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Outboard motors MAGNUS are manufactured by the European company Power Tec Outboards Co., LTD (Holland), the production is located in China. The company maintains high quality standards, which are confirmed by ISO and CE certificates. To date, a wide range of 2-stroke outboard engines is being produced. In 2013, a line of 4-stroke engines was developed and launched into mass production. The company has a wide distribution network in more than 35 countries, including: Australia, Holland, Brazil, South Africa, Bahamas, Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Singapore, Malaysia, Ukraine, China, Indonesia. Each stage of the production process is carefully monitored by leading engineers of the company, from materials, mechanical and heat treatment, painting and assembly, through to testing. Due to this, the high quality and reliability of each manufactured product is ensured.

Each boat motor is covered with two layers of special primer and three layers of surface enamel for final fixing of the coating, which gives additional anti-corrosion properties to the motor housing. MAGNUS boat engines have been successfully tested in Europe, comply with EPA standards and have a European and American quality certificate. Motors have been certified for quality and compliance with GOST in Russia. The most popular MAGNUS engines have been acquired in the USA and Canada, North America, where the total number of sellers of this brand has more than 35 companies. The demands of the buyers of these countries are known all over the world and the fact that the MAGNUS outboard motors have become so common in the North American continent says something.

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