Why Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East 2017 is the right event for you
Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East attracts an international audience of more than 5,000 offshore marine and workboats industry professionals. Over the three-day event, the exhibiting companies will showcase their products and services. The accompanying 2017 conference programme will give you the latest news, industry information and networking opportunities, to help keep you ahead of the game.
Join your community this September
- Be a part of the largest Workboat and Offshore Marine event in the region
- Meet with over 200 offshore marine and workboat companies under one roof
- Be part of the exciting new wave of the construction boom and offshore growth of the Middle East
- Network with the largest concentration of ship owners & operators
- Meet with key NOCs, IOCs and EPCs
- Gain access to one of the world’s most lucrative and developing markets
Meet key Exhibitors
Meet with over a whole host of offshore marine and workboat companies, listen and learn from some of the industry’s leading personalities.
Meet thousands of Visitors
Attendance of the event grows significantly each year attracting the biggest names from within the offshore marine and workboat industry.
Attend Keynote Sessions
Access our free-to-attend conference programme to hear and learn from industry experts, government officials and thought-leaders.
See what our visitors have to say about SOMWME
This show personifies high probability clients rather than just the number game. I dare say that it is the quickest way to put a finger to the pulse of the Middle East workboat market.
Tee Jin, Manager (Yards and Marine Division), KTL Offshore PTE LTD, Singapore
The event provides a great opportunity for delegates to discuss and share ideas and knowledge and to view the latest technologies and methods.
Darwish Al Qubaisi, General Manager, ESNAAD
The show represents an important platform for the industry in light of current developments and land reclamation underway in Abu Dhabi. There are a large number of marine projects including new islands, gas and oil operations which require marine transport and other related services.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Chairman, National Transport Authority.