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Wärtsilä and V. Ships announce tie up

Wärtsilä and V. Ships announce tie up

Helsinki: Wärtsilä and V.Ships have agreed to work together to provide joint ship and technical management services to third parties in the marine market. The partners plan to use Wärtsilä's strengths as a ship machinery and systems supplier and V.Ships' expertise in recruiting and training senior officers and technicians to offer an integrated portfolio of services that encompasses the full lifecycle of ship's machineries at competitive cost.

The new partnership will provide skilled marine labour that is continuously trained and supported by state-of-the-art logistic and management organisation. This encompasses technical supervision, machinery maintenance planning, conditioned based maintenance and planning, software updates, training programs, spare parts and labour, logistics and accounting for technical management.

"After many years of managing ships powered by its equipment, we know Wärtsilä well," said Donald Anderson, ceo of V.Ship pareant company V.Group. "Our two companies are highly compatible and well-suited for collaboration."
 
"Capitalising on its expertise in several areas and strengths in advance monitoring and management methods, Wärtsilä ensures highest quality of technical services and crew training to the latest technologies and standards. The partnership with V.Ships will guarantee the best technical and economical performances of the ship equipment and peace of mind for customers." said Tage Klockars, director Wärtsilä Operations & Management Services.

Wärtsilä, which estimates net sales to increase by about 25% in 2008, plans to invest EUR200m ($296m) in capacity expansion, process improvements and maintenance next year.  [21/11/07]
 

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