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MIT and Veth Propulsion at Seawork

MIT officially launched Veth Propulsion at Seawork displaying a true to life Veth Integrated L-Drive propulsion model.

From 1st April 2019 MIT have been appointed by Veth Propulsion to represent their Azimuth Thruster and Bow Thruster portfolio within the UK and Ireland marine markets.

Established in Papendrecht in the Netherlands, simplicity and quality is at the core of Veth’s design and manufacturing, operating as a leader in exceptional (auxiliary) propulsion systems since 1951.

Acquired in 2019, Veth Propulsion now forms part of the Twin Disc Group of companies.

The dynamic partnership of MIT and Veth elevates bespoke propulsion with every application treated as an individual project, offering different drive options meeting the needs of specific build designs and vessel requirements whether the application calls for diesel-direct, diesel-electric / LNG-electric, hydraulic or a combination of these.

Veth Propulsion has solutions for vessels including; Inland marine, Dredging, Seagoing vessels, Passenger vessels, Offshore, Ferries, Workboats & Tugs, Megayachts, Navy, Fishery and Towboats.

John Logue, Managing Director, MIT said: “Our new partnership with Veth Propulsion enables us to offer the UK and Irish customer’s world-class thruster technology powered by diesel and renewable sources. This is a massive benefit to the UK and Irish markets and helps to provide a truly competitive and effective solution.”

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