Sponsoring Arctic Shipping Forum 2014 is a fantastic way of raising your company’s profile within this market and creating greater awareness of your brand. Join us at Arctic Shipping Forum 2014 to promote new and existing products and service offerings in a high profile way amongst a select group of other sponsors and exhibitors.
How Can You Get Involved?
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Here are a few ideas:
|Event Partner Branding
As an event partner, your logo will be prominently displayed on the stage and throughout the event. In addition, your brand will be prominent on:
At this leading industry event you can be sure you are demonstrating your thought leadership to the most senior level audience. Opportunities include:
Delegate Badge Sponsor
Conference Wifi Sponsor
Networking Drinks Reception Host
Conference Bag Sponsor
If you wish to present a new technology, showcase your products and services or provide a meeting place for your representatives to speak to potential clients, we can tailor a space to your needs.
The Technology Incubator is a 15 minute session designed for companies to show new innovative products and services. It allows companies to make a presentation and take questions in the form of a specific conference stream . Includes full use of AV equipment.
| And that's not all - there are many other branding opportunities such as those below. We would also love to hear any ideas you may have.
Want to know more? For more information please do not hesitate to get in touch and I would be happy to discuss further.
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Driven by our purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV GL enables organizations to advance the safety and sustainability of their business. Operating in more than 100 countries, our 16,000 professionals are dedicated to helping our customers in the maritime, oil & gas, energy and other industries to make the world safer, smarter and greener.
Specialised expertise in the Arctic conditions of the North
Arctia Shipping Ltd is a specialised shipping company offering icebreaking, offshore services using multipurpose icebreakers, marine construction, oil-spill response and ferry services.
A high-quality fleet and solid expertise - an unbeatable combination
Arctia's fleet consists of variety of vessels ranging from small ferries to multi-purpose icebreakers:.
Our expertise is founded on an experienced staff and modern multi-purpose vessels. Together, these success factors make for an unbeatable combination, and enable us to offer tailored services to our customers - now and in the future.
The GMC Group is a locally owned industrial corporation in Stavanger, Norway, focusing on ships, rigs and offshore installations. The corporation was established in 1973. It consists of the companies GMC Maritime, GMC HVAC, GMC Shipping, GMC Elektro, GMC Yard, GMC Rig Services, GMC Brannvern, GMC Hinna Base and GMC Engineering. The GMC Group offers multi-disciplinary services with a high degree of flexibility. The companies in the group have a high degree of independence, employing their own organizations, management and board of directors. Aided by good internal collaboration and communication, the companies’ independence contributes to increased professional focus and quality in all projects. The corporation is renowned for its ability to turn projects around quickly and manage short deadlines while maintaining flexibility without compromising quality. Since its incorporation during the international shipping crisis in 1973, GMC has proven this model to hold water in a very volatile market.
Aker Arctic (AARC) is a company established in 2005 to continue the successful R&D work of the former Kvaerner Masa-Yards’ Arctic Technology Center MARC in Finland. With a brand-new ice model testing facility in Helsinki, the company offers to its clients research and development services on maritime transport systems, ships, offshore structures and ports, ship and propulsion system design as well as ice navigation training on a world-wide basis.
In addition to two Arctic oil shuttle systems now under construction the company is deeply involved in developing new logistic systems for Arctic liquefied natural gas (LNG), Arctic mining and Arctic drilling.
Nordic Yards is one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of technologically sophisticated and innovative vessels and complex offshore structures. The yards in Wismar and Warnemünde – Europe’s most modern specialised shipyards with direct access to the Baltic Sea – guarantee an excellent quality “made by Nordic”. Since 1946 the shipyards’ expert teams have designed, produced and equipped almost 1,000 high-technology shipbuilding projects in 74 product classes, 120 of them with ice-class 1A and above.
Nordic Yards combines high-tech production with strict adherence to delivery dates. The strategic focus is on the development and manufacture of technologically sophisticated products and covers the following divisions:
• Nordic Arctic: ice-breaking and ice-going ships
• Nordic Ferries: RoRo and RoPax ferries
• Nordic Offshore Oil & Gas: offshore supply vessels, oil rigs
• Nordic Offshore Wind: installation and service vessels, platforms, foundations
Arctech – we make you break the ice
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Inc. specializes in arctic shipbuilding technology, e.g. building icebreakers and other arctic offshore and special vessels. It also unites the marine industry clusters of Russia and Finland.
Arctech is a joint-venture, that is owned by equal shares by two worlds largest shipbuilding companies STX Finland Oy and Russian United Shipbuilding Corporation. The joint venture agreement was signed in December 2010 and the company started its operation in April 2011.
Helsinki Shipyard has an extensive experience: Almost 150 years of shipbuilding, over 100 years experience in building icebreakers including about 60 % of icebreakers operational today. Arctech is also the forerunner in developing technological innovations. Arctech Helsinki Shipyard is located in Helsinki and has approximately 400 employees. www.arctech.fi
KEMEL is part of NOK and Kobe Steel Groups in Japan. Manufacturing propeller shaft stern tube seals, white metal non-metallic bearings used on propulsion systems for over 50 years. Special focus on "Green" technology has resulted in the non-pollution Air Seal, biodegradable, non-toxic, non-oil, lubricants ST- 77 and TH-100, along with the FFB bearing and EVK seal for water lubricated shafting. A special focus on Polar Class vessel propulsion and environmental requirements.
Main Business Activities
1. Propulsion engineering and life-circle management
2. Components and whole propulsion systems manufacturing, including shaft lines, propellers, steerable and tunnel thrusters, monitoring and control systems
3. Propulsion services including urgent repair works
4. Supply of propulsion spare parts
5. Project management for the propulsion design & delivery & installation
6. Marketing and representation of the propulsion components makers