Mercury Outboard Lower Units
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Mercury Outboard Lower Units
Mercury Marine, founded in 1939, is a division of Brunswick of Lake Forest, Illinois, in the United States. Mercury provides engines for private, commercial and government sales. Mercury also has its own line of racing engines tailored for power and speed. The company's primary business is outboard motors. Mercury Outboards, 30 Hp and less, are made by Tohatsu in Japan.[1] Mercury Marine builds 40, 50 and 60 horsepower outboard motors in Suzhou, China.[2] Mercury also manufactures engines over 75 horsepower in their Fond du Lac, Wisconsin hub in the USA.

The company began when engineer Carl Kiekhaefer purchased a small outboard motor company in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Kiekhaefer's original intention for the Kiekhaefer Corporation was to make magnetic separators for the dairy industry. The purchase included 300 defective outboard motors. Kiekhaefer and a small staff of employees rebuilt the motors and sold them to Montgomery Ward, a mail-order company. The motors were much improved, so the buyer purchased more. Kiekhaefer designed motors that withstood the elements better than his competition and called the motor Mercury after the Roman god.[3] Kiekhaefer took more than 16,000 orders at the 1940 New York Boat Show.

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Mercury Marine adding 45K-square-foot expansion
Mercury Marine is adding a 45,000-square-foot expansion to its global headquarters in Fond du Lac. The added room will house "state-of-the-art" electro-deposition paint (EDP) coding systems, which add anti-corrosive chemicals to marine engines and drive ... continued..
Mercury Marine Begins Latest Project
FOND DU LAC, WI (WHBL/KFIZ) - One of Fond du Lac County’s largest employers has begun its latest improvements. Ground was broken Wednesday for Mercury Marine’s new E-D-P coating facility. Coating is a necessity for marine engines and parts the company ... continued..
Mercury Marine Begins HQ Expansion
Mercury Marine will add a 45,000 square foot expansion to its electro-deposition paint (EDP) system that will double its current processing capabilities. The current project will be complete by January 2016 and the new system will be operational by Q4, 2016. continued..

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