In line with meeting such challenges, Neptune Lines has signed a three year Maintenance Management Agreement (MMA) to ensure that the Mediterranean and Black Sea short-sea car carrier operator can save both money and time.
The MMA agreement will cover eight car carriers within the Neptune Lines fleet, two of which feature TPL 77-type main turbochargers, while all eight feature variants of TPS 52-series auxiliary types.
The eight ships that will benefit from the MMA, Neptune Aegli, Neptune Dynamis, Neptune Iliad, Neptune Ithaki, Neptune Kelalonia, Neptune Odyssey, Neptune Okeanis and Neptune Thelisis, are part of a fleet transporting over 800,000 new vehicles each year. Service interruptions are simply an intoler- able interruption.
“With this agreement we expect to save money and time,” said George A. Kriezis, Technical Manager at Neptune Lines.
Under the MMA, Neptune Lines will receive an annual budget plan, service recommendations, and the best commercial terms on new Original Parts and a single point of contact at ABB Turbocharging.