The February issue of IBI magazine sees the launch of IBI Technical, a new section in the second half of the magazine that looks in greater depth at the latest boatbuilding processes and techniques. Read on to find out what’s in the latest issue.
Editor’s comment: Changes afoot
Appointments: New CEO at Sanlorenzo
Data Digest: France and Germany
Americas: NMMA forecasts powerboat growth
Europe: Stability returns to UK market
World: Yamaha partners with Chinese firm
MARKETS & REGIONS
Overview: Between fear and optimism
Beneteau: Closing in on the number one spot
Iguana Yachts: An amphibious revolution
Nanni Diesel: Growth through diversification
Plastimo: Getting back to basics
Goïot System: A new future for Goïot
Overview: Export-driven survival
Equipment: New strategy for difficult times
Show report: Seatec 2013
STRATEGY & FINANCE
Teleflex Marine: New name, new culture
Yard visit: Frauscher: Working practices inspired by Porsche have helped a family-run boatbuilder cut waste, boost sales, and even partly finance a new factory from the savings made
Bavaria: Bavaria Virtess 420 is one of the most technically complex boats it has ever built. But the modern facility is up to the challenge.
Building the ultimate curing oven: Green Marine has built a set of multi-purpose ovens designed to do a lot more than just cook pre pregs. Is this the future for carbonfibre infrastructure?
Engines: Boat propulsion continues to attract new engine producers with new ideas. Recent arrivals are growing their business very satisfactorily.
Latest launches: Product upgrade for marine equipment and boat accessories.