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Daily Show Bulletin During OI2012

  05/03/2012
Hydro International will be publishing a daily show bulletin during the Oceanology International event, to be held from 13th to 15th March 2012 in the ExCeL Centre, London, UK. With a new issue being handed out to attendees every day – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – the OI Daily will bring visitors the very latest news from the exhibition floor.

 
 If you are interested in contributing to our OI Daily, feel free to contact our editorial manager, wim.van.wegen@geomares.nl. For advertising options, please get in touch with our sales manager, victor.van.essen@geomares.nl. The Hydro International team will be present at Oceanology International. We are looking forward to seeing you at stand no. A325 to discuss your ideas for interesting editorial opportunities and advertising options.




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