Scania launches marine engines in India

10 Oct 2013 / 
Commercial vehicles and engine manufacturer Scania has launched its marine engine platform with the high-output 16-litre V8, the powerful 13-litre and the new 9-litre engines at INMEX India 2013. The Volkswagen group owned company, which announced its foray into the engine segment in India in June this year, will now also cater to the marine segment with this launch.
With the launch of its marine engine range in India Scania has appointed Aries Technical Services, Mumbai as their authorized dealers for marine engines in the segment of propulsion, auxiliary and marine gensets for all institutional segments. Scania also recently announced the launch of its power engines in June this year.
Scania’s marine engine range claims to provide maximum uptime, proven reliability and outstanding operating economy and powerful packages built on its modular product system, which simplifies servicing and parts management, and facilitates individual specifications as well as volume production. The company will also be offering power generation engines and Industrial engines through its network which will be established.
“Scania is committed to providing customers a complete lineup of clean diesel and natural gas engines that will deliver better fuel economy, reliability and durability, with lower operating costs. Scania remains focused on continually improving our proven technology to provide products that best meet the unique needs of our customers,” said Anders Grundströmer, Managing Director Scania Commercial Vehicle India and Senior Vice President Scania Group.
Scania is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks and buses as well as industrial and marine engines. Every year Scania builds more than 80,000 engines, making them one of the most experienced engine manufacturers in the industry. Its engines are found in trucks, buses, industrial and marine operation, as well as in the power generation sector.

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