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MAN's PrimeServ Clinches DOF Service Deal

September 10, 2014

 Pictured at the signing ceremony: (standing, from left) Mikael Adler – Managing Director, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Norway; Serghei Nastas – MAN PrimeServ O&M Sales Manager; Dr. Stephan Timmermann – Member of Executive Board, MAN Diesel & Turbo; Stefan Eefting – Vice President, Head of MAN PrimeServ; (seated, from left) Lars-Heine Njåstad – Chief Procurement Officer, DOF; and Wayne Jones – Senior Vice President, Head of MAN PrimeServ Diesel

Pictured at the signing ceremony: (standing, from left) Mikael Adler – Managing Director, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Norway; Serghei Nastas – MAN PrimeServ O&M Sales Manager; Dr. Stephan Timmermann – Member of Executive Board, MAN Diesel & Turbo; Stefan Eefting – Vice President, Head of MAN PrimeServ; (seated, from left) Lars-Heine Njåstad – Chief Procurement Officer, DOF; and Wayne Jones – Senior Vice President, Head of MAN PrimeServ Diesel

SMM signing ceremony commits DOF to five-year Framework Service Agreement

At a signing ceremony at SMM, the international marine trade fair in Hamburg, MAN PrimeServ, MAN Diesel & Turbo’s service division, signed a service framework agreement with DOF ASA, the Norwegian offshore services company.

The service agreement covers the servicing of 15 vessels and 68 MAN engines (44 × 32/40 + 24 other engines of 21/31, 28/32 and 27/38 MAN types) – covering a total of 518 cylinders. The scope of the agreement includes maintenance-planning support; the delivery of planned, unplanned and emergency spare-parts; the provision of technical support for scheduled and unscheduled service; the provision of engine-related training and online service access.

Wayne Jones – Head of MAN PrimeServ Diesel – signed the contract on behalf of MAN PrimeServ, with Lars Heine Njåstad – CPO, signing for DOF.

Jones said, “This is one of the pillars of our strategy: to enter into long-term contracts with professional clients who value the support of an OEM. Our global network, technical expertise and a strong commitment from all involved parties were the key factors in this success. When our organization works together on such projects, we are a formidable team.”

Lars Heine Njåstad said, “With this agreement we get advice on long-term planning for the MAN equipment in our fleet. This increases predictability and we strongly believe that such a strong cooperation will contribute to ensure maximum uptime for our vessels.”

MAN Diesel & Turbo reports that the successful conclusion of the service agreement came about in great part as a result of intensive work carried out by PrimeServ teams in Norway, Holeby (Denmark), Brazil and Augsburg. Mikael Adler, Managing Director of MAN Diesel & Turbo, Norway said, “We are confident that the new framework agreement with DOF will be a great success and that it will form the basis for future agreements with other customers.”

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