AUSTRALIAN “innovations and know-how” showcased at METS

Australian companies are sure to impress at this year’s 2016 Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) in Amsterdam – the world’s largest trade exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international marine leisure industry.

The Australian pavilion includes a number of first time exhibitors who will be showcasing products that emphasise the innovation, skills, expertise and quality that has made the Australian marine sector a key global player.

CEO Edwards said “It is an exciting time for us at METS this year as we have a number of first time exhibitors who will be introducing their new technologies and products to the global market.  I would encourage people to visit our pavilion to visit these first time exhibitors Megapulse Green Energy, Skudo, & CE&A.  All 3 companies are making big inroads into the marine market.  Superyacht Australia also have a number of exhibitors in the superyacht pavilion with Muir, VEEM and Analu promoting their products to the growing superyacht sector”.

The Australian Marine Export group will also be launching their 2017 Export Directory a comprehensive guide to all the innovations, products and services currently available from Australian businesses.

This year the famous Outback Party will be sponsored by the UK department for International Trade who are showcasing the opportunities for Australian companies to establish their business in the UK.

Many Australian companies exhibiting at METS are looking to further develop their distributor network in Europe.

Australian businesses exhibiting at METS include AMI Marine, Analu, Aqualuma LED Lighting, Barz Optics, Bellingham Marine, CE & A Co, Coursemaster Autopilots, Greencorp Marine, GME, Hydrive Engineering, Life Cell Marine Safety, Line 7, Magnum Top Gear, Megapulse Green Energy, Muir, Palm Products, Polyflex Group, PowerDive, Rainman Desalination, Rivergate, Ronstan International, SOS Marine, Superior Jetties, TMQ International, and VEEM.