Swedish Propeller Manufacturer Propulse Launches US Subsidiary

Published online: Jan 03, 2008 News
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With a growing share of the US market, Swedish propeller manufacturer Propulse AB has opened a warehouse and distribution center in Branford, Connecticut.

Propulse propellers feature a unique adjustable pitch system to optimize boat fuel economy and corrosion-free composite blades, stronger and 40 percent lighter than aluminum, which can be replaced individually if damaged.

Trading as Propulse US with an inventory covering a wide range of outboard and stern drive propellers from 20 to 300 horsepower, the Branford facility will speed delivery and enhance customer service for the company's US wholesale and retail customer base.

The Propulse product line will be represented nationwide by Ocean Marketing, one of the leading manufacturer's representative firms in the US. "This partnership between Propulse US and Ocean Marketing will strengthen our sales and supply chain within the U.S. and support our continued growth in this important market," said Propulse Sales Director Mats Flodin.

For more information about Propulse propellers, visit www.propulse.se.

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