Linen, Tablecloths, Towels / Beverage Equipment / Cooking Equipment / Cooking Preparation / Dishwashers & Cleaning Equipment / Food Distribution Systems / Galley Equipment / Glasses, China, Cutlery, Buffet Accessories / Housekeeping Equipment / Hospitality Software / Refrigeration Equipment / Restaurant & Bar Equipment / Waste Disposal & Hygiene
SHIPYARDS, OUTFITTING &
Interior Designers &
Consultants / Outfitting Companies /
Shipyards / Other
The segment is enjoying a lot of attention, which was more than visible on the exhibition floor filled with visitors to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo as well as attendee of the co-located Seatrade Europe.
All in all, about 2,800 professional visitors from around the world came to meet with the industry's most creative players. Looking at the very high share of visitors on decision level (86%), it's clear why the exhibitors rave about the premium quality of representatives from leading cruise brands.
We're still thrilled that we had so many outstanding companies from all parts of the world presenting themselves at the premiere of MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in 2019. With renowned brands from Europe and some exhibitors coming all the way from China, Australia and the USA, we knew that we had to bring first-class visitors to the exhibition floor. And we're proud that the numbers speak for themselves.
THE HUB OF EUROPE’S CRUISE INDUSTRY
Germany's largest port city brimms with culture and nightlife. According to „The New York Times“, Hamburg ranks among the world’s top ten travel destinations.
The maritime metropolis offers rambling municipal parks and brims with architectural greatness, an abundance of culture and nightlife beyond compare.