Coinciding with our increasing international sales, we are delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival , from the 12th to the 17th of September. Drop by to meet us and learn more at Booth PAN 383 or book a specific meeting time by emailing Fiona at: [email protected]
Entrepreneur Kyle Chailler talks to British Columbia News about his growing Drive in Boatwash business. http://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1174895
Drive-in Boatwash (trading as Rentunder Holding AB) has signed a cooperation agreement with the San Diego Unified Port District (SDPD) to install a BIGWASH machine for the purpose of reducing copper emissions in the harbor. Drive-in Boatwash took part in a year long competitive process requiring showcasing of its social, environmental and potential financial benefits. […]
As of May 3nd 2017, Drive-in Boatwash® will be a publically listed company on the Nordic Growth Market, Stockholm. It will trade under the name RENT MTF. With solid development from its start up in 2009, Drive-in Boatwash® expects strong international market growth in the coming years. In the rapidly expanding eco technical sector, Drive-in […]
Canada’s first ever Drive-in Boatwash is now open for business on beautiful Vancouver Island and looking forward to your custom! Heartiest congratulations to Kyle and his team at Hydroclean in the Coast Discovery Marina on Campbell river – a great initiative and a super set-up. The best of luck for your launch this weekend (April […]
Drive-in Boatwash® will deliver Norway’s first hull brush washing machine to Vollen, Norway in June 2017. This exciting partnership with Project Green Marina, Vollen, will support antifouling elimination by combining epoxy paint for boats and BIGWASH 16, the largest Drive-in Boatwash® machine. By providing a 100% environmentally friendly alternative to antifouling, it marks a new […]
Drive-in Boatwash was recently mentioned in an article by The New Zealand Herald. […] Sweden has seen entrepreneurs developing alternatives, and recently Björn Alven, the co-owner of boatwash company Rentunder, was here in New Zealand talking to the industry. Read the article here.