Warning: Party fraudulently presenting itself as the organiser of Marintec China 2015

 

23 April 2015

Dear valued exhibitors and partners,

In the past few weeks, we have been alerted to a party claiming to be the organiser of Marintec China 2015, distributing sales promotion materials and trying to sell space in the show to shipbuilders, engineers, transporters, and port managers.

Please be aware that the rightful owners and organisers of Marintec China are the ones listed below, and any other promotions or advertisements that imitate or masquerade as our communications could originate from fraudsters.

The organisers of Marintec China are:

UBM Asia Ltd (for international exhibitors)

Ms Stella Fung
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 Chinese 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

Please ensure you only enter into contracts for Marintec China 2015 with the above listed organisers. If you enter into a contract with any other party fraudulently claiming to be the organiser, you risk losing any payment you made and you will not have a stand at the show.

To safeguard your interests and obtain accurate information about our fair, please always refer to our official website: www.marintecchina.com


Thank you and kind regards,

Organisers of Marintec China 2015


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