Yamaha makes outboard engines, personal watercraft, boats and accessories for the recreational marine industry.

Yamaha handing out awards for online course

Yamaha is offering prizes for sales professionals at authorized dealerships who pass the company’s new online Product Training Course. Those who achieve an overall passing score (80 and above) on Yamaha Marine University’s “Why Is Yamaha Your Best Investment” course, will be entered into a drawing to win one of 10 prizes, including a Yamaha…more

Yamaha launches online training program

Yamaha Marine University launched a new online sales training module for dealers that focuses on the importance of good communication, as well as strategies and tactics for increasing sales. “No Bad Sales,” is the second in a series of online training modules available to Yamaha marine dealers under the “Education” tab in the Yamaha Marine…more

Yamaha Marine unveils purchasing promotion

Yamaha Marine Group announced its “Why Wait? Buy Now” sales promotion. “We want to help our customers take advantage of the last few weeks of warm weather,” said Dale Barnes, Yamaha Marine Group division marketing manager. “A new Yamaha outboard with the Y.E.S. extended warranty adds value they are sure to appreciate.” The promotion provides…more

Yamaha holding dealer symposium

Yamaha Marine University announced the dates and locations for its 2008 three-day Symposium 2008: Competitive Advantages. This year’s YMU symposium will take place Nov. 11-13 in Orlando, Fla., and Dec. 9-11 in Las Vegas. Yamaha dealers can enroll through YMU online by going through the Yamaha Marine Business System. “Now, more than ever, it is…more

Yamaha expands logistics plant in Georgia

Yamaha Motor Corp. broke ground on a 220,000-square-foot expansion of its logistics plant in Kennesaw, Ga., as part of a plan to increase both the capacity and efficiency of its operations there. “Our No. 1 priority is achieving the highest customer satisfaction in the industry,” said Phil Dyskow, Yamaha Marine Group president, in a statement.…more

Yamaha signs supplier deal with Robalo

Yamaha Marine Group of Kennesaw, Ga., signed an agreement to become the exclusive supplier of outboard power to Robalo Boats, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Marine Products Corp. In addition, Yamaha will provide technical support designed to advance the boat company’s future growth. “We are proud to be associated with a company that engineers quality,” said…more

Yamaha buys Precision Propeller, will retain workers

Yamaha Motor Corp. USA purchased the assets of Indianapolis-based Precision Propeller. Yamaha plans to retain the company’s workers while making capital investments in the plant and its processes for the production of marine propellers. The new company will now be known as Precision Propeller Industries. “Until today, we have been a customer of Precision Propeller,” said…more


New to the Pipeline

New to the Pipeline  SodaBlast unveils news unit; A new storm surge anchor system from Taylor Made Products; Innovative Lighting announces new 257 series Slimeline 2 LED; and a new line of anodes from Performance Metals for Yamaha engines.   SodaBlast Systems unveiled a mobile unit that makes it convenient to provide eco-friendly boat hull…more

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