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Meet ROCA Industry at METSTRADE 2022

It's just a few weeks left, and ROCA Industry is working full steam ahead for a good presence at the fair and an exceptional booth at METSTRADE in Amsterdam. We will show a selection of our quality products and look especially ahead to meet colleagues, partners, and customers in the marine industry.
"It will be nice to meet people 'in real life' again after we unfortunately had to withdraw last year. Meeting colleagues from other countries and getting inspired by new products from other suppliers will be exciting", says Mikael Carlsson, Sales Manager at ROCA Industry's marine department.
METSTRADE 2022 will be held on 15-17 November. For ROCA Industry it is at least the 10th time to be represented with a booth in Amsterdam RAI Convention Center.
"I of course remember the exhibition of 2019 the most. I still recall the creative discussions with visitors and all the new acquaintances we made in the three days", says Mikael Carlsson.

Focus on 4 product areas

"So we know that there is a demand for nearly all of our products on the market: Cleats, hinges, locks... you name it. But on the fair we have to focus, and we have chosen certain areas, says Mikael Carlsson."
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our stand 01.243!
For the 2022 edition of METSTRADE, the focus for ROCA is on: 
  • Wiper controls
  • Eccentric latches
  • W12 wiper systems
  • Blackline
These products will be displayed in our booth, and if you don't have the possibility to travel to Amsterdam in November or visit us you can already now read all about them on our site for the exhibition.

Don't miss the opportunity for a meeting

As previously stated, meeting people physically has been practically impossible for the past one and a half years. So if you want to take the chance and book a meeting with Mikael and his colleagues at METSTRADE 2022, you can do it by clicking on the button below.

Book a meeting with Mikael Carlsson


Good years for the boating industry

The time since 2019 has been special: Nearly no exhibitions, fairs, and almost no physical meetings. But still, the boating industry was doing good, maybe even better than ever. According to one of the participants and experts at METSTRADE, the Corona pandemic has had many positive effects:
- When people could not go abroad in the same way as before, boating became a good and accessible alternative. This has led to a good order income for the boating industry throughout the western world, says Lars-Åke Redéen in our interview.

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