The Australian Marine Industry Directory is produced annually by AIMEX and is the capability document for the Australian marine export and commercial industries. It includes articles on the Australian marine industry’s skills and core competencies, the high quality of their products, their latest innovations through current news and content features. This is a glossy full-colour publication comprising pages of news and product images accompanied by a well-constructed and informative editorial.
The Australian Marine Industry Directory also contains one of the most comprehensive lists of Australian marine designers, builders, suppliers and service providers. The interactive e-book format allows readers can click through directly to the company’s websites for more information and also email the company’s contacts. Use the e-book to make notes, bookmark pages or download the full publication to your device of choice. Scroll down for the latest issue.
The publication is launched in November each year at METSTRADE, the world’s largest marine equipment tradeshow and is distributed worldwide via Austrade offices internationally and major marine boat shows. In addition, copies are sent to international media and marine industry businesses around the world. If you are interested in this publication or have an advertising enquiry, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
2024 Australian Marine Industry Directory
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This latest issue of the Australian Marine Industry Directory 2024 continues to deliver informative editorial and up-to-date details on the Australian marine export and commercial industries. The latest issue features articles on two of Australia’s most prolific marine exporters – Riviera and Maritimo – both celebrating milestones in their histories. Further updates include Steber International and their drive for innovation plus Aus Ships Group news on adding the recreational Scimitar yachts to their lineup. Western Australia based Echo Yachts has proudly launched their latest new build – the 56m catamaran M/Y Charley 2.
Equipment manufacturers featured include Pyrotek, BluSky, Hullbot and Evercor – all innovative companies supplying vessels with their latest products and servicing options. Marine Jobs – a dedicated marine centre for the industry – is also making headlines connecting job seekers with exciting opportunities in the industry.
Browse through over 80 top talented Australian companies in the A-Z Directory section with a description of their services and full contact details followed by key industry contacts together with a list of boat shows and events in 2024. On the cover is previous double winner of the ‘Australian Marine Industry Exporter of the Year Award’ Byron Bay manufacturer Fliteboard, featuring their Flitescooter.
2023 Australian Marine Industry Directory
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The 2023 issue of the Australian Marine Industry Directory features informative editorial on PFG Group’s Sentinel 1100; Riviera’s expansion; Doen WaterJets latest projects; Steber International’s diversification; Ingot Marine’s range of maritime services; Spear Green Design’s latest capabilities; Eclass Marine retrofitting existing outboards with batteries; Maritimo’s dealership expansion; award-winning apprentices attend METSTRADE; Vaikobi’s latest product developments; plus exciting plans on growing the marine workforce in Australia under a new industry-led initiative.
Equal billing also goes to the latest A-Z Directory section listing over 80 top export and commercial marine service providers including their business profile and contact details plus active email and website links in the e-book version.
The must-have capability document for the Australian marine export and commercial industries!
The 2023 Australian Marine Industry Directory was launched at METSTRADE 2022 on15 November 2022.
View the 2021 issue here
The 2021 AIMEX Industry Marine Directory includes key feature articles from The Whiskey Project Group on new innovative defence vessels and Riviera on their 40 years of evolution in designing, producing and exporting some of Australia’s top recreational luxury motor yachts.
Other sections includes editorial on Austal Australia on their Cape class patrol vessels; local Hervey Bay aluminium boat builder BtB Marine; engine room air ventilation from Marine Air Flow; Fliteboard’s new Series 2 product line; VEEM’s record-breaking year in 2020; and Doen Water Jets delivery to RDM’s Harbour Master II.
Take advantage of the new flexible e-book format – a first for this issue – allowing readers to navigate easily through the publication and the ability to make direct contact with service providers with just one click!
View the 2020 issue here
The 2020 issue of the Australian Marine Industry Directory showcases two top Australian motor yacht builders and exporters – Maritimo and Riviera – with their latest designs and products.
Other companies included in this issue are Austral Propellers, who are celebrating their milestone anniversary of 80 years in the propeller business; Brisbane based Aus Ships Group, their services and latest projects in Queensland; REO Sportsboats and their lightweight sports boat designs; and Barz Optics seeing growth with world-first products.
Richardson Devine Marine, based in Tasmania, also share their experiences with the relationship between the builder and the operator with their Kilimanjaro Fast Ferries.
View the 2019 issue here
The 2019 issue of the Australian Marine Industry Directory features content on Aurora Global Logistics and their exporting prowess; Echo Yachts as a strong client-focused yacht builder in Australia; and the 2018 celebrations of the 20th anniversary of AIMEX. We also showcase Australia’s commercial marine industry; Start Warrior as a new Australian start-up business with an innovative new product; Australian sailors as a talented presence in most professional sailing teams worldwide and Ronstan and their growth in the Asian market.
Spear Green Design is featured as interior design partners for Australian designed and built ferries heading overseas. In addition, Superior Jetties updates us on providing a facelift to some of Sydney Harbour’s foreshore.