Norcontrol Renews Long-Term Agreement With B&W Diesel

Norcontrol, a division of A/S Kongsberg Vaapenfabrikk, Norway, has recently renewed a sixyear collaboration agreement with Burmeister & Wain Diesel A/S, Denmark. B&W Diesel is, through its own and more than 30 licensed manufacturers, the world's largest supplier of slow-speed diesel engines for ships.

Norcontrol is the only Norwegian manufacturer of remote control systems for ships. They are one of only two approved suppliers of remote control systems for the B&W motors. In addition to the remote control and safety systems, the new Norcontrol/B&W Agreement also included the recently launched Norcontrol Digital Governor Unit DGU 8800. This advanced regulator can be used on engines of different makes and sizes and is designed to be directly compatible to other instrumentation and monitoring systems of Norcontrol.

After many years of effort Norcontrol has recently had a breakthrough in South Korea. Locally they are represented by Scan-Korea, a subsidiary of Scan-International in the Fearnley Group. Scan- Korea is an agent to several leading Norwegian ship equipment manufacturers.

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