Undisputed kings of EFTTEX 2013 were Zebco Europe which enjoyed a hat-trick of successes in the Best New Product Awards. The German-based wholesaler and manufacturer triumphed in the Rod (Lady Like), Mono Line (Exofil) and Metal Lure (Hitman Twin Spoon) categories and were also runners-up in the Multiplier..
Savage Gear capped a great EFTTEX with a double in the show awards – Best Soft Lure for the third year running and the Visitor’s Choice nomination.
Mads Grosell, Product Manager for Denmark-based manufacturer, Svendsen Sport A/S, said: “The double was a huge win for us and we are both proud and happy. It capped a great show for the company.
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Daiwa returned to EFTTEX after a 10 year break and immediately made its mark by winning the Clothing category in the Best New Products Awards. The global brand made the headlines with its Rainmax Hyper Combi-Up Hi-Loft Wintersuit. Daiwa Cormoran Sales Manager, Helmut Hubner, told Angling International: “We..
German wholesaler and manufacturer, Nippon Tackle, celebrated its debut at EFTTEX by taking one of the most hard-fought categories in the Best New Products Awards. The company beat an illustrious list of names to take the Best Hard Lure prize with its Tsunekichi range and the success was..
Rapala’s Sufix brand has continued its proud record at EFTTEX by winning the braided category in Vienna with its NanoBraid. The Finnish company is already established as one of the leaders in the monofilament line market and was boosted with an EFTTEX award win in 2011 (Sufix Synergy..
Shimano underlined its dominance of the fixed spool reel market when it won its seventh consecutive award at EFTTEX in Vienna. The Japanese fishing tackle manufacturer took the Best Fixed Spool Reel category yet again – this time with its Stella SW 30.000 – during the EFTTEX Best..