Marine Jet Power signs deal with Simplex

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Marine Jet Power Inc. said today that it has partnered with Simplex Americas LLC to provide sales and service in the Pacific Northwest.

The master sales and service agreement names Simplex as an authorized retailer and service provider for MJP’s water jets covering the U.S. coastal regions of Washington and Oregon.

“Simplex Americas is a well known industry leader in the marine propulsion service niche,” MJP president Douglas Natoce said in a statement. “With their vast range of knowledge, dedication to quality service and skilled staff, Simplex Americas will be a great addition to the MJP sales and service network as we continue to expand in the North American market.”

MJP’s U.S. office is in Columbus, Ohio, and the company makes waterjet propulsion systems for government patrol craft, service vessels for wind farms and the oil industry, and passenger vessels and pleasure yachts. MJP is owned by Verdane Capital.



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