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SMM 2022: Finally live and in person again

Remote was yesterday

- Gathering at the SAACKE booth -

Hamburg – 6-9 September 2022

Instead of another digital event, SMM 2022 will once again take place as an “Face to Face” event in Hamburg from September 6 to 9. SAACKE is right at the heart of it and cordially invites all customers, business partners and friends of the company to gather in a relaxed atmosphere and socialise. The focus will be on enjoying the moment together in a convivial environment, because digital conferences and calls are all well and good, but face to face conversation – live and on site – brings many advantages!
Our booth A3.FG.02 is centrally located between halls A1, A2, A3 and A4 in the open-air site. Outside the hustle and bustle of the halls, we will finally be able to talk to our guests again over a cool drink and a BBQ.  Discussions will include SAACKE products and services, such as our worldwide service, which has recently given rise to a whole new level with the merger of SAACKE and Scandinavian Boiler Systems (SBS).  We will also focus on the topic of alternative fuels in the course of the "Marine Fuel Transition". Our experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. 
Our hosts Dennis Lühr (Head of Sales), Martin Markulin (Key-Account Manager), Axel Friese (Sales Engineer) as well as Carlo Brandt (Regional Sales Manager) are very much looking forward to the first in person exhibition in a long time and to talk with their visitors.

Information about SMM
The "Shipbuilding, Machinery and Marine Technology Trade Fair", SMM for short, has been held in Hamburg since 1963. Every two years, the industry comes together at this leading international trade fair for the maritime industry. In 2022, 2,000 exhibitors and 40,000 trade visitors from 100 nations are expected. More information is available here: www.smm-hamburg.com  
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