ICOMIA’s Latest Book Has China Statistics

Press Release
Friday, November 30, 2012
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The book provides reliable global statistics to the recreational marine industry.


Representing the global marine industry since 1967, ICOMIA now has 35 marine industry association members (MIAs), estimated to represent more than 90% of the global boating business, making it well positioned to provide an international compilation of data covering the industry’s varied segments.


The ICOMIA Statistics Book is the foremost annual tool the industry has to sum up international activity and, for the first time, this year’s edition includes invaluable market data from China.

 

In addition to statistics collated from MIAs in standard format for cross-reference and comparison, the Statistics Book includes trend line graphs showing boat production, outboard engine, PWC and diesel engine sales over the past eight years for Finland, Japan, New Zealand and USA (provided by ICOMIA’s Marine Engine Committee).


In addition, the Statistics Book offers detailed national reports on the industry’s largest market countries and statistics on the superyacht order book (courtesy of ShowBoats International/Boat International Media). The statistics are based on information from 2011. The Statistics Book also presents results of a 2012 survey summarizing mid-year market trends across 23 responding countries.


ICOMIA members and their members enjoy a discount of 50% when purchasing ICOMIA’s Statistics Book. To order your electronic copy, click here.
 http://www.icomia.com/library/Default.aspxLibraryDocumentId=1522
 

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