Blaney Joins Mack Boring Marine Transmission Center

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Jim Blaney, formerly president of Aquadrive Systems, Inc., has joined Mack Boring & Parts Company of .  The announcement was made by Mack Boring Co-Presidents Ned and Steve McGovern.
He will become business development manager for Aquadrive products at Mack Boring's .  Blaney introduced Aquadrive products to the marine market more than 25 years ago.
Utilizing precision CV joints and thrust bearings, Aquadrive systems connect marine engines to any type of drive on most vessels. They reduce vibration and noise while eliminating alignment problems.  Many leading builders have used Aquadrive products for years, including Hinckley, Pearson, Fleming, , Hood, Caliber, J Boats and Zodiac.

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