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IBEX will feature compliance exhibition

This year’s International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference will again offer a one-stop shop for compliance engineers and managers who need clear answers from U.S. and international experts on all phases of regulations, standards and assessments.

The IBEX Compliance & Standards Pavilion will feature almost a dozen exhibitors with expertise in national and international rules and regulations. They will provide services ranging from compliance inspections to certifications and all necessary requirements for small craft and their components.

IBEX 2008 runs Oct. 6-8 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

For information, go to www.ibexshow.com.

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