Torqeedo adds South Florida distributor

Torqeedo signed South Florida-based Mastry Engine Center as a distributor.
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Increasing the availability of its electric propulsion systems in the United States, Torqeedo signed South Florida-based Mastry Engine Center as a distributor.

The company will carry Torqeedo's full range of outboard, inboard and hybrid motors.

"Torqeedo is on the leading edge of technology with their electric propulsion options," Mastry president Kevin Carlan said in a statement. "We're proud to offer these choices to our customers looking for an alternative to gas engines."

Operating since 1962, Mastry also services and distributes engines and parts for Yanmar, Mercury, Suzuki, JCB and MasPower.

"Mastry Engine Center has a solid, positive relationship in the industry with an extensive dealer network," Torqeedo president and general manager Steve Trkla said. "This new relationship will help us expand further across the U.S. and also offer Mastry customers an electric propulsion option."

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