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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
TECHNOLOGY
OVERVIEW
India is poised to be one of the leading maritime nations. Indian companies are
expanding their fleet to increase their share in the increasing trade from Indian ports.
This led to increase in the maritime activity at the Indian coast. The Indian
shipbuilding sector is expected to grow annually by 30%. Its share in the world market
has soared in the last 5 years and the aim to be No.4 in the world is now within grasp.
What’s more, with the increase in the number of ships calling at Indian shipyards,
ship-repair facilities are becoming another increasingly attractive opportunity to boost
the industry.
Due to a geographical shift in shipbuilding activities, the sector has become very
attractive for India. Indeed, together with shipping and infrastructure, the Indian
government has made shipbuilding a strategic industry with large state-supported
investment programmes for development. This has opened up huge opportunities for
Indian shipyards and both – public and private shipbuilders are taking advantage of
them.
Indian shipbuilding is now emerging as an international competitive, export-led
industry. Additionally it has already gained a strong foothold in the offshore segment.
India also leverages the strengths of its IT industry as it sets up new modern shipyards.
There are 7 government shipyards, 24 private sector shipyards and 34 Indian shipowners.
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology is committed to providing first class
information to its readers through input and support from the organisations and
associations which are shaping this sector. Editorial content and readership are
being coordinated with influential and authoritative bodies to ensure the precision
and quality of circulation, as well as depth of editorial content.
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
CONTENT LIST
TECHNOLOGY
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology is published in English, with 70
per cent editorial content. The magazine focuses on western technology,
expertise and best practice through a series of case-studies, reports and
articles.
Dedicated to the Chinese Maritime and Offshore community, Marine
Engineering & Offshore Technology is perfectly placed to unlock new
opportunities for your company in India.
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology showcases state of the art
technical solutions, with topics including:
• I.T, Navigation and Communication
• Safety and Security
• Bridge Systems
• Marine Equipment
• Propulsion
• Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
• Green Technology
• Ship Building
From a readership survey conducted in January 2012:
Suscribed to keep up to date
with industry developments
and sources suppliers
86%
64%
Spent over 45 minutes reading
each publication
60%
Regulary referred back to
previous issues
75%
73%
Thought the technical level of
the articles was just right
Thought that the length of the
articles was just right
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
TECHNOLOGY
CIRCULATION
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology has a projected readership of over 65,000
readers per quarter. The magazine is produced in both print and electronic-format, and
is sent to our database of qualified recipients. In addition, the magazine is distributed at
all major tradeshows, conferences and seminars. Decision-makers who receive the
publication include:
Readers include key decision makers from:
ABG Shipyard Ltd, Alcock Ashdown Shipyard , Bharati Shipyard Ltd., Cochin Shipyard Ltd
Goa Shipyard Ltd., L&T Shipyard, Pipavav Shipyard , Shoft Shipyard , Tebma Shipyard
Western India Shipyard Ltd, BHN Shipping Company Pvt. Ltd. Essar Shipping Limited
Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited, Ministry of Shipping, Pratibha Shipping
Company Ltd, Sanmar Shipping Ltd. Shreyas Shipping and Logistics Ltd. SKS (Ship) Limited,
The Shipping Corporation of India, Tolani Shipping Co. Ltd, Chowgule & Co. Ltd, Dolphin
Offshore Enterprises India Ltd, Garware Offshore Services Ltd, Great Offshore Ltd.,
Goodearth Maritime Ltd, Kongsberg Maritime India Pvt Ltd, Sai Maritime, Shipyards
Association of India, India Maritime University, Indian Maritime Foundation, Indian
Shipowners Association, Institute of Marine Engineers (India), Wallem Shipmanagement
(India) Pvt Ltd.
Readers include:
- CEO//Presidents/ Owners/Managing Directors
- Head of Engineering, Technical Directors, IT
- Senior Engineers/ Marine & Offshore Engineers/
Surveyors/ Naval Architects
- Senior Process Engineers/ Technicians
- Ship Builders, Ship Owners, Ship Operators
- Directors of Operations/ Supervisors
- Project Heads/ Heads of Procurement
- Safety Officers and Engineers
- Plant supervisors
Supply Chain Managers
From a readership survey conducted in January 2012
66%
78%
20%
53%
Had been influenced by an advertisement in the publication
Had bought as a direct result of seeing an advertisement in the magazine
Shared their copy with 4 or more people
Had personal internet access at both home and at work
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
TECHNOLOGY
PARTNERSHIP
We enjoy a good relationship with industry organisations that provide us
with feedback on previous issues, direction for future issues and access to
their members. These organisations and associations include:
Indian Maritime Foundation
Indian National Ship Owners Association
Shipping Corporation of India
Institute of Marine Engineers (India)
Institute of Petroleum Exploration, Oil and Natural Gas Commission
Offshore Supply Association
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
TECHNOLOGY
FEATURES
Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology 2012
Spring
Green Technology: Emissions
IT- Navigation & Communications:
Maritime ERP software solution for
shipbuilding
Bridge Systems: ECDIS
Marine Equipment: Deck Machinery
Propulsion: Automation & Drive Systems
Maintenance Repair Overhaul: Marine
coatings
Summer
Feature: Ship Building: Piping System
Bridge Systems: Voyage Data Recorders
Safety: Anti piracy
Marine Equipment: Winches & Cranes
Propulsion: Dual Fuel Engines
Maintenance Repair Overhaul: Welding &
Cutting Equipment
Autumn
Feature: Safety: Emergency response
IT- Navigation & Communications: Risk &
Asset Management
Bridge Systems: Dynamic positioning
Marine Equipment: Pumping Systems
Green Technology: Waste Water
Treatment
Ship Building: HVAC
Winter
Feature: Propulsions: Future Fuels and
Lubes
IT- Navigation & Communications: Fleet
management
Safety: Explosion Proof Equipment
Maintenance Repair Overhaul:
Lubrication Systems
Green Technology: Ballast Water
Treatment
Ship Building: Electrical Installations
Please note: Editorial schedule is subject to change without prior notice
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND OFFSHORE
TECHNOLOGY
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