donderdag, september 23, 2021

2021 METSTRADE plans for hybrid event

AMSTERDAM – Organizers of the Nov. 16-18 METSTRADE show plan to stage a hybrid event. They expect in-person events to go ahead (already over...

Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology puts hybrid in perspective

URK – It is an easy trap. Yacht owners and shipping companies consider electric sailing, lured by the promise of fuel savings, zero-emission and...

METSTRADE Connect: 4,700+ visitors, 1 unique design award

AMSTERDAM – Over 4,700 professionals from 23 countries. A modest gate for a global marine equipment trade show that in normal years attracts well...

COVID-19 pushes watersports trade show back to December

GORINCHEM - The Watersports Trade Fair, a new name on the Netherlands’ marine events calendar, has been moved back to December 6-8 on account...

AkzoNobel: drive to become leaner, more profitable is working

AMSTERDAM – Dutch paints and coatings multinational AkzoNobel expects to complete a €300 million shares buyback scheme in the first half of 2021. It...

Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology ramps up Royal Huisman work

URK - Royal Huisman Shipyard has commissioned Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology to design, deliver and install the complete electrotechnical system on its Project 405, a...

METSTRADE Connect opens for networking

AMSTERDAM – METSTRADE Connect, a virtual platform of networking and matchmaking possibilities, has opened for marine industry actors who want to attend the annual...

METSTRADE Connect: virtual networking & matchmaking on Dec. 10

AMSTERDAM - Every year, the mid-November METSTRADE show is a unique, not-to-miss  gathering in Amsterdam’s RAI events center of people and companies active in...

At age 81, Zephyr is enduring salute to Feadship style, quality 

AMSTERDAM –. There are 300 or so reasons why Feadship, builder of pure custom superyachts, boasts about its knack for innovation, style and quality....

Royal-Maritiem turns glass into hard-as-rock yacht building material

IJSSELMUIDEN – Whoever said people in glass houses must not throw stones, never met Robert Nissink. His company, Royal-Maritiem, cuts, grinds, mills, drills, heats...