Seawork 2014: Full ahead
Bigger, more diverse than ever, with new technology from across all aspects of the commercial marine sector, it’s time to do business at Seawork.
With the industry centred on this premier event, now in its 17th year, exhibitors from the UK and across the world are here and ready to deal.
New electric outboards (B73), propane fuelled outboards (A241) and glycerine fuelled engines for workboats (V28), all are on view. There are 60 vessels afloat, offering an unprecedented opportunity to assess the diversity of new workboats and technologies available.
Back on-shore, the Quayside features major players in the industry, including Scania, E P Barrus and Raymarine, who all have something to shout about.
The halls are packed with some 600 exhibitors, in special features such as the Small Business Enterprise Zone, the DiveWork, Maritime Security, Renewable Energy and Shipbuilding & Ship Repair Pavilions, plus an additional restaurant area in Hall C, to recharge your batteries.
Seawork International takes place from 10 to 12 June at ABP Southampton, UK. Register as a delegate at www.seawork.com
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