Meet 45 German companies
24 - 27 October 2017
Welcome to the presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany!
We cordially invite you to visit the official German Pavilion at Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO), Busan, Korea.
45 German companies are presenting their latest technologies at KORMARINE 2017.
Germany is a leading maritime nation and the largest exporter of high-tech marine equipment worldwide. The preconditions for successful co-operations with the Korean shipbuilding are given. For many years, the German maritime industries have been a reliable partner of the Korean shipping and shipbuilding industry and will certainly always be willing to give their utmost to continue and deepen these fertile and promising relations also in the future.
The maritime branches of the German shipbuilding and maritime equipment industries comprise more than 400 equipment manufacturers. The special characteristic of German marine industries lies upon its capability to offer made-to-measure solutions at the highest technical standards, including now ideas for digital products and services.
On behalf of all exhibitors, the official German organizations wish all participants a successful show and extend a warm welcome to all visitors of the German Pavilion.
BMWi - Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
AUMA - Association of the German Trade Fair Industry
VDMA - Mechanical Engineering Industry Assocation – Marine Equipment and Systems
VSM - German Shipbuilding and Ocean Industries Association
SAMSON Controls Ltd., Co.
3241 - Globe Control Valve for Standard Industrial Applications
Booth number: 4Q-07
Heinrich Eibach GmbH
Chamfering by robot system
Booth number: 4N-10
Bals Elektrotechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Booth number: 4S-13
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG
Voith Schneider Propeller
Booth number: 4Q-08
JOWO – Systemtechnik GmbH
Booth number: 4R-14
ACO Marine Systems GmbH
ACO Clarimar MF Sewage Treatment Plant
Booth number: 4R-12
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Successful market entry for newly designed Oxygen- and Hydrogen valves
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