MPS Canada


June 6, 2016

BRP US Inc (BRP) and Marine Parts Supply of Canada (MPS) are pleased to announce that BRP has appointed Marine Parts Supply of Canada the sole distributor of BRP’s “OMC Systematched” product line within Canada. OMC Systematched products are items that are the OEM replacement part and maintenance item for legacy Johnson and Evinrude outboards as well as OMC sterndrive engines.

Marine Parts Supply of Canada is a division of Anchorage Holdings Company Ltd which was formed in 1959 and supplies marine engines and engine replacement parts to customers throughout Canada. MPS is headquartered in Nanaimo BC and provides next day delivery service to most of Canada. MPS specializes in marine engines as well as replacement parts and currently has a base of around 450 dealers.

MPS also distribute such key products as Quicksilver products from Mercury Marine, Mercruiser engines and parts, Hyundai SeaSall diesel engines, Westerbeke and Universal propulsion engines and generators, Hino diesel engine parts, Johnson Pump, Sherwood Pump, Scepter Products, Michigan Wheel, SeaStar Marine, Sierra Products, Barr Marine, plus many other engine related product lines

BRP is a world leader in the design, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of motorized recreational vehicles and powersports engines including Evinrude and Johnson outboard engines.The company is headquartered in Valcourt, Québec, BRP owns manufacturing facilities in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Finland, and Austria, and has a total workforce of more than 7,900 people.BRP products are distributed in over 100 countries by more than 4,200 dealers and distributors.


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