The Cruise Ship Interiors (CSI) event in London and the SMM trade fair in Hamburg are among the major international gatherings in the naval and cruise ship industry. Both will take place in the autumn, and we at Naval Interior are already preparing enthusiastically and eagerly. Finally, after years of “distance relationships,” we will be able to meet our partners in person. And most importantly, this year’s discussion among the world’s major players will focus on topics that are close to our hearts, such as the power of connectivity and the energy transition.
Engaging in Innovation and Sustainability Discussions in Hamburg
The SMM trade fair will be held from September 6th to 9th in Hamburg, a city that hosts one of the leading shipyards in Europe. This three-day event will be an opportunity to discuss digital transformation, climate change, and the energy transition, which are now crucial in the maritime industry. We all play a role in driving change.
SMM is an important global exchange forum for us, who combine craftsmanship with Industry 4.0 strategies. In addition to the opportunity to establish new business agreements and expand our network, the Hamburg Fair will allow us to showcase our technological innovations and understand the unique needs arising from the energy transition in the naval sector. This is a direction that we fully embrace. Thanks to the internalisation of naval furnishing production, our turnkey services are efficient, fast, and sustainable.
Strengthening Networks and Promoting Exchange in London
At the CSI event in London, from November 30th to December 1st, we will also have the chance to meet our main partners in person again, such as Carnival Cruise Lines and Norwegian Cruise Line. This highly anticipated networking event brings together all the key players in the naval industry, with a dedicated section for interior design and turnkey services where Naval Interior is a must-attend presence.
The focus here is primarily on the European cruise market, particularly river and expedition cruises for which we have accumulated significant expertise over the decades. We will be present as outfitters and suppliers to strengthen relationships and establish new agreements with key representatives from major cruise brands, shipyards, and design studios across Europe.
A Network of Trustworthy Partners
The autumn events are primarily commercial opportunities for companies like ours. It is where industry proposals and needs intersect. For us, it is an opportunity to grow and improve further through dialogue and exchange. It is a moment to establish closeness and human connection with our partners, which is the foundation of any relationship based on trust in business and life.