CSSC Guangzhou Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd (GMD)
CSSC Guangzhou Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd (GMD) is a new Wartsila licensee since 19 July 2011 and is a member of CSSC *2. This company was established in 2008 and the factory is under construction at the moment, it’s based in Panyu District, Guangzhou, targets 3 mio. bhp production capacity for the first phase and can build all sizes of Wartsila low-speed engines. The delivery of its first engine is expected to take place at the end of year 2011.
CSSC Marine Power CO.,LTD. (CMP)
CSSC Marine Power CO,LTD. (CMP) signed a licence agreement in 2008 to build Wärtsilä RT-flex common-rail low-speed engines. CMP is a member of CSSC *2, located at Zhenjiang City in Jiangsu Province. CMP will focus on building engines of 50 cm bore and smaller.
CSSC-MES Diesel Co., Ltd. (CMD)
CSSC-MES Diesel Co., Ltd. (CMD) was established in 2006 as a joint venture of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, China CSSC Holdings Ltd, and Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co Ltd with its factory in Shanghai Lingang (heavy equipment production area). The factory is designed for annual production capacity of 2.6 million kW. Today CMD has already reached an annual production capacity of 1.5 million kW.
Wärtsilä and CSSC-MES Diesel Co Ltd (CMD) have jointly signed a licence agreement for the manufacture and sale of Wärtsilä low-speed marine diesel engines by CMD in China. The agreement grants CMD the right to manufacture all sizes of Wärtsilä RTA and RT-flex modern low-speed engine types at its factory in Shanghai. However, CMD will focus on engines of 70 cm cylinder bore and larger. The first Wärtsilä engine 7RT-flex82T will be delivered in August 2011.
Dalian Marine Diesel Co., Ltd. (DMD)
Dalian Marine Diesel Co., Ltd. (DMD) is a Wärtsilä licensee since 1978. DMD is a member of CSIC *1. The company focuses on bigger engines with bore sizes from 50 to 96cm. The annual production capacity is 1.5 million kW. In November 2010, China's first Wärtsilä 7RT-flex84T-D engine manufactured by DMD was delivered.
www.dmd.com.cn (in Chinese)
Hefei Rong'An Power Machinery Co., Ltd. (RPM)
Hefei Rong'An Power Machinery Co., Ltd. (RPM) signed a licence agreement to build all sizes of Wärtsilä low-speed engines. The new factory is equipped with modern machinery. The first Rong'An-Wärtsilä engine, a 6RT-flex68-D, was successfully delivered in October 2009. In June 2010, China's first 7RT-flex82T engine manufactured by Rong'An was delivered.
Hudong Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd. (HHM)
Hudong Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd. (HHM) is a Wärtsilä licensee since 1995. HHM is a member of CSSC *2. The company is the biggest engine manufacturer in China focusing on engines with bore sizes between 48 and 70 cm. Annual production capacity is 1.5 million kW.
www.hhm.com.cn/ (in Chinese)
Qingdao Qiyao Wärtsilä MHI Linshan Marine Diesel Co. Ltd. (QMD)
Qingdao Qiyao Wärtsilä MHI Linshan Marine Diesel Co. Ltd. (QMD) was established as a joint venture company owned by CSIC (50%), Wärtsilä (34%) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (16%). The company became operational in the fourth quarter of 2008. They produce low speed two-stroke marine diesel engines mainly for the Chinese market in a power range of 8'300 kW to 74'360 kW. QMD's factory is equipped with modern machinery facilities.
Yichang Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd (YMD)
Yichang Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd (YMD) is a Wärtsilä licensee since 1978. YMD is a member of CSIC *1. The company focuses on engine bore sizes that are smaller than 620 mm. The annual production capacity is currently 1.1 million kW and will be increased to 1.5 million kW by 2015.
www.ymd.com.cn (in Chinese)
Yuchai Marine Power Co., Ltd (YCMP)
Yuchai Marine Power Co., Ltd (YCMP) is located at Zhuhai City in Guangdong Province. Founded in 1951, Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Group, the parent company of the new licensee, is located at Yulin City in Guangxi province in south-west China and is mainly in the truck and bus engine business. The licensee is building a new factory on a 333,000 m2 site at Fushan Industrial Zone, Zhuhai City for the manufacture of low-speed engines. The new factory will have an initial capacity to build engines with an aggregate output of about 0.9 million kW later increasing to 3.7 million kW. YCMP will complete their first Wärtsilä 6RT-flex35 engine in November 2011.
Link to parent company: www.yuchai.com
Some of our licensees are members of following institutions:
*1) China - Northern group: China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC)
Established in July 1999, CSIC is an entity directly under the state government with state authorisation for investment and capital management. CSIS is one of the largest groups in China in the field of design, manufacture, and trade of civilian and military ships, marine engineering and marine equipment. CSIC is an entity directly under the state government with state authorisation for investment and capital management. There are 46 industrial enterprises, 28 R&D institutes spread across more than 20 provinces and cities in China, with a total number of 140,000 employees. Currently, the annual shipbuilding capacity of CSIC is five million dwt.
*2) China - Southern group: China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC)
China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) was established in July 1999 and is a conglomerate and state-authorized investment institution directly administered by the central government of China. CSSC's main business is shipbuilding, covering both civilian and naval vessels. Under its wing, there are altogether 60 fully-owned enterprises and shareholding institutions, including a group of the most powerful and often renowned shipbuilding and ship-repairing yards, research and design institutes, marine-related equipment manufacturers and trading firms in China.