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  • RECORD-BREAKING OCEANOLOGY INTERNATIONAL

    Oceanology International 2014 has been the largest event of its series with approximately 8,400 attendees* and 528 exhibiting companies from 35 countries.
    The exhibition hall hosted the world’s largest display of state-of-the-art marine technologies, many being launched exclusively at OI 2014.
    The world-class conferences and 3 new panel discussions were all well attended and have connected delegates with the latest developments and technology transfer opportunities in developing offshore, marine and subsea sectors.
    The Royal Victoria Dock has seen a record-breaking amount of vessel movements (148 during the three days) with 1,198 people aboard the 13 visiting vessels.

    Thank you to all our exhibitors, visitors, sponsors and supporters for making this the most successful Oceanology International to date.

    We look forward to welcoming you at Oceanology International 2016 (15-17 March 2016, ExCeL London).

    *Unaudited figures

    Interested in exhibiting?

    Staged every second year in London, Oceanology International offers unparalleled opportunities to make vital trade contacts, seal deals and increase company profits.

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    Interested in visiting?

    Oceanology International is the event to see all the major players in one place, meet current and new suppliers and keep abreast on what’s new in the marine science and ocean technology sector.

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    Only one First Time Exhibitor package left. The First Time Exhibitor package is a great way to experience Oceanology International 2014 as an exhibitor with the minimum investment and effort. Contact us to enquire before the last package is gone First Time Exhibitor Zone Layout now available to view online. The First Time Exhibitor package is designed to make the experience of exhibiting at OI for the first time the most smooth possible.
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