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Sales expansion in China by a Chinese licensee: Receiving orders of the world’s first 6UEC33LSH-C2 and the latest 6UEC42

Thursday, 15 April 2021 | 20:00

Japan Engine Corporation(:J-ENG) has announced that a Chinese licensee, Zhejiang Yungpu Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd., has received orders for multiple projects, the world’s first 6UEC33LSH-C2 for a Chinese costal bulk carrier, and 6UEC42LSH-Eco-D3 for a Chinese costal chemical tanker.

The UEC33LSH-C2 engine is being developed as the successor of best seller engine of UEC33LSII, to meet the market demands for cement carriers, small-size bulk carriers and chemical tankers and so on, by covering a superwide power range from high- to low-speed. The latest engine’s low fuel consumption is superior to other similar class electronically-controlled engines even applying mechanically-control systems.

Many UEC42LSH-Eco-D3 engines have already been adopted to handy size bulk carriers and small/middle size chemical tankers for domestic shipyards by highly evaluating of its world-top class low fuel consumption. This is the first receiving order by the Chinese licensee.

J-ENG has been focused on Chinese market to expand UE engine’s share for many years.
Its performance, reliability, easy operation and low life cycle cost have been highly evaluated and receiving multiple orders. The total number of engines ordered from Chinese shipyards, manufactured by J-ENG, Japanese and Chinese licensees, has reached around 100. Furthermore, Chinese licensees have many promising business talks for UEC33LSH and UEC42LSH engines.

Chinese costal vessels’ market has a strong replacement demand. Taking this enhanced product line-up of small-bore UE engines as a stimulation, J-ENG will increase UE engine’s market share in China by utilizing Chinese licensees and/or directly-supply from Japan to spread Japan’s technologies.
Source: Japan Engine Corporation(:J-ENG)

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