Updating on MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo
2019-8-5 12:40:27 来源：International Ship & Offshore Media China
|Dear Sir or Madam,|
The highlights of cruises are undoubtedly the excursions to exotic destinations – but even the days and nights on board are becoming more and more of an attraction in and of itself. MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, powered by SMM, offers you the opportunity to meet the leading suppliers in the growing segment of interior design, equipment and technology for passenger ships.
So get ready to meet more than 100 exhibitors from all parts of the world, including China, Australia and the USA. Our exhibitor directory sorts them into product categories and ship facilities, which lets you quickly find the services you’re looking for and helps you to arrange meetings at the trade fair.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you in Hamburg.
|Get your free pass now|
The premiere of MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, two conference sessions at the MARINE INTERIORS Forum and the 10th edition of Seatrade Europe – all in one place, all at one time, and all free of charge. To access this unique double event, get your ticket now.
If you received an invitation to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo from an exhibitor, don’t hesitate to redeem it at the ticket shop right now and get your online or mobile ticket for easy and fast access.
With a print-out of your online ticket or your mobile ticket on your phone, you can directly access the exhibition area and pass everyone queueing up at the registration desks.
|“We are delighted to be supporting the upcoming MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo this September in Hamburg, co-located alongside Seatrade Europe. Our cruise line members in the interior, hospitality and refurb sectors are always looking for fresh ideas, inspiration and new suppliers.|
The strategic location of the show, Hamburg, makes it an ideal opportunity for suppliers, yards and cruise lines to get together. We are looking forward to being at both Seatrade Europe and MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo this September!”
SVP, CLIA Executive Partner Program, CLIA Europe
| ||Thanks to the central location of the Hamburg Messe site, around 100 hotels are within walking distance. Due to their popularity among tourists, it’s advisable to book in advance. |
To find the accommodation that suits you best, please visit our website where we offer a secure and convenient booking tool operated by one of our licensed service partners.
|Since 1963, our company stands for continuous technical development and innovation. The family business, now in second generation, provides expert advice, custom-made solutions and outstanding craftsmanship – we make art out of fire. We aim to support you with our expertise and an unmatched reputation for quality, reliability and safety.|
|Fredrik Johansson on “How design helps to convey, define or create brand identity”|
|When it comes to creating visionary brand-driven design, the most discerning cruise companies want to have him on board: Fredrik Johansson, part owner of Tillberg Design of Sweden. During his 25 years at the company, he has managed some of the world’s most creative and prestigious marine projects, including private yachts, explorer ships and ocean liners. |
In his role as Executive Project Director, he makes sure that all design aspects, from the exterior and interior of the ship down to the service organisation, deliver a seamless customer experience and build up to the desired entity as a whole.
Speaking at the first conference session at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, Fredrik Johansson will share his views on “How design helps to convey, define or create brand identity”.
|This medium-sized family-owned company with around 100 employees supplies first-class products and system solutions in more than 60 countries worldwide. |
The range of products covers innovative LED and sophisticated system luminaires, lighting controls, individual special requests, custom-made lighting solutions and a wide range of accessories.
The cruise ship industry is changing the way it approaches marine interiors. Not only by creating brand identities with a focus on the consumer and their on-board experience, but also by taking inspiration from the aesthetics of iconic luxury hotels and honing in on some of the finest designers and manufacturers of marine interiors. A brand-new whitepaper gives you a compact overview of trending topics such as:
- The influence of luxury hotel brands
- Bringing the seascape into the cabin
- Social spaces and creating luxury
- The future of marine interiors
|“The maritime supplier industry is delighted to have a platform in the middle of Europe with MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo. It’s a perfect opportunity to meet our target group and present our products for passenger shipbuilding to ship owners, shipyards and designers. We also benefit from the joint event with Seatrade Europe as well as from the strong SMM network.”|
Managing Director, VDMA (Marine Equipment and Systems Association)
|Metawell® aluminium sandwich panels are not only very light and rigid; they offer various application possibilities for interior shipbuilding. The panels including digital printing also have MED and the visible connection by tongue & groove creates space for beautiful designs. The range of applications stretches from column and beam cladding, over mirrored ceilings to continuous wall coverings, raised floors and more.|
|“I’m very pleased that ‘design’ is spearheading the conference sessions at MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in Hamburg. As cruise brands continually search for a competitive edge, the role of design is pivotal in delivering the guest experience and fulfilling brands’ ambitions.|
I’m delighted to be joined by other industry professionals who share the same passion for ‘great design’ and its ability to help brands not only retain but attract new guests to cruises.”
Director Marine Projects & Communications, AD Associates
|Hamburg highlights – interior design experiences|
|Inspiring interior design – that’s what Hamburg offers you in many places. Here’s a short selection of locations that are made to delight professionals and enchant even the most discerning travellers. Let’s start within walking distance from the trade fair site: the recently opened luxury hotel The Fontenay serves a feast for the eyes with its Atrium Lounge, where you can enjoy finest coffee and tea, as well as with its Lakeside restaurant, which offers panoramic views of the city that are only matched by its Michelin-starred cuisine. |
Also in walking distance: the design hotel Tortue Hamburg with its restaurant Jin Gui, which allows you to immerse all your senses in Asian taste and style. Apropos east: the stunning East Hotel features the cathedral-like atmosphere of a former iron foundry, with a large glass window front and opulent red-bricked spaces inside.
How style can flourish in comparatively limited spaces is perfectly showcased at Henri, a new boutique hotel in the city’s downtown. A dream come true for lovers of 50s retro chic.
We close our short list with the 25hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt, where the maritime history of the Port of Hamburg comes to life in a building that once served as the office for electricity and harbour construction.
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