Italy’s marine equipment show announces dates

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Seatec 2020 has announced show dates of Feb. 5-7 at the same location in CarraraFiere, Marina di Carrara, Tuscany. The Italian trade show offers business-to-business meetings between marine services, equipment suppliers, boatbuilders, large shipyards, and representatives of boating industries outside of Italy.

Organizer IMM CarraraFiere said in a statement that Sanlorenzo, Cantieri del Pardo, Cantieredelle Marche, Rossinavi, NCA, Rossini, Ferretti Group, Gruppo Azimut-Benetti will all be sending representatives, while other builders are expected to attend.

The show, celebrating its 18 year, also has a conference called Seatec Academy, which offers seminars and other technical training. The statement noted that the Italian Trade Agency plans to bring in exhibitors and other marine industry representatives from non-Italian marine markets. 


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