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Penguin International to roll-out enginei

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.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Penguin is building several of its Flex Fighter range of armoured security vessels for anti-piracy operations off the coast of Nigeria, as well as a group of Flex-42X multi-role crew boats for its own chartering operations in Southeast Asia.

The first four enginei installations have already been completed, with a further 12 units scheduled for supply and installation over the next few months. The systems are being supplied by Royston’s local distributors for the Malaya region, CAN Traders and Service.

“After extensive evaluation, we decided to spec enginei into our security boats and crew boats as a well-balanced EFMS solution for our owners,” said Penguin Group managing director, James Tham.

The enginei units include Corolis meters for the main engines and generators, providing real-time engine performance data which can be tracked against GPS, voyage details and operational modes.

“We are seeing a lot of interest in our technology from global builders and operators who want to achieve measurable operational and cost savings for their vessels,” said Sean O’Neill, Royston’s regional sales manager.

“We are delighted to be involved in a new relationship with Penguin, whose newbuild, ready specified solution for the Nigerian offshore sector is garnering considerable interest. Our success in securing specification demonstrates enginei’s feature-rich capabilities supported by excellent technical expertise.”{/mprestriction}

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