Strategic Cooperation Between Two Major Manufacturers Of Marine Compressors In The World

- Dec 31, 2019-

TMC marine compressor company of Norway (TMC) and Sauer compressor company of Germany have recently reached a strategic cooperation agreement. The two sides will cooperate to provide products and services for the ships of offshore engineering, maritime and shipping companies.

TMC is the world's leading screw compressor supplier in the field of shipping and marine engineering, mainly manufacturing compressors in the pressure range of 1.5-20 bar in northern Europe. Sauer compressor is a leading multinational piston compressor supplier in the fields of merchant shipping, marine engineering and military ships. It mainly manufactures 20-500 bar high-pressure compressors in Czech and Germany. With its three-stage air-cooled starting air compressor, Sauer has been the global market leader in this field for many years.

Most ships need these two kinds of compressors to meet the demand of compressed air on board. Sauer compressor company said that after cooperating with TMC, the company will be able to provide shipyard and shipowner with a complete set of marine compressed air packs. It is expected that the two sides will work closely together. TMC's screw compressor is the perfect supplement of compressor products in the market of ship transportation, and it is confident to share Common prospect and value, cost-effective solution to customer needs.

TMC CEO per Kjellin said, "we will continue to provide our products separately, but this agreement enables us to cooperate more closely and cost effectively, which is very beneficial to shipyards and shipowners around the world, and we are very pleased to cooperate with Sauer and his famous German piston compressor series. "

For decades, both companies have sales and service outlets all over the world, and have been the first choice supplier of compressors in maritime, marine and shipping industries, mainly due to high-quality products, low energy consumption and low maintenance requirements, thus reducing the operating costs of ship operators and shipowners.

It is reported that the strategic cooperation agreement between the two sides does not need to be approved by the regulatory authorities.