Ocean Safety Invites METS 2020 Visitors to Webinar Event
Not to be beaten by the disappointment caused by the cancellation of METS, one of the marine industry’s biggest international shows, Ocean Safety are planning a virtual get-together with the visitors they would have expected to visit their stand at the normally annual November marine equipment trade show in Amsterdam.
Instead, Ocean Safety are inviting both current and potential customers and distributors from all over the world to sit in on their live seminar, entitled ‘New Products 2021 and Brexit planning’. The seminar will be held at 11am GMT on Tuesday 17th November 2020.
Sales director Mark Acaster comments “This is a week that we would have been greeting our visitors at METS to demonstrate our new products and discuss trade relationships. While you can’t beat the personal face to face presence our fully interactive online presentation is the next best thing.”
Mark will be joined during the session by Steve Bockett, head of Technical Sales Support and James Beaumont, Technical Manager. Together the team will present a preview of the new 2021 product range, which will include a look at the new Jon Buoy soft pack collection, Ocean Safety MOB Ladder and new First Aid Kits. The session, which lasts for approximately 40 minutes, will also include an update on the company’s Covid-19 planning leading into 2021 and a discussion on Brexit planning.
To attend the webinar, just email email@example.com and we will contact you for your details and provide you with a link to the event.
All trade personnel are welcome to attend.
As well as attending the webinar, or if you prefer to have a personal meeting, new customers can request a one to one virtual meeting with one of the sales team. Just email Mark Acaster at MAcaster@oceansafety.com and he will arrange this for you.
Please note, Ocean Safety regrets this is not a consumer event, but they welcome all enquiries from the boating community regarding their products and services. Visit www.oceansafety.com.
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