SEAWORK 2017

 

 

 

Seawork International is Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition. Seawork is regarded as the industry’s one-stop-shop, providing buyers, legislators and influencers with direct access to the commercial marine and workboat market, its products, its innovations and its people, for three invaluable days every June. Since 1998 Seawork International has delivered a unique on-shore and on-water trade exhibition. Nowadays, Seawork comprises an exhibition, conference and awards, attracting over 7,600 industry professionals, 10,000 products and services, together with over 70 vessels. Seawork International will return 13-15 June 2017 at the prestigious Mayflower Park venue in Southampton, UK.

 

 

Wild fish are a valuable resource for the sustainable future of mankind

 

DWINDLING FISH STOCKS - Food security is a major problem the world will have to face as the available land for to grow crops reduces in competition with land for housing, as the population expands. The situation is far from sustainable and a bubble that could burst. If and when the bubble bursts it will cause the deaths of millions of people, where additional farming will create more carbon dioxide to heat the climate, making more land barren in a vicious circle that as the responsible species we must take steps to prevent happening. More than 10% of the world (700,000,000 million people) rely on the ocean for food, but in addition to our poor land management record, we are also polluting the seven seas with plastic that is toxic - so reducing the number of fish that we might harvest for food.

 

 

 

HORIZON 2020 - 25 November 2013, Countdown to the launch of the first Copernicus satellite. European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani has announced the launch of Sentinel-1A, the first satellite of the EU Copernicus Programme that will fly in outer space.

It will monitor sea ice and the Arctic environment, survey marine oil spills, and detect ships in coastal zones for maritime security. It will also spur the growth of the observation service industry, contribute to climate monitoring, and provide support in emergency and crisis situations.

The benefits of an operational Copernicus programme through to 2030 are estimated at €30bn. The estimated downstream market potential turnover attributable to Copernicus is expected to be €1.8bn by 2030.

 

 

NEWS

 

Seawork App Announced

Plans have been announced for a Seawork App for this year’s Seawork International, due to be debuted this Spring. 02 Mar 2017 - Seawork International

 

New vessels and on-water line-up

The pontoons at Seawork 2017 are set to welcome an increased number of vessels, with exhibitors including Tideman Boats and Gemini Marine and AH Parker & Sons (GB) all set to showcase their vessels. 02 Mar 2017 - Seawork International

 

Book now and help your business flourish

With under four months to go until the highly anticipated 20th Seawork International is due to open its doors, now is the time to book your stand. 02 Mar 2017 - Seawork International

 

Seawork exhibitor Dometic buys Oceanair

Regular Seawork International exhibitor, Dometic has bought Oceanair, manufacturer of anti-glare screens for workboats along with marine blinds and soft furnishings; for £14m cash. 23 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

Torqeedos Deep Blue Hybrid powers the first European water taxi with an electric drive

Seawork International exhibitor, Torqeedo, has supplied its award winning Deep Blue Hybrid system to Rotterdam water taxi. 16 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

Norwest Marine Ltd to announce new contract at Seawork

Safety specialist, Norwest Marine Ltd will be holding a press call officially announcing a new UK distributor agreement at Seawork International 2017, due to take place in June between the 13-15th. 09 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

Growing stronger together

Many of Seawork’s exhibitors have been regulars since its inception in 1998, with both exhibitors and Seawork International consistently demonstrating business growth over the years. 03 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

High calibre meetings

Continual focus on commercial marine ensures exhibitors and visitors regard Seawork International as a key date in the industry’s calendar for networking and sales prospects. 02 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

Promising year ahead for Cheetah Marine

Regular Seawork International exhibitor, Cheetah Marine, has reported a good year across all marine sectors. 01 Feb 2017 - Seawork International

 

ASAP Supplies in partnership with ZF

Long standing Seawork International exhibitor ASAP Supplies have recently signed a distributor agreement with ZF Services UK. 31 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Servowatch to supply its IPM System for two more Royal Navy Offshore Patrol Vessels

Seawork International exhibitor, Servowatch, a leading UK supplier of advanced integrated ship control systems are to supply two more Royal Navy Offshore Patrol Vessels with its most advanced Integrated Platform Management System. 24 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Seawork celebrates 20 years

Opening on 13 June 2017, Seawork will celebrate its 20th anniversary. From fairly humble beginnings, it is now Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition and conference. 23 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Top three reasons to exhibit at Seawork 2017

Seawork is Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, providing businesses the opportunity to showcase their products and services to an international audience. Here are three key reasons why businesses exhibit at Seawork. 05 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Seawork Support by Association

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) looks forward to engaging with maritime professionals at Seawork International 2017. 05 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Life Cell Marine Safety achieves SOLAS cert.

Life Cell Marine Safety has recently announced that its buoyancy device, Life Cell, has achieved SOLAS certification. Under the rules and regulations, Life Cell is classified as a Throwable Buoyancy Device. 04 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Call for papers for the Seawork Conference 2017

The Seawork Conference is a must for all involved in the commercial marine industry who wish to explore the challenges, changes and emerging opportunities in today’s and tomorrow’s commercial marine and workboat sector. 04 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Government backs UK offshore wind

The British government has reaffirmed its commitment to spend £730m per annum on renewable electricity projects and confirmed that the second Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction will open for less established technologies in April 2017. 03 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Seawork Asia success

The fastest growing commercial marine and work-boat event in the Asian region brought together over 1,100 international business leaders and key influencers from several maritime authorities in China. 03 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

Connect with the latest innovations

The 2017 Innovations Showcase and Awards will highlight the best new vessels, products and services that the commercial marine industry has to offer. 03 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

The one-stop shop for business

Millions of pounds’ worth of business is agreed at Seawork every year. 03 Jan 2017 - Seawork International

 

 

http://www.seawork.com/

 

CONTACTS


Head of Events:
Lyndsey Sherriff
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
lsherriff@seawork.com

Exhibition Coordinator / Operations
Fay Reeve
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
freeve@Seawork.com

Senior Sales Executive:
Lorraine Curtis
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
lcurtis@seawork.com

Sales Executive:
Kate Didymus
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
kdidymus@seawork.com

Sales Executive:
Michelle Williams
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
mwilliams@seawork.com

PR & Social Media Team:
Hannah Colls
Tel: +44 1329 825 335
press@seawork.com

LINKS & REFERENCE

 

http://www.seawork.com/

 

 

The SeaVax ocean workhorse is an autonomous multi purpose platform that is solar and wind powered

 

SEAVAX - The new research facility for this versatile autonomous ocean platform will allow the Cleaner Oceans Foundation to conduct experiments more efficiently. Fitting out of a dedicated robotics lab and compact water test tank is under way to accelerate our development programme.

 

 

 

 

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