This year’s G7 representatives from the UK, United States, Germany, France, Canada, Italy, and Japan will meet in Cornwall, which UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the “perfect location for such a crucial summit.” World leaders and participants from Australia, India, South Korea and the EU will also attend the summit.
LDD, a product and service line brand in the foundations and cables segment within Acteon, has been selected by the Department of Trade and Industry and the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce to be part of the ‘Cornwall House’ exposition, which showcases the best of manufacturing and commercial endeavours Cornwall and the UK has to offer. Cornwall House is located in Falmouth and from June 11 to 13th will serve as a central location for the civil servants, trade envoys and the media who are accompanying the summit, to explore Cornish enterprises that excel on a global stage, from food and drink delicacies to robotics and renewable technology innovations.
Mark Stevens of LDD says “LDD’s participation is a testament to our position as a world leader in the installation of marine foundations. As part of the Acteon Group with a global reach and agility in our DNA, we work with clients on major infrastructure projects including in the offshore renewables and marine infrastructure markets.”
The G7 (or Group of Seven) is an organisation made up of seven of the world’s largest advanced economies governed by “a community of values,” dedicated to freedom and human rights, democracy and the rule of law, prosperity, and sustainable development as its key principles.
The UK’s presidency goals of promoting future prosperity by championing free and fair trade, tackling climate change and preserving the planet’s biodiversity and championing our shared values are echoed by LDD and reflected by their international operations.