Despite its rapid growth over the past few years the offshore wind industry still has numerous issues to resolve. Supply chain cost and availability for instance, are two of the most critical once which are now urging for immediate action.
Keen always to address the most high-priority industry matters, Wind Energy Update is pleased to announce that its 2nd Annual Offshore Wind Supply Chain Conference, taking place in London this February, has already attracted delegates from 6 leading Utilities, 5 major OEMs and a whole host of other companies.
The conference is Europe's only international business-to-business meeting designed to initiate high level dialogue on supply chain related issues. With over 70 already confirmed C-level executives from around the globe the event is not only an exclusive source of information on market giants such as RWE Innogy, Eneco, GDF Suez, RES Offshore, Acciona, Siemens, Alstom Wind, Mitsubishi etc., but also an opportunity for new as well as for already established businesses to shake hands and exchange business cards. Numerous networking events have being planned throughout the two days to allow business conversations to occur in relax, informal atmosphere.
The conference is the place to be for professionals looking to meet the right people from the industry and make some serious money in 2012 and beyond. Missing the conference will allow the competition to approach your clients and increase their chances of signing important contracts. If your business is not ready to take this risk then you should absolutely be part if this major industry gathering and claim your share of the market. RWE is presented by Mr. Bjoern Przygodda, Head of Procurement, Offshore and Mr. Thierry Aelens, Head of Projects & Operations, Offshore who will be giving some vital insight about the RWE offshore experience and the main factors they will be looking for in their current and future business partners across Europe.
With more than 150 C level executives attending the event last year and even more expected to join this year, the 2nd annual offshore supply chain conference is the largest, most important business to business gathering entirely dedicated to offshore wind supply chain industry matters in UK and Europe. Go to http://www.windenergyupdate.com/offshore-supply-chain/index.shtml for more information.
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