Metstrade outlines educational sessions

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Metstrade provides many educational opportunities.

Metstrade provides many educational opportunities.

This year’s Metstrade show will include a variety of seminars for attendees. The show runs Nov. 19-21 at RAI Amsterdam.

Metstrade will have 1,650 exhibitors from 50 countries and will include seminars organized by the Superyacht Group, HISWA, NMEA, PIANC, RecCom, The Global Marine Institute, Yacht Media, Studio Pegorari and more.

Educational sessions will be held at three locations: the I-nnovationLAB stage, E-nnovationLAB stage and Construction in Process stage. Topics include engineering innovations, and electronic, electric and hybrid solutions. There also will be an interactive platform for exhibitors to explain production processes, present technical sessions and demonstrate techniques.

Click here for a complete list of topics to be covered in the sessions.

Soundings Trade Only again will livestream interviews from the show. Editor-in-chief Michael Verdon conducted 32 interviews last year.

“We were able to share a lot of new trends and innovations last year,” Verdon said. “We’ll be going to booths, looking at new products from the DAME awards, and interviewing industry leaders about current market conditions and the latest trends. Our livestreaming provides a global perspective of what is happening across multiple markets.”

The interviews can be viewed on Soundings Trade Only’s Facebook page, at TradeOnlyToday.com and on the daily Trade Only Today e-newsletter.

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