Sponsoring the Arctic Shipping Forum, or even taking an exhibition stand, is a fantastic way of raising your company’s profile within the Arctic and Cold Climate Shipping market and creating greater awareness of your brand.
We can tailor specific sponsorship and exhibition packages to help you meet and influence the people who are going to ensure the growth of your business now and in the future.
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DNV is a global provider of services for managing risk, helping customers to safely and responsibly improve their business performance. As companies today are operating in an increasingly more complex and demanding risk environment, DNV’s core competence is to identify, assess, and advise on how to manage risk. Its technology expertise and industry knowledge, combined with its risk management approach, have been used to manage the risks involved in numerous high-profile projects around the world. Organised as an independent, autonomous foundation, DNV balances the needs of business and society, based on its independence and integrity. With its objective of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV serves a range of industries, with a special focus on the maritime and energy sectors. Established in 1864, the company has a global presence with a network of 300 offices in 100 countries.
ABS is a leading international classification society devoted to promoting the security of life, property and the marine environment through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities. The society has been at the forefront of developing Rules and Guidance for vessels operating in low temperatures. ABS and the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) have joined to develop classification Rules for Arctic Liquefied Natural Gas Carriers. To help address the challenges of vessels operating in the Arctic region, ABS has produced a Guide for Vessels Operating in Low Temperature Environments. Visit the ABS website at www.eagle.org.
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.
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.
Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, better known as ClassNK, creates the rules that safeguard ships, their crews, and the marine environment. With more than 170 million gross tons on our register, ClassNK is the world’s largest classification society, helping ensure the safety of some 20% of the world’s merchant fleet.
Since establishing our first office in Turkey in 1994, we have been committed to providing the highest level of service to the Turkish maritime community. From plan approval to the surveys and services necessary to keep ships safe throughout their life, ClassNK is working with Turkey’s leading shipowners and shipyards to ensure a safer, greener future for the Turkish maritime industry.
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
Trandberg lighting and heating equipment are designed to perform under all climatic conditions, from arctic cold to tropical heat. Product range includes navigation, signal and searchlight systems, floodlights, deck lights, helideck lighting and typhoons. Trandberg is the leading supplier of complete solutions for electrical DE-ICE/Winterization systems for ships and has supplied high quality products to the demanding maritime markets for more than 100 years. Tranberg is a member of the R.Stahl Technology Group.
Arctia Shipping Oy is a limited company owned by the state of Finland and
specializes in icebreaking, special services provided by multipurpose vessels, ferry traffic in the Finnish archipelago and oil spill response operations. Arctia’s fleet consists of four conventional icebreakers, three multi-purpose icebreakers, one oil-recovery icebreaker and eleven vessels used for ferry service in the Finnish archipelago. Our expertise is founded on an experienced staff and unique fleet. Together, these success factors make for an unbeatable combination, and enable us to offer tailored services to our customers.
Interfax Global Energy Services Natural Gas Daily, pdf publication and website www.interfaxenergy.com provides news and analysis on the global natural gas industry, including political, regulatory, and economic issues. Drawing on the resources of parent company, Interfax, the news team delivers exclusive, accurate and up-to-date natural gas intelligence on developments in Russia and the Caspian, as well as all global regions including Europe, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific. Natural Gas Daily content is written by experienced energy journalists as well as local regional experts. The editorial team is committed to delivering the most incisive commentary, and full and accurate coverage of global natural gas and LNG news and events.