WorkBoat Show  

 December 3-5, 2014  

Morial Convention Center Halls B, C, D, E + F
New Orleans, La
www.workboatshow.com  

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The International WorkBoat Show is the largest commercial marine tradeshow in North America serving people and businesses working on the coastal, inland and offshore waters.  1,000 companies will display products and services for commercial vessels and the companies that build, service and operate them. 

 

The commercial marine industry is vast and with fluctuating market sectors, it’s continuously changing. Staying ahead of change and keeping your business profitable can be tough.  There’s one event where you can meet face-to-face with thousands of colleagues and suppliers while sourcing and researching new products, technologies and ideas, and that’s The International WorkBoat Show. With over 1,000 exhibiting suppliers, this is the biggest commercial marine tradeshow in North America and your one big opportunity to find the new idea, product or connection that you need to stand out and get ahead.
   

Who Should Attend: 

Owners and operators of:

  • Offshore service vessels, crew boats and supply boats
  • Coastal, harbor and oceangoing tugs
  • Towboats
  • Pushboats
  • Barges
  • Military boats
  • Patrol boats
  • Police boats
  • Fireboats
  • Homeland security vessels
  • Military vessels
  • Research and education vessels
 
  • Passenger and vehicle ferries
  • Excursion and dinner boats
  • Diving and salvage vessels
  • Shipyards and commercial boatbuilders
  • Marine Engineers and architects
  • Equipment manufacturers and distributors
    Port authorities and port engineers
  • Marine surveyors
  • Military buyers and government officials
  • Oil exploration and production
  • Others affiliated with the marine industry
 


 2013 International WorkBoat Show news, if it happened there, you'll find it here. 

 


 

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