16 - 19 August 2016
, Trondheim, Norway

We welcome you to visit the Wärtsilä stand D-371 at the Nor-Fishing exhibition.


Wärtsilä is participating in Nor-Fishing 2016 exhibition, offering you the opportunity to learn more about Wärtsilä’s wealth of experience in the area of increased efficiency, fuel flexibility and environmental solutions. Take advantage of this great opportunity to meet and discuss with our experts on the stand!

With close to 50 years of experience in the fishing industry, a substantial reference list of equipment deliveries and in excess of 250 fishing vessels built to its designs, Wärtsilä has a unique know-how and expertise, backed by a truly global footprint.

Wärtsilä has the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of products, systems and solutions, thus enabling us to optimise the design and the propulsion so as to achieve the greatest efficiency and lowest operating costs. Some examples are efficient and environmentally sound ship designs, integrated engine and propulsion solutions, the Wärtsilä 2-speed gear to reduce noise and further enable propulsion efficiency, and our robust technology for the treatment of ballast water.

At Nor-Fishing 2016, we will also present new developments such as the W31 engine – the world’s most efficient engine, our hybrid/battery solutions for fishing vessels and our newest developments within ship design.

Wärtsilä 31

Presentation: The W31 engine & hybrid solutions for fishing vessels

Meeting room M1bc, hall C

Meeting room M1bc, hall C

Wärtsilä mini seminar:  Energy efficient solutions


   Robert-Ollus    Ingve-Sorfonn  
  Robert Ollus
Technical Project Director, Wärtsilä Marine Solutions
   Ingve Sørfonn
Chief Expert Electrical & Automation, Wärtsilä Marine Solutions
  The Wärtsilä 31 engine – the world’s most efficient 4-stroke engine   Hybrid solutions for fishing vessels
  Wednesday August 17th at 11:00-11:30.
Meeting room M1bc, hall C
  Wednesday August 17th at 11:30-12:00.
Meeting room M1bc, hall C

We look forward to meeting you in Trondheim!

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