FPT Industrial North America signs new distribution partner for Atlantic Provinces of Canada

FPT Industrial North America

Oct 26, 2021

On October 11, 2021, FPT Industrial announced a new strategic partnership that allows Madsen Power Systems, a leading distributor of marine engines, to represent FPT Industrial in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada including parts of Quebec.

“FPT Industrial is pleased to welcome Madsen Power Systems to our marine distribution network in North America,” said Braden Cammauf, Head of Commercial Operations for FPT Industrial North America. “Madsen Power Systems has a long history with FPT Industrial. Their commitment to the customer, and to providing high quality service and support makes them an excellent choice to represent FPT Industrial as a distribution partner.”

Based out of Newfoundland, with locations in Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia, Madsen Power Systems traces its roots back to 1963 when E. W. Madsen started a small fuel injection shop in St John’s, NL. Madsen’s focus on quality workmanship and customer satisfaction earned the company a reputation as a leading expert in specialized components for marine and industrial engines. The Power Systems division was created in 2003 to provide customers with the whole system, extending beyond specialized components to whole propulsion engines and power generation products.

“Madsen Power Systems has partnered with FPT Industrial and its engine offerings since our beginning. We are very excited about the opportunity to grow that relationship at the distributor level”, said Cameron Spracklin-Reid, General Manager at Madsen Power Systems.

FPT Industrial’s lineup stands out because of benefits such as compactness, wide range of options for flexibility, reduced fuel consumption and long maintenance intervals for reduced
costs, and high performance guaranteed in all conditions. The Brand’s portfolio comprises power generation engines for both unregulated and regulated markets. For North America, FPT Industrial’s Tier 4 Final engines are focused on the latest and most strict emissions regulation, FPT Industrial’s Tier 4 Final engines are equipped with the renowned and patented HI-eSCR after-treatment system. Besides ensuring compliance with the emissions standards, this technology is the result of the Brand’s experience of more than 25 years in SCR solutions development – FPT has already sold more than one million SCR units worldwide.

FPT Industrial is a brand of CNH Industrial, dedicated to the design, production and sale of powertrains for on and off-road vehicles, marine and power generation applications. The company employs more than 8,000 people worldwide, in ten manufacturing plants and seven R&D Centers. The FPT Industrial sales network consists of 73 dealers and over 800 service centers in almost 100 countries. A wide product offering, including six engine ranges from 42 hp up to 1,006 hp, transmissions with maximum torque of 200 Nm up to 500 Nm, front and rear axles from 2 to 32 ton GAW (Gross Axle Weight). FPT Industrial offers the most complete Natural Gas engines line-up on the market for industrial applications, including engine ranges from 136 hp up to 460 hp. This extensive offer and a close focus on R&D activities make FPT Industrial a world leader in industrial powertrains. For further information, visit www.fptindustrial.com.

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