Safety Boots & Diesel Engineering Go Together

Press Release
Thursday, January 03, 2013

Trans Marine Propulsion Systems (TMPS) secures the marine market US distributorship for Brynje safety footwear.

TMPS is known worldwide for its diesel engine service and engineering capabilities

Brynje has been building shoes since 1885.  The company's history in footwear started with ski boots, which eventually evolved to military boots in 1900s. Since 1974, Brynje has focused on developing the latest in safety footwear. The company has helped to set the standards for what safety footwear should be, while also making it far more user-friendly and attractive-looking. In 2012, Brynje was bought by Danish company SIKA Footwear and is now headquartered in Herning, Denmark, though it continues as an independent brand running parallel with SIKA's other products.

"TMPS values that Brynje traces raw materials carefully to make sure of quality from start to finish. They obtain their leather from Italy and Brazil, while textiles usually come from Spain.  This kind of commitment to quality is very much like TMPS' commitment to excellence in its diesel engine service to vessel owners and operators. Finding the right combination of service, spare parts and products for our customers is our goal," said TMPS President Shane Roeser . "We are excited about the new arrangement."

TMPS has locations in Seattle, Washington and Tampa, Florida and can service most makes and types of diesel engines, including medium-speed and slow-speed engines for the marine industry and for diesel power plants.

 

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