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CCNR Certification for GE

Posted on December 3, 2004

GE Transportation’s marine business announced it has received certification from the Central Commission for Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR) for its family of eight- and 12-cylinder medium-speed diesel engines. With this certification, these engines are now designated to operate on the Rhine in five European countries – the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France and Switzerland.

GE continues its commitment to growing its diesel engine business by securing three key environmental certifications - CCNR, MARPOL, and EPA Tier I/II – allowing its engines to operate on inland waterways throughout the world. CCNR certification is pending on GE’s 16-cylinder marine diesel engine, according to the company.

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