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PEMA launches marketing video

The Port Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (PEMA) has launched an official video that provides a snapshot of the work of its members in the global ports and terminals sector

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Established in 2004, PEMA has grown steadily and this year alone 18 companies have joined. A not-for-profit organisation, its 100-plus membership includes leading equipment manufacturers from all over the world. PEMA represents the interests of equipment and technology suppliers in the ports and terminals sector, and provides a platform to inform, educate and promote best practice. Members include crane, equipment and component manufacturers, automation, software and technology providers, consultants and other experts.

 

PEMA says its members actively work to improve safety, security, sustainability and operational efficiency at ports with the aim of supporting world maritime trade. It seeks to build strong relationships within the communities it represents by providing a platform for the exchange of views on global trends in port equipment and technology design, manufacture, operation and maintenance.

 

PEMA also strives to promote and support the global role of port equipment and technology by raising awareness in media, with customers and other stakeholders, by working closely with other industry associations, and contributing to best practice initiatives.

 

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