Archive of: Marine Propulsion Articles

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Extended Cat Power Ratings

Extended Cat Power Ratings

Caterpillar Marine has unveiled new power ratings for its C175 propulsion engine for commercial vessels.

September 2014
Providing Rugged Marine Power

Providing Rugged Marine Power

Caterpillar Marine MaK 8 M 25 C propulsion engines have been selected by Transnet National Ports Authority to power eight identical 63.5 tonnes bollard-pull tugs.

September 2014

Caterpillar Marine Unveils Engine Platform

Caterpillar Marine has launched its Mak M 25 E engine platform for offshore supply vessels.

September 2014
Wärtsilä Signs Maintenance Agreement

Wärtsilä Signs Maintenance Agreement

Wärtsilä has signed a long-term technical management agreement with Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC (Harvey Gulf).

August 2014
Powering Maritime Police Vessel

Powering Maritime Police Vessel

The Thomas Paine, the 15.24 m aluminum patrol boat that joined the Massachusetts, U.S.A., Environmental Police fleet in July, is the first commercial vessel in North America to be powered by Volvo Penta IPS propulsion.

August 2014
Record Marine Contract For Voith

Record Marine Contract For Voith

South Africa’s Transnet National Ports Authority has ordered nine Voith Water Tractors (VWT) for use in several ports across the country.

August 2014
MTU Engines To Propel Double-Ended Ferries

MTU Engines To Propel Double-Ended Ferries

Rolls-Royce Power Systems has won an order for six MTU diesel engines that will be used to propel three double-ended ferries in Turkey.

July 2014

Four Down, Two To Go

MTU has been selected by Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A.-based Southern Towing Co. to power six inland waterway towboats.

July 2014
New Ships For Brazilian Waters

New Ships For Brazilian Waters

Wärtsilä has received an order to deliver generating sets for two new well intervention vessels for Siem Offshore A/S from Norway.

June 2014
Doosan Delivers First ME-GI Engine

Doosan Delivers First ME-GI Engine

Doosan Engine said it has confirmed delivery of the world’s first dual-fuel, low-speed ME-GI engine to the American National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. (NASSCO) shipyard in San Diego, California, U.S.A.

June 2014
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