Győr, 3 June 2022. – The Marine business unit of the Magyar Suzuki has entered into a partnership with the Duna Hajók of Győr. As a result of the cooperation, the self-developed Duna 6.1 Cabin compact ship model, which was also recognized at the Hungarian Design Award, will be available in the future not only in an electric version, but also in a petrol version equipped with a Suzuki outboard engine. The joint showroom of the two companies opened on Ikrényi út in Győr. The new dealership and service will fill the gaps in the county seat.
25 May 2022, Esztergom – Until the end of September, a special photo installation will be on display in Erzsébet Park in Esztergom, with which Magyar Suzuki draws attention to the preservation of the purity of our waters. The 12 photos of the public space artwork – evoking the photographic history of the picture taking methods – are illuminated by the light of the sun. Thus, the installation is conveying the unparalleled beauty of nature along the river Danube through creating contrasting atmosphere at different times of the day and besides varying weather conditions.
On April 22, 2022, on Earth Day, Marine Division of Magyar Suzuki Corporation organized a garbage collection campaign in Esztergom and other programs related to environmental protection. In connection with the international project Clean Up the World, the company cleaned the popular resting area on the northeaster shore of Lake Palatinus in Esztergom from a total of 1 container of waste.
Suzuki Motor Corporation announced the launch of a new mobile app to support the marine experience of our customers, the Suzuki Diagnostic System Mobile Plus (SDSM+), at the Miami International Boat Show, being held in Miami Florida, USA, from 16 to 20 February 2022. The app for AndroidTM*1 devices has been released in January, and the iOS*2 version will also be released accordingly.
Esztergom, 2 February 2022 – Suzuki is expanding its marine engine portfolio with a new outboard range. In line with the green objectives of Suzuki Group, the marine business unit also renewed the packaging of 376 products based on environmentally conscious considerations. As a result, they used 4039 kilograms less plastic in one year. The division wants to increase this number to 10,000 kilograms of total plastic savings in 2022.
Changes in our environment are drawing the attention of all of us more and more urgently to take better care of our home, the Earth. In addition to the production of safe models, Magyar Suzuki also places great emphasis on protecting the environment. The company cleaned the Esztergom cycle path near the Danube, the Prímás Island and the forested areas of Esztergom-Pilisszentlélek, frequently visited by tourists, from three containers of waste as part of an own and an international project.
The marine division of Magyar Suzuki Corporation joined the Suzuki Group's 11-year-old Clean Up the World campaign aiming for the purity of waters. With the support of Magyar Suzuki Corporation, the I Did it for You, Danube Civil Organization and the 8th grade students of the Temesvári Pelbárt Franciscan Grammar School and College cleaned the Danube reach of the Esztergom cycle path from waste.
Suzuki Motor Corporation announced the launch of new Suzuki Precision Control, a renewed electronic throttle and shift system, and the new Keyless Start System, which starts the engines with one push of a button, at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021. Suzuki also announced a software update of the color LCD Suzuki Multi-function Gauge. The festival is held in Cannes, southeast France from 7 to 12 September 2021.
SUZUKI CLEAN OCEAN PROJECT that we set forth last year has 3 pillars. The two pillars of them are in the spotlight this time. One is Clean-Up the World Campaign and the other one is Micro-Plastic Collecting Device. Please find what we have been trying this year.
Suzuki Motor Corporation has developed the world’s first* Micro-Plastic Collecting Device which can be installed on outboard motors. Marine plastic waste has become a significant environmental issue in the recent years and a huge amount of such wastes that has not been gathered correctly flow into the ocean. They are then broken down into micro-plastic under the natural environment and their impact on the ecological system is also becoming a concern.