Hoist the sails! Visit to the "Moscow Boat Show - 2013"


From 12 to 17 March in Moscow, at the exhibition center "Crocus Expo", there was held one of the most spectacular and romantic events - "Moscow Boat Show - 2013". A year ago, the show was certified by UFI (The Global Association of the Exhibition activity) and entered into the calendar of the International Boat Industry, which was made it one of the largest events of yachting industry. The exhibition has grown by 1.5 times; 350 companies from the UK, Germany, Holland, Greece, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, China, Latvia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Slovenia, United States, Sierra Leone, Turkey, Ukraine, Finland , France, Croatia, Montenegro, and 17 regions of joined the “Moscow Boat Show” as exhibitors. In the "sea"  of the exhibition center were "floating" over 500 yachts from all over the world.

You may ask: What the purpose of air freight forwarder to visit the yachting event? The representatives of the n office of Delivery World could not ignore this event, as a number of n and foreign companies which are operating on the n and CIS market are our long-time customers and partners. For them, we transport components and spare parts, decoration materials, navigational equipment and instruments for boats of different classes. Many years of experience of transportation of such goods and recommendations of our existing partners have given us the opportunity to expand the client base and offer a reliable and cost-effective solution for the delivery of cargo to other players of yachting industry.

A day which was dedicated to the visit to the "Moscow Boat Show - 2013" flew quickly and it was filled with meetings and talks. Our delegates were enriched by new knowledge in the field of yachting, modern principles of navigation and coastal shipping, and signed several agreements by which we plan to carry equipment and appliances for yachting industry from the UK, the U.S. and other countries.

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