at Wärtsilä in the Netherlands


Wärtsilä is a world leader in marine technology. With an extensive portfolio of innovative and integrated products and solutions, Wärtsilä delivers efficiency, reliability, flexibility, and environmental sustainability to enhance the business of its customers. As our industry enters a new era of innovation and unprecedented efficiency, Wärtsilä is using high levels of connectivity and digitalisation to bring value and optimisation to all marine applications. In so doing, it is leading the industry’s transformation towards a smart marine ecosystem.

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 Technology & Service Center Drunen
As of May 2015, the location in Drunen will be reformed to a Technology & Service Center (T&SC)
for propulsion activities. This T&SC will add value by stimulating cross business lines cooperation and
enhances marine technology world leadership through highly skilled work force in an inspiring
and challenging work environment. The new building will be in use as of May 2015.

Wärtsilä Land & Sea Academy (WLSA) will also be part of the new Technology & Service Center. WLSA currently operates 10 fulltime training centres globally, one of them is located in Waalwijk, the Netherlands. This location will move to Drunen in time.
A wide variety of WLSA services can be accessed through more than 130 Wärtsilä locations.

WLSA is providing training services globally, covering Product Training, Power Plant Training, Maritime Training and Competence and Career Management Services.

Wärtsilä Land & Sea Academy (WLSA) is a part of Wärtsilä Corporation's Service business.

WLSA is also the platform for upgrading skills and performance quality of our own global Service network experts.



Marine references

  • Two Hankyu Ferry vessels

    Two new ferries built for Japan’s Hankyu Ferry were launched in 2020. Both feature the Wärtsilä 31 engine, recognised...

  • Two new shuttle tankers for the KNOT Group

    The technology group Wärtsilä’s emissions abatement technology is again recognised with a new order. The company...

  • LNG vessel for Knutsen OAS Shipping

    The latest development of the LNG infrastructure provides clear evidence of the increasing importance of LNG fuel...

  • Hammershus

    The ‘Hammershus’ was built at the Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard in Finland and was designed specifically...

  • Biokraft LBG

    With a capacity of 25 tonnes of liquid biogas per day it is the biggest in the Nordic countries.

  • VEAS

    The facility comprises a biogas upgrading and liquefaction plant. It will enable VEAS to produce biogas creating...

  • Tekniska verken

    A new liquid biogas (LBG) plant to be supplied by the technology group Wärtsilä will provide an alternative fuel...

  • Industrial Skipper

    Successful shaft generator system sea trials for Argo Coral Maritime.

  • Carnival Pride

    The performance upgrade on the Carnival Pride cruise ship improved the total economy of the vessel.

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