The SMART Maintenance Business Lunch is on Wednesday 5 September at SMM in Hamburg as a part of the Smart Holland Day, and constitutes a fancy lunch where we will be looking at the practical application of ‘Smart Maintenance’. The central discussion questions will be: how do you earn money with data, what is the business case? How do you introduce the available technology in a business-orientated way? If you are interested, join the lunch and bring along your international guests. It will be opened by the Dutch ambassador and attended by directors from Rotterdam and the Drecht cities.

Program

The moderator during the lunch is Mai Elmar, director of Cruise Port Rotterdam and chairman of the Maritime Board Rotterdam.

11:30 doors open

12:00 Opening by Wepke Kingma, Ambassador Berlin (T.B.C)

12:05 first pitch by Royal IHC; ‘Valorization of Smart Maintenance’

12:20 Starter

12:35 Film Rotterdam Maritime Capital of Europe

12:50 Second pitch by Siemens; ‘Cross-overs in Smart Maintenance’

13:05 Main course

13:30 Third pitch by IFS Benelux; ‘Leverage new technologies in Smart Maintenance’

13:45 Dessert

14:00 Close & coffee

For whom?

The lunch is aimed at decision makers with a background in international maritime business.

Location

The Smart Holland Maintenance Lunch will take place walking distance from the Radisson Blue Hotel situated in the Hamburg Messe:

Marseiller Str. 2
20355 Hamburg, Duitsland

Costs

You can reserve a company table for max. 10 people. You are welcome to invite your international guests to sit at the table with you. The cost of a company table is €1500,- excl. VAT. There is also the possibility to apply for an individual place for €100,- per person, excl. VAT.

Applying

Click here to reserve a company table or individual place now

More information

For more information please contact Bianca Visser from Marstrat BV, via E visser@marstrat.nl or T 06 41 40 27 42.

The Smart Holland Day is an initiative from Marstrat BV, IFS Benelux and Netherlands Maritime Technology, and is sponsored by Damen Shipyards, Royal IHC, Siemens, DEAL Drecht Cities and Rotterdam council.