CMC Marine participates in Metstrade
CMC Marine participates in Metstrade from 15 to 17 november
Metstrade Amsterdam, the world’s largest trade fair showcasing marine equipment, materials and systems, held from November 15 to 17, will offer CMC Marine the chance to renew its relationship with Northern European customers and set out the next steps in the brand’s offering.
CMC Marine, the leading electric stabilization systems player based in Tuscany, Italy, has once again chosen the well-known trade fair in the Netherlands to bring to a close a successful international boat show season, during which it has pointed up the breadth and flexibility of the brand’s various product ranges, and begin to announce to visitors the next steps that will further extend its offering of electric stabilization and control systems. At Mets, CMC Marine has also decided to pay tribute to its Northern European customers, who along with Italian shipyards are the world’s leading builders of super and mega yachts, by showcasing some of its products developed for large vessels.
More and more Northern European shipyards are choosing CMC Marine’s integrated stabilization and control systems for mega yachts, won over by the reliability and innovative content of the brand’s electrically operated systems. In the SuperYachts Pavillion, the company will be exhibiting HS160, from the Stabilis Electra range of electric stabilizers, and the TP100 “Advanced Series” thruster.
The Dutch trade fair launched in 1988 is the largest international exhibition of marine components and represents an increasingly important opportunity to talk about and exchange know-how, technology and innovation. In fact, as has been for a number of years now, leading industry players are organizing various conference cycles in conjunction with the trade fair, including The Superyacht Forum organized by The Superyacht Group, which each year brings together the most authoritative voices in the yachting world and provides opportunities for networking, discussion and sharing ideas on the big issues in the industry. One of these opportunities is the workshop planned for November 15 at 2:30pm, “How to Measure Guest Comfort?”, a preliminary discussion in preparation for the proposal to create shared, universal parameters to measure onboard comfort. CMC Marine were asked to take part as experts on the subject and one of the speakers will be CMC Marine LTD managing director Sam Crockford, who will bring his authoritative perspective to the discussion.