• Oct 8, 2018

     

    This article has been reprinted from the September issue of PowerTALK, the monthly report of news and analysis produced by Power Systems Research.

    The Cannes Yachting Festival September 2018--The 41st edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival--the largest in-water European boat show, was held Sept. 11-16. Six days of the show were not long enough for more than 50,000 visitors coming from all over the world to see the 638 boats built in France and abroad (58%).

    Displayed were >Read more

  • May 18, 2018

    TOKYO--The Sea Japan 2018 Show (officially, the International Maritime Exhibition and Conference) held at the Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Center here April 11-13 drew record numbers of attendees and exhibitors, according to the show organizer, UBM Japan Co. Ltd. An estimated 21,000 attendees and 580 exhibors were expected at the show, officials said prior to the event. Official figures are not available at this time.

    Here are some of the highlights of the show:

    1. Many exhibit items emphasized and addressed environmental measures.
    2. There were more exhibitors from
    3. >Read more
  • May 11, 2018


    The expanded and updated MarineLink™ proprietary database of global boat builders developed by Power Systems Research is ready for distribution.

    MarineLink™ now contains data on more than 400 boat builders and marine OEMs in Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, and North America. It covers the power range from smallest sail drive at 10 kW to super yachts up to 10 MW.

    Launched in 1990, MarineLink™ originally included information on all types of European pleasure boats powered with an inboard, sterndrive or sail drive diesel engine (motor boats and yachts, sports cruisers, >Read more

  • Jul 28, 2017

    EAGAN, MN—Global marine outboard engine production is expected to grow by about 21,150 units, or 3%, in 2017, according to Power Systems Research (PSR), an international firm that tracks the production and use of marine engines and engine-powered equipment.

    While new engine production in the U.S., Japan, Thailand and China has not fully recovered to the 2014 level of engines produced, PSR and many industry experts see continued growth in the overall marine market.The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), which represents recreational boat, engine and marine >Read more

  • May 26, 2017

    Far East: Japan

    MAN Diesel & Turbo Expands Mitsui Pact

    This comprehensive agreement promises a unique product portfolio for these two firms, who are longstanding partners with multiple previous collaborations. They have now agreed to to extend their mutual activities initially to cover sales, production, R&D, and EPC (engineering, procurement, construction).

    PSR Analysis: The collaboration between MAN Diesel, a giant in marine diesel engines, and Mitsui Zosen, the top player in Japan's low-speed >Read more

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