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New look for METS Web site

Organizers of the Marine Equipment Trades Show restyled the Web site for METS and the SuperYacht Pavilion.

METS will take place Nov. 17-18 in Amsterdam.

The site is an information portal for visitors, exhibitors and the press. It is also a comprehensive resource on market information through breaking news provided by IBI magazine, and a marketplace for company information.

"We are very pleased with the restyled Web site, divided into three separate sections," said Irene Dros, senior project manager of METS, in a statement. "This digital platform offers both existing and potential exhibitors and visitors clear and easy access to the information they need at any given time."

Click here for the full release.

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