The IMarEST Dubai branch in the UAE is a very active branch with members from a number of marine areas such as shipping, energy, manufacturing, ship repair, surveying, and classification.
The branch organises technical events by leading speakers on topical events. Regular technical and social events are very well attended and provide the basis of information exchange, social and business networking. You will be most welcome to attend our next event. Alternatively if you are looking for opportunities to profile your company or products locally, or looking for local sponsorship or advertising opportunities, our branch local contacts will be able to advise you.
Situated on the Persian Gulf coast of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a great place to be for anyone involved in the maritime sector. Accentuated by the development of Dubai Maritime City – a huge man-made peninsula which holds ‘The Maritime Centre’ at its core – the first purpose-built maritime cluster in the world. Differentiating itself from other seaports and establishments in the region, it is one-of-its-kind development, placing warehouses next to academies, condominiums alongside offices for domestic and international maritime firms. Indeed, Dubai Maritime City aims to become a maritime hub, integrating diverse sectors of the maritime industry.
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