International Maritime Expo, India – INMEX India 2007

by OldSailor on October 1, 2007



Starting On: 03 October 2007

Finishing On: 05 October 2007

International Exhibition on Shipbuilding, Marine Equipment, Dredging, Ports & Port Technology, Ocean Engineering and Marine Offshore Technology.

The fifth edition of INMEX India will be held in Mumbai once again to open up innumerable opportunities at its trade exhibition by giving you the cutting edge technology and products. INMEX being the premier maritime event in India will provide a common platform for the marine industry to interact with significant customers & key decision makers.

Objectives of INMEX India 2007

• To provide a comprehensive business platform for the global maritime industry.
• To be the conduit in the formulation of business plans & strategies.
• To enable converting business potential of this sector into commerce.
• To bring together the government, maritime bodies & the industry in achieving the above.


  • Trade Exhibition
  • Forum & Round Table
  • B2B Meetings

Visitors:Navy / Coastguard, Port authorities / Government & private ports, Shipping companies / Owners / Managers, Ship building / Ship design / Shipyards, Dredging companies, Offshore & Oil rig companies, Cargo handling / Logistic service providers, Equipment manufacturers / Distributors, Maritime institutions & services, Media are the target visitors.

Exhibitors:Exhibitors include Port infrastructure, Port Construction & development, Cargo Handling & Transport System, Offshore technology, Shipbuilding / Shipyard industry, Naval & passenger ships, Oil tankers, Deck machinery and accessories, Anchor fittings & accessories, Marine equipment, Shipboard networks, Ship management systems, Ship operation & equipment, Ship safety equipment, Marine technology, Systems & equipment for marine research, Ship’s suppliers, Ship Owners.

Venue:Bombay Exhibition Centre, NSE Exhibition Complex,Goregaon, Mumbai. Maharashtra, India

Details of the city Mumbai
The island city of Mumbai lies off the west coast of India just south of the tropic of Cancer. Because of its harbour, a wide bay between the city and the mainland, facing Africa and East Asia, Mumbai has been a natural shipping and trading center.

The position of the city ensures a uniform warm temperature throughout the year. The main climatic variation is provided by rainfall. Lying windward of the Western Ghats, Mumbai receives most of its rain from the South Asian Monsoon, between June and September every year.

Click here for more information on Mumbai

Organiser:PDA Trade Fairs (PDATF) - is one of India’s frontrunners in organizing technology focused niche events such as international trade expos, conferences and seminars in India and abroad. The PDA group is committed to deliver events of the highest standards in the industry, unmoved by the size of the project.

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