How does a shipyard or ship owner build a solid network for maritime export to Asia?
What is the supporting role of the Dutch Embassy in promoting maritime exports in Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, China or Vietnam?
Dutch embassies in Asia, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO - Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland), branch organisations, associations and agents, in addition to maritime SMEs focused on B2B, belong to Maritime Consult’s circle of relations. Marjan Lacet acts as an advisor and consultant for Dutch and Asian organisations that focus on the international maritime sector.
Maritime Consult ensures that trade relations come into contact with each other. She introduces managing directors, chairmen, purchasers and technical experts to counterparts at business partners, at the Embassy and at the Economic Affairs departments. For a good introduction, Marjan Lacet also advises you on the aspects of the trade etiquette of a country on the Asian continent.
"I have known Marjan for over a decade and our paths crossed often while she was at Netherlands Maritime Technology. She struck me as someone who is conscientious with her work and executed her projects efficiently. thanks to her penchant for meticulous planning. Like me, she values networking and is an-ever present personality at maritime related events. These qualities, along with her pleasant disposition, makes her stand out as a person you would want in your team to get things done and done right!"
- Nazery Khalid, Malaysian-based maritime commentator and scholar
With Maritime Consult, you can discuss your business opportunities at trade shows such as Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) Singapore, Indonesia Maritime Expo (IME) Jakarta, International Maritime EXPO - INMEX Vietnam, and exhibition (and conference) Kormarine in Busan, South Korea.