TMPS Appoint Martinez Sr. Superintendent Engineer

MarineLink.com
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Noel Martinez (Photo: TMPS)

Diesel engine service and engineering specialists Trans Marine Propulsion Systems, Inc. (TMPS), inform that Noel Martinez has joined the 29 year old company as the Senior Superintendent Engineer to manage Non OEM 2 and 4 stroke field and component service on Wartsila engines and their related components.

"We are very excited about expanding our field service expertise with the addition of Mr. Martinez to the team," stated Shane Roeser, TMPS President.  "TMPS has been conducting work on Warstila engines and their components for over two decades.  With the addition of Mr. Martinez and his 15 years of factory training from Wartsila, we have an even larger breath of experience to support Wartsila customers who are out of their warranty period."

TMPS inform that together with their other service engineers, there is over 115 + years of joint engine experience on 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines and their related equipment.

Prior to joining TMPS, Mr. Martinez served in a series of service roles at Wartsila, including:
    •    Sales Support Manager – Central America and Mexico
    •    Superintendent Engineer – Wartsila North America
    •    Senior Service Engineer - Wartsila North America
    
TMPS add that they offer a one-year or 6,000 hour warranty (whichever comes first) on all service work performed.

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