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Wärtsilä Has Seen This Before

Wärtsilä has signed a repeat order with the Cosco (Qidong) Offshore Co.Ltd shipyard. The order covers another DP3 dynamically positioned offshore accommodation rig, which is being built for Singapore-based Axis Offshore.

February 2014
Factory Test Passed

Factory Test Passed

Wärtsilä’s first ever X72 mid-bore, low-speed engine has successfully passed the factory acceptance test.

January 2014
LNG-Powered ConRo Ships

LNG-Powered ConRo Ships

Crowley Maritime Corp. has placed an order for two ConRo ships, each to be powered by a MAN B&W 8S70ME-GI8.2 main engine and three MAN 9L28/32DF auxiliary engines.

January 2014
MAN To Power Norwegian LNGCs

MAN To Power Norwegian LNGCs

Norwegian shipping company Knutsen OAS Shipping has placed an order for four MAN Diesel & Turbo 7G70ME-GI engines to power (two engines per vessel) two new 176 300 m3 capacity LNG carriers.

December 2013
First Order For GE Marine Engine

First Order For GE Marine Engine

GE Transportation announced the first sale of its 12V250 marine diesel engine to Oceaneering, a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products.

December 2013
Complete LNG Propulsion Package

Complete LNG Propulsion Package

Wärtsilä will provide a full propulsion package for a new passenger ferry being built for the Germany-based Reederei Cassen Eils GmbH.

December 2013

Cat Upgrades Mak M 25 C Engine Platform

Caterpillar Marine’s MaK M 25 C propulsion engine has new features and increased power ratings.

December 2013

Alfa Laval Nets Repeat Order

Alfa Laval received an order to supply Alfa Laval PureSOX exhaust gas cleaning systems to Dutch ship owner Spliethoff.

December 2013
Specialized Fishing Vessel Power

Specialized Fishing Vessel Power

Norwegian shipping company, Nyholmen AS, has chosen MAN main and auxiliary four-stroke engines to power the Kvannøy, a 77.25 m purse seiner/trawler.

December 2013
Marine Sales Portfolio Increased

Marine Sales Portfolio Increased

Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD), part of Progress Rail Services Corp. (Progress Rail), has announced that MaK Asia will be adding the EMD Series 710 medium-speed, two-cycle engine to their marine sales portfolio.

December 2013
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