Pre-exhibition buzz in anticipation of Seawork International

Pre-exhibition buzz in anticipation of Seawork International 2017

Pre-exhibition buzz in anticipation of Seawork International 2017

Seawork International will bring together around 7,500 commercial marine professionals next week.

Over 7,500 maritime professionals are anticipated at Seawork International next Tuesday to Thursday; all keen to benefit from great business ideas, experience excellent networking opportunities, glean valuable sector insights and inspiration, and explore the extensive array of new products, services and vessels. 

As Europe’s largest event of its kind, running for three days from 13th June, Seawork International hosts an exhibition, conference and awards event; all specifically focused on servicing the buoyant commercial marine and workboat sector. Seawork is also Europe’s fastest-growing commercial marine exhibition, with highlights including: over 70 vessels and exhibits afloat, available for viewing, trials and demonstrations, c. 10,000 products and services showcased by 630 exhibitors and brands, a sector-specific conference across all three days, plus a new Awards event devised to showcase European commercial marine’s pioneers and achievers.

Headquartered in The Netherlands, Ravestein BV, will be exhibiting the largest in-water vessel to have been exhibited at Seawork since its inception 20 years ago, namely the giant 60m x 28m semi-submersive jack-up platform, the Skylift 3000.

Fieke Engelbracht, Sales Manager at Ravestein BV, cites Seawork as a key element in Ravestein’s success in this sector, “We have been exhibitors at Seawork for 15 years, and over this time it has become the best exhibition for Ravestein, despite us also attending 10 exhibitions annually.” 

Fieke continues, “Seawork is easily accessible and we are always feel very welcome. Plus, as we have a lot of UK clients, this enables us to invite them across all three days of the exhibition.

Chris Huxley-Reynard, Managing Director of UK marine data monitoring specialist, Reygar, which is unveiling its new BareFleet monitoring solution, comments, “We’re excited to be exhibiting for the first time at Seawork International this year and look forward to meeting new people from across the marine industry.”

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Seawork International brings together 7,500 attendees from over 72 countries worldwide over the three days of the exhibition who benefit from the on-stop-shop the event provides. The new Seawork app enables fast-tracked transit throughout the extensive venue. 

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