Enhanced trail focus at Seawork


Servicing the commercial marine industry, Seawork International brings together around 7,500 professionals each year. 

In addition to Seawork’s exhibitors supplying directly within the industry, they also supply to vessel and component manufacturers, builders and repairers across adjacent marine sectors, which has driven the need to provide focus in support of these sub-sectors.

Seawork’s trails and pavilions encompass all industry sub-sectors; from shipbuilding and repair, commercial diving, through to marine renewables, marine civils and maritime security. Attracted by the scope of exhibits and vessels, ease of access and great networking that Seawork offers, attendees use the trails and pavilions to fast-track to key sector-specific exhibits. 

New for 2018 will be a Superyacht Build, Repair and Refit trail, as well as an enhanced focus on Maritime Training & Skills.

Seawork’s Maritime Training & Skills Trail enables attendees to explore training, apprenticeships, employment and educational opportunities specifically within the commercial marine sector.

Specialist maritime recruitment companies, education centres and training organisations provide expert advice to attendees regarding entering the industry, and learning, maintaining and developing a successful maritime career. 
 
To help drive young people into the maritime sector, Seawork partners with many educational bodies including The University of Southampton, Solent Education Business Partnership, Portsmouth & East Hampshire Education Business Partnership and The National Oceanographic Centre. 

Seawork’s new Superyacht Build, Repair and Refit Trail is being launched as the exhibition is ideally positioned to support the requirements of the complexities of the vessels. These vessels often share the needs of design, propulsion and support, and require a similar skillset from professionals across vessel and port operations, engineering through to commercial diving. 

The superyacht build, repair and refit trail will feature representation from naval architects, ship builders, through to navigation and equipment manufacturers. 

To ensure that your business does not miss out being part of this thriving business sector, contact 01329 825335 or email info@seawork.com

Make a date to attend Seawork International, Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition, 3-5 July.

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