BCS Marine for the Queen of Coquitlam

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Mill Log Wilson Equipment Ltd. and its Service Dealer, CANnav Marine Solutions, announced that BCS Marine Hydraulic Steering Components has been chosen by BC Ferries for the Queen of Coquitlam, which is currently back in service after a brief stay at Deas dock for upgrades and repairs. 

“My group has developed the solution that enables direct replacement of obsolete large displacement helm pumps with the BCS product,” said Mike Trowski, President, CANnav Marine Systems.

Don Lindsey, Director of Sales & Marketing for Mill Log Wilson Equipment stated: “Because Mill Log Wilson is owned by Twin Disc we are able to stock and fully support the BCS product in this market.”

BCS is a company in the manufacturing and worldwide distribution of high quality marine equipment, established in 1956, BCS has a line of Marine Steering Components to include helm pumps, DC pump sets, cylinders, and related components for both pleasure and heavy-duty commercial vessels.

Mill Log Equipment Company based in Coburg, Oregon with North American operations in Burnaby, British Columbia, Kent, Washington, and Edmonton, Alberta, is a heavy-duty transmission and component supplier to the marine and industrial markets offering a complete line of Twin Disc off-highway power transmission equipment, including marine transmissions, electronic controls, as well as steering and propulsion systems.

(www.milllog.com)
(www.solutions.cannav.com)

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