With over 2,200 exhibitors and about 50,000 visitors from all over the world, SMM is one of the world’s largest maritime trade fairs. We will be there alongside our partners GEA in Hall A3 Stand 216. On display will be our compact 250 m3/h treatment unit. This unit features recent innovations, including the inline lamp driver and integrated flow meter.
Posidonia 2016 was the largest in terms of exhibition space and most promoted event in the exhibitions’ almost 50-year history, and the 2018 installment (held June 4 – 8 in Athens) is shaping up to be even bigger and better.
We will be there, alongside our partners PAN MARINE in stand 4.230 (Hall 4, Stand 230). Our extremely compact 150 m3/h treatment unit will be on display – see for yourself just how compact it is and learn more about the reasons why shipowners around the world are selecting the Trojan Marinex BWT system.
On March 7, 750 maritime and shipping experts descended upon the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Kallithea, Greece for the 2018 GREEN4SEA Conference.
With a focus on shaping a more sustainable shipping industry, discussions and conversations at the event were centered on fuel alternatives towards 2020, exhaust gas cleaning systems and ballast water treatment.
Our Sales Director Juha Kiukas was part of the speaker lineup and participated in the ballast water stream. During his talk, Juha discussed the importance of a purpose-built ballast water treatment system as well the various market trends and challenges affecting shipowners.
We are looking forward to joining over 140 ballast water industry professionals in Miami for BWMTech North America 2017 (September 26 – 28).
With a chock-full agenda and an impressive speaker lineup, this conference will provide shipowners with actionable ballast water treatment insight on a wide variety of topics.
Agenda topics include:
Testing & Limitations
Putting Compliance Into Action
New Ballast Technologies
Operating Systems Problem-Free
Troubleshooting & Contingency Planning
Coffee & Round Table Sessions
On day 1 of the conference, enjoy refreshments and snacks on us and please feel free to stop by our booth anytime to learn more about the Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment system.
On day two of the conference, Andrew Daley (Trojan Marinex Product Specialist) will be hosting round table sessions. During these interactive sessions he will discuss the importance of a ballast water treatment system having tight technology integration and simple plumbing.
This year marks the 27th Nor-Shipping trade fair, a biennial event held in Oslo, Norway that draws some of the biggest names in the maritime industry today. From May 30 – June 2, visitors from 80 countries will attend this world-class exhibition in the spirit of collaboration, innovation and inspiration. The event includes seminars and displays featuring the latest in maritime technology and also serves as a perfect venue for industry professionals to network and share ideas.
We will be there (Stand E04-16) and so will our 150 m3/h ballast water treatment system. This is the smallest system in our suite, with vertical (H x W x D) unit dimensions measuring a mere 2.2 x 1.0 x 1.3 m.
If you will be at Nor-Shipping, please stop by our stand and say “Hallo!” (here’s a map, just look for Stand E04-16). For those not attending, no worries, as you can still take a peek in and around the Trojan Marinex BWT system by watching this video.
This year, Green Ship Technology (GST) Europe is co-locating with Shipping2030 Europe. Why? Because digital transformation and greener shipping go hand-in-hand, and as ships become smarter they also become greener, cleaner and more efficient. By combining the two conferences, delegates have access to industry leaders and learn about the ground breaking vision of digital, while also discovering the benefits of green technology for cleaner air, cleaner water and a more sustainable industry.
The conference takes place March 22 – 24. We are an event sponsor and will be exhibiting with our channel partner GEA. On day 1, Christian Blæsbjerg (GEA’s Area Sales Manager – Marine & Energy, Oil & Gas) will be part of a panel discussion titled “Ballast Water Convention Ratification – what’s next for the industry?”. During this panel, Christian will be answering questions regarding the Trojan Marinex BWT system, various ballast water treatment compliance requirements and overall industry preparedness.
The UK installment of BWMTech is a must-attend event for us every year. This year it takes place at the Hilton Tower Bridge in London, UK, December 5 – 7. This conference, like its North American counterpart, continues to provide an interactive forum for shipowners, ship yards, system manufacturers and government regulators to discuss all things ballast water.
Day 1 Panel Discussion, Round Table Sessions & Coffee Breaks
On day 1 of the event, Andrew Daley (Trojan Marinex Product Specialist) will be taking part in a panel discussion titled “The Road To Compliance: Factors To Consider Beyond Installation.” During this discussion, he will offer insight into establishing appropriate ballast water treatment O & M best practices and also arm shipowners with facts about operational expenditure (OPEX).
During breaks, we invite you to visit the barista stand to order your favorite hot beverage. Indulge and sample to your heart’s content – it’s on us!
To wrap up the day, Andrew will lead round table sessions where he will answer questions from shipowners and provide facts about the features and benefits of the Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment system.
ACI’s 16th Ballast Water Management Summit (November 9 – 10, 2016 in Belgium) will provide essential guidance to shipowners on how to prepare for and manage the installation and technical operation of ballast water treatment systems.
European Sales Diretor
On day 1 of this event, Juha Kiukas (our European Sales Director) will discuss the new timeline for complying with the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention, and the considerations shipowners must weigh when selecting systems. These considerations include:
Short-term vs. long-term time horizon – factoring operational expenditure (OPEX) into the
Retrofitting costs, connections and adaptations required for installations
Compliance obligations and costs based on treatment technology
Forecasting cost and management of consumables
Global coverage for rapid service and availability of spare parts
We are excited to be taking part in the 2016 North American installment of BWMTech (September 26 – 29 in Miami, Florida). This conference continues to provide an interactive forum for shipowners, ship yards, system manufacturers and government regulators to share ideas and strategies about ballast water treatment.
Core themes this year include:
Examining current regulations and evaluating their impact on the maritime industry
Practical tips for installation and operation of ballast water treatment systems
Developing current technology and improving ballast water treatment system efficiency
Progress with Type Approval applications
Preparing for compliance and identifying problem areas
We are honored to be asked to speak at various workshops and industry events each year. At BWMTech 2016 – North America, Brian Petri (Trojan Technologies’ Research Director) and Andrew Daley (Trojan Marinex Product Specialist) are both part of the speaker lineup. They will be participating in the following interactive panel discussions:
Having heard about the key factors to consider in system installation, get to grips with the different systems available on the market. Each manufacturer will join your table for a 10 minute quick-fire discussion, so make the most of this opportunity. The discussion will then be opened out to the floor for a final Q&A.
With more than 2,100 international exhibitors, SMM offers a perfect stage for gathering insights, networking, solidifying business deals and contributing to debates with the maritime industry’s thought leaders. This year it takes place September 6 – 9 in Hamburg, Germany.
We will be exhibiting alongside Aquafine (also a Trojan Technologies business) in Hall A1/Stand 237, and will also be joining our channel partner GEA in Hall A3/Stand 214.
On display will be our compact 150 m3/h and 250 m3/h units. We look forward to showing them to you, and explaining how our inline lamp drivers drastically reduce footprint, cabinets and cables.
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