Regional growth continues for Peters & May Germany with a busy month attending Northern European Boat Shows

After attending Frederica and Helsinki Boat Shows in February, March was another busy month for Peters & May’s German Team attending numerous Boat Shows throughout the region. A clear testament to the growth of business within the German and Baltic region, this month the team even attended some new shows!

Kicking things off in Tallinn at the beginning of March; Luke Webster, Regional Manager took to the show with great enthusiasm excited to meet many regional manufacturers and international dealers. As the biggest show in the Baltic States, thousands of visitors attended from Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Russia. Luke Webster, Regional Manager commented on a few highlights from the show: “It was great to visit some of our key clients such as Princess Estonia at the show. It’s always very satisfying going to a boat show and seeing one of the yachts that we shipped there; exhibiting at Tallinn was the Princess V40 which Peters & May recently shipped from the factory in the UK to the show”.

In conjunction with Tallinn Boat Show, representatives from our German Team, visited Stockholm’s 9-day boat show which attracted around 80,000 visitors from throughout the region. The next stop after Stockholm was Boot Tulln located in Austria, due to finish the month walking the Baltic Boat Show in Riga.

Jesper Jensen, Sales Manager for Scandinavia gave his comments on the success of the regional shows over the past month: “We have been busy, but every show that we attended was very productive, enabling us to speak to a broad array of clients and partners within the industry. The boat shows have been another strong step in building our already established relationship and renowned reputation within the industry”.  

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