Informa Markets enters into partnership with IMarEST UAE

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Informa Markets and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology UAE (IMarEST UAE) have announced a strategic partnership for the upcoming Seatrade Maritime Logistics Middle East 2023, Middle East’s largest maritime trade event and conference.

The collaboration aims to highlight the crucial function that maritime engineers play in ensuring the proper operation of vessels and their contribution to the smooth operation of international trade and the world’s economy.

According to the statement, “Taking place on 16 to 18 May 2023, the event that is at the heart of the UAE Maritime Week will be held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure.”

As part of the collaboration, Seatrade Maritime Logistics Middle East 2023 will feature a range of technical sessions, workshops, and keynote speakers covering topics related to maritime engineering and technology.

The organizers will work to foster innovative technologies, best practices, and thought leadership in the maritime industry. With thousands of attendees from around the globe, the event will touch upon the latest trends in the industry, covering topics such as digitalization, sustainability, innovation, and more.

Mr. Arshed Hussain, Middle East Sales Manager, Seatrade Maritime said that, “Marine engineering is crucial for the development of various industries, including maritime. We are delighted to be partnering with IMarEST to highlight the importance of the field for the sector’s progress.”

“This collaboration will encourage knowledge transfer regarding the fundamentals of marine engineering, the latest trends and technologies, and the current challenges. It will also help Seatrade Martieim Logistics Middle East gain a wider audience of IMarEST members from shipping, energy, manufacturing, ship repair, surveying, and classification,” Mr. Hussain added.

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