Monthly Archives: August 2014

Sydney Boat Show a success for boat manufacturer Steber International

Leading boat manufacturer Steber International has announced that it has achieved great success at this year’s Sydney International Boat Show, which took place at the Sydney Exhibition Centre from 31 July to 4 August 2014. Sydney Boat Show a success for boat manufacturer Steber International The company manufactures high-quality, robust commercial and recreational motor vessels for commercial fishing, charter, patrol sea rescue, medical support, surveillance and recreational use. Following the success at the five-day event, with one confirmed sale and numerous quotes requested, Steber International revealed plans to exhibit at next year’s Shanghai Boat Show. According to the news release issued by the company, Steber’s scale model display covered a range of commercial and recreational vessels from 28 to 60ft, as well as the unmanned surface vessel, the SSS Bluebottle. “During the show we took time to talk with existing Steber clients, including various government departments, and were delighted to show off the new 38ft SLR (Super Long Rescue) and SS (Super Sports) models,” said Managing Director, Alan Steber. “The model boats were acknowledged by many as a ‘smart move’ in helping open up conversations regarding customising options for potential customers. We have a great reputation in the marine industry and customers have confidence in talking to us, even though we are not standing on a full-size vessel.” NSW Deputy Premier, Andrew Stoner and Minister for Roads and Maritime, Duncan Gay visited the Steber stand where they discussed potential industry improvements. “Mr Steber also met with Jessica Toh (pictured) and Tim Stanford from The Media Shop Group based out of Singapore to start preparing a marketing strategy to enter the China and South East Asia markets,” it says in the news release. A potential […]

Taree boat manufacturer, Steber International, continues to thrive

ONE confirmed sale and numerous quotes requested, has signalled another successful Sydney International Boat Show for leading boat manufacturer, Steber International.

During the five-day event, planning also began to exhibit at next year’s Shanghai Boat Show.

Managing director, Alan Steber said he was also delighted to see the Steber-built Marine Rescue 38, based at Middle Harbour Yacht Club, on display and open to the public.

“The vessel remains in as-new condition after completing 1500 engine hours in just over two years”, Mr Steber said.

Steber’s scale model display covered a range of commercial and recreational vessels from 28 to 60ft, as well as the unmanned surface vessel, the SSS Bluebottle.

“During the show we took time to talk with existing Steber clients, including various government departments, and were delighted to show off the new 38ft SLR (Super Long Rescue) and SS (Super Sports) models.

“The model boats were acknowledged by many as a ‘smart move’ in helping open up conversations regarding customising options for potential customers.

“We have a great reputation in the marine industry and customers have confidence in talking to us, even though we are not standing on a full-size vessel”, Mr Steber said.

NSW Deputy Premier, Andrew Stoner and minister for Roads and Maritime, Duncan Gay visited the Steber stand for lengthy discussions on potential industry improvements.

Alan’s opinions and advice are always respected, being a founding member and current board member of the BIA (Boating Industry Association), board member and Export Champion of AIMEX (Australian International Marine Export Group) and recognised as an industry stalwart, receiving the Centenary Medal in 2001 for services to the marine industry.

Also during the show Alan met with Jessica Toh and Tim Stanford from The Media Shop Group based out of Singapore to start […]