Deutz To Rep Torqeedo in South Florida

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Electric drive systems manufacturer Torqeedo will now be represented by parent company Deutz in South Florida.

West Palm Beach’s Deutz Power Center Florida in West Palm Beach — which opened earlier this year — will provide parts, sales and service for Torqueedo’s electromobility products from 0.5 to 100 kW for both commercial and recreational needs.

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“We are pleased to offer a sales and service point for our sister company Torqeedo in the important South Florida marine market,” said Deutz Corporation president and CEO Bob Mann in a statement. “Our colleagues at Torqeedo are world leaders in the electrification of marine drive systems, and we look forward to joining them on this exciting journey.”

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Torqeedo’s hybrid and electric outboards, sail drives, inboards and pod motors — as well as its Deep Blue and Deep Blue batteries — will be available at the location.

“We’re thrilled that Torqeedo customers in Florida will have access to a fully-stocked sales and service facility with a highly trained and professional West Palm Beach,” said Torqeedo president Steve Trkla. “We look forward to exploring more opportunities for cooperation in the U.S.”


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