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RAI Amsterdam lays out plans for METSTRADE exhibition 2021

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Francesca Webster

The RAI Amsterdam has just announced plans for the METSTRADE exhibition 2021, set to go ahead from 16th - 18th November. METSTRADE is the world’s largest exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international leisure marine industry. The exhibition has been organised in association with ICOMIA, the International Council of Marine Industry Associations, and will include three dedicated areas of expertise: the SuperYacht Pavilion, the Marina & Yard Pavilion and the Construction Material Pavilion. METSTRADE 2019Photo: SuperYacht TimesOver 1,100 exhibitors have already enlisted, so preparations are well underway, but for those who aren’t able to attend due to cross-border restrictions, Niels Klarenbleek, the director of METSTRADE, has ensured there is a comprehensive digital package. METSTRADE 2019Photo: SuperYacht TimesKlarenbeek commented that: “Working closely with our partners and exhibitors, we are confident that these virtual elements can be organised to our renowned qualitative and quantitative standards. Our physical and virtual offerings will create a seamless user experience, offering opportunities to both visitors and exhibitors.”METSTRADE 2019Photo: SuperYacht TimesFor more information on the trade exhibition, visit METSTRADE.com

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