Explore valuable contracts with MOD and DIT Meet the Buyer sessions

Naval attaches Seawork is the sector catalyst of many £millions of business every year, welcoming buyers from the UK Government as well as globally.

Seawork International’s organisers are once again working with leading Governmental departments whose focus is in marine procurement, to help drive business directly to Seawork’s exhibitors.

Working closely with the UK Government Department for International Trade (DIT), which is supporting the MOD sponsored Defence and Security Organisation (DSO), Seawork will welcome representatives spanning the navy, army and air forces; specifically, the MoD departments responsible for Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) projects procurement, including through-life support of vessels.

The DE&S Specialists will be hosting Meet-The-Buyer sessions across the three days of the Seawork exhibition, providing buyers with direct access to Seawork exhibitors in order to expand their supply chain network and explore highly valuable opportunities. These popular one-to-one sessions, held in the Government area in the Atlantic Hall 5, enable the defence sector procurement teams to discuss their individual and highly valuable tenders with potential suppliers.

The MoD (DE&S) team will also be giving their customary presentation at 11:00 on Wednesday 4 July to cover their intended procurement programme, which is open to Seawork exhibitors and visitors.

As Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition, Seawork is the sector catalyst of many £millions of business every year, on both a domestic and global scale.

Please see the Seawork Exhibitor Manual for further details. A few exhibition spaces remain, contact the sales team on info@seawork.com to discuss how Seawork can help maximise your business potential.