STP Shipyard Palma and Marina Ibiza,
two of the most international brands of IPM Group, present in FLIBS
Continuing with its program of international nautical shows, IPM Group has been present at one of the most important ones in North America, held in Fort Lauderdale at the beginning of the month.
The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, better known as FLIBS, was the scene of several initiatives in which IPM Group participated with two of its most international brands, STP Shipyard Palma and Marina Ibiza. Both brands exhibited on the Balearic Yacht Destination stand, the first time this group has exhibited at FLIBS following on from the success at Monaco Yacht Show This is a project created two years ago by four leading companies in the nautical sector -Astilleros de Mallorca, Marina Ibiza, Port Adriano and STP Shipyard Palma - and which currently comprises a total of 14 members. On this occasion, the Balearic Islands Port Authority and the Institute of Business Innovation (IDI) also participated ,supporting the intense promotion of the nautical sector of the Balearic Islands.
Likewise, and within the program of activities of the Balearic Yacht Destination, Marina Ibiza and STP Shipyard Palma participated as sponsors of the prize to the best captain of the year , an event which Fraser Yachts celebrates each year.
Meanwhile Marina Ibiza, -which continues with its collaboration with Ferretti Group- had a brand presence on the stand of this prestigious nautical group with the aim of promoting its moorings among the 7 brands that Ferretti Group represents.
And as usual, the representatives of IPM Group who travelled to this show greeted its customers and collaborators who periodically visit its facilities throughout the year, where the number of American clients choosing the Balearic Islands as a destination either for pleasure or repair services is increasing year on year.
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