Neander expands its distributor network into Florida Gulf Coast, USA

German outboard manufacturer, Neander, has strengthened its sales and service network in the United States with the appointment of transmission experts, ADR Power Systems.  

Based in Southern Florida, ADR Power Systems has more than 50 years combined Twin Disc experience and specialises in marine engines, transmission, generators and control systems, with full rebuild capabilities and electronic support.  

As a distributer for Neander, ADR Power Systems services include sales of the world’s only 50hp Diesel Outboard, the Dtorque 50, spare parts, warranty repairs and attentive aftersales services. Prime applications for the Neander outboard are in the commercial offshore, military, fishing, rescue and charter-marine sectors. It also perfectly serves tender boat requirements on large yachts storing diesel fuel.   

Rick Chapman, Director of Sales and Business Development, comments, “Neander is an impressive brand with an enviable history of quality engineering and providing premium solutions for marine professionals. The focus on innovation is great to see, as we know the brand is constantly looking to develop its proposition. The quality and performance are key selling points, and we are confident our customers will be thrilled to experience these motors for themselves.”  

Neander’s Global Sales Director, Joel Reid, comments: “Since taking over direct distribution, Neander continues to go from strength to strength, and the appointment of ADR Power Systems supports our impressive and growing global distribution network, with huge potential to expand in the US market. The commercial market for diesel outboard engines in particular demands a reliable partner for delivery, service and spare parts, and ADR’s longstanding global experience and strong position in the marine world completely fulfils those requirements, just as Neander fulfils the technical demands including powerful performance, reliability, operational safety, durability, and low fuel consumption.”  

For more information about Neander, please visit: www.neander-motors.com   

For more information about ADR Power Systems, please visit: https://adrpowersystems.com