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Deutz sells Torqeedo to Yamaha Motor 

Deutz announced a further milestone in the repositioning of its portfolio as part of its Dual+ strategy: Torqeedo, the world’s leading manufacturer of outboard and inboard drives, will be sold to Yamaha Motor.

Yanmar: development of hydrogen-fueled 4-stroke engine for vessels

Yanmar Power Technology (YPT), a subsidiary of Yanmar Holdings, has embarked on the development of a hydrogen-fueled 4-stroke high-speed engine for power generation for coastal vessels in Japan as part of the Nippon Foundation’s zero emission ship demonstration experiment.

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Cummins at Agritechnica: go with hydrogen!

In Hannover Cummins confirmed its commitment to the Destination Zero strategy, especially in the part dedicated to hydrogen, which is now a protagonist not only in agnostic engines, but also in production and supply phases. For agricultural OEMs, the direction is increasingly towards the “tailor-mad...

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Much more than sustainability at METS 2019

A few figures, first of all, to frame the Mets 2019, which again this year we have not been able to give up. The international trade show of marine equipment, materials and systems hosted, from 19 to 21 November, just under 18,000 visitors from 115 countries and 1,670 exhibitors from 53 countries, w...

Yanmar engines roared in the French sea

Yanmar doubled indeed its efforts last September and took part to two important yachting exhibitions, both of them held in France. The first one was, of course, Cannes Yachting Festival at the new-look Cannes exhibition. The other one took place only a few days later in La Rochelle, in Western Franc...

ZF azimuth thruster technology for an oceanographic research vessel

The impact of the retractable azimuth thruster technology. The research vessel ‘R/V Roger Revelle’, owned by the US Navy and operated by the Scripps Institute of Oceanography under a charter agreement with the Office of Naval Research, is a globally capable oceanographic research vessel, designed as...

Eight MAN engines at work between Trinidad and Tobago

A total of eight MAN engines have been ordered by two prominent Australian shipbuilders, namely Austal and Incat Tasmania, to work on two different ferries connecting the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. The order of these MAN 16V28/33D STC engines was pushed by the decision of the Government of the ...

ZF Hybrid Marine. Under the lens

ZF Hybrid Marine. The future of shipping   ZF Hybrid Marine. Coming a step back, looking at Genoa Boat Show, we appreciate the 8000 series, in hybrid configuration with PTI and ZF electric motor of 200 kilowatts. ZF is notoriously one of the technological leaders in the driveline for over all t...

Volvo Penta electric sailing

We already talked about the decision by Volvo Penta to bring its “electric project” to the waters of the Cannes Yachting Festival of this year here on Diesel International. Now, we want to take a closer look to what this kind of project is about to better understand the direction that Vo...

Mercury Marine: The Verado family hits 400

The Verado hits 400! (294 kW) Mercury Marine announced the launch of the latest addition to the Verado family: the 294 kW (400 hp) outboard engine. It is officially the company’s highest output Verado-branded outboard engine in its portfolio. Since the launch of the 257 kW (350 hp) Verado and the Me...

Volvo Penta integration on the marine side

Volvo Penta integration process seen by Ghutemburg Volvo Penta integration. We’re at Genoa Boat show, where ATENA, an Italian association of naval technology, organized a workshop on ‘digitization’. Volvo Penta brought his contribution through the mouth of Andrea Piccione, Sales ma...

Engine digitalization: MAN, DSME and HSD

This summer brought a new focus for some important companies in the sector: engine digitalization. MAN Energy Solutions, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and HSD Engine (HSD) signed a strategic agreement to cooperate in the field of marine engine systems digitization. The companie...
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