First participation in the Venice Boat Show at a lively time for the Company (Arsenal, 28 May – 5 June 2022).
Growth leads to growth: in its two first edition, the Venice Boat Show has become increasingly attractive, and this year Guidi Srl, in partnership with its distributor Grossi Srl, has decided to take part in this event for the first time.
In the shared stand, located in the Sea Lagoon area of the show, the company based in Grignasco (Novara) will be displaying the range of marine accessories it designs and manufactures, above all the Guidi system – the kit consisting of water intake – non-stick valve – filter, which is the most effective solution to ensure proper operation of marine engine cooling systems and preserve their effectiveness and performance over time.
The early months of 2022 have confirmed a steady and consistent increase in orders for Guidi, which currently record a two-digit growth. Italian and foreign markets are clearly continuing to support the company’s good performance, with orders spanning across the whole product range.
A few challenges still stand, related to procurement and the cost of energy and raw materials, but this is a common issue for essentially all companies in the supply chain. Delivery times, however, are always met, thereby confirming Guidi’s reliability in terms of both product quality and durability and guaranteed supplies.
In parallel with continued fast-pace manufacturing, enlargement works are currently ongoing at the Grignasco site that will enable the Company to rely on new spacious areas and optimise material incoming, manufacturing, and warehouse activities.
The Venice Boat Show will be an excellent opportunity for Guidi to meet clients, partners and collaborators, in a highly prestigious location like the one of the Arsenal and very lively north-east Italy.
Guidi has also confirmed its participation in the Genoa and Amsterdam boat shows, to be held in September and November, respectively, as well as in two other trade fairs in different sectors during the summer.
Venice, 25 May 2022