CMC Marine return to METSTRADE 2017 after a successful summer
Monday, November 13, 2017 1:34 PM
This year CMC Marine will return once again to Amsterdam METS, running from 14 to 16 November 2017. Exhibiting the Stabilis Electra SR and Stabilis Electra LR, stand visitors will be able to familiarise themselves with the products that provoked so much interest at previous boat shows. A long-time exhibitor, CMC Marine sees great potential for the brand in the Northern European market and considers a stand at Amsterdam METS a worthy investment.
Northern Europe, as well as foreign markets in general, are at the heart of the ongoing investment strategy of CMC Marine, which will proudly exhibit this year at the Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS), one of the most important international business-to-business trade shows for the yachting and nautical sectors.
For years now, the Tuscan company has been gaining traction and building relations with the main Northern European shipyards, receiving important feedback and raising interest in its capabilities. At METS 2017, the Company will exhibit its Stabilis Electra SR (Short Range) stabilization system, designed to apply Stabilis Electra technology on boats of less than 20 metres in length, and Stabilis Electra LR (Long Range), specially designed for displacement hulls.
The new systems have been a success story for the company at the autumn boat shows. Commenting on the first feedback received from the market, following their recent launch in the summer of 2017, Alessandro Cappiello - CMC Marine CEO – highlighted that: "The response was exciting. The SR product, designed for smaller boats on which none of our systems could be installed before, is extremely innovative and meets that market’s precise need. It has actually already achieved more success than we predicted in our initial forecast, and this is true of both the refit and new build market. With larger sized yachts, the diversification between LR (for displacement hulls) and HS (for semi-displacement and planing hulls) further strengthens CMC Marine's positioning as a stabilizing specialist, able to address the construction needs of every yacht, no matter their dimensions.”
Considering the long-lasting presence in the main northern European shipyards, the Company’s management decided to promote and implement a strategy of major investments in these markets, to be started in early 2018.