Hatenboer-Water to Attend OSEA 2010 in Singapore
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Hatenboer-Water is pleased to announce that it will be participating for the first time in the Offshore South East Asia (OSEA) in Singapore, which is to be held on 30 November - 3 December 2010. You will find us at the Maritime by Holland Lounge, booth#4T4-06.
What can you expect?
Offshore South East Asia is the largest and leading offshore event in Singapore (South East Asia region) for the oil and gas industry. Next to the exhibition, also a conference will be held that focuses on exploration, production and gas technology. At the last OSEA event in 2008 eight international pavilions were present and it brought more than 14,000 visitors from 66 countries. This eighteenth OSEA edition 1,500 exhibitors are taking part with more than ten international pavilions. The organisers are expecting 22,000 visitors from 50 countries.
Where can you find us?
We invite you to join us at our booth#4T4-06 and put your questions to us related to water and water treatment. We will happily inform you about our extensive range of products, our engineered systems that meet the heaviest international guidelines and the several services we developed. We make sure you always have safe drinking water on board. More than 200 of our systems are in operation on board ships and offshore installations worldwide.
Minks Kunststoftechniek presents herself also at the Maritime by Holland Lounge. Minks is, like Hatenboer-Water, a Kronios partner. Kronios is an alliance of five companies that can provide you with a legionella-free water system. Minks Kunststoftechniek has built a considerable amount of thermoplastic pipe systems. Automated design techniques are used, where control of the water temperature and flow control are key issues.
What else do we do?
In Singapore, we give prior to the exhibition (on 25-26 November), a course especially developed for maritime and offshore personnel, the so called potable water course. More and more companies require that personnel on mobile offshore installations have proven knowledge of the existing water treatment and how to handle with inaccurate results. Hatenboer-Water can provide this knowledge. The course gives a clear view of water technology and treatment and is both available in Dutch and in English.
For more information about these courses please contact Mrs Tjarda den Dunnen by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on +31 (0)10 - 409 12 05.