Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Wärtsilä will be participating in the 5th edition of Sea Asia 2015, one of Asia's leading maritime exhibition and conference.
At the event, Wärtsilä will showcase solutions relevant to the merchant shipping sector, including dual fuel technology, our capability in the gas value chain, total operational efficiency and worldwide environmental compliance. From 21 - 23 April 2015, our product and technology experts will be at the event to share how Wärtsilä’s is enhancing customers’ business by providing exactly what they need, while enabling them to fast forward into the future.
Guests to Wärtsilä’s stand will hear how Wärtsilä’s ship designs are propelling shipping into the gas age. Did you know that more than 4,000 vessels, so far, have been built based on our designs? We are consistently trying to raise the bar for the shipping industry both in efficiency and in environmental sustainability. We will also share more information about our range of Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS), which comes in 13 distinct modules to suit the needs of all our customers. Our Services experts will also be present to share our customer understanding and adaptability to their needs.
Come join us at our booth (Hall B2, Booth D01) so we can share more about the value of dual fuel technology, fuel flexibility and the other exciting opportunities that Wärtsilä’s is bringing to the Asian markets.
DAILY HAPPY HOUR SESSIONS:
Tuesday 21st April 4-5pm
Meet & network with our Wärtsilä Ship Design experts to discuss their offering for both offshore & merchant segments. Free flow of drinks and nibbles will be on offer!
Wednesday 22nd April 4-5pm
Meet & network with our Pumps experts to discuss their offering, in particular the new LNG Fuel Pump that will be introduced to the market from 7 April 2015. Free flow of drinks and nibbles will be on offer!
Thursday 23rd April 3-4pm
Join us to wrap up Sea Asia 2015 in style at the final Happy Hour session of this event. Free flow of drinks and nibbles will be on offer!
Read more about the exhibition at www.sea-asia.com