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BILLION POUND BUSINESS BONANZA IN BRAZIL 
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The Challenge aims to introduce young people aged 16-18 years  to engineering and how it plays a role in aerospace design and production. 

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ABP PORTS PASSENGERS & CRUISES


Southampton is the UKs premier cruise port, handling over 370,000 passengers. It expects to deal with 176 cruise calls in 2002, which accounts for over 40 per cent of the UKs cruise market.
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The Save the Vengeance Appeal intends to promote future generations interest in our joint heritage by providing an Business partnership which will provide a foundation both for business and heritage preservation. 


Associated British Ports


ABP Southampton
Ocean Gate
Atlantic Way
Southampton
SO14 3QN
Telephone: 023 8048 8800
Fax: 023 8033 6402
Website: http://www.abports.co.uk/

HMS Vengeance and ABP Business Partnerships 

Associated British Ports (ABP) is the Statutory and Competent Harbour Authority for 22 separate ports and harbours located around the UK. Associated British Ports (ABP) is the UKs leading ports business, providing innovative and high-quality port facilities and services to shippers and cargo owners. One of the countrys busiest and most successful deep-water ports, ABP Southampton, is the UKs leading vehicle-handling port, and has long been the UKs principal cruise port, with over 370,000 cruise passengers expected to pass through the port in 2002. Save the Vengeance Appeal originally forged links with ABP Southampton. ABP Southampton has offered a berth for VENGEANCE on delivery, at After Buoy in Southampton Water. 

The Vengeance Naval Aviation Heritage Museum venture would intend to help promote the maritime and port's industry's future with a centre where current and trainee trainee port staff and maritime engineers will be able to gain nationally and internationally recognised qualifications. We hope that the provision of this aircraft carrier facility will raise the profile of a ABP career path and help to redress the national shortage of British port woker expertise and maritime engineer skills. 

Benefits to Companies 

  • To present a showcase centre, through trade shows and exhibitions, for marketing British Port  and maritime industries, awareness of the latest products and developments and practical training of the key skills requirements. 
  • Opportunities for high profile media attention.
  • Specialist facilities dedicated to trade, exhibition, conference, heritage or storage facilities, and spacious covered accommodation and extensive open area deck space for high profile media events.
  • To raise the profile of the heritage and community relations of business in order to enrich heritage and business learning. 
  • To contribute to the raising of achievement by employees through work related learning on the Vengeance. 
  • To help promote practical experience of obtaining both academic and vocational qualifications, as well as key and life skills relevant to working with business.


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