Penguin International Limited, a Singapore-based designer and operator of aluminium workboats, has agreed a deal with Royston Diesel Power for enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) units to be installed on a range of new specialist maritime security vessels and multi-role crew boats.
Diesel power company Royston has developed a new ecospeed analysis capability for its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS), used to identify and maintain optimum vessel speeds for efficient fuel usage.
Royston Diesel Power has added to its enginei fuel management system with the addition of a new module offering improved monitoring of onboard and onshore fuel tank inventories.
Royston has upgraded its enginei fuel management system, adding a new emissions monitoring capability with an engine profile-based emissions analysis feature.
Diesel power company Royston has introduced a new engine diagnostics, health check and consultancy service to add to its traditional marine engine service and repair business, investing in new technology and equipment, and enhancing its software capabilities to provide analysis of engine and condition monitoring data.
Royston reports that it has developed a new auto-mode detection capability for its enginei fuel management system, to assist in more accurate reporting of fuel consumption and vessel emissions.
Royston Limited reports that it has won a contract to fit its Enginei fuel monitoring system on ten vessels for Scottish islands ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) in the UK, as part of a ‘Project Ecoship’ policy to improve fuel consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Diesel power company Royston reports that its Enginei fuel management system is being installed on 25 vessels in Nigeria, with a similar number of additional installations planned for the coming months.
Royston Diesel Power has launched a new version of its Enginei fuel management system, increasing the range of fuel, engine and voyage data used for onboard and shore-side analysis and optimisation.
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