SCH and sister company Cruise and Passenger Services (CPS)will be showcasing their cruise handling skills to the world when they exhibit at Seatrade Cruise Global 2022, which starts in Miami today and lasts for four days.
The prestigious event is the meeting place for the global cruise market, attracting thousands of international participants from across every industry sector, and will be back in full swing after being restricted by the pandemic for the past two years.
SCH and CPS will be part of the Cruise Britain stand, showcasing their capabilities in stevedoring, baggage handling, mooring and valet parking to the world’s top cruise lines.
As key companies in cruise operations at Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Dover, SCH and CPS will be hoping to engage with major cruise lines planning calls in the UK.
SCH Director Lee Davis, who will be attending the event with fellow Director Kevin Hulme, explained: “Seatrade Cruise Global is recognised as the major event in the cruise exhibition calendar. The Cruise Britain stand attracts plenty of visitors and the four days are an excellent opportunity to engage with the major players in the cruise industry.”