Scandic Diesel Services Opens in Montreal

Monday, February 01, 2010

Climate change is a global problem that requires real solutions. That's why the Government of Canada supports a proactive approach to achieve real environmental and economic benefits for all Canadians. The causes of climate change and its impacts on the environment and human health are now more understood. Canada is a vast country with a diverse climate, which makes the impacts of climate change all the more important. Mr. Elsborg started as an apprentice within marine diesel services with PJ Diesel Engineering A/S located in Denmark as second generation in the family owned company. Elsborg moved to Montreal, Canada in 2009. Throughout the more than 14 years Elsborg was working with PJ Diesel Engineering A/S, side by side with CEO Anne-Mette Elsborg and technical director Peter Jensen.

In those years he specialized within turbocharger services, fuel injection systems services, governors and controls services, fuel and emissions monitoring services, performance monitoring services, warehousing & shipping services, not to mention field services and project management.

Elsborg left PJ Diesel Engineering A/S in 2009 as a corporate sales manager, in order to pursue a dream of pioneering within a fast developing market focusing on North America clients and introducing reduced operation cost and environmental impact. Scandic Diesel is representing some of the most recognized suppliers within refurbishment, performance optimizing. The company’s focus on complete installations and knowledge within specific components brings a proactive response and redundancy plan to clients. Further the response plans are based on recycling of components by refurbishment reducing environmental impact by material and energy.

The product lines is centered on turbochargers, fuel Injection systems, four stroke parts and repairs, engine spare parts, governors and controls, electronic Indicators, shaft power systems, fuel homogenizers, water in fuel systems and air-driven fuel-injector and safety-valve test units and a range of hydraulic power packs powered by air.

(www.scandiserv.com)
 

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