YANMAR Breaks Ground on US Training Center
Federal, state and local officials joined together with YANMAR America and its honored guests on November 16, 2016 to officially break ground on the new YANMAR America Training and Experience Center located in Acworth, Ga. “Customer service is a top priority for our company,” said Kengo Shibata, General Manager of the Global Customer Support Division with YANMAR Co., Ltd. in reference to the need for the new facility during his speech to those in attendance at the ceremony. YANMAR America has invested $20 million to acquire the 50-plus acres of land in Cherokee County to build its new 50…
Wallace Named Commercial Sales Manager, YANMAR America
YANMAR America has promoted Terry Wallace from his current role as Regional Sales Manager for the Industrial Engine Division to Sales Manager for the Commercial Marine Division reporting to Yutaka Tanno, Commercial Marine Product Manager, effective January 3, 2017. In his new role, Wallace will be responsible for developing and achieving the commercial marine sales performance goals and objectives by continuously driving sales growth through all channels, creating and implementing effective sales programs and working collaboratively with other staff members to achieve performance objectives.
YANMAR Expands Americas Distributor Network
YANMAR America’s Commercial Marine Division has made three new additions to its distribution network, Mack Boring & Parts Co., W.W. Williams and Antilles Power. Established in the 1920s, Mack Boring & Parts Co. is one of America’s leading distributors of marine diesel engines, including YANMAR’s pleasure marine product lines. For YANMAR’s commercial marine division they will support the northeastern United States, including Maine, New Hampshire, Rhoda Island, Connecticut, eastern New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, eastern Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina. W.W.
Yanmar Launches Commercial High-Speed Engines
Yanmar America Corporation of Adairsville, Georgia, has introduced a range of propulsion and auxiliary power High-Speed Commercial Workboat diesel engines. Offered in models from 350 to 1,800 hp (257 to 1340 kW), these powerplants open new commercial business opportunities throughout North and South America. Yanmar already dominates the commercial marine diesel engine sector in Japan and other Asian markets. The Yanmar high-speed diesel engines deliver the same renowned reliability, durability and efficiency for which Yanmar is known.
YANMAR America’s EPA Compliant Engine
YANMAR America’s EPA Tier III compliant commercial marine diesel engine is rated at 755 mHP and 1900 RPM. The new 20.38-liter 6AYAM-ET uses a fully mechanical control system for easy servicing and reliable performance. The four-cycle, in-line six-cylinder 6AYAM-ET offers several key features and benefits that make it a top choice for commercial vessel operators. The new engine is approved by various Classification Societies. www.global.yanmar.com (As published in the January 2015 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)
Yanmar Names US/Canada West Coast Distributor
Valley Power Systems has entered into a distributor agreement with Yanmar America Corporation for the sale and service of Yanmar’s commercial marine diesel engine line throughout the states of California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska, as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. In business for over 65 years, Valley Power Systems provides power and propulsion products for the commercial and pleasure craft marine industries from manufacturers such as MTU, Electro-Motive (EMD), Scania, Northern Lights, Technicold and now Yanmar Commercial Marine.
New YANMAR EPA Tier III Engine
YANMAR America introduced its new EPA Tier III compliant commercial marine diesel engine. Rated at 755 mHP and 1,900 rpm, the new 20.38-liter 6AYAM-ET uses a full mechanical control system. The class-approved four-cycle, in-line six-cylinder 6AYAM-ET offers low fuel consumption and a continuous rating suitable for river push boats, tugboats, trawlers and other applications with uninterrupted operations or load cycles. www.us.yanma.com (As published in the January 2015 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeReporter)
Miller Named Senior Manager for YANMAR Training Center
YANMAR America has named Tim Miller as the Senior Manager for the company’s new Training and Customer Experience Center currently under construction in Acworth, Ga. Miller’s more than 24 years of experience in learning development, training and equipment in the agriculture, mining and construction industries make him a valuable addition to the company. In his new role, Miller will be responsible for the direction and delivery of innovative, solutions-driven learning across all business units and aspects of the company.
YANMAR America Acquires Land for New Training Facility
YANMAR America, a global manufacturer of advanced performance Industrial and Marine Diesel Engines and Generators; Compact Construction, Agricultural and Utility Task Vehicle equipment and gas engine based Energy Systems, is excited to announce that it has invested $20 million and acquired 50-plus acres of land in Acworth, Georgia to build a new training and customer experience facility. The new facility is slated to open in August 2017 with an official groundbreaking ceremony at the site on November 16, 2016. “YANMAR is proud to continue our investment in the North American market.
