Mercury Marine launched a new global website on Tuesday to enhance the consumer experience and provide a single online point of reference for the company’s partners and consumers worldwide.
Mercury Marine is a division of Illinois-based Brunswick Corp. that makes outboard, sterndrive, inboard and jet-drive engines for boats.
A new video produced by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce honors Mercury Marine as the state’s 2013 Manufacturer of the Year Award winner.
John Temple, general manager of Mercury Marine’s Australia, New Zealand and Pacific region business, will retire at the end of this year after 35 years with the company.
Scout Boats and Mercury Marine teamed up to celebrate Scout’s 25th year of building sportfishing boats and Mercury’s 75th year of providing the industry’s leading recreational and commercial marine propulsion systems.
Mercury Marine is partnering with Westrec Marinas and Chicago Harbors as the title sponsor of Aquapalooza 2014 on Aug. 9 at the 31st Street Harbor in Chicago.
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — I was standing in the sound lab at Plant 12 of the Product Development and Engineering testing center at Mercury Marine’s manufacturing headquarters.
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Mercury Marine has further buttressed its second generation of mid-range outboard offerings with three new engines — 75-, 90- and 115-hp 4-strokes — and unveiled its first in-house-built sterndrive engine, a 4.5-liter 250-hp MerCruiser.
Wisconsin Workforce Development Secretary Reggie Newson presented Mercury Marine with a proclamation signed by Gov. Scott Walker declaring Monday Mercury Marine Day in the state.
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — At center of the room, the lower end of a new 115 Mercury 4-stroke passed through an opening in the floor into 4 feet of water. I was standing in the sound lab at Plant 12 (the Product Development and Engineering testing center) at Mercury Marine’s Fond du Lac manufacturing headquarters…more
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Chainsaws, motorized bicycles, lawnmowers, snowmobiles and Corvette engines. What do these machines have in common? Carl Kiekhaefer’s Mercury Marine manufactured them.