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Metstrade Visitor Registration Opens


Metstrade organizers today announced that visitor registration for the world’s largest marine industry trade event is now open. Registration is free for members of the industry until Nov. 9, after which a €70 (about $71) fee applies.

The in-person show is scheduled for Nov. 15-17 at RAI Convention Center in Amsterdam and is shaping up to be bigger than ever, according to director Niels Klarenbeek, who this month told Soundings Trade Only that he is expecting more than 1,400 exhibitors and that he anticipates 96 percent of previous Metstrade attendees to return this year.

Click here to register for Metstrade



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