Hans Jensen Lubricators Strengthens North American Market

press release
Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Scandic Diesel and Hans Jensen Lubricators strengthen their position in the North American market through sales agreement and representation via Scandic Diesel Services in Montreal.

Hans Jensen Lubricators and Scandic Diesel Services have entered sales and representation agreement for North America in order to improve sales and service capabilities for our product lines:

HJ Lubtronic, hydraulic cylinder lubricator, electronically controlled
• HJ Synchro Drive, timed cylinder lubrication for Wärtsilä Sulzer engines
• HJ Mechanical Cylinder Lubricator
• HJ Mechtronic, electronic regulation for mechanical cylinder lubricators
• HJ SIP, ’Swirl Injection Principle’


Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S is a leading international supplier within the field of development, production, marketing and service of cylinder lubrication for two-stroke marine diesel engines for marine and power plant applications.
We offer a broad range of products and by combining our unique history and high quality standard; we meet the customer’s needs and requirements. Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S has more than 90 years of experience with innovative product development, creative solutions and efficient installation of our high-quality products. An experience we continually benefit from for the update and expansion of our range of products. Therefore, today we offer a number of different cylinder lubrication systems for the naval industry and the power plant sector worldwide. Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S, which is a family company, engages 75 employees, but is undergoing a rapid development these years. HJL is located in Hadsund in Denmark. Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S has a sales and representative office in Shanghai, China and now North America.

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