Hans Jensen Lubricators Goes with Golten

Monday, November 25, 2002
Danish cylinder lubrication specialist, Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S has awarded Goltens an “Authorized Service Provider” agreement for its line of cylinder lubricating equipment, featuring the leading lubrication technology, Swirl Injection Principal (SIP). The agreement confirms Goltens’ strong market standing in the global ship repair and service industry and meets Jensen Lubricators’ demand for a trusted, worldwide service partner. Jensen Lubricators manufactures lubrication systems for 2-stroke engines and is a recognized supplier to leading diesel engine manufacturers. “Jensen Lubricators manufactures state-of-the-art lubricators and a growing number of shipowners and operators are appreciating the advantages of this company’s SIP technology, i.e. considerable cylinder oil saving and low wear rates,” says Preben Liltved, vice president, Goltens Europe. Says Liltved: “Installing and servicing Jensen lubricators perfectly matches Goltens’ business activity in the retrofit and diesel engine repair and maintenance service markets.” “Goltens’ staff of trained technicians, engineers and mechanics are accustomed to the major makes of main and auxiliary diesel engines and are the optimal service partner”, says Thomas Jensen, vice president sales, Jensen Lubricators. He confirms that Goltens’ staff would undergo special training to undertake retrofit, service, and mounting jobs, when and where required.
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