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TecnoRib deal brings Pirelli RIBs, jet tenders to Australia

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TecnoRib, the official licensee of Pirelli brand inflatable boats, has signed a partnership  agreement with Barbagallo Marine for distribution of its RIBs and jet tenders in Australia. 

The agreement follows similar partnerships recently set up in Europe (Spain, UK and Montenegro), Asia (Thailand) and Central America (Santo Domingo, Haiti and Puerto Rico). 

Barbagallo Marine is part of Barbagallo Group, a luxury car dealer established in 1967. Thirty years later, the company set up Barbagallo Marine, which represents Sunseeker in the Australian and New Zealand markets and, since 2019, Sanlorenzo yachts. 

Barbagallo Marine will handle the distribution of the entire TecnoRib range and an outboard version of the new Pirelli 1250, with a deck layout specially designed without aft sunbeds for the Australian market, according to a company statement. The new model will be available in outboard and inboard-outboard versions.

For more information, visit tecnorib.it.

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