ABB Turbocharging, Hyundai Global Service (HGS) and Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine & Machinery Division (HHI-EMD) have strengthened their partnership for turbocharger servicing.
The new agreement between the companies will help to enhance the efficiency and emissions performance of vessels.
ABB Turbocharging global service head Roland Schwarz said: “The strengthened relationship with HGS and HHI-EMD will enhance service options for customers of ABB turbochargers. Through dedicated offerings, leveraging our global network, and sharing data, we are supporting HGS to provide top-quality service for our products.”
According to the agreement, ABB Turbocharging will offer long-term maintenance and service to the customers of HGS.
In relation to the support, ABB Turbocharging will enable HGS to have access to its international network of turbocharging service stations.
Through the turbocharger service capability, HGS will be able to offer comprehensive services to its clients.
In addition, the companies have decided to share data to further improve clients’ service experiences.
ABB said that insights gained from data sharing will assist in developing additional data-based offerings. It will also help to maintain engine efficiency and benefit customers with lower operating costs and emissions.
Moreover, ABB and HHI-EMD will work together to create eco-friendly, efficient upgrade solutions for current HiMSEN four-stroke engines.
HGS CEO and president Lee Ki Dong said: “The agreement with ABB Turbocharging means that HGS becomes a one-stop service company, covering both engine and turbocharger service. We are delighted to enter this partnership with ABB, which enables us to offer even better value to our customers.”