UK P&I Club participated in SeaJapan 2022
On 20-22 April 2022 Sea Japan made a welcome return and we were delighted to participate for the very first time and show our support to one of the biggest maritime tradeshows in Japan.
After four years away due to COVID, the tradeshow saw over 350 exhibitors from maritime sector and approximately 18,000 visitors attend over the three-day exhibition.
The Japan Branch and Thomas Miller KK staff welcomed to its booth more than a hundred visitors, both familiar faces and some new. We showcased our loss prevention materials, hosted a daily quiz with prizes and gave gift bags for all.
On the second day of the exhibition, Masato Nishizawa gave a presentation to an enthusiastic audience and covered the Club’s history in Japan, its cover and spoke on the UK P&I Club’s loss prevention initiatives.
Regional Director for Japan
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