Here at Trelleborg, It’s important to us to have a constant dialogue with port owners, operators and consultants, to ensure that we’re always listening to the market and can pre-empt and meet new demands as they arise.
As such, we decided to host an exclusive, free to attend seminar featuring the themes of port infrastructure and innovation. The seminar was held on March 26th at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London, England.
The seminar provided valuable insight on design and selection best practice with the objective of improving efficiencies and optimizing performance. As well as the presentations given on the day, it was a great opportunity for us to get feedback from the attendees and find out more about the challenges that the market is facing to continue to inform our product development.
Our experts discussed topics from best practise in docking and mooring to rubber quality, buoyancy products, marine products, navigation aids and CE marking. The seminar also saw guest speaker, Peter Beamish, chairman of the BS6349-4 committee on fenders and moorings, take to the stage to discuss the scope and changes in the new code of general practices, and how these changes can affect mooring solutions on a global scale.
In all, I would like to say a huge thanks to all those that attended and for your extremely positive feedback. With that in mind, we thoroughly look forward to planning more in the future.