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MMCE Marine Models is a global operating scale model builder. We develop and create high fidelity, high end, precise and proffesional maritime models, miniatures and promotional gift items, as well technical, industrial, fine mechanical scale models.
 

About us

In the early seventies a group of dedicated enthusiasts started off with various model building activities. This ...

Scale models

We produce high-end technical scale models and prototypes in various sizes and detailing ...

Contact MMCE

We welcome you to visit us at one of our display facilities where you can see our models in real life and our team ...

About MMCE Marine Models

In the early seventies a group of dedicated enthusiasts started off with various model building activities. This group consisted of experts who had all been active in the marine industry. For example: technicians and engineers with experience onboard vessels and naval architects and engineers for shipyards.In this same period our Asian partner established in Hong Kong. In the mid-nineties the MMCE Group got it's official
and current name when the company's articles of incorporation were signed.

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Contact

The models shown at this website are an example of our activities throughout the
years. If you require more in-dept information our employees are happy to help you
with this. To learn more about our service offerings and experience, to make a visit to
one of our show-facilities or to request that a MMCE representative contacts you
directly, please contact us using the contact form or call us at our main office.

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Contact details

Phone: 0031 (0)10 52 99 665
Fax: 0031 (0)10 52 99 664
E-mail: info@mmcemarinemodels.com

Visiting address

Noordeindseweg 262
2651 LL Berkel en Rodenrijs
The Netherlands

Postal address

Noordeindseweg 262
2651 LL Berkel en Rodenrijs
The Netherlands

Asia – Pacific / RCI

Unit 2721 – 2722 | 27/f hing wai centre
7 tin wan praya road | Aberdeen
Hong Kong

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