New records set for METSTRADE 2018

METSTRADE 2018 has again broken records METSTRADE 2018 has again broken records
Industry Database

The 2018 METSTRADE Show has again broken its own records in terms of exhibitor and visitor numbers.

Show organisers say there was a 5% rise in visits compared to 2017 – 26,052 visits by 16,716 visitors, with more than 1,100 exhibitors already booking their space for the 2019 edition.

“Everything we do as organisers of the METSTRADE Show revolves around facilitating encounters across the spectrum of the sector we serve,” said Irene Dros, maritime director at RAI Amsterdam. “Our role is to bring people together from around the world in the right environment for business, networking and fun.”

She added: “Even those who have attended the event for years remarked on how animated the atmosphere was at this year’s gathering in RAI Amsterdam.

“A heightened sense of optimism was also reflected in the presence of a new generation of visitors, with the bustling Young Professionals Club Lounge and activities being exceptionally well attended this year.”

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