Marine Centre International unveils new corporate logo, as part of a wider rebranding campaign
Designed by Marina Storm design, the new visual identity presents a more striking, modern yet classy image that reflects the strength and direction of the brands Marine Centre International represents and demonstrates the company's continuous evolution.
The new logo is part of a wider rebranding campaign that will roll out over the next six months and includes a new corporate brand identity, a new website and the launch of a full-scale PR, marketing and advertising campaign in Egypt and Greece.
These changes come at a time when the company is growing rapidly and is expanding its reach across Egypt and Europe. 'We have refreshed our logo to reflect who we are today and to symbolise our future', says Sandy Koukoura, Global PR Director of Marine Centre International.
Over the last year, Marine Centre International has successfully scaled its service offerings in Egypt while broadening its footprint in Europe. 'We have grown to be one of the leading companies in the region, we have expanded our service offering through partnerships with leading marine companies, we have established our presence in Greece and we will soon be expanding into one of the most exclusive territories in Egypt. We have evolved, and we needed a logo that is striking and dynamic, matching our strategic direction for the future. Our new logo better reflects our market-leading position and clearly demonstrates the high-quality service we bring to our clients', Sandy Koukoura added.
About Marine Centre International
Marine Centre International is the exclusive dealer of luxury yachts, including Cranchi Yachts, MAIORA, AB Yachts, CBI Navi and Capelli in Egypt. and offers high class yacht sales, brokerage, management & maintenance services through its offices in El Gouna, Egypt and Athens, Greece. The company is part of a global network of yacht dealers, a partner of leading marine companies in Europe and the exclusive authorized VOLVO PENTA service centre in the Red Sea region.
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