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Welcome to the start of a busy year of exhibitions with Scot Seats.

scot seat kpm marine at key Middle East shows

Scot Seat will be displaying their products at 2 key shows in the next few weeks. 

Firstly we will be at NAVDEX the Naval Defence Exhibition and Conference in Abu Dhabi, which runs from 19-23rd February. Scot Seat distributors Exalto Emirates will be representing them and can be found on stand C-006.

The next show is the Dubai Boat Show, which runs from the 28th February - 4th March. Once more Exalto Emirates will be representing the Scot Seat product range and can be found on stands E12, E135 & E136.

We look forward to welcoming visitors with seating requirements to the shows. 

Scot seats sponsor industry workshops

At Scot Seats we have announced we will be one of the sponsors for a series of Workshops being held in Southampton in October.

The topics cover Shock Mitigation, RIB & HSC High Speed Craft as well as System Safety and Equipment. 

If you are interested in attending the event, further details can be found here. 
 

Scot seat supply to New Zealand coastguard

Scot Seats KPM-Marine has provided seating for an order for the New Zealand Coastguard North Shore which were made by AMF Boats. The 950 RIB is fitted with 4 of Scot Seats Shock Mitigation Jockey Helm seats supplied through our sole New Zealand distributor Hi Tech Plastics Ltd.  We will be reporting further on this soon. 
 

where to find scot seats

navdex

19-23 February

Abu Dhabi

Dubai boat show

28 February - 4 March

Dubai

Seawork 

13-15 June

Southampton

dsei 

12-15 September

London

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