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Seawork attracts growing international presence

 

More than a quarter of last year’s exhibitors to Seawork were from overseas, with 20% from Europe and the rest from around the globe. To reflect the growing number of overseas friends and competitors booking stands or registering attendance, Seawork and Marine Civils will be welcoming National Pavilions this year.

The Dutch Pavilion, a 25m2 stand hosted by Netherlands Marine Technology, has already confirmed a number of exhibiting companies including EST-Floattech, VDL Klima, Bachmann, Bayards Marine Structures, Rotterdam Ship Repair, VABO Composites, Next Generation Shipyards and Royal Roos.

Netherlands Marine Technology ‘ensures facilitated participation, extra publicity and additional networking opportunities’, in its pavilion.

Seawork 2024 will also welcome the 36m2 Italian Pavilion, organised by the Italian Marine Industry Association Confindustria Nautica, a national non-profit Institution that has been representing the Italian yachting supply chain on a national and international level since 1967.

The Italian Pavilion will showcase the following exhibitors: ABI Trailers (heavy transport equipment – trailers); F.Lli Razeto & Casareto (boat door accessories, handles, locks and on-board hardware); Gianneschi (marine pumps and blowers); Veleria San Giorgio (lifejackets and safety equipment).

Seawork 2024 – the landmark 25th anniversary edition of Seawork, takes place 11-13 June 2024 with https://maritime-professionals.com/event/seawork-marine-civils/

 

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Narjiss Ghajour

Editor-in-Chief of Maritime Professionals
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