The Quick Group’s participation at METS in Amsterdam was a brimming lineup of new products. The Group, founded in 1969 and specialised in marine components, also used the international platform to take stock of a dynamic 2023.
In fact, in 2023 the Quick Group acquired 100% of Sanguineti Chiavari, specialised in the design and production of complex components for large yachts, 100% of Xenta Systems, specialised in the development and production of control systems for yachts and superyachts, and 100% of Nemo Industrie, specialised in the production of components for motor and sailing boats. These will be joined by a further acquisition in spring 2024.
While, also at METS, the Quick Group presented Tommi Salonen, Chief Compliance Officer, Marco Rodi, Chief Operating Officer, and Marco Santoro, Managing Director, all three new additions to the Group’s management.
Last but not least, the Dutch show included the showcasing of brand-new products such as the Lume, Rubik, Cinammon, Crown and Gladis models in the field of on-board lighting, and the new Olympic anchors in AISI 316 stainless steel, which are characterised by greater ease of use thanks to a focused engineering study.