Division to exhibit a range of products manufactured by partner brands MTU, Leroy-Somer & Volvo Penta
Al Masaood Power Division, a part of Al Masaood Group, will participate in this year’s edition of Seatrade Maritime Middle East scheduled to take place from 13 – 15 December, at stand E700, at the new Dubai Exhibition Centre, Expo 2020 Dubai.
During the exhibition, Al Masaood Power will display a range of propulsion engines and systems manufactured by its global partner brands MTU, Nidec Leroy-Somer, and Volvo Penta for the maritime community.
Rasso Bartenschlager, General Manager, Al Masaood Power Division, said:
“We will showcase the latest technologies to support diverse maritime activities in the region and boost the industry’s progress and sustainability path. As a major industry player and contributor to regional maritime development, we also aim to highlight how we are working towards bolstering the UAE’s pioneering role as a global maritime hub through our power solutions and complete lifecycle support. The maritime sector is integral to Al Masaood Group’s growth as a business conglomerate. By taking part in the event, we will continue building on this success to form new partnerships and expand our market presence.”
Al Masaood Power, which offers a broad range of best-in-class quality services and support, is an expert in the power and marine sectors, especially in areas of project planning for marine propulsion systems, project management, installation and commissioning, maintenance, and components, spare parts solutions, and certified training facilities.
The division holds the distinction of launching the first hybrid propulsion system commissioned in the UAE. It also supplied 20 crew and pilot boat propulsion engines as well as propulsion systems for tugboats made in the country apart from repowering an ageing pilot boat fleet and delivering propulsion systems for passenger vessels built for the region. Recently, Al Masaood Power Division together with RIBCRAFT ME, successfully launched the first Hybrid RIB featuring the new technology to seamlessly switch between electric motors and Volvo Penta diesel engines, and it also provided generators for the onboard lifting equipment of a specialised vessel.