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Zhenjiang CME signs additonal MAN Diesel contract

Zhenjiang CME signs additonal MAN Diesel contract

Shanghai: Zhenjiang CME Co., Ltd. (ZJCME) has signed a contract with MAN Diesel to manufacture the latter's two-stroke engines up to 50-cm bore. ZJCME, which is a subsidiary of the giant, state-owned China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), already holds a four-stroke license with MAN Diesel to build generating sets.

The agreement brings the total of MAN Diesel's Chinese licensee list to seven. Klaus Engberg, MAN Diesel twostroke licensing svp said, "At the moment, we are seeing an unprecedented boom in the contracting of ships, particularly in China. However, although engine production is also on the increase, China is still experiencing a shortage of engines. We therefore warmly welcome the decision of CSSC and ZJCME to produce our two-stroke engines."  [22/01/08]

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