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Wärtsilä and CSSC to establish new electrical & automation joint venture in China

Wärtsilä and China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) have signed a Letter of Intent to establish a new joint venture company. The new joint venture will focus on China’s growing market for electrical & automation (E&A) solutions for marine applications.

The Letter of Intent was signed by Wärtsilä CEO Jaakko Eskola and Mr Wu Qiang, President of CSSC at a ceremony in Shanghai on March 16. The planned activities of the JV will include sales, marketing, engineering and project management for the E&A market. However, following the signing of the Letter of Intent, the full scope of the company’s operations will be further defined. The joint venture company is expected to be operational at the beginning of 2017.

“Wärtsilä has a leading position in supplying E&A systems for high-end and offshore vessel applications. By combining our strengths in this field with the strong market position of CSSC, we can provide Asian owners and yards with the best possible solutions supported by local presence and capabilities,” says Jaakko Eskola, CEO of Wärtsilä.

“We are delighted to be cooperating yet again with Wärtsilä to serve the marine industry in China. CSSC and Wärtsilä have state-of-the-art technologies and vast experience in E&A systems, and through this joint venture we shall be in a position to provide the best possible offering and service,” says Mr Wu Qiang, President of CSSC.

Wärtsilä and CSSC are already partners in three joint venture companies. In 2004 they jointly formed Wärtsilä CME Zhenjiang Propeller Co Ltd (WCME), a company producing fixed and controllable pitch ship propellers. In 2014, CSSC Wärtsilä Engine (Shanghai) Co Ltd (CWEC) was established for the local production of medium and large bore, medium speed, diesel and dual-fuel Wärtsilä engines. In 2015 the two companies formed Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD). WinGD has taken over the technical development and sales of Wärtsilä’s range of 2-stroke, low speed marine engines.

Photo: Wärtsilä and CSSC to establish new E&A joint venture in China. Jaakko Eskola, CEO of Wärtsilä and Wu Qiang, President of CSSC in the middle.

Media contacts:
Mr Stephan Kuhn
Vice President, Electrical & Automation
Wärtsilä Marine Solutions
Tel: +49 4088 2522 11
stephan.kuhn@wartsila.com

Mr James Han
Managing Director
Wärtsilä China
Tel: +86 13701708861
james.han@wartsila.com

Ms Marit Holmlund-Sund
Senior Manager Marketing, Communications, Marine Solutions
Wärtsilä Corporation
Tel: +358 10 709 1439
marit.holmlund-sund@wartsila.com


2016-03-17

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For more information, please contact:
Mirja-Maija Santala
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Wärtsilä Corporation
Tel. +358 (0)400 793 827
E-mail: mirja-maija.santala@wartsila.com 

Wärtsilä Vostok, LLC (WRU)
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E-mail:
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