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January events offer valuable insight into Brazilian maritime sector

By Mersey Maritime

A trio of events taking place in mid-January offer the opportunity to meet specialists in the Brazilian marine and shipbuilding sector.

Brazil has a strong shipbuilding sector focused on the provision of vessels for a wide range of applications including oil & gas, leisure, cargo and passenger transport.

The round table discussions take place in Poole in Dorset on Tuesday, January 16, Gateshead on Wednesday, January 17, and London on Thursday, January 18, will offer valuable insights into this growing market.

Owner/operators and shipyards in Brazil are looking to the UK for expertise, technology, goods and services in areas which include:

  • Vessel design & development
  • Navigation
  • Propulsion Communication
  • Safety
  • Training
  • High-tech composites

Express your interest by 8th January to: Luma Dias, assistant sector manager at  luma.dias@fco.gov.uk

Tony McDonough

Consultant at YBNews

Mobile: 07931 964948

Twitter: tonymc39

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January events offer valuable insight into Brazilian maritime sector