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METS adds 18th country pavilion

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METS, the Marine Equipment Trade Show, added three new country pavilions this year: China, Slovenia and South Korea. This makes a total of 18 country pavilions this year.



“We are very pleased to introduce a second Asian pavilion,” said Sarah Westdijk, product manager for METS. “It is still very modest in size, but we have no doubt that it will grow significantly now they have the country pavilion as both a flag and an umbrella under which they can present their companies, facilitating the move of other South Korean companies.”



The three-day show took place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in mid-November.



This year’s METS also sold out its SuperYacht Pavilion for the second year and featured more than 230 first-time exhibitors.

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