Wärtsilä diesel service aims to be second to none

March 2010
Ausmarine;Mar2010, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses the diesel services offered by Wärtsilä Australia. It provides specialist diesel fuel injection and turbocharger repairs for a wide range of applications, especially in maritime. Its highly trained and motivated technicians in fuel injection, small and large frame turbochargers are committed to rendering critical and timely repairs and efficient service of diesel engines and components. They also manufacture the world's largest engines and is renowned in diesel innovation and design, efficient fuel system, among others.


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