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Axopar and Nimbus Renew Agreement


Axopar Boats Oy and Nimbus Group AB have entered an agreement whereby Nimbus Group will retain exclusive rights to sell Axopar boats on the Swedish market. The two boatbuilders have collaborated in this way since 2015.

Nimbus will also continue to sell boats under the Axopar brand via selected European dealership network and will evaluate opportunities for their respective dealer networks to offer both Axopar and Nimbus brands “where appropriate.”

“By working closer together, the two leading boat manufacturers in the Nordics — Axopar and Nimbus with combined European sales of more than 300 million — will together offer a stronger product experience from each respective brand, and thereby attract more boaters on a global scale,” said Axopar CEO Ari-Pekka Saarikangas in a statement.



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