Marine engine

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(Mech.) a steam engine for propelling a vessel.

See also: Marine

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He said providing marine engine services in Duqm make sense for the company as lots of container carriers and other marine vehicles already have MES engines.
Following the spin-off, Brunswick, comprised of the Marine Engine and Boat segments, will remain a global leader in recreational marine products.
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The engines sold immediately and Kiekhaefer suddenly found himself in the marine engine business.
DoAuA Otomotiv represents 15 international brands - including Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini, Bugatti, SEAT, Skoda, Scania, Krone and Meiller - in the passenger car, light commercial vehicle, heavy transport commercial vehicle and industrial and marine engine segments.
It is also the Turkish representative for VW Marine and Scania Engines in the industrial and marine engine markets and Thermo King brand in thermal control systems.
Although it appears that the company's earnings for the fiscal year ended 31 March 2010 remained at a lower level, its earnings for the fiscal year to 31 March 2011 are expected to recover on the back of sharp recovery of demand for small-sized engines and a large backlog of orders in its large marine engine business.
The Cat C18 ACERT is an 18.1 L inline, six-cylinder, four-stroke marine engine. It has a new EPA Tier 2-compliant E-rating and an output of 1150 hp at 2300 rpm.
said Monday it has reached an agreement with a Finnish marine engine maker to jointly develop small, low-speed engines for vessels.
Mercury Castings, a division of Mercury Marine, casts marine engine components, as well as custom components for external non-marine customers.

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