Companies are building on their success

While some companies are testing Seawork for the first time, others are hoping to build on previous successful shows, writes Katina Read.      One such is Trend Marine, which is hoping to build on its success in the offshore support vessel and large yacht new-build and refit sectors.

The company will show its latest bullet resistant glass which conforms to BR6 and is currently being considered by the defence sector for patrol vessels. Also on display will be the new pop and slide wheelhouse window systems and a laminated wheelhouse screen featuring Bridgestone’s EVASafe interlayer technology. 

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Date: 9 July 2013

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