MJP Waterjets Names Twin Disc As Rep

Friday, April 21, 2006
In order to strengthen the sales in North and South America as well as Israel, a sales and service agreement has been signed with Twin Disc. The marine branch of Twin Disc manufactures and sells marine transmissions, surface drives, controls and propellers. The co-operation with Twin Disc is a valuable platform for the increasing growth of MJP Waterjets. MJP provide Water Jet propulsion equipment on a world market. The heavy duty high performing product is established as one of the main suppliers for Commercial, Yacht, Coast Guard and Navy applications. Marine Jet Power is part of the Swedish industrial group Österbybruk Industrier including Österby Gjuteri and Alcopropeller. Österby Gjuteri is a well-known foundry company specialized in castings for marine applications. Alcopropeller has eighty years of experience in the manufacture of propeller blades.
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