IN BRIEF - Wärtsilä to supply liquid bio-fuel powered main engines for new Finnish cargo vessel
Wärtsilä's leading engine technology offers flexibility which enables switching of fuels without any interruption in operation should the need arise.This will be the first installation ever where a European commercial shipping operation is going to permanently use liquid bio-fuel.
Wärtsilä, the marine industry's leading solutions provider and systems integrator, has been contracted by the STX Finland shipyard in Turku, Finland, to supply the main engines for a new multi-purpose cargo vessel. STX Finland is part of the international (More Info)
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