Diselenginetrader.com Connects Buyers and Sellers

Tuesday, November 20, 2001
Norwegian Maritime Equipment A/S, who trade in new and second hand equipment worldwide, had an urgent inquiry from one of their customers for a diesel engine to power a generator set. The situation was rescued and a suitable engine was found at Delta Trading BV in Holland by searching in www.DieselEngineTrader.com.

Trond Paulsen of Norwegian Maritime said, “The Internet is a very important tool in our daily work. www.DieselEngineTrader.com enabled us to help our customer and in a matter of days, they had a replacement for their existing worn engine.” ”Since our initial contact, we have built up a very good relationship with Delta Trading and have subsequently bought two larger generator sets from them.” He added.

Paulsen has www.DieselEngineTrader.com on his favorites list and finds it very easy to search for an engine. ‘I wish that more companies would advertise their equipment on this Internet page, it’s a real time saver.’ He said.

Peter van Lelieveld from Delta Trading, who specialize in supplying both new and second-hand diesel-engines, generator-sets and spare-parts commented ‘We had been looking for a way to effectively offer our services and inventory to new customers throughout the world. With www.dieselenginetrader.com, it is simple to list our equipment for sale, and the website is easy to navigate. Doing international business is much easier with www.dieselenginetrader.com .

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