Cox Marine expands distributor network

Cox Marine, the British manufacturer of the CXO300 outboard, says it’s strengthening its distributor network with two significant announcements. Texas Diesel Outboard (TDO) has renewed its contract for the next five years, covering nine states in the United States. Meanwhile, Marine Service Asia (MSA) has joined as a new distributor for the Hong Kong territory, expanding Cox Marine’s presence in the Asian market.

A long-standing distributor for Cox Marine, TDO’s renewed agreement covers Alabama, Missouri, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Cox Marine says Marine Service Asia (MSA) will play a crucial role in expanding its presence in the Asian market and will ensure that customers in Asia have access to Cox Marine’s cutting-edge propulsion solutions, contributing to the growth of sustainable boating in the region.

Gemma Crocker, network and commercial operations director at Cox Marine, expressed her enthusiasm about the strengthened distributor network. “These developments underscore our commitment to providing exceptional products and service to our customers worldwide. With the support of our trusted distributors, we are confident in our ability to deliver innovative and sustainable marine propulsion solutions.”

“The extended partnership between Cox Marine and Texas Diesel Outboard means that our customers across the southern states of America will continue to benefit from Cox Marine’s cutting-edge technologies and outstanding customer support,” says John Bowen, president of Texas Diesel Outboard. “With our strong foothold in the yachting, fishing, and workboat industries, our customers have unparalleled access to reliable, fuel-efficient, and high-performing outboard engines.”

Main image from left: Gavin Wesson CEO Cox Marine, and John Bowen president Texas Diesel Outboard.

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