Forty-five products were nominated for final judging in the Design Award METS 2014 competition.
The Marine Equipment Trade Show, held annually in the fall in Amsterdam, is the world’s largest trade exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international marine leisure industry. It is organized by Amsterdam RAI in association with the International Council of Marine Industry Associations.
The eurozone’s recovery has stalled and some analysts are saying the region is at risk of another recession, but the Marine Equipment Trade Show will welcome a record number of exhibitors to Amsterdam next month.
Amsterdam RAI announced the details of this year’s Symposium on Yacht Design and Yacht Construction.
The International Sailing Summit will be held on Nov. 17 in Amsterdam on the eve of the annual Marine Equipment Trade Show.
The Marine Equipment Trade Show, which is scheduled for Nov. 18-20, will open at 9 a.m. on the last day this year, an hour earlier than in previous years, organizers said Wednesday.
Commerce RI’s International Trade Program and the Maine International Trade Center will partner to host a “Best of New England” booth within the U.S.A. pavilion Nov. 18-20 at the 2014 Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam.
METS announced record attendance of 20,500 professionals and 1,320 exhibitors at the Nov. 19-21 show.
The World Marinas Conference of the International Council of Marine Industry Associations, scheduled to be held next June, was launched during the 2013 Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam with a Turkish-themed reception at the Marina and Yard Pavilion.
The Marine Equipment Trade Show announced record attendance of 20,500 professionals at the three-day business-to-business event that ended Thursday.
Jury chairman Bill Dixon presented the prestigious DAME Award 2013 at the start of the Marine Equipment and Trade Show in Amsterdam this morning to the vector fin stabilizer system from Sleipner Motor AS of Norway. “Since inception, this competition has highlighted excellent examples of how a commonplace item of marine equipment can be reimagined…more