MAN Diesel Achieves Environmental Milestone

Monday, June 02, 2008

MAN Diesel is relaunching its portfolio, making all its engines compatible with the limits established by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in its Tier II regulations. The relaunch is an historic milestone for the company, and one which preempts the January 2011 implementation of the new IMO NOx emission limits by some time. The new program was launched this very week at Asia License Days, a meeting of MAN Diesel licensees in . 160 participants, including the top management from MAN Diesel’s two- and four-stroke license family in , , and , met to discuss the new implications for MAN Diesel’s product portfolio.


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