Russian delegates on a UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) Inward Mission to Oceanology International 2014 (11-13 March, London ExCeL), the world’s largest exhibition for marine science and technology are eager to make the most of their time at the show and make contact with their peers who are at the show. Those interested in meeting them should contact Russia@uktieventsteam.com; or visit the Society of Maritime Industries stand (D650)
Amongst the Russian delegation are
- Mr Vladimir Bazhenov, Deputy Director General, Baltiysky Zavod Sudostroenie LLC;
- Mr Nikolai Novoselov, Deputy Director General – Chief Engineer, and Mr Konstantin Armashev, Design Engineer from JSC <<SPMDB << Malachite>>;
- Mr Nikolai Guzanov, Head of Renovation Technologies for Automation, Radio Electronics from JS R&D Technological Bureau Onega;
- and Mr Vladimir Kapustin, General Director of OAO VNIPIneft.
“We greatly appreciate UKTI’s efforts to help British business in this way, ” says Event Director, James Coleman of Reed Exhibitions Ltd. “With some 560 companies exhibiting, we are sure that this, and other, delegations will have a most fruitful visit.”
About the organisations – and who they want to meet
Baltiysky Zavod is one of the major shipbuilding enterprises in Russia.
The Baltiysky Zavod shipyard specialises in construction of icebreakers and ice-classed vessels (with nuclear-powered propulsion, as well as conventionally powered), large commercial vessels for carrying various types of cargo, and naval ships. The company also manufactures a wide range of marine propulsion equipment and machinery for equipping ships built at the shipyard, as well as for supplying other yards. Baltiysky Zavod also manufactures heat exchanges for nuclear power plants and is a major producer of non-ferrous and core-mould castings. One of the most promising fields of the shipyard’s activity is the construction of floating nuclear power plants.
Baltiysky Zavod is interested in communication with current and prospective business partners. Baltiysky Zavod deals with Trelleborg Sealing Solutions in the area of damping elements for the FSU construction under project 20870. Survitec Group take part in process of tender for supply of survival solutions for the Project 22220. Cathelco provides the same project with the cathodic protection. Baltiskiy Zavod is interested in cooperation with Tyco Marine Solutions in the area of fire extinguishing systems, with Nabrico in the area of deck hardware, with PROP SCAN Marine Technology due to the measuring assemblies for propeller pitch measuring.
JSC «SPMDB «Malachite», provides construction and trials of diesel-electric submarines, nuclear-powered submarines and manned engineering underwater vehicles for ocean exploration. Apart from submarines projects creation, among the current projects of «Malachite» is the creation of engineering means for exploration of the Arctic shelf.
The two mission delegates from JSC «SPMDB «Malachite» are eager to meet specialists in underwater positioning and metrology, underwater communications, unmanned underwater vehicles, UUV, ROV. BAE System, Bluefin Robotics.
Research and Design Technological Bureau «Onega» is one of the leading engineering design companies in the Russian shipbuilding industry. Their major activities include:
- Repair and modernization of ships and vessels
- Utilization and rehabilitation of civil vessels
- Design of furniture for ships
- Civil marine equipment design
- Design and project documentation creation
- Mr Novoselov is eager to meet those involved with electric motors, electrical equipment, subaquatic station-keeping.
OAO VNIPIneft performs activities and renders services for the facilities of oil and gas producing, oil refining and gas processing industries, oil and gas chemical, chemical and fertilizer plants:
- Project Management
- Designer Supervision Services
Mr Kapustin is keen to have meetings with leading British companies offering equipment and technologies for the oil and gas industry.
Free online registration to both the exhibition and the conferences being held at Oceanology International is at www.oceanologyinternational.com
About Oceanology International
Oceanology International is the global forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans. Established in 1969, Oceanology International features the world’s largest exhibition for marine science and technology, multiple agenda-setting technical conferences, and a visiting vessels and waterside demonstration programme.
The Oceanology International portfolio includes
Oceanology International China 2013 (held 3-5 September 2013, INTEX Shanghai, China): this launch event was developed with the local government and industry associations and provided organisations with the opportunity to capitalise on China’s rapidly growing offshore energy and marine industries. The next Oceanology International China event will take place 3-5 September 2014 in Shanghai. For more details: www.oichina.com.cn/en
Oceanology International 2014 (11-13 March 2014, ExCeL London, UK): Over 550 international exhibitors and 8, 000 attendees are expected to take part in this global forum. Eight one-day conferences and three panel discussion on key industry topics will take place during the three days of the show, as well as waterside demonstrations. For more details: www.oceanologyinternational.com
Spillex (11-13 March 2014, ExCeL London, UK): Spillex is a dedicated area inside the Oceanology International 2014 exhibition hall and features the latest technology and service solutions for assessing the potential of spill related impacts, mitigating against and, if necessary, responding to them. For more details: www.oceanologyinternational.com/Spillex/
Catch the Next Wave conference (10 March 2014, London): at this international conference, now in its second year, global experts will speak about disruptive technologies and where they are emerging in the marine sector. The first Houston-based Catch the Next Wave conference will be held in Autumn 2014. For more details: www.ctnwconference.com
Oceansp@ce: Oceansp@ce is an online and free-of-charge resource which delivers hand-picked news from the world to the marine science and ocean technology community. For more details: www.oceanspacenews.com