Under One Roof on the Internet

Tuesday, October 01, 2002
With their newly developed www.manbw.com Internet homepage, the MAN B&W Diesel Group went online precisely with the start of the SMM trade fair “Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology” held in Hamburg from September 24 to 28, 2002. “With our new web appearance, we are systematically using the Internet possibilities in order to provide our customers with suitable information for any questions they may have. At the same time, we provided an up-to-date and joint communication platform for our customers and the interested public, says Fritz Pape, Executive Vice President of MAN B&W Diesel. The formerly national-oriented Internet pages were replaced by a comprehensive, modern and international web presentation. For the first time, the MAN B&W Diesel Group appears in the World Wide Web in a joint homepage:www.manbw.com. The new Internet presentation was designed by an international project team with experts from the field of information technology and communication.

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