The main topic for this 12th edition of Exponaval will be “The shipbuilding and its contribution to the national development”. Focused in all the areas involved in the shipbuilding and the new technologies applied to it, as well will be the core topic for the conference to be held during the exhibition days.
The naval construction industry attracts the attention of shipyards of the different kind of vessels, with all the actors involved from radard to software systems.
Exponaval’s organizers anticipate more that 160 international exhibitors and a turnout of some 9,000 professional visitors. Seventy-five official naval delegations have indicated their intention to participate as well.
According to the Chile Country Commercial guide for US companies, the country continues to be a strong trading partner and export market for U.S. companies, largely due to its open market policies, zero tariffs, stable democratic government, solid business practices and low corruption.
The Canada-Chile Partnership Framework, signed in 2007 and supported by multiple agreements, has served as a roadmap for the expansion and deepening of collaboration between Canada and Chile in various priority sectors. Canada’s Defence Industry is increasingly involved in the Chilean Defence sector particularly in the areas of ship design, modernization of frigates and aircraft, engine overhaul, and high-tech gear. We look forward to helping yo learn more and sell more in Chile at Exponaval.
Relying on experience gained from previous Exponaval events, Kallman Worldwide has prepared a full program of support for American manufacturers supplying the naval and maritime market.
Working closely with the U.S. & Canadian Embassy in Santiago, and the U.S. Commercial Service, our Santiago-based Partnership Pavilion team offers a fully furnished stand supported by onsite networking events that will bring exhibitors together with civil, military and naval decision-makers from around the world.