Pains Wessex Holds Distributor Dinner at METS
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Pains Wessex Holds Distributor Dinner at METSPains Wessex
Global distributors of the world's leading marine distress signal brand have attended a special dinner at a top trade show.
Distributors of Pains Wessex marine distress signals from right around the world were invited to the gourmet meal, which took place in conjunction with METS, the Marine Equipment Trade Show, in Amsterdam.
The dinner was hosted and attended by key staff from manufacturer Drew Marine Signal and Safety.
Global Key Account and Strategic Projects Manager, Holger Muegge, says, "METS is an ideal networking event and it was rewarding to see many of our Pains Wessex distributors at the meal and at the show.
"One of the reasons why Pains Wessex is the world's leading brand of marine distress signals is that we have a dedicated and knowledgeable network of more than 200 distributors right around the world and this was a small way of thanking them for their professionalism and hard work."
METS - the Marine Equipment Trade Show, held in Amsterdam, Holland, from 13-15 November, attracted more than 1,300 exhibitors from around 40 countries. This year, it celebrated its 25th anniversary. METS has a reputation for being an effective exhibition and industry meeting place.
Drew Marine Signal and Safety showcased its popular range of marine distress signals on its stand 03.217.
UK-based Drew Marine Signal and Safety is the world's leading supplier of marine distress signals to leisure and commercial marine markets.
Pains Wessex products have been helping to save lives for more than 100 years and are specified by the world's navies, merchant fleets, fishing vessels, rescue services, airlines and leisure craft. They are available through a global network of more than 200 distributors.
Drew Marine Signal and Safety, based in Havant, is at the forefront of campaigning for improved global marine safety regulations to ensure the safety of mariners throughout the world.