GE Marine, Ingeteam Marine Partnership

Sunday, August 23, 2009

GE Marine, a unit of GE Transportation, signed a business cooperation agreement with the Marine division of Ingeteam, a company headquartered in Spain that specializes in electronic control system automation and application engineering in the marine, industry, railway traction and renewable energy fields.

The agreement will include joint marketing, sales efforts and technology development in the marine space for a variety of vessels. The partnership will enable both companies to offer customers integrated marine propulsion systems by bringing together GE Marine’s world class medium-speed diesel engines and Ingeteam Marine’s power and propulsion systems and vessel automation, all of which range in power from 1045 kW to 4240 kW.

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