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Opportunity to exhibit in the Composites UK Pavilion at Seawork 2018

Composites UK are organising a member pavilion at the 2018 Seawork exhibition taking place 3rd-5th July 2018 in Southampton.

Seawork International is Europe's largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition. Seawork is regarded as the industry's one-stop-shop, providing buyers, legislators and influencers with direct access to the commercial marine and workboat market, its products, its innovations and its people, for three invaluable days every year. Since 1998 Seawork International has delivered a unique on-shore and on-water trade exhibition. Nowadays, Seawork comprises an exhibition, conference and awards, attracting over 7,600 industry professionals, 10,500 products and services, together with over 70 vessels.

Composites UK are organising a member pavilion at this event. Each exhibitor will receive one side of a pod, lockable cabinet, graphics, electrical socket, one stool, access to shared meeting table, full 125 word editorial in the Seawork catalogue and on the website for a price of £2000 + VAT. Price may reduce depending upon final number of exhibiting companies but won't be more than £2k.

Email events@compositesuk.co.uk for more information.

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Posted 2018-05-21 12:27:59

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