USMI, Brunswick Enter into MOU

October 30, 2019

United States Marine, Inc. (USMI) and Brunswick Commercial and Government Products (BCGP) are pleased to announce they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to explore potential business opportunities.

USMI and BCGP have a history of providing our warfighters with mission proven vessels to help ensure our troops come home safely.
 
“We have always admired Brunswick craft.  This is an opportunity for both of us to work together to explore our core strengths and synergies to determine how we can provide unique craft to the military market with our combined expertise.  Both company’s strong ethical foundations and passion for unmatched performance have resulted in high customer satisfaction.  This is an exciting opportunity for us,” said Barry Dreyfus, Jr., USMI CEO.  

“Brunswick and USMI working together creates a great opportunity for our many customers. The alignment in Quality, Customer Focus, and Integrity of our organization’s core values will allow us to explore new and exciting ways to give our warfighters the advantage,” said Erik Bon Fleur, BCGP General Manager.

USMI is a premier builder of high performance, special mission capable boats for military and other agency use.  USMI’s core values of Family, Integrity and Quality enable it to provide customers a total service commitment by delivering the most capable, rugged boats and unprecedented support after delivery.

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products (BCGP) is a division of Brunswick Corporation, a world-class leader in the marine industry. Located in Edgewater, FL, it's a turn-key provider for all commercial and government boat needs focusing is on Boston Whaler vessels for the rigors of high-stress, high-speed and dangerous applications that no recreational boat could withstand

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