TMS putting energy into Aberdeen

Friday 5th August 2011

TMS is playing a vital role in putting 21 East Anglian energy businesses on the high road to Scotland to make a major impact at the Offshore Europe exhibition in September.

Our exhibitions' chief Jimmy Hartwell is project manager for a joint stand to promote what the East of England can offer the energy sector.

The expedition is backed by a partnership of EEEGR (the East of England Energy Group), Great Yarmouth Borough Council and Waveney District Council.

The stand features individual graphic panels and display trays for each company and incorporates generic backdrops, private meeting rooms, a hospitality area, kitchen, reception desk and storage.

Jimmy is also coordinating logistics on behalf of EEEGR, including the transport of literature and other promotional material – and even a consignment of bottles of beer.

"All the exhibitors have to do is turn up; everything will be waiting for them," he said. "Afterwards they box up everything again and we’ll bring it back home for them," he said.

The TMS Design team led by art director Nick Marshall prepared all the generic backdrops for the stand as well as creating graphic panels for nine of the exhibiting companies.

Taking part are: Red7Marine. Seajacks UK, EastPort, CLS Offshore, E-Tech Group, Structure Flex, Associated British Ports, Oilennium, Coil PNS, R People, GEV Offshore, ASCO, Dabbrook, Applied Acoustic Engineering, CHPV, Pegasus, Howes Percival, Norwich Airport, M Gaze, Seatrax and Survival Systems International.

Offshore Europe 2011