TMPS Appointed US Agent for ABC Diesel Engines

Press Release
Friday, March 22, 2013

Trans Marine Propulsion Systems, (TMPS) appointed agent by Anglo Belgian Corporation (ABC) Diesel Engines.

TMPS has locations in Seattle, Washington and Tampa, Florida, and services most makes and types of diesel engines, including medium-speed and slow-speed engines for the marine industry and for diesel power plants.  TMPS is one of the world's few service facilities that offer this range of experience.

Anglo Belgian Corporation has been manufacturing diesel engines since 1912 and is headquartered in Gent, Belgium.  The company has a century of engine-building expertise, founded in 1912 by a group of Belgian entrepreneurs soon after building the first licensed Rudolf Diesel engine.  ABC has the reputation of building robust and simple engines, with low fuel and lubricating oil consumption, long lifetime, low maintenance cost and easy accessibility.

"We are very excited about our new partnership with ABC," stated Shane Roeser , President of TMPS.  "For close to three decades TMPS has represented various diesel engines lines, and has a strong customer base to showcases the features and benefits the ABC line has to offer."  

"ABC is proud to be working with TMPS. This partnership provides our current and future ABC clients a 'one call does it all' feature," stated Jean-Christophe Van Acker , Sales Director of ABC. "Sales, field service, spare parts inventories and a national footprint provides ABC a United States presence.  Couple these elements with TMPS's in house engineering department, and ABC is now able to provide a sales and service solution for the US customer."
 


 

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