Mission: Fueled by our passion for the water and our customer's boating experience, we provide the most reliable and intuitive propulsion solutions and are committed to be the best partner for our stakeholders.
Mercury Marine® has been making world-class outboards and sterndrives for more than 75 years. We started back in 1939 in a small machine shop in Wisconsin, and we've grown into the largest builder of marine propulsion systems in the world. Number one on the water. And we didn't get there by sitting still.
Ours is a long history of firsts and foremosts. A history of constant improvements, as we've set and reset the standards for reliable, trouble-free performance; superior power and torque; low emission; and low fuel consumption. And nobody has given boaters more more ways to propel their specific boats, activities, and pursuits reliably, comfortably, and efficiently across the water.
Mercury Marine® is a large company with locations, employees, and dealers all around the world. But back in 1939, when Carl Kiekhaefer built the first Mercury outboard, we were pretty small. Carl was a dreamer and tinkerer. He loved the outdoors. He loved engineering. And he loved to go fast. He was a great role model, too. Because all these years later, those same passions still apply. We love the outdoors. We love engineering. And we love to go fast. Save a place for us in the boat!
Mercury Marine Singapore Pte Ltd / Mercury Marine Asia
In 2000, Mercury Marine established a direct presence in Asia with its regional office located in Singapore. Mercury Marine Singapore serves as a central point of support for the different Mercury Marine business units across Asia across different functions such as logistics, service, communications, sales and planning.
Mercury Marine Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Mercury Marine Malaysia Sdn Bhd was established in 1997. Located in Glenmarie Shah Alam, Mercury Marine Malaysia has full warehouse facilities to accommodate Mercury engines and parts demand in Asia region. With after-sales service and a dealer network of more than 30 dealers throughout Malaysia, Mercury Marine Malaysia caters for customers in various industries.
Mercury Marine China (BTS)
Mercury Marine China is registered as Brunswick Trading (Suzhou) Co., Ltd, and is located in Suzhou Industrial Park since 2010 with about 40 employees. Another important presence in China is Mercury Marine Plant #58, established in year 2003 with total land area of 60000㎡ and about 165 employees. Mercury Plant #58 focuses on the production of 40~60HP 4S outboard engines by advanced manufacturing technology from its parent company in the U.S., delivering high-quality products to Mercury Marine’s sales sites all over the world.
Our Vision: Delighting customers by providing the best engine and propulsion solutions for the world's most demanding environments.
Our Core Values:
Integrity - We will conduct ourselves at the highest level of ethical standards. We do what we say, and say what we do.
Customer Centricity - We listen to customers and provide them with superior products and services.
Sustainability - We promote the sustainable use of resources in both the development and manufacture of products, and in the communities and environments where our products are produced and used.
Product & Service Leadership - We provide innovative, high quality products and services that deliver reliable, easy to use solutions and drive passion for our brand.
Employee Engagement - We foster a culture that promotes excellent performance through; safety, continuous improvement, teamwork, inclusion, and growth.
Meet the Team: Patti Trapp, Quality Director
Meet the Team: Scott Brandsma, Propeller Inspector
Meet the Team: Dora Medina, Quality Inspector
I have been working at Mercury Marine full-time (More than a year)
*Great pay and benefits
*Great down to earth coworkers
Like many sales focused companies EOM you have a lot of pressure.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Mercury Marine (Madison, WI) in September 2015.
Applied in career fair and got an interview right away. The man at career fair giving me the interview was the one who interviewed me on the next day. He had a sheet a paper and recorded my answers to be sent to hiring manager. He was a mechanical engineer and kind of knew my stuff. He does not ask many technical questions, but he does expect you to be able to explain technical terms shown on your resume.