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Join British Marine at METSTRADE 2020 Early bird rate deadline extended

Published on: 06 May 2020

METSTRADE 2020

British Marine will return to the world’s leading B2B Show, METSTRADE 2020 as an exhibitor as well as managing and allocating the British Pavilion located in Hall 3. 

METSTRADE offers a platform for leisure, superyacht, small commercial equipment manufacturers and suppliers to come together and showcase their services and products to an international audience. The show takes place on the 17 - 19 November 2020 in Amsterdam, at the RAI Exhibition Centre.  

Last year the show reported record breaking numbers with 155 British companies exhibiting and a footfall of 17,792 unique visitors over the three-day period who were looking to discover the next generation of product development.

British Marine would like to offer members the opportunity to exhibit alongside them within the British Pavilion. The British Pavilion was ranked the second biggest and most popular country pavilion in 2019 and was a hive of activity throughout the show. The British Marine stand was constantly packed with international delegates and members meeting to discuss business and make deals.

Exhibiting as a member within the British Pavilion provides additional support and benefits to members including enhanced marketing and PR, networking opportunities, fast track to show organisers, on site support and meeting spaces.  

Due to COVID-19, the early bird rate has been extended to 1 July, meaning you can secure space for just €390 per sqm, to review the packages and prices please click here.

To book your stand please click here. 

Please note; all exhibitors allocated within the British Pavilion must be a member of British Marine at the time the show takes place 17 – 19 November 2020 and for the full 2020/2021 membership year.

TAP grants are available to qualifying UK companies to the amount of £1,500 further information can be found here. 

For further information please click here or contact Johanna.