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Polyformes is Preparing for Seawork 2011

The Seawork 2011 International Exhibition and Conference is a commercial maritime exhibition and is the largest event of its nature anywhere in Europe. With 450 Exhibitors and 7000 visitors it is a great opportunity for people who work in this field to establish new relationships and strengthen those which already exist.

The Exhibition is in Southampton Docks at the ABP Port. This is an easily accessible location with good links to the main road. The venue itself is a single storey facility with 10,000 square metres of undercover space. There is also an on-the-water exhibition area, conference and meeting facilities, platoons to accommodate vessels and floating exhibits. To add to this, there is a large quayside area for outdoor exhibits.

We look forward to greeting existing customers and friends as well as meeting new visitors. Please do stop by and say hello. Ian Rumsey, Polyformes UK Sales Director, and David Haskell, our Technical Account Manager will be there to welcome you and discuss any foam or waterproof case queries.

On our stand (A277) we will be showing a selection of Explorer Cases, Europe's leading waterproof cases available in 24 different sizes. These are used extensively in the Marine environment for a myriad of applications including housing instrumentation in bespoke foam inserts and as diving equipment transit cases. We will also have foam fender materials used for their excellent buoyancy properties, as well as other foam item examples. We look forward to seeing you there!

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