Propspeed Partners with CMP Group for international distribution

Propspeed has partnered with CMP Group Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, Propspeed will be distributed by CMP Europe in Italy and Jia Da Specialty Metals, a division of CMP Group, in China.

“The CMP Group is an ideal fit to distribute our products in these markets,” says Chris Baird, CEO, Propspeed. “Both of our companies have people who are deeply passionate about our products and the industry. We are also both committed to long-term relationships and working together to provide the very best solutions to our customers.”

“Propspeed’s products fit in perfectly with our market-leading offerings like our Martyr anodes,” says Don Hambly, CEO, CMP Group. “Propspeed and the Martyr anodes work great together to protect vessels from corrosion. We are confident that together we will provide our customers with the best solutions to fulfil their needs.”

Propspeed has been protecting underwater assets for over 21 years. Originally developed to solve the issue of fouling on propellers, Propspeed says its biggest benefit that is unique is its superior corrosion prevention when paired with the correct type of sacrificial anodes. The company says it works by electrically isolating the metal and limiting the exchanges between the ions and the gases contained in the water and the metal. By isolating the metal substrate, Propspeed reduces the wetted metal surface area on a vessel. This means that the anodes will be able to work with Propspeed to protect the vessel from corrosion with maximum efficiency.

CMP Group Ltd. provides marine products for the recreational and commercial boating industries.

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