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FINAL CALL – SIMI16 CONFERENCE

Hurry, hurry, you can still register NOW for the ‘Sustainability in the Marine Industry Conference’, taking place next Monday 14th November. Amsterdam RAI –  Powered by METSTRADE  – Supported by ICOMIA.  http://www.regonline.com/SIMI16 Profiting from Circular Thinking, exploring Yacht Recycling, Life Cycle Assesment and the Circular Economy. Hear all about how Sir Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup …

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SIMI16 Speaker addresses Dutch Parliament.

Geert Dijks of HISWA represents Netherlands maritime sector towards the Dutch government. The Managing Director of HISWA (Holland Maritime Industry Association) was invited to address the Permanent Parliamentary Committee for Infrastructure and Environment in the Netherlands on October 26th to represent his organisation’s views on the 2015 -2025 Maritime Strategy which was launched by the …

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Impressive line-up for marine sustainability conference.

Focus on ocean conservation and circular economy starts off the METSTRADE Week in RAI Amsterdam. The main speakers have been announced for the Sustainability in the Marine Industry conference on Monday 14 November, the day before the 2016 METSTRADE Show opens its doors. Illustrating the importance of this event, the conference will be chaired by …

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‘Sustainability in the Marine Industry’… join the discussion.

The second Conference focusing on how the marine industry can deal with its past, and adapt to its future will be held at the RAI Amsterdam Elicium Congress Centre on Monday 14 November. Following the inaugural and highly successful Future of Yacht Recycling Conference staged by Quaynote Communications and YachtMedia on the day before last …

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Future of Yacht Recycling points to solutions for dealing with End-of-Life Boats!

See the video HERE The first ever international Yacht Recycling Conference to be held alongside the METSTRADE show in Amsterdam last week revealed a number of positive initiatives from within the yachting industry. Full written review of the conference below: The organisers of the Future of Yacht Recycling Conference, held at the RAI in Amsterdam …

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Full line up for The Future of Yacht Recycling Conference.

The organisers of the first international Yacht Recycling Conference to take place in conjunction with METSTRADE in Amsterdam on 16th November, have announced more global support for the event, and some additional speakers to complete a packed agenda. Online registration for the conference is still open at: http://www.regonline.co.uk/RECY15 Further details and the complete agenda with …

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Future of Yacht Recycling links up with Material Xperience at METSTRADE show.

With just over a month to go before the Future of Yacht Recycling conference takes place at RAI Amsterdam on 16 November, the organisers have announced another engaging feature which will add even more topical attraction to the day’s proceedings. They are also encouraging delegates to take advantage of the early bird booking rate, which …

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Inaugural Future of Recycling conference in Amsterdam unveils programme…

A yachting industry forum addressing the considerable challenges and opportunities presented by what has become known as ‘End-of-Life Boats’, will be held on Monday 16th November at the RAI Conference Centre in Amsterdam. Powered by METS and technically supported by ICOMIA, the conference entitled The Future of Yacht Recycling will be staged by Quaynote Communications …

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Inaugural Future of Yacht Recycling conference in Amsterdam unveils program…

The first details have been announced of a one-day conference addressing the main issues in the environmentally responsible dismantling and recycling of redundant boats. The Future of Recycling conference will be held on Monday 16 November 2015 in RAI Amsterdam, the day before METS gets underway. It will also feature a dedicated exhibition area where …

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