Tricon Marine Showcases Ops in China

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Euro-American luxury yacht builder Tricon Marine was selected by the Chinese government to join a delegation presenting to local businessmen and women in Boston. Led by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Zhuhai Investment Promotion Bureau, the presentation highlights the region’s most notable business success stories.

Tricon’s representatives will describe the company’s experiences building and managing a luxury shipbuilding operation in China.

“This is a great time for business partnerships between the United States and China,” said Christos Livadas, Chairman and CEO of Tricon Marine. “Tricon is honored to be recognized and to be part of a distinguished group showcasing the ways in which American companies can leverage China’s economic advantages and explore partnerships in Hong Kong and Zhuhai to exceed their customer’s expectations.”

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