VALCOURT, QUÉBEC, CANADA
Valcourt is our home, where it all started. Today, it plays a strategic role in BRP activities worldwide. Valcourt has become the Centre of expertise for design, research, development, marketing and manufacturing of Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo and Can-Am products, where we can find the Laurent Beaudoin Design and Innovation Center, the Product Development Center, our factory of Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Can-Am Spyder 3-wheel vehicles and our global headquarters.
Valcourt, Québec is home to a number of
critical facilities within BRP's global
- Corporate headquarters
- Ski-Doo snowmobile and Can-Am roadster
- The Laurent Beaudoin
Design & Innovation Centre
- BRP's Product Development Centre
Our Rotax engines are at the heart of our legendary products such as Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am off-road vehicles, Can-Am Spyder 3-wheel vehicles, karts and light and ultra light aircrafts. Our knowledge and expertise bring all of our vehicles to new heights of performance.
Gunskirchen manufacturing facility produces
engines for all of BRP's products, with the
exception of Evinrude outboard engines.
OUR MEXICAN FACILITIES
Our Mexican footprint has grown over the years. We now have two plants in Juárez where we manufacture our Can-Am off-road vehicles. In Querétaro, we assemble our Sea-Doo watercraft and the Rotax engines for our Can-Am off-road vehicles. .
2001: Juárez 1
2016: Juárez 2
BRP's Can-Am all-terrain vehicles and the
Rotax engines that power them are
manufactured at this facility.
ROVANIEMI, LAPLAND, FINLAND
In 1988, we added a new brand to our snowmobile family - Lynx. In our Rovaniemi plant, we assemble the Lynx snowmobiles, vehicles specifically designed for Scandinavian winter conditions. Strong and robust, this lineup allows us to better serve our customers in the Northern markets. Our Finland facilities also develop and assemble 6-wheel Can-Am ATVs
SPRUCE PINE, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S.A.
Our Spruce Pine plant plays a key role in engine production. Our foundry also produces parts for the Rotax engines used in all BRP's powersports vehicles.
The Spruce Pine facility manufactures
components for BRP's Evinrude E-TEC
STURTEVANT, WISCONSIN, U.S.A.
Sturtevant is the global headquarters for the BRP Marine Group. This state-of-the-art campus employs more than 600 employees in product development, product commercialization, and support functions.
St-Peter, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Based in St. Peter, Minnesota, Alumacraft is the premier private manufacturer of aluminum fishing boats in North America. With this acquisition, BRP created its Marine Group and solidified its place in the marine market.
Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.
With the acquisition of Triton Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of boats in North America and the company behind the Manitou pontoon brand, BRP entered the fastest growing market segment in the boating industry, thereby strengthening its marine portfolio.
Coomera, Queensland, Australia
BRP’s third Marine Group addition, Telwater is the largest boat manufacturer in the southern hemisphere. Its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, occupying 8.6 hectares, researches, develops and produces the highest quality aluminum boats and trailers.