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Mitsubishi joins the Danish Maritime Fair

Mitsubishi joins the Danish Maritime Fair

01-10-2014 12:00:00


Japanese Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Engine Co. Ltd. (MHI-MME) is exhibiting next week at the Danish Maritime Fair in Bella Center with Danish PJ Diesel Engineering A/S. Their common position will be one of the biggest at the fair where you will be able to experience the latest technology from Mitsubishi, which satisfies IMO Tier III rules.

Since there is great interest in environmentally friendly and fuel-saving technologies in Denmark, Mitsubishi will take this opportunity to introduce "Project MEET", which stands for Mitsubishi Marine Energy & Environment Technical Solution System. Mitsubishi has already delivered 50 sets of the latest waste treatment MERS, which is a core product in Project MEET, to Danish ship owners.

In addition, Mitsubishi will introduce the latest MET turbocharger technology, including VTI MET turbochargers, which are suitable for slow steaming, in the Speaker's Corner.

MHI-MME was established on. October 1, 2013 and has a very wide product range of marine engines, turbochargers MET, propellers, ship boilers and more.

Source: MHI-MME / Maritime Denmark


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