CIMAC Newsletter July 2023

I am greeting you from back home in Frankfurt, I trust all of you travelled safely home from Busan. It was a great pleasure to be meeting all of you in person in South Korea at CIMAC 23. It was a very intense week, with lots of exchange, building new connections, taking away many learnings from all the lectures and posters and now I am already looking forward to Zurich 25.

My personal highlight was the Technical Tour to HHI. Speaking about the technology and then standing in front of a dry dock for the first time is a big difference – very impressive. I sense a big drive in the ICE industry for transformation and I am happy to be part of this community. Our community is growing, next to new corporate members from Turkey and Canada we will also welcome the new NMA Greece during 2023. And with London International Shipping Week in September and Marintec in December we will have more chances to exchange in person this year – looking forward to it. 

Daniel Erdmann

Deputy Secretary General


Goodbye Busan, hello Zurich

200 presentations, over 700 experts from all over the world present, five days filled with information and networking, discussion panels, poster sessions, social events and technical tours, that was the 30th CIMAC World Congress.

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CIMAC with new president & new board

At the 30th CIMAC World Congress, a new president and a new board have been elected. New President is Rick Boom. He follows to Donghan Jin who, as Past President, remains member of the Board.

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Reminder CIMAC at the London International Shipping Week

The London International Shipping Week is one of the leading international shipping and maritime events in the world. CIMAC will be present.

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New CIMAC NMA in Greece

Greece now has its own CIMAC organization. On the initiative of Antonios Trakakis, Technical Director at RINA, the first General Assembly held on May 30.

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CIMAC Cirle: System Integration 2.0

On June 21, the CIMAC Circle in Amsterdam looked at future challenges in system integration.

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