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Nautica: Italian excellence will be featured at the 2017 International Boat Show in Fort Lauderdale from 1 to 5 November

tonycurtis1 By tonycurtis1 | October 23, 2017 | United States

Ten Italian companies will be involved at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in Florida in November organized by UCINA Confindustria Nautica e Ice - Agency for Promotion Abroad and Internationalization of Italian Companies.

The space available will be within the Super Yacht Pavillion, which this year will host  the 57th International Boat Show with 884 exhibited brands and more than 1,000 boats.
Will be involved these companies: Atep Italia srl, Boat Lift srl,  Lomac Nautica srl,  Opacmare srl, Schenker Italia srl, Technology s.r.l., Vitrifrigo srl, Aries company known as Trieste CCIAA, Canard Yachts srl, Ascom spa.
The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show will be a great showcase for many nautical companies associated with Ucina that will present the excellence of their products.
The United States represents the first export market for Italian companies and the world's leading market for the  business turnover generated by the industry.
Italian exports to the US in 2016 for recreational and sports boats have exceeded 17% more than 2015.
Joint activities of Ice and Ucina will continue in 2017, with participation (November 14 to 16)  at the Mets of Amsterdam and at the Nautic in Paris (December 2 to 10).
In the first half of 2018, there will the Boot in Düsseldorf (January 20 to 28), the Dubai International Boat Show (February 27 to  March 3), and the Singapore Yacht Show (April 12  to 15 April).


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