A joint venture between Wärtsilä Engine and CSSC, known as CSSC Wärtsilä Engine (Shanghai) Co. Ltd (CWEC), has begun the ground-breaking process for its 20,000 sq m engine factory in Shanghai, China.
Wärtsilä is introducing a new LNG storage and regasification barge concept, for supplying LNG for power generation, unveiled at Gastech 2015 in Singapore.
Wärtsilä has introduced a new azimuthing thruster designed specifically for inland waterway vessels.
Wärtsilä has won a major contract to retrofit ballast water management (BWM) systems to 11 Bernhard Schulte boxships ranging from 2,600 to 5,600 teu.
Wärtsilä has won a repeat order to supply hybrid exhaust-gas scrubbers for three Finnlines Ro-Ro ferries.
Wärtsilä dual-fuel engines will power DEME Group vessel Scheldt River, the first dredger capable of using LNG as fuel.
A “mega-class” 20,000 teu vessel under construction at Hanjin for capacity-hungry CMA CGM will be fitted with a low-speed Wärtsilä X92 two-stroke engine, delivered by Wärtsilä jv company Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD).
Wärtsilä, MAN Diesel & Turbo and 30 others will collaborate EU-funded joint-industry project Hercules-2, for more efficient two- and four-stroke marine engines.
Wärtsilä is using its podium at Nor-Shipping to introduce a new, more cost-efficient PSV design for the struggling offshore market.