With the development of a new diesel engine series, Motoren-Werke Mannheim AG will systematically follow up, as announced last year, the concept of economical high-performance engines. Based on the successful series 628, of which over 1,500 units
Astilleros Unidos de Mazatlan, S.A. de C.V. (AUMAZ) in Mazatlan, Mexico, recently delivered the tug Pemex LI (51) to the Mexican oil company Pemex. The vessel is the first of four harbor tugs powered with propulsion and gensets supplied by Deutz MWM.
Deutz M W M Offers Diesel Engines For Propulsion, Power G e n e r a t i on A b o a r d N a v a l Vessels
—Free Literature Available— Throughout its almost 125-year company history, Deutz MWM has powered a number of naval vessels. Additionally, KHD has also supplied engines for army and air forces. Some of the company's most recent success is built around two engine series—TBD 234 and TBD 604B.
The Deutz MWM division of the KHD group is providing propulsion units for a Hanse cog which is being rebuilt in Bremerhaven. The vessel, which was found in the sludge of the Weser River in 1962, dates back to the 14th century. It is being rebuilt by the Hanse-Koggewerft e.
TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne, N.J., recently took delivery of an 80- foot, high-speed catamaran, TNT Express I, to be used for commuting and excursions in New York Harbor. The vessel, one of the first catamarans to be used for commuting in the area,