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While still performing at VII Seminario de Ingenieria Naval in Bogota, Colombia, South America, MTG Marinetechnik GmbH is already preparing for the DWT Marine Workshop in Germany.
DWT is organising the important event for the navy, industry and government for the 19th time.
MTG CEO Guido Gerdemann is the technical director for the three-day event and looks forward to a lively exchange of knowledge.
Gerdemann said: "To improve the teamwork of the entire stakeholder, we need to know details about our special requirements and working processes. I’m certain lots of presentations and face-to-face encounters will fill existing knowledge gaps."
In October, MTG will attend OPV Middle East in Kuwait City, Kuwait, to intensify its contacts in this area. The conference provides companies with an opportunity to realise meaningful meetings and relationships with over 150 of the region’s top navy officials.
MTG was founded in 1966 in Hamburg, Germany. More than 50 experts in the fields of naval architecture, marine engineering, electrical engineering, weaponry, telecommunications engineering, and computer science work together on projects on an interdisciplinary basis.
Independent and unbiased consulting is the highest priority for the company to provide the ideal approach for every client.
DWT 19 Marine Workshop
Location: Van der Valk Resort, Krakower Chaussee 1, 18292 Linstow, Germany
Date: September 25-27
Venue: Booth B4
Speech: 27 September, 11:05 – ‘Armada – advanced fleet assessment in an early procurement phase’ by Dr Jung
OPV Middle East
Location:Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel and Spa, Kuwait City, Kuwait
Date: 9-11 October
For more information or for appointments, please contact the company via the enquiry form.
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