| LAUTINDO | MEDIA | EVENT | TRADE | LAUTINDO.com | Up to date and dedicated maritime businesses [MEDIA] [EVENT] [TRADE] with verified sources and reliable informative content events trades features. The readership & partnership come from Local and International maritime stakeholders: Shipping Industries | Maritime Infractructures & Contruction | Maritime Energy & Mining | Maritime Fisheries | Maritime Technology | Maritime Trades | Maritime Tours & Travel | Maritime Event | Specificly they are Business Owners, Professional, Experties, also from Governments [Ministries & Bodies], Institution and Association | LAUTINDO.com |Read more
Indonesia Maritime Expo (IME) 2017 is the most anticipated international event in Indonesia for the world’s maritime players. It’s where you need to be to strengthen your presence, build business alliances and develop potential businesses with Indonesia. “IME 2017; Indonesia Must Attend Maritime, Shipping & Offshore Exhibition & Conference”.Read more
The Marintec Indonesia, has been successfully held twice in Jakarta, now the Indonesia leading event for the shipbuilding and maritime industries, will be held alongside, co-location Indonesia’s comprehensive exhibition for petroleum exploration, production and refining services and products, Oil & Gas Indonesia and Mining Indonesia at Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, 13-16 September 2017. “Marintec Indonesia 2017; Indonesia Maritime Industry Transformation and Innovation”.Read more
| Lautindo | Maritim | JAKARTA – Menteri Koordinator Kemaritiman merangkap Pelaksana Tugas Menteri Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan membeberkan hasil kunjungan ke Jepang berbuah manis. Pemerintah dan Pengusaha Kemaritiman Jepang berkomitmen menanamkan investasi tidak kurang dari US$10 miliar, yang setara Rp130 triliun, mulai tahun depan. “Jepang Siap Investasi Maritim Indonesia Rp130 Triliun”.Read more
| Lautindo | Event | Hamburg | It has been barely two years since the crude oil price hit rock bottom and the offshore industry, especially the oil and gas segment, suffered a severe blow. Since then business has been more or less stagnant. The super majors have cut investments. Shipbuilders, suppliers and associated services are largely sitting idle. But there are new signs of a possible upward trend: The 2016 “Offshore Support Vessel Global Market Outlook” published by the Indian market research organisation Wise Guy Reports expects the Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) market to grow 5.7 per cent annually, reaching a volume of US$43.07 billion by 2022.
SMM, the leading international maritime trade fair | 6 – 9 sept 2016 | hamburg, germany |Read more