High power density outboard diesel on show

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Brighton based Cox Powertrain is attending METS in Amsterdam this month with its high power density diesel outboard motor.

Cox Powertrain is set to showcase a full-size model of its ground-breaking diesel outboard engine, the CXO300, which is in the final stages of development, at the Marine Equipment Trade Show, (METS), which takes place at RAI Amsterdam, from 15-17 November.

It’s been an incredibly busy 2016 for the Brighton City Airport-based diesel engine innovators, with an increased presence at major industry shows, including Seawork, Cannes Yachting Festival and Euronaval. This year has seen the company increase its workforce to meet the rigorous demands of developing and testing this highly-advanced technology – and also to strengthen the brand’s marketing activity, which is producing significant results.

The Marine Equipment Trade Show is the world’s largest marine trade event, attracting key decision makers from large marine companies. In line with Cox Powertrain’s aim to raise its brand profile and engage with prospective industry partners, as well as boat builders and potential customers; the company chose to work with event specialist, Quadrant2Design, opting for Q2D’s exclusive free-hire and installation service.

The METS Show will afford potential clients and partners the opportunity to connect with Cox Powertrain’s CEO, Tim Routsis and CFO Mark Palethorpe, as well as other key members of the team.

With an exciting 2017 in prospect, particularly as the CXO300 launch approaches, the team will be focussing its attentions on an intense year of marketing activities and finalising distributor networks.

Visit Cox Powertrain at the METS Show: Stand #401, Hall 11, Superyacht Pavilion.

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