The International Marine Contractor’s Association’s (IMCA) Chief Executive Officer, Allen Leatt will address the opening ceremony of the fourth International Underwater Operations & Offshore Industry Expo and participate in the sixth International Diving & Salvage and Marine Engineering Technology Forum in November.
UO Expo 2019, organised by the China Diving & Salvage Contractors Association (CDSA), is taking place between 1-3 November in Xiamen, China, and is an international platform showcasing state-of-the-art technologies and products, sharing knowledge and experience, and exploring global business opportunities in areas such as diving, rescue, salvage and underwater engineering.
Allen Leatt stated “IMCA and CDSA have worked closely together for a number of years focusing on how to improve safety in all diving activities. It is an honour to be delivering the opening address at this year’s Expo in Xiamen and I look forward to presenting an update on IMCA’s activities in the International Forum. Our participation at this event demonstrates our ongoing connection with our members globally and the focus of the EXPO is fully in-line with our diving heritage.
About China Diving & Salvage Contractors Association
The China Diving & Salvage Contractors Association (CDSA) was formally established in Beijing in June 2008. CDSA is a state-level non-profit association which is made up of enterprises and institutions in fields of diving, salvage, rescue, marine & underwater engineering, equipment & facility manufacturing, diving medical support, marine research, training and insurance. CDSA operates under Ministry of Civil Affairs of China and carries out its business under the guidance of the Ministry of Transport of China.
CDSA has nearly 500 members, 4 regional offices and 9 specialized committees. In the past ten years, CDSA has gradually developed into an influential industry association at home and abroad. http://www.cdsca.org.cn/
About UO Expo
The UO Expo 2019 is an international platform showcasing state-of-the-art technologies and products, sharing knowledge and experience and exploring global business opportunities. The event covers equipment and facilities in traditional fields such as diving, rescue and salvage, underwater engineering, as well as recreational diving, public safety and emergency rescue, municipal engineering and underwater assessment. The sixth International Diving & Salvage and Marine Engineering Technology Forum will be held during the Expo with international experts discussing the latest development and challenges in the industry under the Belt & Road initiative.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a multifaceted economic, diplomatic and geopolitical undertaking