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Quick Hits: January 7, 2021

Seakeeper’s dealer network now includes all of Asia through Twin Disc Pacific, the company’s distributor and partner in Australia and New Zealand. The agreement allows Seakeeper dealers and OEM partners to utilize its network across the continent, obviating the lag time when communicating with the U.S.-based team. “We are ready and excited to expand our relationship with Seakeeper by growing our territory to include Asia,” Twin Disc Pacific managing director Glenn Frettingham said in a statement.

With the installation of photovoltaic panels at its headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wis., Mercury Marine is a step closer to its goal of deriving 50 percent of the company’s electricity needs from renewable resources by 2030. “These steps will combine with many others over the next 10 years to increase the proportion of energy we will draw from renewable energy sources,” Mercury Marine president Chris Drees said in a statement.

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