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Marintec China 2019

Meet Austrian experts at Marintec China 2019 in Shanghai  
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6 Austrian Companies will showcase their advanced technologies as well as seamless services at MARINTEC CHINA 2019 from December 3 – 6, 2017 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). Austrian marine equipment manufacturers have been escorting the Chinese shipbuilding industry for decades as suppliers of high quality, high tech niche products.


China remains as one of the key players among other major shipbuilding nations and Marintec China has been the most reputable platform in Asia. Austrian suppliers offer a wide range of innovative solutions to serve this huge market.


Please feel free to visit the Austrian representatives directly at the Austrian booth, in case you have any further questions contact us at shanghai@advantageaustria.org.

Meet 6 Austrian companies

    • Participating companies

  • Andritz AG

    The international technology Group, ANDRITZ, supplies a wide range of innovative plant, equipment, systems and services to a variety of industries.

  • ELIN Motoren GmbH

    In 2008 new premises were constructed in Preding/Weiz to house one of Europe’s most modern motor and generator factories. ELIN Motoren GmbH serves a worldwide client base from this location. The motors and generators manufactured by ELIN Motoren GmbH are used worldwide, especially in the following sectors: wind ...

  • GEISLINGER GmbH

    Geislinger develops torsional vibration dampers, couplings, shafts, and monitoring systems for large engines.

  • HOERBIGER Wien GmbH

    HOERBIGER is active throughout the world in the energy sector, the process industry, the automotive industry, the mechanical engineering sector, in safety engineering, and in the electrical industry.

  • KRAL GmbH

    With headquarters in Austria, KRAL GmbH was founded in 1950 and develops and produces screw pumps as well as flow measurement technology.

  • Miba Bearing Group

    Miba develops and produces function-critical components along the entire energy value chain.