The Annual International Workboat Show is North America's biggest commercial marine tradeshow with over 1,000 exhibitors displaying their products and services for commercial vessels. The event will also include offshore service vessels, crew boats, supply boats, coastal, harbor and ocean-going tugs, towboats, pushboats, barges, military boats, patrol boats, police boats, fireboats and the companies that service, operate and build them. The show is held at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The commercial marine industry has grown into a vast market sectors that is continuously changing. Keeping abreast of those changes and maintaining your business as a profitable entity can be a challenge. This event will give you the opportunity to meet on a face-to-face basis with thousands of your contemporaries and those that supply your industry. The opportunity to research new products and technologies will be around every corner. With more than 1,000 exhibiting manufacturers and vendors makes this the leading commercial marine tradeshow in North America. So plan now to attend and avail yourself of the new ideas and products that you need to a leader in your industry.
Outline of some programs available for 2014.
~ Shipyard Day Keynote FREE
~ Solving Subchapter M Compliance Issues
~ Progress in Propulsion Technology
~ WorkBoat Environmental Awards/Shipyard Day Awards – FREE
~ Human Impact Exposure on Fast Boats
~ Dynamic Positioning Systems; Classifications Update
~ and many more…
The 2018 annual Workboat conference is the perfect opportunity for those in the commercial marine industry, vendors, builders, and those looking to increase the quality/quantity of their personal network within the industry. This event is based on in-depth information into the issues, challenges, products, questions, and more that arise in the mariner industry. Products are available for participants to check out personally before purchasing. The first day of the show will provide a program focused on repairing and maintaining marine vessels. Mark your calendars to experience the opportunity to gather unique knowledge and contacts in today's marine industry!
Information about this was obtained from various sources and is thought to be correct. We strongly recommend that you contact the show producer to confirm this information. See the bottom of this page for informaiton on how to contact the show producers.