UK: SEAWORK 2012 Sets Out Its Stall

Owing to developments at ABP Port of Southampton, Seawork – Europe’s leading on-the-water exhibition and conference for the commercial marine industry sector – has brought its dates forward to Tuesday 22 to Thursday 24 May 2012.

Now in its 15th edition, Seawork will be bigger and busier than ever before, with over 500 exhibitors and 50% more pontoon accommodation for a diverse selection of workboats from 6m to over 25m.

Fay Reeve, Seawork Exhibition Operations Manager, said recently: “With 80% of stands and pontoon berths already committed, we are looking forward to greeting a number of new exhibitors from the UK and some significant new participants from Europe, Scandinavia and as far afield as China and Australia. The last few stands and berths are going fast.”

Already, the exhibition schedule features events hosted by Seawork, major exhibitors and industry organisations, ranging from the Scania champagne and strawberry reception for the UK Harbour Masters’ Association to the presentation of the Seawork Innovation Awards.

Exhibitors and visitors alike can expect high levels of sales activity and networking, on and off the water, as the commercial marine industry and the offshore renewable energy supply chain continue to thrive.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, January 17, 2012; Image: seawork

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