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Offshore Wind Supply Chain Share Fair


Event Date

29 January 2014

Description

Over the two days of Scottish Renewables ’ Offshore Wind and Supply Chain Conference and Share Fair, there are a series of presentations from developers and key players in the marketplace looking to engage with the supply chain. They will outline their own forthcoming projects and business opportunities plus timescales, key contacts and the mechanisms by which the supply chain can get involved.

Following on from the presentations, which take place in the Exhibition Showcase Theatre in the Boyd Orr Hall, individual one- to-one in the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC), between these key players and the supply chain:

  • Statoil
  • Areva
  • Babcock
  • DNV GL

Statoil appointments run between 09:30 and 12:30. Areva, Babcock and DNV GL will run from 13:30 to 16:30

These meetings will be pre-arranged on a first come, first served basis and prior registration via this site is essential. Please register your interest by 12 noon on Friday 24th January at the latest. To gain access to the event on the day you must also be registered to attend the Scottish Renewables’ Offshore Wind Conference

AREG staff will be on hand to facilitate the meetings and will hold a master list of bookings.

There will be a signal to indicate the start/end of each meeting and your cooperation in adhering to the times will be appreciated

Book on below and you will be given a choice of up to three One to One appointments with the above companies.

We will then be in contact with your allotted time slots.





Event Details
Event Type: Workshops
Doors Open: 9:30 to 16:30
Duration: 7 hours
Admission Fee: No charge 
Venue: Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC), Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL
Eligibility: Companies who have the potential to be suppliers to those they are requesting a 1-2-1 with.
Disabled Access: Accessible - please note any requirements when booking.
     

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