New MaK M 43 Series Aids German Branch

MaK Motoren's latest addition to its engine offerings, the M 43 Series, has made an essential contribution to the record number of orders received by the German-based MaK Sales Organization.

With its headquarters located in Hamburg and branch offices in Bremen and Rostock, the organization reported that this past year's orders exceeded $51.8 million.

The first three diesel engines of this latest series were presented to the market at the end of 1998 by MaK, and were recently shipped from the company's works' quay. With a total power output of 22 MW, two members of the engine trio built for Irish owners, will power what is currently known as the largest fishing trawler worldwide. The third engine will be used in a chemical tanker built for a Norwegian owner. Currently, more than 40 units of this engine have been sold in various cylinder configurations with a total power output volume of 340 MW.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 38,  Feb 2000

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