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Vetus-Maxwell set to host webinar on thruster technology

Vetus-Maxwell Inc. is hosting a free webinar to help boat manufacturers and service providers communicate the benefits of thruster technology to their customers.

The webinar will take place Dec. 5 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET and will be available on demand to registered attendees after the event.

Interested parties can register here.

“Vetus-Maxwell is always looking for ways to grow the knowledge base of our industry and ultimately better serve our customers,” sales and marketing vice president and webinar leader Chris DeBoy said in a statement. “This webinar is one way to reach our OEMs and the greater marine trade. Whether or not you use Vetus thrusters, our focus is on how the technology can make a difference for your customers.”

Included in the webinar will be information on the technology behind extended runtime thrusters, joystick applications, retractable thrusters and new solutions such as virtually silent thrusters with proportional control.

There will also be time for a question-and-answer session with DeBoy on these systems.



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