Be warned: The Marintec China 2015 leaflet you received may be a counterfeit advertisement   



Dear valued exhibitors and partners,

In the past few weeks, we have been alerted to a forged Marintec China Organiser spreading sales promotion materials to shipbuilders, engineers, transporters, and port managers. Please be aware of any information you receive since it may not originating from the Marintec China Organiser.

At first sight, the advertisement look legitimate and leading you think it is the material from Marintec China 2015 Organiser. We strongly advised to all exhibitors and partners, please be cautious of fraudulent or misleading advertisement.

The contact information of the organiser for Marintec China 2015 is as follows:

Marintec China - Project Team (for International exhibitors)
UBM Asia Ltd.
17/F China Resources Building
26 Harbour Road
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2827 6211
Fax: +852 3749 7347
Email:
marintec-hk@ubm.com  

Shanghai Society of Naval Architects & Ocean Engineers (for China exhibitors)
Mr Feng Xuebao
21/F Bo Hong Tower
495 Jiangning Road
Shanghai 200041, China
Tel: +86 21 54660311, 54661110, 62580175, 64732731
Fax: +86 21 62581187, 64721270
Email:
ssname@ssname.com.cn  or marintec@126.com  

To protect our exhibitors’ rights and in getting the best value and accurate information, please access our official website at: www.marintecchina.com  

We reserve the right to pursue legal action against any unit/party that publishes false and erroneous information regarding Marintec China 2015.


Thank you and kind regards,
Marintec China 2015 Organising Committee
28 April 2015

 

 

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