Exalto Emirates showcases marine products at Abu Dhabi Boats 2021

Exalto Emirates showcases marine products at Abu Dhabi Boats 2021
Exalto Emirates showcases marine products at Abu Dhabi Boats 2021

Exalto Emirates displays a distinguished range of equipment and technologies from the world’s largest manufacturers of marine equipment. Through its participation in the third edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show, which kicked off on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at the Abu Dhabi National Center, Exalto Emirates offers a range of the latest products, advanced technologies, equipment and tools suitable for commercial and recreational boats from a number of the largest international brands. It aims to provide a distinguished platform for concluding deals, discussing ways of cooperation, and finding effective partnerships that contribute to enhancing business prospects and supporting the growth of the sector.

Latest advanced products

Through its range of highly efficient products, Exalto Emirates has established itself as a leading distributor of marine electrical and mechanical equipment and spare parts in the UAE and many countries in the Middle East, Africa and the Indian subcontinent. As part of the company’s pursuit of continuous development and keeping pace with the ever-changing market, the company provides more than 15,000 advanced products that include the latest international technologies.

John Paul, General Manager of Exalto Emirates, said: “With the organization of Expo 2020 Dubai and other major events, the economic growth of the UAE is regaining its pace once again. The boat sector witnessed a huge boom during the pandemic period, as travel was limited, and therefore, many sought other ways to spend their spare time and invested in buying new boats or upgrading the boats they own, and we expect better results in the coming years as the government invests heavily in marine infrastructure. The boat and yachting industry is seen as an essential element in the development of the region, and the recently established Maritime Entertainment Association is concerned with the interests of the local and regional marine sector in coordination with governmental and semi-governmental institutions, and works to promote the boating industry, in addition to encouraging safe practices and the need to pay attention to the protection of the marine environment. . Exalto Emirates is one of the founding members of the association, which will play an important role in the coming years, and has started its activities by hosting the ICOMIA International Marinas Conference, which is being held in Dubai.”

Embracing technology and innovation

In addition, as part of its support for government efforts to enhance the UAE’s position as a global center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and in the context of contributing to achieving the goals of national strategies that focus on innovation and advanced technologies, Exalto Emirates offers many advanced technical products such as advanced boat lamps for use Underwater and energy-efficient LED technology from Lumishore, and marine speakers from JL Audio.

Paul added: “Technology is rapidly transforming the boating industry, and to keep pace with these rapid developments and competition in this sector, we are constantly exploring products that will contribute to enhancing the experience of our boat users, and we strive to be the industry leader in this regard. This approach is to be the distributor of marine products that is distinguished by its development and reliance on new and unique technologies.”

Exalto Emirates has always been one of the pioneers in the marine equipment and accessories sector, distributing the products of more than 110 international companies. The company also displays its publications on its Instagram account on a screen during the activities of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show, and it witnessed great interaction and wide participation from the audience.

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