CSSC Marine Power Co, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), has recently purchased a variety of production equipment via international tenders, said the tender agent. CSSC chose Fives Landis Ltd’s crankshaft grinder, IMT Intermato SpA’s CNC turn-mill center, Hexagon AB’s gantry coordinate measuring machines, and horizontal machining center from Juaristi TS Comercial SL, said Huang Pianpian from Beijing Rui Chi Fei Si Tender Co, the appointed agent representing CSSC in this case.
Those orders will be delivered within an eight to 18 months period at various Chinese ports such as Nanjing and Anqing.
CSSC is strengthening its position in China’s engine market even with the current low market demand. In July, it acquired a 30% stake in two-stroke JV Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) from its partner Wartsila Corporation; following the transaction, CSSC owns 100% of WinGD. Market research shows that in China’s medium-speed diesel engine market, Weichai Heavy Machinery and CSSC Marine Power take up a 58.9% market share. In October 2015, CSSC Marine Power renewed the contract with MAN Diesel & Turbo for another 10 years of production of four-stroke medium speed engines. In May 2016, the company’s 6S60ME low-speed diesel engine started operation. The latest designed model is the largest diesel engine constructed by CSSC Marine Power, which weighs approximately 390 tons.
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