With sights set on the recreational marine market, OXE Marine is releasing their newest campaign, “Something for Everyone”, further deepening their presence as a disruptive force on the marine scene.

OXE Marine is engineering the future – a future that belongs to everyone. The company likes to call what they do “transition-tech”. They take the best technology and make it available for all on the journey toward what’s beyond the horizon. As all OXE Diesels can be fueled with biofuels, reducing net CO2 emissions by up to 94%, they are already one of the most sustainable options available for demanding users. 

Transition tech means that you, today, don’t have to choose between saving fuel or covering long distances. You don’t have to choose between speed or load capability, or between ease of life or being eco-conscious,” says Anders Berg, OXE Marine CEO. “And with OXE Diesel, you don’t have to choose. No matter where you are in the world, our outboards provide you with reliability, power and control.” 


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