MAN B&W Diesel Two-Stroke Engines Enter Vietnamese Market

Thursday, August 01, 2002
In August, two 7S35MC engines will be delivered to Vietnam from MAN B&W Diesel A/S in Frederikshavn, Denmark, who have built the engines. They are to be installed in two11,500 dwt freighters ordered by Vinashin Shipping and Service Company from the Bach Dang and Ha Long Shipyards. A 7S35MC engine has an output of 5,180 kW at 173 r/min. The 35MC was the first engine in the MC-engine program when it was introduced two decades ago and has proved a huge success with more than 1,000 engines ordered or delivered. In total there are 6,885 MC engines on order or delivered as per July 2002.
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