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Business opportunities at METS 2013 - get in now!

by AIMEX on 4 Oct 2013
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Renowned for its representation of high quality and innovative Australian products, the Australian Pavilion at METS is consistently the most sought-after stand AIMEX organises.

AIMEX organises the Australian Pavilion at METS which is the world’s largest Marine Equipment Trade Show staged in Amsterdam from 19-21 November. The show attracts 15,000 international marine industry professionals over 3 days and provides an excellent platform for meeting with industry, developing relationships and making new contacts with distributors and potential buyers, not only from Europe, but from across the globe.

AIMEX strive to promote the prestige and innovation of Australian products and consistently ensure that space is available at an advantageous rate for their members. Exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion provides a great strength of presence, support and networking opportunities.



Exhibitors in the Australian Pavilion include Coursemaster Autopilots, Hydrive Engineering, Top Gear Marine, PolyFlex Group, GME, Ronstan International, SOS Marine, TMQ International, Superior, Powerdive, Barz Optics, Palm Products, Kinetic Technology International, MultiPanel, Adit Marine, Airberth Boat Lifts, Greencorp Marine, Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show and Release and Retrieve Boat Latch.

For the first time ever the 2014 edition of the Australian Marine Export Industry Directory will be launched at METS. The annual publication is the capability document for the Australian marine export sector and will represent each of the companies exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion at the show.

The magazine includes feature articles about the activity in the Australian industry, imperative 2014 industry dates and details and success stories of the most innovative and proactive Australian marine export companies.

Limited space remains available within the Australian Pavilion at METS, further information can be found at www.aimex.asn.au or by contacting AIMEX directly.

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