Voices about MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo
We are delighted to be supporting the upcoming MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo this September in Hamburg, co-located alongside Seatrade Europe.
Our cruise line members in the interior, hospitality and refurb sectors are always looking for fresh ideas, inspiration and new suppliers. The strategic location
of the show, Hamburg, makes it an ideal opportunity for suppliers, yards and cruise lines to get together. We are looking forward to being at both Seatrade
Europe and MARINE INTERIORS Cruise and Ferry Global Expo this September!
The basics for a safe ship are created during the early concept development stage. The first step is to subdivide the ship into fire zones and watertight partitions.
Planning the escape routes and the lifeboat positions is the second step, material selection the third.
MV Werften welcomes MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in Hamburg. We have a high demand for good suppliers and will certainly take this opportunity to further
expand our supplier network.
The maritime supplier industry is delighted to have a platform in the middle of Europe with MARITIME INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo. Here we meet our target group perfectly and
can present our products for passenger shipbuilding to ship owners, shipyards and designers. Thereby we benefit from the joint event with Seatrade Europe as well as from the strong
We are constantly on the lookout for new suppliers that offer solutions tailored to our needs. I am excited about the contacts and inspiration we will gain
at the great double event comprimising MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo and the 10th anniversary of Seatrade Europe.
As an interior design company of over 220 cruise ships it is vital to talk to and see what marine interior suppliers currently working in the sector, as well as new entrants, have in their
product lines. We look forward to attending MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo and the co-located Seatrade Europe.
I'm very pleased that 'design' is spearheading the conference sessions at MARITIME INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in Hamburg. As cruise brands continually search for a
competitive edge, the role of design is pivotal in delivering the guest experience and fulfilling their brand ambition. I'm delighted to be joined by other industry professionals,
who share the same passion for 'great design' and how this is helping brands not only retain but attract new guests to cruising.
The basic ingredients of a successful shipyard business are quality, efficiency and reliability. And the prerequisite for that is having perfectly
coordinated interaction between the shipyard and its partner companies. That makes us all the happier to be able to further intensify our contact
with long-standing suppliers and to strengthen our team with new suppliers at this year’s MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo.
The design, architecture and services of a terminal are becoming ever more important, because that's where the journey, the holiday, begins. A positive guest experience in the terminals also has a positive effect on the image of the city.
I am therefore delighted that the MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo will pick up on this exciting topic in the future.