Who visits Seawork?

Seawork visitors on the pontoons

Seawork attracts thousands of visitors from the international commercial marine sector

Seawork International attracts over 7,600 visitors each year comprising of high calibre, high-spending maritime industry professionals who recognise the wealth of innovation and expertise that Seawork provides.

As well as a unique on-shore and on-water trade exhibition, the three day conference programme which runs alongside the Seawork exhibition contains high quality papers covering pertinent issues affecting marine operators on a day-to-day basis, presented by the industry's experts. Seawork International  hosts over 610 exhibitors from over 70 countries showcasing 10,000 products and services.

Over 91% of Seawork International visitors make or influence purchasing decisions.

See below displays the profile of visitors whom attended the Seawork International Exhibition in 2017.

Seawork visitors by job function:

  • Company Director, Owner, Proprietor or CEO – 40.73%
  • Engineering, Technical Manager or Superintendant – 23.17%
  • General Purchasing / Sales – 20.46%
  • Marine Operations Manager, Harbourmaster or Pilot – 10.67%
  • Press – 1.47%
  • Other – 3.5%

Seawork visitors by company activity

  • General Marine Equipment & Services Supplier - 25.6%
  • Vessel Builders / Repairers - 9.3%
  • Marine Civil Engineering, Hydrographic Surveyor, Consultant - 6.8%
  • Military Police, Border / Fisheries Protection - 6.7%
  • Renewable Energy / Offshore Wind - 6.6%
  • Naval Architect, Vessel Surveyor, Consultant - 5.5%
  • Vessel Owner, Operator, Manager - 4.6%
  • Propulsion & Engine Systems – Build, Supply, Repair - 5.2%
  • Safety & Training - 5.4%
  • Port, Harbour Authority, Wharf / Terminal Operator - 4.9%
  • Finance, Insurance, P&I, Legal - 4.2%
  • Diving - 3%
  • Maritime Organisation, Government Agency, Classification Agency - 4.9%
  • Shipbroker - 2.2%
  • Other (inc. PR, Marketing) - 5.1%

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