The Mercury Marine employees’ military veterans network and the Fond du Lac (Wis.) Chapter of Fishing Has No Boundaries are sponsoring a free fishing trip June 27 for veterans who have disabilities or have been wounded in combat.
Mercury Marine is a division of Illinois-based Brunswick Corp. that makes outboard, sterndrive, inboard and jet-drive engines for boats.
Mercury Marine is making a 45,000-square-foot expansion to its electro-deposition paint system that the company said will double the processing capabilities at its Fond du Lac, Wis., facility.
Mercury Marine and Metal Shark Aluminum Boats teamed up to provide 16 diesel-powered Coast Guard boats, the first U.S. diesel partnership of its kind for the engine manufacturer.
Mercury Marine announced a summer sales event regarding engine purchases, as well as repower financing opportunities.
Mercury Marine signed Honduras-based dealer Intermotos to install commercial and recreational engines in the Central American country.
The Mercury Marine Product Knowledge App, designed by Jester Communications, won an award for “Excellence in the Mobile Apps for Business” category from The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts based in New York.
Mercury Marine posted its 2015 Sustainability Report, which details the company’s recent accomplishments and current goals in sustainability, as well as the actions taken to achieve those goals.
The Wisconsin Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Committee, an agency of the Department of Defense, presented Mercury Marine with two awards during the weekend.
Q&A with David Foulkes, vice president of product development, engineering and racing at Mercury Marine and Brunswick Corp. chief technology officer
It’s not every day you hear Brunswick CEO Dustan E. McCoy calling one of his engineering execs a “near genius.” So when we heard him refer to David Foulkes, vice president of Mercury Marine product development, engineering and racing, as such we decided we should call him to chat about some of the engine company’s…more
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