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Navies world-wide to discuss how to make naval shipbuilding, repair and refit more efficient
September 9, 2010Posted by on
Navies globally will gather at the 4th Naval Construction, Repair and Refit summit to discuss the latest construction, design and through life support techniques
Top representatives from the Italian Navy, Brazilian Navy, Netherlands Defence Material Organisation, US Navsea and the UK MoD will gather at the 4th Naval Construction, Repair and Refit conference this December to discuss the latest naval construction techniques that will make military ship-building more efficient and cost-saving.
As military organisations around the world prepare for world-wide austerity measures, naval forces are under increasing pressure to maintain or supersede current naval capabilities with fewer funds. Naval Construction, Repair and Refit will bring together an international panel of experts to explore the best through life support techniques for naval fleet maintenance while also discussing the latest design and construction techniques including CAD and the use of modularity.
The Naval Construction, Repair and Refit conference consistently attracts high profile military and industry personnel, providing an ideal opportunity for keeping up-to-date with the latest case studies and naval projects globally, while also networking with key decision makers and providers.
Vice Admiral Jeremy Blackham KCB (Ret’d), the former deputy chief of Defence Staff at the UK MoD, says: “The IQPC NCRR Conference is of enormous value to update my understanding of the global scene and to network with the excellent speakers and audience the conference always attracts.”
Commodore Seshadri Vasan (Ret’d), Head, Strategy & Security at the Centre for Asia Studies Chennai states that, “This year will again bring fresh ideas, provide a platform for health interaction and plenty of opportunities for stakeholders to add to their knowledge base.”
Naval Construction, Repair and Refit will be taking place on 9th-10th December in London at Le Méridien Piccadilly, London. If you would like to get involved in the conference, get more information or to access exclusive complimentary interviews, reports, presentations and articles, please visit www.NavalRepairRefit.com.