Book for 2019 now and get a whole year of marketing support
Seawork and Speed@Seawork will return from the 10 to 13 June 2019. Speed@Seawork dedicated two-day event will start on Monday 10 June, running in parallel with the main Seawork 2019 exhibition which is due to take place from the 11-13 June at Mayflower Park, Southampton UK.
Fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search And Rescue are a significant specialist sector of the commercial marine business. Speed@Seawork aims to bring them together to trial equipment in diverse sea states, share best practice and make the connections and innovations needed for high-speed critical operations to be a success
Seawork is the largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition in Europe, providing the perfect opportunity to meet with international maritime companies. The exhibition showcases over 10,000 products and services, bringing together exhibitors from across Europe and as far afield as New Zealand, Canada, USA and China.
With attendance increasing year on year, exhibitors at Seawork benefit from exposure to global markets and visitors; it is the ideal place for companies to demonstrate and display their most innovative products and services to an audience of relevant, interested buyers and industry-influencers.
Multiple types of stands are available including: Shell Scheme Open Site, Small Business Stand, Quayside Space, Vessel Afloat or Display & Online advertising.
Book your stand space now to secure your ideal spot and to take advantage of a whole year’s marketing support from Seawork and Maritime Journal -in print, online, eNews and social media.
Call the Seawork team on +44 1329 825335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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