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Oceanology International Attendance Up

  21/03/2012
Oceanology International took place from 13 to 15 March 2012 in the ExCeL centre, London, UK. This year's show attracted a total of 7,728 visitors from over 70 countries, compared with 6,971 visitors in 2010.

 

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Running in parallel with Oceanology International was the Interspill trade show. This event attracted 1,346 delegates, bringing the combined total for the two shows to 9,074.

 

The vessels proved popular too. A total of 380 attendees made use of the opportunity to tour the French survey vessel FS Borda, and 789 people went aboard the smaller boats for demonstrations of the equipment over the three days.

 

 

 

 

 




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