We are excited to announce that Marlec will be exhibiting at the 2023 METS Trade Show from the 15th of November to the 17TH of November! The Marine Equipment Trade Show, better known as METS, is the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems, where exhibitors from various sectors present their latest products and exciting innovations. This show attracts over 17,000 professionals in the industry, not only is this highly praised event a trading exhibition, but it is also an exciting opportunity for networking and sharing insightful knowledge.
It is the only international B2B exhibition in the marine leisure industry, meaning it serves as the sole platform for innovation, developments and networking since the launch of the annual event in 1988. In addition to catering for the overall leisure marine industry, there are 3 specialist sectors that are also a part of the event: Superyachts, Marinas & Yards and Constructions and Materials.
At METSTRADE 2023, we will showcase our selection of marine products, from the renowned Rutland Windcharger range, and highly efficient solar panels to our range of charge controllers and marine mounting kits. Our products are designed to provide reliable and sustainable power for various marine applications, such as leisure boats, offshore oil rigs, navigational buoys and offshore environmental monitoring.
We invite you to visit us at stand 03.314 and talk to our highly experienced team about how our products can meet your specific needs. We look forward to seeing you at METSTRADE 2023 and sharing our passion for renewable energy with you. For more information about the show, please visit the official website.
When & Where?
The METS Trade Show held at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre, Europaplein, 1078 GZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The venue is centrally located and easily accessible, with it being accessible by both public transport and car. The event is being held from Wednesday 15th November at 10:00am until Friday 17th November when it ends at 5:00pm.