The Seatrade Maritime Middle East team has launched a series of case studies, speaking with our valued customers about their attendance at previous Seatrade events and the benefits to them as an exhibiting business.
As well as delving into the history of the organisation(s) in question, we gain insight through a series of questions including:
• How did you hear about Seatrade Maritime Middle East?
• Why did you choose to exhibit at Seatrade Maritime Middle East?
• What are your business objectives for the year and how does exhibiting support these?
• Are you currently facing any industry challenges?
• What are your views on the current climate for ship building, ship management and the oil and gas industry?
• What would you like to say to your target audience at Seatrade Maritime Middle East?
We’ve been fortunate enough to get some time with Tony Field, Marine & Offshore Manager from Lloyd's Register, who believes that exhibiting at Seatrade Maritime Middle East is key to their overall strategy.
Lloyds Register started out in 1760 as a marine classification society. Today, they are one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology – improving safety and increasing the performance of critical infrastructures for clients in over 75 countries worldwide. The profits generated fund the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a charity which supports science and engineering-related research, education and public engagement around everything they do.
We’ve been fortunate enough to get some time with Robert Droogleever, Managing Director from Scandia who discusses their new offices and warehouse opening in 2018.
Scandia are industry leaders in the design, production, and delivery of apparel and PPE for the maritime, offshore, and cruise industries. What began as a family business nearly 45 years ago has since gone worldwide from Rotterdam, Singapore, Houston, and, soon, Dubai. Still, they remain a family business of skilled, relentless innovators and expert partners to our longstanding clients.