BRP has opened its new technician training facility in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. The new institute, which BRP describes as “state of the art”, will train dealers and their employees to maintain and repair all BRP vehicles, engines and accessories.
Alain Villemure, vice president and general manager of BRP’s Marine Propulsion Systems division, and Martin Soucy, vice president of its global aftersales function, participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of employees, media and the general public.
“We continue to implement a series of initiatives that allow BRP to remain a reference in the powersports industry worldwide,” said Soucy, noting that BRP products are sold by more than 4,200 dealers in over 100 countries. “This training institute, one of five that cover regions across five continents, is a focused investment to better equip our US network to deliver an excellent customer service.”