Nylands Expands Its Diesel Spares Operations —New Catalog Available

Nylands Maskinverksted A/S of Norway, manufactures of new and reconditioned spare parts for most makes of medium- and slow-speed diesel engines, recently completed the first phase of expansion plans following the successful buy-out of the company from the Aker Group by employees and a consortium of banks.

Expansion has included a move to a larger manufacturing and administrative complex north of Oslo, additions to the product ranges (notably to include more popular makes of medium-speed diesels), and the establishment of spare parts stocking points in Rotterdam and Kobe. Sales and service for both new and reconditioned spare parts has been expanded both in Norway and internationally by the appointment of local agents in Denmark, Finland, Greece, Italy, the U.S., and the U.K., and by the addition of a computerized stock and order system.

Spare parts and reconditioning services are available from Nylands for most slow- and mediumspeed diesel makes including B&W, Sulzer, M.A.N., Gotaverken, Nordberg, MAK, Deutz, and MWM, together with a wide range of catalogued spares for older models, the latter of special significance to owners of older or secondhand tonnage.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 35,  Dec 15, 1983

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