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PrimeServ clinches significant service deal with major offshore operator

  11.09.2014    

At a signing ceremony at SMM, the international marine trade fair in Hamburg, MAN PrimeServ, MAN Diesel & Turbo’s service division, signed a service framework agreement with DOF ASA, the Norwegian off-shore services company.
Wayne Jones – Head of MAN PrimeServ Diesel – signed the contract on behalf of MAN PrimeServ, with Lars Heine Njåstad – CPO of DOF, signing for DOF.
Jones said: “This is one of the pillars of our strategy: to enter into long-term contracts with professional clients who value the support of an OEM. Our global network, technical expertise and a strong commitment from all involved parties were the key factors in this success. When our organisation works together on such projects, we are a formidable team.
Lars Heine Njåstad said: “With this agreement we get advice on long-term planning for the MAN equipment in our fleet. This increases predictability and we strongly believe that such a strong cooperation will contribute to ensure maximum uptime for our vessels.”
MAN Diesel & Turbo reports that the successful conclusion of the service agreement came about in great part as a result of intensive work carried out by PrimeServ teams in Norway, Holeby (Denmark), Brazil and Augsburg. Mikael Adler, Managing Director of MAN Diesel & Turbo, Norway said: “We are confident that the new framework agreement with DOF will be a great success and that it will form the basis for future agreements with other customers.”

Agreement details
The service agreement covers the servicing of 15 vessels and 68 MAN engines (44 × 32/40 + 24 other engines of 21/31, 28/32 and 27/38 MAN types) – covering a total of 518 cylinders. The scope of the agreement includes:
• maintenance-planning support
• the delivery of planned, unplanned and emergency spare-parts
• the provision of technical support for scheduled and unscheduled service
• the provision of engine-related training
• online service access.



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