Suzuki Marine and Marine Rescue NSW extend life-saving partnership
Posted on 30th November 2018
Suzuki Marine and Marine Rescue New South Wales (MRNSW) have cemented their commitment to keep the NSW Waterways safe as the two organisations signed a four-year extension of their partnership today.
The renewed supply agreement to 2022 will see Suzuki Marine become the power of choice across MRNSW’s entire outboard-powered fleet and the two organisations will undertake further joint-community work to promote water safety across the state.
Suzuki Marine’s John Haines joined MRNSW Commissioner Stacey Tannos for the official signing ceremony held at MRNSW State Headquarters at Hungry Point, Cronulla, NSW.
“We are delighted to announce that we will be extending our ongoing partnership with Marine Rescue NSW for four more years; we have and will continue to go to great lengths to make boating better for all Australians,” John Haines said.
“Marine Rescue New South Wales offers an invaluable lifesaving service and Suzuki Marine is very proud to be a part of their ongoing success,” said John.
Commissioner Tannos said Marine Rescue NSW was pleased to extend the commercial and strategic alliance with the organisation’s trusted partners.
“Suzuki Marine is the outboard of choice for Marine Rescue NSW,” he said.
“Our volunteers saving lives on the water require reliable, fuel efficient engines, designed and built for diverse and challenging marine environments.
“Suzuki Marine has a well-earned reputation for top class products and service. This new agreement ensures we can continue to power our fleet with the highest standard of outboard motors, with competitive pricing and reliable servicing.”
The Suzuki Marine and MRNSW partnership first began in 2012 and was renewed for a further three years in 2015.
Next month will see the first delivery of new fleet vessels under the renewed agreement which includes two Naiad rescue boats fitted with twin Suzuki DF150APs and a Sailfish catamaran with twin Suzuki DF200APs.
Suzuki is known for their reliability, quality and having a very low cost of ownership and MRNSW have experienced this first hand through this long-term relationship.
,Marine Rescue NSW Commissioner Stacey Tannos (left) and Suzuki Marine CEO John Haines (right) at MRNSW State Headquarters at Hungry Point, Cronulla, NSW yesterday to announce the four-year partnership extension between the two organisations.