Wärtsilä Expands Boiler Services

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Wärtsilä continues to expand its boiler services with the acquisition of the boiler services business of International Combustion Engineering's (I.C.E.) former subsidiary in . The acquired boiler service business, which currently employs seven people, will be integrated into Wärtsilä in .
This transaction follows Wärtsilä's acquisition of the Denmark-based International Combustion Engineering A/S (I.C.E.) announced in April of this year and completes the acquisition.
Wärtsilä's entry into the new field of boiler services improves the company's position and competitiveness as a leading total services provider. This latest acquisition in will further expand Wärtsilä's geographical coverage in providing boiler service support to customers throughout the .

 

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