Exhibitors thrilled following attendance at maritime showcase

France’s iXblue’s workboat, ‘Felix’, on display in the Seawork Marina France’s iXblue’s workboat, ‘Felix’, on display in the Seawork Marina

Read these exhibitor success stories and find out why they will be will be returning again next year...

John Arnold, UK Sales Manager for German headquartered Torqeedo, commented ,“Seawork has been really positive for Torqeedo. We’ve had some particularly good interest in our high powered Deep Blue electric propulsion system, which is fantastic! We made great business connections and it provided the perfect platform for some interesting leads to follow up. We look forward to returning again next year!”

French manufacturer of hi-tech workboats and surveying equipment, iXBlue has exhibited four times previously. Guillaume Eudeline, iXBlue’s Marine Works’ Business Development Manager, commented on their repeat attendance as an exhibitor, “We believe that Seawork is the epitome of commercial marine. It is the heart of the worldwide market for workboats.”

Terry Brook of Massachusetts (US) headquartered Cean Sports, stated, “We are demonstrating and launching to the European market, our American helmet the Cean XT 4, designed for boat forces and coastguard services worldwide. We looked at exhibiting our products at a couple of shows in Europe and Seawork came up as one of the best shows for the commercial maritime and workboat field; it offered a great mix of people to expose our product to.  It was an honour to be part of the Innovations Showcase, we didn't win an award but it was great to be part of that group of products.  The show offers great networking and having our product in the Innovations Showcase certainly drove people to visit our stand.  We will certainly be back again next year.”

Adec Marine (UK) has been established for over 50 years as a leading supplier of marine safety and firefighting equipment and has harnessed the reach of Seawork International 2017 to launch the new ADEC Solas 300N lifejacket.  Martin Barling, Director of Adec explained why Seawork is their first choice, “We’ve been coming here for many years and consider this the best place to exhibit new products to the market. All our competitors are here but then all our customers are here too, so they’re all under one roof. The networking at Seawork is good and the key thing for us is re-establishing our presence with people who know us. It’s great that they see us and we’re then forefront in their minds.”

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