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Seatorque Taps Halyard as Distributor

The Seatorque BOSS Bolt-On Shaft System (Image: Seatorque)

UK headquartered exhaust systems designer and developer Halyard has been selected by US based inboard driveline technology engineering and manufacturing company Seatorque Control Systems as its exclusive distributor for the European and Scandinavian markets.

Seatorque is a developer of propulsion systems including its acclaimed BOSS Bolt-On Shaft System. This unique enclosed system is an oil-filled, self-contained shaft and thrust bearing assembly that reduces friction, underbody drag, engine vibration, noise and mechanical losses while it increases power for propulsion.

"We are thrilled to join forces with Halyard and eagerly look forward to working with them in the future" said Seatorque Executive Vice President, Jana Stolper. "Their ability to offer exceptionally designed engineering solutions and superb customer service made Halyard a natural partner for us as we expand our customer base throughout Europe."

David Johnson, Sales Director at Halyard commented, "Seatorque produces an exceptional range of propulsion systems that perfectly align with our Halyard family of products. Halyard's tagline is 'The Science of Silence'. Adding Seatorque to our product mix means we can emphasize this focus and advance it further with improved performance through reduced vibration and a more efficient use of thrust from the engines and propellers."

May 13, 2019

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