Superb line-up at Seawork

Seawork 2017 is set to welcome an increased number of vessels Seawork 2017 is set to welcome an increased number of vessels.
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Seawork 2017 is set to welcome an increased number of vessels, along with a varied offering from exhibitors including Manuplas, Beta Marine and CWind.

Offering an array of products, services, solutions, and networking; Seawork is the definitive commercial marine one-stop-shop.

As well as the exhibition Seawork offers a three-day Conference, numerous networking and meeting opportunities, pavilions and trails, awards and competitions alongside innovative demonstrations and launches.

Exhibitors for 2017 will include:

Manuplas, specialists in the manufacturing and supply of a range of flotation and protection products for the commercial marine and offshore energy markets, will be displaying its innovative modular WFSV bow fendering systems, as well as fendering solutions for protecting the sides and bows of commercial workboats.

Beta Marine, the marine power and propulsion experts, specialise in bespoke Marine Diesel Generating Sets and will be showcasing their new propulsion engines to maintain RCD2 and or EPA tier 3 compliance.

Including new variants of the existing Beta 90, Beta 105, a new B115 based on the Beta 105 and a completely new Beta 70, all based on Kubota engine blocks, mechanical governed and turbocharged.

Beta Technical Generating Set Specialist, Radus Lungu, who annually supports Seawork comments:

Both national and global export opportunities are key to success and Seawork provides access to customers in both leisure and commercial markets”.

Cwind, the Integrated Service Provider (ISP) that supports the wind industry is now part of the Global Marine Group and will be showcasing its largest crew transfer vessel to date, the 27m CWind Phantom, which will be included in the 2017 vessel demo line up.

Lee Andrews, Managing Director Global Marine Group Power, CWind, comments:

 “We find Seawork International to be an invaluable event to research new technology and innovations in the marketplace. It is a must attend for networking and creation of opportunities as well as providing a great platform on which to develop new business relationships in an informal environment. We have attended and exhibited our vessels at Seawork for many years and find it to be a highly worthwhile showcase event“.


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