International Superyacht Coatings Conference unveils three more top sponsors

Organisers of the International Superyacht Coatings Conference (ISCC) have announced three more leading sponsors to the event; Jotun, Tribos Coatings and Tufcoat Ltd. The three companies join the earlier announced CAP Industrial B.V. as companies adding their name to the conference programme.

Specialising in superyacht coating processes and related rules and legislation, ISCC is a conference and networking event that encourages delegates to shape and influence future decisions on the issues facing the coatings industry today. Organised by Amsterdam RAI with the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) and the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss), some 24 top industry professionals will share experiences from around the world.

In regards to sponsorship, organisers made four places available for one gold sponsor and three silver sponsors. The Jotun Group took the gold sponsorship place, with Maltese and UK company Tribos Coatings, Netherlands based Coating Applications Product (CAP) Industrial and UK based Tufcoat Ltd. taking the silver sponsorship.

Managing Director of Tufcoat, Ewan Lake, comments, “We are proud to be associated with the ISCC as a silver sponsor. This is an excellent opportunity to engage with the superyacht industry’s key stakeholders.

Eline Delfos, Conference Coordinator at Amsterdam RAI, says, “We are delighted to partner with these four innovative companies in making the International Superyacht Coatings Conference an essential event for all professionals involved in coatings. The issue of coatings is one of the greatest challenges facing the superyacht industry today and ISCC 2014 will provide an unrivalled opportunity to share knowledge and expertise. The last few places are still available for delegates to join us in Amsterdam and we would encourage latecomers to register now.

ISCC will be held from 11 to 12 December 2014 in the Amsterdam RAI Congress Centre.

By Maarten Janssen



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