Bombardier Recreational Products announces it has secured agreements with over 90* United Marine Manufacturers Association (UMMA) affiliated and independent boat manufacturers to supply Evinrude® and Johnson® outboard engines as power for their boat lines.
"We are pleased to have our Evinrude and Johnson engines offered as standard equipment on boats built by companies that are leaders in the markets they serve. These agreements recognize the quality of Bombardier's products and the technological advantages they offer," said Ben Lafortune, Vice President, Sales and Communications, Boats and Outboard Engines Division. "Providing engines to power top-quality boats enables Bombardier to reach a wide range of boaters who demand an outboard engine that delivers the durability, quality and reliability they expect."
The independent manufacturers include:
The UMMA affiliated companies include:
Bombardier Recreational Products designs, develops, builds, distributes and markets utility vehicles, Rotax® engines, Ski-Doo® and Lynx® snowmobiles, Bombardier™ ATVs, Sea-Doo® watercraft and sport boats as well as Evinrude® and Johnson® outboard marine engines and Ficht® direct fuel injection technology.
Bombardier Inc., a diversified manufacturing and services company, is a world leading manufacturer of business jets, regional aircraft, rail transportation equipment and motorized recreational products. It also provides financial services and asset management in business areas aligned with its core expertise. Headquartered in Montréal, Canada, the Corporation has a workforce of some 80,000 people in 24 countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Its revenues for the fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 2002 stood at $21.6 billion Cdn. Bombardier trades on the Toronto, Brussels and Frankfurt stock exchanges (BBD, BOM and BBDd.F).
* Engine Manufacturers with signed agreements as of January 17, 2003.
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Senior Coordinator, Public Relations
Boats and Outboard Engines