A weaker yen and an expanding economy mean that Japan's maritime industries are now booming. In 2013, Japanese shipbuilders scooped up a massive 83 million tonnes of new building orders for 1,900 vessels.
Meanwhile, Japanese shipyards and marine equipment manufacturers lead the world in advanced“ eco-ship” technologies.
At Sea Japan you will see super low-emission diesel engines, highly advanced energy saving devices, low-energy technology such as air lubrication systems for ship hulls, shipboard solar energy solutions and environmentally friendly coatings.
There will also be a full programme of conferences, technology workshops and networking opportunities.
To see the latest in advanced maritime technology and find new business opportunities for your company, make sure you visit SEA JAPAN 2014.
SEA JAPAN will once again feature a special pavilion that will showcase the entire spectrum of Japan's maritime industry capacity. This includes Japan's major shipbuilders, ship owners & operators, as well as the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force, the Japan Coas t Guard, research facilities and academies. They will present the most advanced technologies that are enabling Japan to stay at the forefront of the world's marine industry.
New at SEA JAPAN 2014
This year Sea Japan focusses on three key topics: environmental protection, offshore exploration, and maritime security. At the exhibition you will prototypes and production examples for low-energy and environmentally friendly ships. You will also see the latest Japanese technology being developed to exploit offshore resources, especially in very deep seas. There will also be products and solutions to meet the enhanced needs for the safe and secure operation of vessels at sea and in port.