Turner Price have announced they are exhibiting at the two-day IMPA London 2023. Taking place on September 12-13 at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, the premier maritime event brings together key decision makers from some of the largest ship-owners and operators with maritime specialist suppliers from more than 60 countries.
The large Yorkshire based provider supplies food and provisions to the UK’s offshore, renewable, oil, gas and marine industries, servicing all UK ports and both large UK based and international clients.
Tony Broadhead, Head of Offshore at Turner Price, has a long-standing relationship with IMPA and says showcasing their services in the heart of London displays the businesses commitment to the marine industry.
He said: “We are proud to be a member of the International Marine Purchasing Association and are excited to be supporting IMPA London by exhibiting for the sixth time. My experience in ship chandlery spans nearly four decades, and in that time, I have seen IMPA events develop into the most recognised and beneficial exhibitions to be involved with.
“At Turner Price, we have seen significant growth in recent years through strong investment and by offering a trusted competitive service. Our days of being a disrupter are complete, and we are now the first-choice provider to many excellent vessels and international operators. Across the two-day event our team will be there to network with new potential customers and to catch up with many connections in the industry.”
Turner Price clients include dredging, survey, dive support, drill, fishing, cargo, jack up, patrol, maintenance, cable and pipe laying, multi-function, and heavy lift vessels, as well as tankers, bulk carriers, and environmental research and surveyor ships. In addition to IMPA, Turner Price are also members of the British Association of Ship Supplies, and the International Ship Suppliers Association (ISSA).