First ME engine built in Japan by HZ

Thursday, January 08, 2004
The first ME engine to be built in Japan, a 6S50ME-C, has been completed by Hitachi Zosen Corporation. The order was placed by Naikai Zosen for Nissho Shipping. The engine was recently presented to the guests at a ceremony at Hitachi Zosen. This engine is destined as the main propulsion engine for a product carrier. The invited audience of over 200 people, included owners, operators, yard personnel and business partners, noted that the engine was very quiet and produced very few vibrations.

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