Engine manufacturer Cummins will be visiting Fraserburgh and Peterhead this week as part of its ‘Scotland Trailer Tour’.
The company will be in Fraserburgh on Tuesday, 6 June, and in Peterhead on Wednesday, 7 June, and is inviting skippers to the events to learn not only about the new range of engines and fuel economy available, but also the services the company can provide for both new and reconditioned engines, and its line-constant speed marine power solutions, designed specifically for auxiliary applications.
The tour will also provide an ideal platform for skippers to discuss individual solutions for their vessels, and explore the aftersales servicing and support which Cummins says has ‘underpinned the company’s reputation at the leading edge of the industry for many years’.
With no appointments needed, the Cummins trailer will be clearly visible in both harbours, where the engineering team will be ‘happy to talk about any aspect of the 24/7 support available for emergency repair or spare parts, service maintenance contracts, engine rebuilds and the supply of new or recon engines and auxiliaries’.
More general conversations about fuel economy and the transition to new ‘net zero’ fuels, and the implications for future vessel operation, will also be possible.
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