Maria Angelicoussis, CEO and president at Angelicoussis Shipping Group Limited, and Roger Holm, president Marine Power & executive vice president at Wärtsilä, at the signing ceremony    

Source: Wärtsilä Corporation

Maran Gas extends Optimised Maintenance Agreement with Wärtsilä

The technology group Wärtsilä has signed a renewal of its Optimised Maintenance Agreement with the Greek shipping company Maran Gas Maritime. The agreement will run for five additional years, and is designed to ensure operational certainty with controlled and predictable costs for Maran Gas’s fleet of 21 TFDE LNG carrier vessels.

The Maran Gas vessels are all powered by Wärtsilä 50DF dual-fuel engines. In addition to maintenance services including scheduled parts and maintenance work for the engines and turbochargers, the agreement will include all workshop services and a full support package of advanced systems. These include remote operational support, dynamic maintenance planning, and Wärtsilä’s Expert Insight digital predictive maintenance tool.

By maintaining the efficiency of the vessels’ engines, environmental impact and fuel consumption is minimised, and component use is maximised, Wärtsilä said in a statement. Within the agreement, both companies reaffirm their joint commitment to working to accelerate the decarbonisation of the marine industry. It further states that a net zero-emissions future for shipping can only be achieved through innovative sustainable approaches and technologies, which are said to be essential success factors of the collaborative partnership.

Maran Gas Maritime is the gas carrier management company for, and part of Angelicoussis Shipping Group (ASGL). ASGLs fleet comprises tankers, bulk carriers, LNG carriers and LPG carrier vessels.

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