AKA, Niigata Team on Hybrid Marine Propulsion Package

Monday, January 30, 2012
Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA) and Niigata Power Systems Partner to Provide Hybrid Marine Propulsion Package Dartmouth, NS – 01/25/2012 Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA) is proud to announce a partnership agreement with Niigata Power Systems to co-promote AKA’s XeroPoint Hybrid Marine Propulsion System and Niigata’s Z-Peller ® propulsion package. The partnership offers a hybrid propulsion package for the marine industry that dramatically reduces emissions and engine maintenance, while offering significant fuel savings for vessel operators. AKA, a systems integrator specializing in power generation and propulsion for the marine industry is recognized for their innovative and highly customizable products such as blackout prevention in mission-critical drilling applications and the recently patented XeroPoint Hybrid Marine Propulsion System. “It is with great enthusiasm that we announce our partnership with Niigata Power Systems” said Paul Jamer, VP of Corporate Development, Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA). “Teaming up with Niigata to provide a hybrid marine propulsion package is an exciting development for our company and it will enable AKA and Niigata to expand our business globally.”
“This partnership reflects our desire to collaborate with companies that share our vision to remain at the forefront of innovative technology while conducting business in an environmentally conscious manner” says Yasuhiro Itoh, Executive Vice President, Niigata. “AKA is well-known for successfully commissioning the World’s first, second and third hybrid workboats and we anticipate great results from this collaboration.”
 
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