Visit the Acta Marine Exhibition Stand 5
The annual Wind Days will take place on the 15th and 16th of June 2016. The theme this year is Wind: Leading the Energy Transition. Acta Marine will also be part of the two-day event in Rotterdam, where exhibitions will be held for companies and organizations to showcase their products and services.
Wind Days 2016, organized by TKI Wind op Zee, will consist of an extensive program for visitors, with the opportunity for companies and organizations to come in direct contact with possible clients. Acta Marine will showcase their Acta Orion and the Crew Transfer Vessels, which have been deployed for various projects in the offshore wind power industry. In addition, there will be discussions about the challenges during the development, construction and operation of offshore wind parks. Leading speakers will provide a diverse program with workshops and lectures on innovations and interesting research results.
Please Visit Acta Marine at our booth
Companies that are looking to explore the wind industry in the Netherlands, are advised to register for the international matchmaking program. This matchmaking will provide entrepreneurs and companies the opportunity to identify potential business partners. To expand Acta Marine’s network and meet potential business partners and interesting participants, our company has its own exhibition stand number 5. Tickets for Wind Days 2016 are still available.
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