The company has appointed Interstate Power Systems as a strategic commercial marine partner for Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and upper Michigan. The company was founded in 1957 and currently has four primary divisions providing products and services at more than 20 locations across the upper Midwest.
Volvo Penta is also expanding and realigning the territories of existing commercial marine Power Centers to improve efficiency and customer service. Western Branch Diesel is assuming responsibility for North Carolina, and Florida Detroit Diesel Allison is expanding its territory to include Mississippi and Alabama.
“Our Power Centers and distribution partners are our front-line troops when it comes to building and sustaining customer satisfaction,” said Dave Brown, director of commercial marine sales for Volvo Penta of the Americas. “These measures will greatly strengthen our presence in key regions, including the upper Mississippi River, Great Lakes, Gulf Coast and Mid-Atlantic. At the same time, we are beefing up our internal staffing and processes to support our external sales and service partners.”
About Volvo Penta
Volvo Penta, with 3,500 dealers in more than 130 countries, is a global manufacturer of engines for leisure boats and commercial vessels, as well as industrial applications. The propulsion program includes diesel and gasoline engines with power outputs between 10 and 900 horsepower. Volvo Penta is part of the Volvo Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy trucks, buses and construction equipment.
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Volvo Penta of the Americas
Phone: +1 (757) 382 4084