Rotor B.V. Gets Chinese Order

Tuesday, July 19, 2005
The Dutch company Rotor B.V. has a contract with Chinese OEM’s for the delivery of rotor nl electric motors. The electric motors will be provided for the construction of nine ships, with an option of another seven ships The ships will be built in Dalian, at the Dalian New Shipyard, this is the largest and modernist shipbuilder that is represent in the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIS). The Dalian New Shipyard is an export base for shipbuilding granted by the state. The rotor nl electric motors will be applied for the electro-hydraulic steering gear, this will be the 80 / 160 kW pole changing electric motors . Besides the electric motors for the steering gear, Rotor will supply the electric motors for the hydraulic mooring winch and for the fans (cable execution) on board of the ships.
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