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Distributor Expands ePropulsion Sales Territory

Several of ePropulsion’s 2021 products.

Several of ePropulsion’s 2021 products.

Mack Boring and Parts Co. will expand its distribution of ePropulsion electric outboards to all of North America and Central America, the company announced.

“EPropulsion is dedicated to innovation and creating a convenient electric propulsion experience that is accessible to all boaters,” Chris Ponnwitz, Mack Boring electric market manager, said in the statement. “This has been evident in their consistent advancement with both the battery and motor solutions that they continue to release into the market.”

In the announcement, Mack Boring said it’s committed to building and training strong dealer networks, as well as supplying and supporting ePropulsion’s 2021 product line.

“The team at Mack Boring has been a great asset in helping build and support the ePropulsion brand,” ePropulsion CEO Danny Tao said. “We are excited to expand our partnership with them and are looking forward to what the future brings.”


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