BMF at Seawork International 2014

By Eric Haun
Friday, June 06, 2014

The British Marine Federation (BMF) and BMF Commercial will exhibit at Seawork International, June 10-12 at ABP Port of Southampton. The joint presence at the event will be to provide continuing support and promotion of members of BMF Commercial Marine, as well as to promote the BMF and the services it offers to the visitors.

BMF Commercial Marine is also hosting its AGM and annual breakfast networking event at Seawork International on Wednesday, June 11 in the restaurant in Hall A. All members of BMF Commercial Marine are encouraged to attend the AGM. All BMF members, exhibitors and visitors are welcome to join the BMF Commercial Marine Committee at the breakfast networking event (starting at approx. 8:30 a.m.), where attendees will be able to network with other companies in the association.

Andrew Harries of the BMF commented, “We are delighted to yet again have a presence at Seawork International. The event will not only see the BMF Commercial Marine AGM and breakfast, it will also give us the opportunity to give the visitors some more information about the Government supported U.K. Marine & Maritime Supply Chain Study, project managed by the BMF, and any future opportunities for BMF Commercial Marine members. We will also be able to give more information about the BMF Showcase Stand at SMM Hamburg (September, 9-12) and answer any membership enquiries.”

britishmarine.co.uk
 

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