Tognum, Northern Lights Tie Up Genset Agreement

Press Release
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
MTU Marine Genset M1066H: Image credit Tognum

Cooperation agreed betweem Tognum & Northern Lights for production, sales, of marine generator sets

Tognum, the specialist for propulsion and power solutions, and the marine generator set manufacturer Northern Lights Inc., Seattle/Washington (USA), have signed a master purchasing agreement for marine onboard gensets in the power range from 5 to 280 kilowatts.

By this agreement, the Tognum Group can offer its customers a full range of marine onboard gensets from 5 to 3,000 kilowatts and extends its portfolio in the lower power range. This allows Tognum to provide consultancy, sales and service for the entire machinery room as a single source.

The Tognum sales organization will sell these MTU branded gensets for commercial vessels and pleasure craft in combination with MTU propulsion systems. By this agreement, the Tognum Group can offer its customers a full range of marine onboard gensets from 5 to 3,000 kilowatts and extends its portfolio in the lower power range. This allows Tognum to provide consultancy, sales and service for the entire machinery room as a single source.

 

  • Northern Lights is to produce MTU branded gensets from 5 to 280 kilowatts.
  • The power range of MTU marine onboard gensets is now extended from 5 to 3,000 kilowatts.
  • The new agreement between the companies will result in the setting up of a 'One-stop-shop' for onboard power and main propulsion machinery.

 

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