Fish Canada Workboat Canada, the nation’s largest commercial marine show, returns to the Moncton Coliseum January 22-23, 2016.
This biennial event is a favourite of those who make their living on, in, and around the water, along with those who provide the related products and services to keep Atlantic Canada’s marine-based industries running strong.
Registration is now open for the 2016 edition of the show. For a limited time, visitors can pre-register for just $5 and fast-track their entrance to the show. Convenient online registration is available on the show website: www.FCWC.ca.
Fish Canada Workboat Canada will include a diverse array of exhibitors with representation from local, regional, national, and international companies, appealing to the thousands of industry professionals who attend this key industry event. At the show, visitors will find a comprehensive assembly of the newest, most innovative products on today’s market, including engines, electronics, equipment for boat builders, and commercial and marine fisheries equipment.
The presentation of the Atlantic Canada Marine Industries Hall of Fame Awards has become a well-known component of this event and the newest group of inductees will be honoured at the 2016 Fish Canada Workboat Canada Show.
Individuals and businesses are encouraged to nominate a person in New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island who deserves special recognition for his/her contributions to the marine industry. Nominations can be made until Friday, December 4, 2015 in one of three categories:
- MARINER (anyone who works or has worked on the water in any marine industry),
- PROCESSOR (anyone involved in the business of processing, from line workers to company owners), and
- BUILDER (recognizing those who have made contributions without having directly participated, i.e. industry advocates, organizers, boat builders, etc.).
Visit www.FCWC.ca for the nomination form and additional details on this special recognition, which was developed by The Navigator Magazine in partnership with Master Promotions Ltd., the show’s producer, to pay a lasting tribute to those who have made valuable contributions in any sector of the marine industry.