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Mari-Tech 2024

14 May 2024 @ 6:00pm ADT
16 May 2024 @ 7:00pm ADT

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities are now Available!

The annual Mari-Tech conference has developed an extensive network of stakeholders, among hundreds of organizations within the marine engineering community. It has earned a respected position as a neutral, non-governmental organization devoted to engaging the private sector, government and academia to provide insight and solutions for the most important issues.

Looking to reach the key players making a difference within the industry and have a a significant impact on 500+ leading professionals within Canada's marine engineering and industrial community?

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Deadline is November 30, 2023 

Submission Deadline extended to

December 15, 2023

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Mari-Tech was created by the Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering (CIMarE) in 1976 and is the premier event for the marine engineering community in Canada. The conference has earned a respected position as a neutral, non-political event devoted to engaging the private sector, government and academia.

Held annually, Mari-Tech is hosted in turn by each of CIMarE’s seven branches; Mari-Tech 2024 is a collaboration between the CIMarE Newfoundland & Labrador Branch and the SNAME Canadian Atlantic section and will take place in St. John’s, NF.

This year’s theme is NAVIGATING SUSTAINABLE MARINE TRANSPORTATION. Just as mariners use navigation as a safe means of direction, we too as a larger marine community must ascertain where we are and where we are going in terms of ever-changing challenges facing maritime professionals. The rocks and shoals of increasing competition for diminishing supplies are a challenge we all face, and we have no choice but to navigate.

Sustainable solutions are needed to meet the current realities and challenges we face globally in ship construction, vessel operation and maintenance. These factors are dependent on materials, knowledge and skills, all of which are trending towards increasing demand and decreasing supply. New and advancing technologies offer astounding potential but need to be rigorously tested and approved before deployment. Our sponsors are from diverse disciplines but all must follow a similar course which includes concept, design, testing, evaluations, approvals and finally marketing.

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14 May 2024 @ 6:00pm ADT
16 May 2024 @ 7:00pm ADT

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  • 50 New Gower St, St. John's, NL A1C 1J3, Canada