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Tuesday, January 12, 2021 

A new agreement between ABB Turbocharging, Hyundai Global Service (HGS) and Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine & Machinery Division (HHI-EMD) has established what ABB describes as a ‘total service solution’ for ABB and Hyundai customers, intended to deliver optimal efficiency and emissions performance across the entire vessel.

Under the agreement, ABB Turbocharging will support HGS in providing long-term maintenance and service to its customers. As part of this support, HGS will be able to access ABB’s global network of turbocharging service stations. By adding this turbocharger service capability, HGS can offer customers a complete lifetime service agreement covering engines and turbochargers.

HHI-EMD, HGS and ABB have agreed to co-operate more closely on data sharing, to enable the companies to help customers further reduce their operating costs and minimise emissions by maintaining the highest possible engine efficiency. Insights gained through data sharing will facilitate the development of data-based offerings to further enhance customers’ service experiences.

In addition, HHI-EMD and ABB will collaborate on the development of eco-friendly, efficient upgrade solutions for existing HiMSEN four-stroke engines, further supporting their customers in delivering more sustainable operations.

Lee Ki Dong, CEO and President of Hyundai Global Service, said: “The agreement with ABB Turbocharging means that HGS becomes a one-stop service company covering both engine and turbocharger service. We are delighted to enter this partnership with ABB, which enables us to offer even better value to our customers.”

Roland Schwarz, Head of Global Service, ABB Turbocharging, said: “The strengthened relationship with HGS and HHI-EMD will enhance service options for customers of ABB turbochargers. Through dedicated offerings, leveraging our global network and sharing data, we are supporting HGS to provide top-quality service for our products.”

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