Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering (M&CCE) Expo, Europe’s leading event showcasing the latest equipment and techniques in marine civil engineering and construction, is to join Seawork this summer.
M&CCE Expo 2019 is to be extended from its previous two-day format to a three-day exhibition co-located with and running concurrently with the three days of Seawork, Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition, from 11-13 June 2019.
Mercator Media Ltd, organiser of Seawork and a B2B media company of over 30 years standing, recently acquired M&CCE Expo from Prysm Group. James Berryman, Managing Director at Prysm FDE Ltd, said, "This is fantastic news for M&CCE Expo and a vital stepping stone in the growth of the exhibition, we wanted to be certain that the event continued to evolve in the right way, and Mercator Media are renowned for delivering high quality events, media and content in the marine sector, so we are confident that there is nobody better equipped to develop it in the right way. The expertise and investment that Mercator can offer the exhibition can only be an excellent thing for the future of the event”.
Seawork exhibitors are set to benefit from the addition of M&CCE Expo; Andrew Webster, Chief Executive of Mercator says, ‘This is great news for exhibitors and visitors to both Seawork and M&CCE Expo, with real synergies between the two. There is a big overlap in content and business for people involved in marine construction, from harbourmasters to consulting engineers to operations managers and anyone in vessel and marine equipment deployment.’
Situated in its own dedicated exhibition arena, M&CCE Expo will keep its own brand and identity and will run concurrently with the three days of Seawork, now in its 22nd year. The co-location of the two exhibitions opens up further opportunities, promoting to substantial new industry sectors and welcoming an even wider relevant audience to Seawork and its exhibitors.