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Manor Companies back at Seawork

Manor Renewable Energy (MRE) and Manor Marine (MM) are once again exhibiting at Seawork this year.

Established in 2013, MRE supplies temporary power solutions, vessels and engineering packages for the offshore industry.

In 2017, MRE acquired the Manor Marine shipyard in Portland in the South West of the UK. This has become the company headquarters. The acquisition of the 6000m² facility has allowed MRE to provide a full engineering provision from design to fabrication, a service that has elevated the company’s capability within the offshore wind sector.

Business Director Toby Mead says, “We have attended the Seawork exhibition for several years and each year it proves to be a success. Seawork is an excellent opportunity to showcase our latest work, raise awareness of our brand and to network with clients and suppliers; we are hugely looking forward to this years’ event.”

Manor Renewable Energy and Manor Marine will be exhibiting on stand Q56

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