The largest showcase yet of Australian innovation and ingenuity will be on display at METS 2017 with reputable companies in the industry returning once again to promote their superior skills, expertise and the quality that makes the Australian marine sector word renowned.
Notorious for its representation of high quality and innovative Australian products, the Australian and Superyacht Pavilions at METS will once again house Australia’s leading brands.
The much-anticipated Australian Outback Party will be back, held on the second day of the show. The Outback Party, an invitation only event is held alongside the pavilion and key industry stakeholders are invited to network with the Australian marine export industry. This is a sought-after event and provides an excellent platform to network with all aspects of the industry.
The Gold Coast City Council will be showing their full support of the industry by exhibiting at the show on stand 12.701 in Hall 12. Exhibitors on this stand will show a strong display of Gold Coast industry capability. The Gold Coast Marine Precinct area holds the heaviest concentration of boat builders and marine based industries in Australia – about 80% of all boats built in Australia. Exhibitors on this stand will be Davco Winches, Fab Dock, GC Marine, Marine Airflow and Southern Stainless.
The launch of the annual AIMEX Directory will provide an update on the Australian industry as well as a comprehensive guide to the capability of Australian marine business. Copies will be mailed out to a targeted global and national list and will be made available on stand 12.701 in hall 12 and at the Outback Party.
Australian businesses exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion in Hall 12 will be; AMI Marine Group, Barz Optics, Bellingham Marine, CE & A Co, Coursemaster Autopilots, GME, Gold Coast City Council, Greencorp Marine, HyDrive Engineering, Life Cell Marine Safety, Magnum Top Gear, Megapulse Green Energy, Muir Engineering, Palm Products, Poly Flex Group, Rainman Desalination, Ronstan International, SOS Marine, Stella Marine Group, TMQ International
Australian members in the Superyacht Pavilion will be: Analu, Muir Engineering, Veem