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The best combination of reliability and overall economy—it's the simple design.

Profit from our standards- worldwide

Sulzer engines are built in many places, but all precisely to the same specifications. This world- wide standardization means the spare parts are fully inter- changeable and therefore easy to obtain.

Sulzer's own complete stocks of spares are held at 19 keypoints along the world's shipping routes.

Computerized spares manage- ment means higher speed and thus lowering the off-hire costs.

And round the world, round the clock, Sulzer service engineers are ready to move. With the aim of keeping the engine running.

But the Sulzer world-wide service offers more. It starts right from the initial stage with project consulting for the complete pro- pulsion installation, and continues throughout the lifetime of the system.

The accumulated experience of more than 4000 "R" slow-speed engines in operation is passed on to your crew with practical work on engines and simulators in our training centre. Thus, your crew—familiarized with machine and system—works better and assures a perfect running of the engine.

Sulzer Brothers Limited

CH-8401 Winterthur, Switzerland

Dept. Diesel Engines and Marine Installations

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