YANMAR Debuts EPA Compliant Commercial Engine
YANMAR America has introduced its new EPA Tier III compliant commercial marine diesel engine. Rated at 755 mHP and 1,900 RPM, the new 20.38-liter 6AYAM-ET uses a fully mechanical control system for easy servicing and reliable performance, the manufacturer said. The class-approved four-cycle, in-line six-cylinder 6AYAM-ET offers low fuel consumption and a continuous rating suitable for river push boats, tugboats, trawlers and other applications with uninterrupted operations or load cycles.
New Yanmar 12AY Diesels Offer simple Maintenance
Renowned worldwide for reliable, durable and efficient powerplants, Yanmar America now offers the 12AY series High-Speed Commercial Workboat diesel engine. With easy installation and maintenance, the purpose-built 12AY is ideal for offshore support vessels, ferries, tugs, commercial fishing craft and other demanding applications. A key element of the improved performance and efficiency is a new staggered injection nozzle and patented combustion chamber design. They allow a very wide rpm range with low fuel consumption and emissions.
Engine Providers Power Operators' Profits
With an eye towards environmental compliance, operational efficiencies and the bottom line, the Marine News top propulsion providers touch all bases. Sitting down to select the best engine and propulsion manufacturers in the workboat marine space isn’t necessarily the easiest task in the world. Nor is it a linear exercise. On the other hand, these Marine News featured firms – Caterpillar Marine, Volvo Penta and Yanmar – all have more in common than you might think. With a laser focus on their collective customer’s bottom lines and addressing that concern through technology…
YANMAR's New EPA Compliant Commercial Engine
Installed and on the water, Yanmar’s 6AYA-ET engines are already providing value on the U.S. Gulf Coast. This fully mechanical engine is anything but low-tech. More than 60 years of worldwide experience plus an engine designed specifically for the United States market has made a winning combination for YANMAR’s new EPA compliant commercial engine application. The Push boat Sherry L, owned by E Squared Marine Services, LLC from Texas and repowered by Laborde Products, now operates even more quietly and with better fuel consumption thanks to its new 6AYAM-ET engines.
Change of Management at Yanmar
Having reached the age of retirement, Geert Jan Mantel will resign from his position as President of Yanmar Europe B.V. as per June 30, 2014, a position he has occupied since April 1, 2002. He will simultaneously step down as Managing Director of the Yanmar Co. LTD Board of Directors in Osaka, Japan. He has served as a member of the Board since June 2009. Mantel will take the position as Corporate Advisor for the three newest 100% Yanmar owned subsidiaries in Europe, namely Yanmar Construction Equipment Europe S.A.S. of Saint-Dizier in France, Vetus B.V.
Extended Warranty from Yanmar for Sailboat Engines
Yanmar Marine International B.V. has introduced an extended 3 years’ period of YANMAR Limited Warranty for Sailboat Engine Models. This extended warranty of 3 years is offered to owners of specific YANMAR marine engine models which will be used for private and personal pleasure use only. For the first retail purchaser on or after July 1, 2015. · YANMAR 4JH45, 4JH57, 4JH80 and 4JH110: For the first retail purchaser of all engine serial numbers regardless the production date. We…
Yanmar Launches New Diesel Outboard
Following its agreement with German manufacturer Neander Shark for exclusive global distribution of the Dtorque 111 twin-cylinder 50 hp diesel outboard engine, YANMAR MARINE INTERNATIONAL (YMI) has announced the official launch of this new propulsion product. The compact Dtorque 111 is designed to revolutionize the small workboat market where its expected lifespan of well over 10,000 hours at least doubles that of any comparable outboard gasoline engine. The Dtorque 111 offers a smooth and quiet diesel engine, delivering 50 hp at the propeller with a torque output of 111 Nm at 2,500 rpm.
Yanmar Repower Spells Fuel Savings
The rising cost of diesel fuel can significantly cut into commercial fishing profits, especially with an inefficient engine. But Mazatlan businessman Jesus Loya realized a nearly $60,000 annual fuel savings after repowering one of his fishing vessels with a new Yanmar diesel. His 69' Rio Elota now stays at sea longer and benefits from fuel savings of over 15% with a Yanmar 6AYM-WST turbo-charged direct injection engine, Yanmar said. With more than 23 years of industry experience…
Yanmar, VETUS Cooperate Under Separate Names
On April 1, 2013, VETUS joined the Yanmar group. Immediately after the acquisition both parties started working closely together on a project with the objective to realize a brand and distribution strategy for both Yanmar and VETUS. In December 2013 the results of this project were presented to both Yanmar and VETUS sales and distribution networks. The most important conclusion is that both brands, VETUS and Yanmar will remain as two separate brands, for both the marine engine range as other systems. VETUS products will not be relabeled as Yanmar, or vice versa.