Goltens Uses Diversity To Seek New Markets

In accordance with its policy that diversity makes good business sense, Goltens, the 45-year-old worldwide marine diesel service organization, has undertaken a number of projects in fields beyond a strictly marine environment, but in areas in which Goltens is equally at home.

The firm's latest ventures include work on special elevator equipment for a New York City water tunnel project, a Rikers Island cogeneration installation designed to reduce power supply costs, and the company's new Hydraulic G-Pump, a tool originally developed for marine use that has won wide acceptance in general industry.

According to the company, none of Goltens's new ventures has been at the expense of the firm's original business: marine diesel engine service, with a specialty of in-place crankshaft repair. To the contrary, Goltens says marine business is expanding rapidly, with new assignments announced on a regular basis by the company's global network of offices.

G o l t e n s ' s main American branches are located in Brooklyn, N.Y., Miami, Fla., Wilmington, Calif., and Fairhaven, Mass. In addition, there are facilities in Hong Kong, Singapore, Holland, and Norway.

For further literature containing full information on Goltens' services and capabilities, C i r c l e 85 on R e a d e r S e r v i c e C a rd

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 36,  Jul 15, 1986

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