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2017 Maktec awarded authorised dealership for Exol.

 

“Maktec Marine has achieved “Authorised Distributor Status” for the supply of Exol Lubricants worldwide.

 

The Exol Group is the largest independent lubricant supplier in the United Kingdom and the decision made by the directors to offer you full authorised status was made on several key factors.

Your companies’ vast experience of supplying marine services, the excellent perception of Maktec in the market place and your willingness to offer your customers a combination of the correct product, at the right price, coupled with the best service you can offer. These are attributes we believe in”.

 

This in an exciting venture which fully supports and compliments our core services and we will be offering to our customers with immediate effect.

 

2017 British global challenge on hybrid fuel.

 

Quote from Alan:

 

"Team Britannia’s skipper Alan Priddy commented: “The whole crew want to say a huge thank you to Mark and his team at Maktec Marine for these awesome lifejackets. While many people associated with sailing and the maritime world will know Maktec because of their work with diesel engines, whether servicing, repairing or just providing good old fashioned advice, there is a lot more to this local company. “It was inspired to use the Union Flag as the base of their design for the lifejackets as it fits perfectly with our goal of showcasing the best of the British marine sector. Team Britannia will show why from manufacturing to communications and navigation equipment, our country is still the best place in the world to design, build and sail boats. But this success doesn’t come easily it is thanks to the handwork of companies like Maktec."

 

Team Britannia

 

Team Britannia is a multi-million British bid to design and build the fastest and most fuel efficient semi-wave slicing powerboat to circumnavigate the globe for the much coveted UIM world record currently held by the New Zealander Pete Bethune at 60 days 23 hours 49 minutes. The World Record Authorities (UIM) dictate that for recognised circumnavigation the craft has to pass through the Suez and Panama Canals, cross the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator and that the journey must start and finish in the same place.

 

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