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Hatz Unveils 3H50TIC Engine via Live Stream

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A double première was scheduled for Hatz on March 14, 2018: as part of the distributor conference at the Crowne Plaza O'Hare in Chicago, the North American branch, Hatz Diesel of America, celebrated the start of series production of the 3H50TIC engine, the first of four different 3H50 variants that is available now.

Royston Appointed as Niigata Representative in Nigeria

Niigata engine  (Photo: Royston)

Independent diesel engine service company Royston has been appointed service, sales and parts agent for Niigata diesel engines in Nigeria.   Royston has been a long-standing representative for Niigata in the UK and Ireland, providing maintenance, spares and service support to the medium speed engine manufacturer for over 20 years.

MTU Engines Certified IMO Tier III

IMO Tier III certification for MTU marine engines from Rolls-Royce (Photo: Rolls-Royce)

The latest generation of MTU’s Series 4000 engines equipped with the SCR system for ships has successfully completed the IMO Tier III certification tests.  Representatives of the ABS, BV, DNVGL, KR, NK, LR and RS certification bodies initially tested the 20-cylinder version, which was awarded approval

ABB to Equip AET's New Shuttle Tankers

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ABB said it has won an order from Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries to equip two new 125,000 DWT shuttle tankers contracted to the world's largest offshore operator Statoil ASA.   Ordered by petroleum and chemical tanker owner and operator AET and scheduled for delivery in 2019, the vessels

YANMAR Cruises Into Alaska with Power to Spare

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YANMAR only recently arrived in the Pacific Northwest with its mechanical 6AYAM-ET diesel engine. It looks like they are here to stay.   In November of last year, YANMAR America and its guests officially opened the YANMAR EVO//CENTER in Acworth, Ga. Situated on 50-plus acres of land in Cherokee County,

GE Gas Turbines to Power US Navy's DDG Destroyers

LM2500  (Photo: GE Marine Solutions)

GE’s Marine Solutions has announced that its LM2500 marine gas turbines have been selected to power the United States Navy’s new DDG 126 and 127 Arleigh Burke-class destroyers. These new destroyers are being built by General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine.   “Each of these sophisticated new

Seastreak Ferry Built with Delta 'T' Systems' Technology

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Seastreak's new Commodore-class high-speed catamaran ferry is launching with Delta "T" Systems/Dinak modular dry stack engine and generator exhausts, and related ventilation equipment. The 150' x 40' 600-passenger Incat-Crowther-designed vessel is being built by Gulf Craft of Franklin, Louisiana, and due to be delivered in April.

Cummins QSK95 Propulsion for Ferry Newbuild

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Azam Marine’s next newbuild, Kilimanjaro VII, will be the first passenger ferry powered by QSK95 propulsion engines from engine manufacturer Cummins.   Two QSK95 propulsion engines will provide main propulsion power to the new Incat Crowther designed fast catamaran, which will be built by Australian

Sanmar Orders 42 Rolls-Royce Thrusters

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 Rolls-Royce said it has secured an extensive supply order from long-time collaborator Sanmar Shipyards for propulsion and deck equipment for tugboats the Turkish shipyard is building for various customers.    The scope of supply includes 42 Rolls-Royce US 205/255 azimuth thrusters for 21 harbor/terminal/escort tugs in the 60-,

SCHOTTEL Far East Relocated

SCHOTTEL New Singapore Premises Courtesy SCHOTTEL

The SCHOTTEL Singapore subsidiary has relocated to its new facilities next to the new shipyard centre in southwestern Singapore. This heavy investment shows SCHOTTEL’s strong interest in the long-term partnership with local customers. New: lifting capacity of 80 tonnes This new facilities are equipped