Pains Wessex, the leading global brand of marine distress signals, is to exhibit at Norshipping in Norway and meet key distributors and contacts.

A comprehensive range of safety products will be on display at stand CO5 to 19E in hall C during the four-day commercial shipping show, which takes place in Oslo from 9 June to 12 June.

Robert Hill, managing director of parent company Chemring Marine, sales director Justine Heeley and sales manager Holger Muegge will all be on-hand to provide advice about the company’s reliable and cost-effective marine distress signals and answer questions.

Norshipping also includes the SASMEX Safety at Sea conference. This year’s show, the 47th, has attracted a record 1,050 exhibitors from 48 countries and more than 50,000 visitors are expected to attend.

Pains Wessex and its sister brand Comet are owned by Chemring Marine, based in Fareham, UK, which is part of the Chemring Group. The company is the world’s leading supplier of SOLAS, MED and USCG-approved marine distress signals to the commercial and leisure marine markets.

Pains Wessex’s comprehensive range of distress signals is available through a global network of more than 200 distributors in more than 70 countries and is specified by the world’s navies, merchant fleets, fishing vessels, rescue services, airlines and leisure craft.

Its products are trusted by the world’s commercial and leisure marine markets for their reliability and they have been saving lives for more than a century.