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Register now for 'Get set for Workboat 2050'

Registration is now open for the first session of 'Get set for Workboat 2050', the new online conference series from the Commercial Marine Network, which looks at cost effective solutions to help businesses tackle the challenges brought about by regulatory change.

Held in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, and in association with the Workboat Association, the recently announced ‘Get set for Workboat 2050’ will see a series of online conferences in which expert panels will discuss the options available for decarbonisation compliance in the workboat industry both now and in the future.

The first online instalment in the series takes place on 5 November 2020 at 10:00 UTC. This session will focus on current biofuel choices and how to optimise the use of new fuels in existing diesel engines; an ideal opportunity to understand how this can add value to business in terms of cost, planning, and environmental compliance.

"We hope that you enjoy our new Commercial Marine Network online conference series. Take the opportunity to raise your questions directly with the panel experts, whilst benefitting from the information being presented and discussed." says Jake Frith, Editor, Maritime Journal

The first session covers what many operators are having to deal with now. Click here for the full programme and register now.

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