January 4, 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Van der Mark Changes Name To Diesel Marine

Van der Mark B.V. of Rotterdam, Netherlands, has changed its name to Diesel Marine Rotterdam B.V., shortly after moving into larger premises in the Botlek area of the port.

At its new location, Diesel Marine Rotterdam will maintain large stocks of exchange pistons, cylinder covers, exhaust valves and seats, together with replacement piston rings and fuel injection spares. A port engineering service also is provided.

With Leo Engelan as general manager, the company is a member of the recently formed Diesel Marine International Ltd., a group of companies specializing in reconditioning and exchange of main diesel engine components.

The group includes U.K.-based Lockwood, Torday and Carlisle Ltd., Diesel Krome Engineering B.V. and Van der Horst B.V. of Holland, and Diesel Marine A/S of Norway.

To obtain free literature on the Diesel Marine International Ltd. companies, including specifics on their facilities and services, Write 35 on Reader Service Card

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