Running 15 to 17 November 2022, the METSTRADE Show in Amsterdam is the world’s largest B2B trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems attracting 1,300 exhibitors and around 15,000 visitors.
ATL Composites, Australia and M.u.H. von der Linden GmbH based in Wesel, Germany, will attend METS 2022, show casing the DuFLEX, DuraKore and Featherlight panels range, manufactured by their joint venture company vdL Composites GmbH, which offers lightweight construction solutions and are preferred by some of Europe’s leading boat builders and design houses.
vdL Composites GmbH have supplied composite products to brands including Schionning, Gunboat, Outremer, Nautor Swan, Baltic Yachts, Judel Vrolijk Designs, Itacat from Italy, Twans in the Netherlands, Lütje, Michael Schmidt Yachtbau and Shiptec AG, as well as various superyachts, production boats, sea ferries and commercial craft.
In 2022, ATL and Von Der Linden commemorate 10 years of successful partnership, working together to supply customers across Europe in a range of different industries, including architecture and construction.
Nicholas Cossich and Lorraine Duckworth, Directors at ATL Composites will travel from their headquarters on Queensland’s Gold Coast in mid-summer to a frosty Amsterdam for METS 2022.
“After three years of travel restrictions, it will be wonderful to return to METS,” said Nic. “We are looking forward to returning to METS this year and renewing ties with our partners in vdL and their customers.”
The team from MuH von der Linden has attended METS for many years and considers the show a valuable means of networking and demonstrating the DuFLEX range of products to all levels of industry.
“METS is a very valuable networking and showcase opportunity for us,” said Director, Inga von der Linden.
“Over the years, since 2012, we have enjoyed exhibiting at METS with Lorraine, Nick and representatives from ATL Composites. We have become great friends as well as great partners.
“This year, we are eager to catch up with clients and to work with them on their requirements for their new projects in 2023.”
Since 1988, METS has been the place where the global leisure marine industry meets to do business, catering to three specialist sectors: Superyachts, Marinas and Yards and Construction materials. In three specialised pavilions, exhibitors display products and services and visitors to the show, including trade delegations from around the world, can meet and learn about innovations in technology, componentry, materials and equipment.