- SHOCK-MIT shock mitigation ranges at Seawork May 18, 2018SHOCK-MIT will showcase its new ranges of shock mitigation solutions designed for combating whole body vibration at Seawork 2018.
- Oil dispersal: making it easier to get it right May 18, 2018“The use of dispersant for oil is controversial,” said John Hughes of Ayles Fernie. “If you pour dispersant into the sea, it just creates another issue on top of your original problem.”
- A Z-Bow for Zenith May 18, 2018The hull form under Njord Offshore’s new support vessel, 'Zenith', is an interesting response to recent evolutionary pressures within the windfarm industry: it’s looking at transporting more cargo, more fuel – and, since those long-awaited regulatory changes, more than a dozen technicians at a time.
- Moving the big ship May 18, 2018Outreach has been involved in some interesting projects since last year’s Seawork show.
- Liebherr’s CBO space-saver May 18, 2018Liebherr has a new take on an established crane: the CBO (Compact Board Offshore) series, with its A-frame base and lattice boom, offers inherent stability paired with a very neat footprint.
Since 2010 Seafarers UK has coordinated and promoted Seafarers Awareness Week in June each year. The UK has always been heavily dependent on a thriving maritime industry. An estimated 95% of imports come to our ‘island nation’ by ship, including... Continue Reading
Technical skills are at a premium for the maritime industry. The easiest way to show employers your skills is to have a recognised qualification on your CV – that’s where Lloyd’s Maritime Academy come in. With online courses you can... Continue Reading
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Help is finally on the way for the thousands of STEM candidates who want to return to engineering after a career break, but fear that their skills are out of date. An exciting new ‘STEM Returners Programme’ is specifically designed... Continue Reading
The UK maritime industry’s most rewarding team-building event is on 7-8 July 2018, when up to 30 teams of trekkers will take on Seafarers UK’s 24 Peaks Challenge. Over 24 hours, 24 peaks over 2,400 feet in the Lake District... Continue Reading
Two-day ‘Supporting Seafarers’ conference coincided with launch of ten-year research report Ten years on from the publication in 2007 of ‘Supporting Seafarers and their Families: Challenges for the Future’, a new report, ‘Navigating Change – A Review of the UK... Continue Reading
Mairéad Ní Cheóinín has been appointed to Seafarers UK as the charity’s new Corporate Fundraising Manager where her focus will be on engaging with the commercial maritime sector. Mairéad brings a wealth of business development, marketing experience and industry knowledge... Continue Reading
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Tall Ships Festival 2017 – Thanks for all your support which has meant a great deal. Until next time…
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – Just wanted to say thanks for a great event.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – A huge thank you for your hospitality last night. It was a great treat to travel up through Tower Bridge on a Tall Ship, a unique opportunity. Great to meet you Peter and fabulous to spend time with you Sezen. A really good evening and event.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – It was a pleasure! Thank you for inviting us and for giving us such a superb spot. It was a very successful event for us where we managed to attract a good number of new supporters and spread some MCS love around the wonderful setting of Greenwich.
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – We are very pleased to be supporting National Maritime/ Jobs in Maritime at this prestigious event, and on behalf of VolkerStevin and our guests, I would like to thank you once again.
Thank you, Sezen, for an excellent meeting, which I attended in some trepidation, being something of a backroom person, but it was very useful and I made some good contacts.
Many thanks – I’m very happy it hit the spot. I enjoyed the various interactions before, after the presentation and there were a lot of good connections made.
Thanks for a great event & all u do to promote our great maritime sector.
It was good to meet you at Invest In Blue. It was a good event, I found it useful, being so new to the industry.
Thank you all for an excellent conference. It was beautifully organised, and went swimmingly as a result. I thought the programme was very good, and hit the spot precisely.
Thank you very much for the event. It was a great success! If only there were even more events like that in the industry.
Thanks for hosting a fantastic event, I really enjoyed the range of talks and the diversity of delegates. I look forward to making the Maritime Connection again in 2 years.
Our pleasure well done on an amazing and successful event.
Thank you for all your assistance at INVESTINBLUE, what excellent service.
Again thank you for the great organisation. I hope that today you will have a success like yesterday.
Great event, thanks once again! You all did a great job!!
Thank you so much for all your help; chalk this one up as another success!