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Back on the water

“Finally, welcome to the 23rd edition of Seawork. As John Haynes, Managing Director, NEXT GEN Marine pointed out, we have a number of firsts. This will be the first Seawork in over 1100 days, the first post-Brexit and the first real large scale post-pandemic networking opportunity. There is certainly a lot to talk about and it provides a great opportunity to learn from each other. We are again fortunate to be supported by the key associations and organisations, this year focussing on how our multi-faceted commercial marine industry is adapting and innovating in the face of these economic, environmental and political upheavals.”

The return of an in-person Seawork is an exciting opportunity. There are some fabulous new and innovative vessels on the pontoons along with new items of equipment and services on the quayside and in the exhibition halls. There is something for everyone to learn and take away to improve their businesses. That is in addition to catching up with colleagues in-person and meeting new ones. I hope you have a worthwhile Seawork 2022.”

Andrew Webster, Chief Executive, Mercator Media Ltd
 
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