Broom will now only be bringing two boats to London
Broom has made a late change to the boats it is taking to the London Boat Show and it has also said it will be reducing production for 2009 as a cautionary measure in these economic turbulent times.
A statement from Broom said, “We are being prudent during the present economic climate and planning on a lower level of production.”
The company says that high stand costs at the show are out of proportion with its production levels so it has had to simplify its stand at the show, which has led to it moving from its usual position to the east side of the South Hall at ExCeL.
Broom will now only be bringing two boats to the show, the 425 and the 395, which replaces the 39. Broom will no longer be bringing the 450 or the 50 to London.
The statement said, “The strength of the Euro has reduced the price of our boats in Europe and made them better value than ever. To take advantage of this we are exhibiting a Broom 50 for the first time at the Dusseldorf Boat Show.”
Visit Broom on stand S42 at the London Boat Show.
Pictured: Broom 395