Meet 44 German companies
Seatrade Cruise Global 2018
5 – 8 March 2018
Fort Lauderdale, USA
Welcome to the German Pavilion at Seatrade Cruise Global 2018!
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the AUMA – Association of the German Trade Fair Industry, the Marine and Offshore Equipment Industries (VDMA) and the German Shipbuilding and Ocean Industries Association (VSM) take great pleasure in welcoming you to the official German presentation at "Seatrade Cruise Global 2018". The cruise industry is continuing on its growth path – Cruise regions and destinations in Northern Europe enjoy great popularity and global prospects are bright – and the German shipbuilding industry continues to be the reliable and innovative partner of the cruise business in the region and worldwide. Quality, top-class engineering, reliability and absolute adherence to delivery dates are the most important characteristics of the German shipbuilding industry. German shipyards enjoy an excellent reputation for building top-class cruise ships, ferries and spectacular mega yachts. Specialized SMRC yards are renowned for speedy maintenance and repair services as well as their complex conversions and extensions.
The German maritime industry offers the full range of systems and equipment required for building sophisticated cruise ships, ferries with cruise standard, as well as outstanding yachts. The portfolio ranges from efficient propulsion units to control instruments, electronic equipment, navigation instruments, deck machinery, propellers, pumps and valves to interior outfitting for cabins, restaurants, lounges and other public rooms.
Energy efficiency and environmental protection are core competencies of the German maritime cluster. German manufacturers continuously advance the state of the art, introducing alternative fuels, e.g. LNG and Methanol, and efficient energy converters, such as fuel cells, to maritime tourism. The further reduction of energy consumption and air emissions is not just pursued by innovative technologies, but relies on integration and holistic optimization of ship design and equipment, which can only be achieved by intense co-operation in a complete maritime cluster covering all products and competencies. Last but not least technological leadership is maintained by cruise ship oriented research and development programs well-funded by the German government. You are cordially invited to the German Pavilion, booth 229 and 1513, for latest information on new products and processes as well as results industrial research activities provided by 44 exhibitors.
Cleanmarine GmbH & Co. KG
Cleaning service and material
Booth number: 229-26
DFI DAUERFLORA International GmbH
Artificial Pine Tree with FR Produced Foliage
Booth number: 1513
Osram GmbH Marine Lighting
LINEARlight Flex Diffuse 400lm/m TOP and Side
Booth number: 229-02
Glamox Aqua Signal GmbH
AL45 - Flexible LED strip
Booth number: 229-23
Geo. Gleistein & Sohn GmbH
Booth number: 229-30
Minimax Fire Solutions International GmbH
Booth number: 229-15
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SISHIP EcoMAIN - Digitalization @ Siemens Marine
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The SelfCookingCenter® XS Marine Version
After Rational's highly successful launch of the SelfCookingCenter XS in mid-2016, the marine version of this appliance model is now following this year. The small combi-steamer will now also demonstrate its great performance and commitment on cruise ships, yachts, freighters and in the navy. R... | Further reading