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Inhousetraining stärkt Partnerschaft

WILHELMSHAVEN. Since 1989, Turbo-Technik has been the official representative of the Japanese Kemel Group in Germany and provides shipping companies on its behalf with spare parts and related services. Turbo-Technik, based in Wilhelmshaven and a specialist for repairs of and conversions to merchant ships, has now expanded its service department and has taken on six young service technicians. These were trained in retrofitting and replacing shaft seals at the test premises in February by two Kemel experts that had been flown in from Japan especially.

Credits: TURBO TECHNIK

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