For the third year in a row, PUNCH Group will take part in the Genoa Boat Show. This time the company will bring on stage some examples of its collaborations related to the marine propulsion world.
In fact, PUNCH Group has always worked with its clients and partners to find the right offerings for their needs through customized solutions ranging from traditional fuel engines to hydrogen powertrains and dedicated electronic control systems.
Massimo Giraud, Key Account Manager Marine Engines, says: “We are proud to present at our stand the BUKH V8P engineered by PUNCH for the renowned Danish company; thanks to the work spent on developing this remarkable performance Diesel engine, PUNCH has entered the marine propulsion world”.
Since 2020, PUNCH Torino has expanded its business in the powertrain sector by working with General Motors’ GM Marine division to add product and software development offerings. An example of the GM collaboration which will be on display is the DMEFI Controllers offering, a diesel control unit developed by GM and available for PUNCH marine customers with 6.6L Duramax engines.
PUNCH Hydrocells will bring to the display booth the Hydrogen Engine concept, based on the GM V-8 6.6L. This package, managed by a proprietary Controller, provides a solution for zero-emission carbon footprint that is lightweight and offers a quick refilling time.
Emanuele Patti, Sales & Marketing Director states: “The Genoa Boat show is regularly on our agenda: it’s a unique opportunity for PUNCH to showcase our capabilities in providing customized solutions for our clients, demonstrated through the products exhibited at the booth”.
Come and visit us at the Genoa Boat Show 2022, Power Village area – booth YB02.
On the booth:
BUKH V8P, a Marine V8 6.6L Common Rail Diesel Engine with a Power Range from 300HP to 530HP.
PUNCH Hydrocells H2 V8 6.6l, a Port Fuel Injection engine 100% Hydrogen with a Power up to 335HP.
GM Marine, a division of General Motors – https://poweredsolutions.gm.com/about-us/marine/ – has been working for more than 60 years supplying some of the most respected names in the marine industry. All GM engines undergo a painstaking development process according to the latest automotive technologies, ensuring that they meet the most stringent requirements of customers worldwide.
LYNX, an electric scooter designed and built in Italy. LYNX is the first of a range of micro-mobility products made by TO.TEM (Torino Technologies & Electric Mobility). Stable and agile, and furthermore equipped with an anti-collision alert, LYNX is the perfect “land-tender” whose aim is to move people for an easier life.