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Asmo Marine undergoes name change

Asmo Marine, the Danish company that manufactures Thoosa inboard electric propulsion systems, changed the name of the company to Clean E Marine and formed a new distributing company for the North American market.

This company, Clean E Marine Americas, is based in Annapolis, Md., and is setting up regional dealers and distributors throughout North America.

The newly rebranded company will still be manufacturing the Thoosa electric propulsion systems that Asmo Marine introduced in the late 1990s in Denmark. Moving forward, Clean E Marine will be offering additional systems using AC motors in sizes as large as 22kW for the recreational boat market and larger systems for custom designs and commercial uses.

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