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Meet the National Shipbuilding Office, MOD and DIT

Exclusive meetings with members of UK Government Departments are available for Seawork & Marine Civils 2022 exhibitors.  The new National Shipbuilding Office (NSO), the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and Department for International Trade (DIT)are all taking part in the programme of one-to-one meetings.

The National Shipbuilding Office is responsible for coordinating vessel procurement across all Government departments, as well as implementing the recently published refresh of the National Shipbuilding Strategy.

The MOD department responsible for all UK Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) projects dealing with the procurement and through life support of all boats and their equipment, used by all three services, will be present again in strength and represented by the DE&S “Boats Team.” They use the exhibition as their annual Industry Days to meet with existing clients and meet new potential clients. The MOD Boats Team will also give its regular annual update on opportunities during the exhibition.

The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) helps UK national companies involved with sales and export abroad, both commercial and military, for boats, equipment and related services. Seawork & Marine Civils offers a unique opportunity for exhibiting companies to meet with them to discuss their products and future plans. Whilst the MOD Boats team are equally happy to meet national and international companies, the DIT will only meet with UK companies.

The programme is exclusive to Seawork & Marine Civils 2022 exhibitors and can be accessed via the exhibitor online manual which goes live later this month.

Exhibitors: The Ministry of Defence (MOD)Department for International Trade (DIT)
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