Published on: 24 January 2017 by Maritime Journal
Seawork International, Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, will celebrate its 20th anniversary when it takes place from 13-15 June 2017 at Mayflower Park, Southampton, UK.
Since 1998, every year, Seawork has brought together thousands of attendees from all corners of the world. Seawork 2017 looks set to welcome around 7,500 visiting marine industry professionals, key media representatives as well as prominent VIPs.
Many of the world’s leading industry associations support Seawork, including the International Institute of Marine Surveying, the Association of Diving Contractors, the Shipbuilders & Ship Repairers Association and British Marine.
Seawork International draws crowds from around the globe for the three-day exhibition, with industry representatives attending from a variety of maritime sectors including; Vessel Design and Build, Governmental Agencies, Renewable Energy, Finance and Legal, Diving, Port Operations, Propulsion and Civil Engineering.
91% of Seawork visitors authorise or influence the purchasing decisions for the companies they represent. These are high-calibre, high-spending professionals who recognise the wealth of innovation and expertise Seawork International provides.
Exhibiting at Seawork gives businesses the opportunity to both network and develop international relationships with these key decision makers.
Looking forward to another fantastic event, Mark Phare of Teignbridge Propellers Int. Ltd comments, “Seawork continues to be a cornerstone…it provides an excellent venue with professionals from across the commercial sector attending every year.”
The numerous sponsors of Seawork achieve tremendous exposure and attain greater credibility through their association with Seawork.
Engineering service and support provider Golden Arrow have once again sponsored the onsite restaurant, now referred to as the Golden Arrow Restaurant. Known as a place for great networking opportunities and a superb meal, Golden Arrow has found that this sponsorship opportunity has greatly enhanced its presence and created awareness within the industry.
Sponsorship packages and exhibition stand space are selling out fast, on the expectation of even greater number and a wider variety of maritime offerings due to be unveiled at the Seawork International 2017.