Views: 120 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2023-02-17 Origin: Site
Do you love WATER & ADVENTURE SPORTS? If yes, you mustn't miss Dubai International Boat Show 2023 from March 1st to 5th. We will give you a surprise that the latest electric surfboard product with a new modular structure design and less water resistance, bringing you an exciting and pleasant water travel experience.
Dongguan Yiche New Energy Co., Ltd. was founded in 2020 and specializes in the development, production and sales of E-surfboard, Electric scooters and Electric bikes. Our mission is to create a green travel plan for consumers to solve the “last mile” of trouble.
Yiche as a professional OEM&ODM factory always focuses on product quality, customer demand, prompt delivery and good customer service. After three years of study and efforts we have established a strict assurance system, got the ISO9001 Quality Management System and owned more patents for different models. We adopt a good quality supply of spare parts to build up a high standard of the quality inspection system, and strictly control product quality so that sales of high-end models take the lead.
We have our own design team, and develop high-end electric vehicles so as to ensure that we would continue to lead the industry development direction, and improve product quality and brand image.
Date: March 1st-5th
Place: Mina Seyahi, Al Sofouh Road, Al Seyahi Street,Dubai, U.A.E
Company Name: Dongguan Yiche New Energy Co., Ltd.
Booth No: ESS-56
This year will be the 29th edition of the largest and most prestigious yacht show in the Middle East, the Dubai International Boat Show. Spread across five days from 1-5 March 2023, this highly anticipated show is set to take place at the newly redeveloped Dubai Harbor. DIBS attracts many of the world’s leading yacht builders, with the sprawling variety of yachts on display covering all shapes and sizes. Providing an apt location for such a distinguished show, Dubai Harbour is a remarkable venue with 1,100 berths and the capacity to host superyachts up to 160m (252ft).