UK Ports Conference 2019

UK Ports Image.jpgFrom Tuesday 14th to Wednesday 15th May 2019, Fellows will be exhibiting at the 11th annual UK Ports Conference at the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London.

The UK Ports Conference brings together senior representatives from across the ports, shipping and maritime sectors. This unique event, taking place over two days, offers detailed insight into how to deliver successful port development, which incorporates the latest technology and innovations. 

With many UK port areas having experienced significant military throughout WW1, WW2 and up to the present day any redevelopment or extension work should consider the potential hazards of unexploded ordnance. Fellows International, with its long experience and range of services for both land and marine UXO risk mitigation is in a unique position to advise on the initial threat assessment and subsequent processes that may be required.

If you’d like to meet Fellows during the conference to find out more about our services, it’s easy to book a meeting with General Manager Andy Ward or Project Manager Lee Wasling. Simply email or call 08000 424 424 or come and visit our stand at the exhibition area.

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