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Taiwanese trade group joins ICOMIA

The Taiwan Yacht Industry Association was approved as a full member of the International Council of Marine Industry Associations.

The trade group was established in 1983 with the goal of raising global recognition of Taiwan-built luxury motoryachts and sailboats. Its membership includes 39 yacht builders and 42 yacht-related equipment/material suppliers.

“I am delighted we have another Asian member of ICOMIA, and we look forward to working with the Taiwan Yacht Industry Association and its members, supporting them as best we can,” ICOMIA secretary general Tony Rice said in a statement.

To meet the requirements of full membership in ICOMIA, applicants must be a national marine industry association and legally incorporated.



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