AquaQuad seeks regional partnerships in U.S.

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AquaQuad is looking to regionalize its U.S. manufacturing by seeking licensees or joint venture and manufacturing/distribution partnerships.

"We want to ensure our dealers and customers are really benefiting from their relationship with us," AquaQuad CEO Oliver Nudds said in a statement. "By moving to a license arrangement we can offer our dealers better prices and deliver some product changes. Currently, we foresee the need for three licensees to cover the U.S., one for the Northeast, one for the Midwest and another for the West Coast. We're ready to speak with any interested parties, and they can contact AquaQuad directly."

South Africa-based AquaQuad said all of its models, including the electric-powered ELS, are CE-certified.

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