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Oceanology International 2012 Attracts Impressive Numbers

  15/03/2012
The Oceanology International and Interspill trade show, held from 13 to 15 March 2012 in the ExCeL Centre in the London Docklands, UK, has certainly been making waves. Attendance figures for both shows together after the first two days were 7,937 visitors. For Oceanology International alone, the total number of visitors was 6,677 at the close of the show on Wednesday.

 

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On Wednesday, Oceanology International attracted 1,881 visitors who were not included in the first day's figures. Interspill was attended by 267 people who were entering for the first time on the Wednesday, bringing the total number of visitors to 1,260 with one more day to go.

 

The visitors took the opportunity to learn about the latest news on the market, and to share and gain knowledge about the professions during the trade show and in the seminars. Side meetings were held, as well as many networking meetings. And not forgetting, delegates were able to sign up for a demonstration on one of the vessels which were moored at the docks or sailing on the canal in front of the conference venue for that very purpose.

 

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