• Schotten & Hansen @ Metstrade Amsterdam

    15 November 2021

    (15 November 2021, Amsterdam) Schotten & Hansen will be showing their products and services for yacht interiors at the world’s largest trade fair for marine equipment and accessories from 16 to 18 November 2021.

    Modern yacht building places a wide range of demands on the materials to be used for interior fittings: they should be stable, light and at the same time resilient, and also have an attractive appearance. In numerous projects, our yacht team has already been able to prove that Schotten & Hansen is a reliable partner on the high seas, from the concept phase through product development and implementation to cleaning and maintenance of the wood products.

    The wood selection and colour development of the products take place according to the existing concept in consultation with the designers and the shipyard. For the design planning, the yacht interior is digitally measured if necessary. Before the individually manufactured floors and furniture leave our factory, they are pre-assembled for viewing, quality control and acceptance. The logistics and installation on board take place in close consultation with the shipyard involved. To ensure that the wooden surfaces retain their radiance under maritime conditions, the respective crew is trained in maintenance care.

    The METSTRADE Show is the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems. It is organised by RAI Amsterdam together with the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA). It was held for the first time in 1988.

    Please visit Schotten & Hansen at Stand 07.100

    For further information please contact:
    Schotten & Hansen GmbH
    August-Moralt-Straße 1-3
    86971 Peiting E [email protected]
    T +49 8861 90 80 40 100

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