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18 May, 2022 /
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Ready for action at SEAWORK 2022 
A selection of Gemini RIBs will be on show at Seawork 2022; three commercial Geminis wil...
18 May, 2022 /
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Women in Maritime Day - why the tides are turning for women
UKSA, the Isle of Wight based charity and leading maritime training academy, recently an...
18 May, 2022 /
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Strategic order guarantees supply pipeline
​​​​​​​Disrupted global logistics and supply chain bottlenecks have caused...
17 May, 2022 /
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Going from strength to strength
Soaring demand has led to new and larger premises and an expanding team to fulfil all th...
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Filip Stefanovic
Spillover effects
How the construction industry can stem water pollution at source
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Business Briefings -share your knowledge!

Best people, best practice, best equipment; here's your invitation to take the stage at Seawork. Send in your 50-word synopsis and a brief outline of your expertise.

Remote monitoring and control of workboat operations – whether monitoring crew welfare, meteorology, sea conditions, vessel stress, mechanical and electrical risks, remote operation, this rapidly expanding sector has ever more to offer.

Cyber security for commercial marine, coastal and nearshore vessel operations.

Mass rescue – more and more relevant to commercial operations as vessels are increasingly likely to encounter rescue scenarios with larger number including migrants in the Med and now the English Channel.

Life after Brexit/Brexit in name only/non-Brexit – whichever way it goes business must go on.  Share your strategy for maintaining current links and developing new opportunities with Europe.

Business briefings are a great example of Seawork’s commitment to facilitating business in the commercial marine sector and are free to attend.  Send your synopsis and profile by 12 noon 18 February 2019 direct to freeve@seawork.com

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