Genrep to attend North Atlantic Fish & Work Boat ShowNovember 12, 2018
Genrep is delighted to announce that we will be attending for the first time the North Atlantic Fish & Workboat Show in St. John’s, NL on from November 16-17,2018. Genrep has been in the Canadian marine industry for almost 15 years, and we are finally going to take a trip to the rock now that we have Sansom Equipment as our dealer. Although we are not exhibiting at this bi-annual tradeshow, we will be walking it to meet at the wonderful people that make up the Newfoundland fishing community.
The North Atlantic Fish & Workboat Show is one of Canada’s largest commercial marine events. Held on a biannual basis, it features products and services at the heart of Atlantic Canada’s marine-based industries. There are over 100 exhibitors from all corners of the industry: from fishing equipment, boats, engines, and electronics, to supplies, safety gear, fish processing equipment, and services.
Since Genrep brought Baudouin marine engines to the Canadian market we have been able to compete in markets that require bigger, stronger, tougher diesel engines. Baudouin ranges from 130HP – 1650HP in line 6 up to 800HP in mechanical or electronic options. We believe that the Newfoundland fishing industry will really like all the features of the Baudouin engine. Service entrances where you need them, IMO 3 ready 650HP and up, and backed up with a brand that is known worldwide for its incredibly long life cycle.
If there is an interest to learn more about the Baudouin product, please don’t hesitate to contact Genrep 1-877-7GNEREP and ask for Ashley Wallis. We would love to chat.
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