|A toast to PrimeServ launch in BC|
MAN Diesel is of course well known has being a major supplier of Diesel engines worldwide; two strokes and four strokes. With its roots dating back to 1758, in Bavaria, Germany, M.A.N., which stands for Machinefabrik Augsburg-Nurnberg, is home to the birth of the Diesel engine. In 1893 Dr. Rudolph Diesel started developing the novel prime mover in MAN's workshop in Augsburg. The Diesel engine is now a central part of our daily lives, playing a major role in efficiently providing power for numerous applications, at sea and on land.
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If you have an engine, turbo or propulsion equipment built by MAN, or originally supplied by Burmeister & Wain (B&W), SEMT Pielstick, Mirrlees, Ruston, Paxman, Alstom, Blackstone, Napier, Alpha, Holeby, and more, then MAN's PrimeServ is your OEM point of contact.
On the west coast of Canada, Riseley D'Souza will head the regional office, based in Victoria, with a workshop at Point Hope Shipyard, and an office on the mainland, in Richmond. On the East Coast, the office and workshop will be based out of Halifax, under the leadership of Pierre Poulain. Central Canada will continue to be serviced by MAN Canada's PrimeServ office in Oakville, soon to move to Burlington; experienced deep sea engineer Kamen Stoykov is your "go to" guy there.
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You can reach Riseley on the West Coast at 604 360 7834, or by email at email@example.com. Pierre's phone number in Halifax is 902 402 6445 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The main PrimeServe office in Canada is at 289 835 1010, or email@example.com. All three are experienced Marine Engineering peers and are easily approachable.