ZGPT Delivers first License-built MAN Diesel Engine

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Hangzhou ZhongGao Engine Co. (ZGPT) recently held a ceremony to celebrate both the delivery of its first license-built MAN Diesel 9L32/40 engine and the inauguration of production at the Hangzhou plant. ZGPT's President, Shi QingZhe, lead celebrations at the plant, located southwest of Shanghai in the province of Zhejiang. Invited guests included representatives from the shipping community as well as suppliers, contractors and government officials. MAN Diesel was represented by Hans J. Brenner, Managing Director of MAN Diesel Shanghai.

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