Stena Line superferries implement online engine monitoring

Stena CEO, Dan Sten Olsson (front, blue helmet) and Stena Line technical director, Bjarne Koitrand (white helmet) pictured in Augsburg during a tour of the local MAN PrimeServ facility Stena CEO, Dan Sten Olsson (front, blue helmet) and Stena Line technical director, Bjarne Koitrand (white helmet) pictured in Augsburg during a tour of the local MAN PrimeServ facility

MAN Diesel & Turbo reports that it has signed a contract with Stena Line to provide its online monitoring service to two vessels, the Stena Hollandica and Stena Britannica passenger-and-vehicle superferries that sail the daily route between the Hook of Holland and Harwich, each of which are powered by four MAN 48/60CR engines.

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