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Liqui Moly Adds Defender as Distributor


Lubricant and fuel additive manufacturer Liqui Moly added Waterford, Conn.-based marine retailer Defender as a distributor, the company said in a statement.

“As a major engine supplier, [Defender] understands the importance of using quality lubricants, oils and additives for optimal performance and long life,” said business development manager Gary Driver. “Liqui Moly carries approvals from all major inboard and outboard manufacturers, so we're a natural fit with their product line and customer base.”

In operation since 1938, Defender offers more than 85,000 products, including a range of inflatables and outboards, as well as parts and accessories.


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