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POWER & PROPULSION countries, across ? ve continents, with capacity to produce

Scania USA 4,000 units per annum. And in 2020, the engine achieved

Scania U.S.A. Inc. is a subsidiary of the 130-year-old Sca-

EPA Tier 3 approval, giving Cox Powertrain the green light nia A.B. and one of the world’s leading manufacturers of to ship its production outboards to the U.S. marine and industrial engines, trucks and buses. In 2020,

Scania delivered 11,000 marine and industrial engines, 5,200 buses, as well as 66,900 trucks to their customers.

Marine Jet Power

Net sales totaled nearly $14.37 billion, of which over 20%

Marine Jet Power (MJP) was founded in 1986 and de- livered its ? rst ever set of waterjets in 1987 to the M/S were services-related. Founded in 1891, Scania now oper-

Cinderella. Today, you can still ? nd the M/S Cinderella ates in more than 100 countries and employs some 50,000 operating in the Stockholm Archipelago. Nearly 35 years people. Research and development are concentrated in Swe- later, with original MJP waterjets still in operation, the den. Production takes place in Europe and Latin America 350-passenger ferry operates a daily schedule from Central with regional production centers in Africa, Asia and Eurasia.

Together with partners and customers, Scania is driving

Stockholm to Sandham Island in Sweden. Recent advance- a shift toward a sustainable transport system by offering a ments include the 2018 launch of the company’s next gen- eration of waterjets, the X-Series which earlier this year EPA Tier 3 solution to meet all requirements without the was expanded up to size 500, accommodating vessels up to use of after treatment. Scania engines are also suited for hybrid and diesel electric installations because of its high 40-meters in length or 2070 kW engine power. power-to-weight ratio.

For 35 years, MJP has designed and built the ? nest water-

Scania offers a complete marine engine concept to meet jet propulsion systems in the world. As a full-service propul- sion solutions provider, MJP provides world-class customer the toughest demands of reliability, performance and oper- ating economy. The Scania marine platform is comprised support from initial design and build to delivery and custom aftermarket solutions. The company’s diverse product line is of the powerful 16-liter V8 and the robust 13-liter inline engines. The 16-liter V8 engine ranges from 300 - 1,150 hp well suited for multitude of applications ranging from gov- for propulsion applications, and 430 - 596 kW for auxiliary ernmental, landing crafts and work boats to high-speed pas- applications. The 13-liter engine ranges from 250 - 925 hp senger vessels and luxury yachts. MJP’s duplex stainless steel, mixed-? ow waterjets, the CSU and DRB lines, are durable for propulsion applications, and 269 – 426 kW for auxil- and ef? cient and can be customized to project speci? cations, iary applications. Scania also offers a robust, IMO Tier II, 9-liter engine for continuous and intermittent applications. while the aluminum, actual-? ow UltraJet range is well suited for smaller applications. The newly designed X Series—now The 9-liter ranges from 220-400 hp for propulsion, and available in 400, 450 and 500—is the next generation of 199 kW - 323 kW for auxiliary applications. Engines rat- waterjet propulsion, combining performance and ef? ciency ings vary by emissions level. Scania’s latest announcement, resulting in a premium pump that provides more power in a the availability of its new powerful and lightweight range of engines – fully emissions certi? ed for the U.S. pleasure craft lighter unit, burning less fuel and extending range over com- parable alternatives. This completely re-imagines waterjet is market. A robust line-up commanded by a 900 HP, six-cyl- ushering in a new era of waterjet propulsion performance. inder, 13-liter in-line and an 1,150 HP 16-liter V8. Scania

Customers asked for speed and MJP delivered the X-Series. engines are all based on Scania’s state-of-the-art modular

With an optimized mixed ? ow pump capable of speeds in engine platform, which is used for marine, industrial, pow- excess of 50 knots. Built from duplex stainless steel this unit er generation, truck and bus applications worldwide. This unique concept with common components enables higher is stronger, lighter, more ef? cient and more corrosion resis- tant to keep vessels on the water and moving faster when availability, more cost-ef? cient production, simpli? ed ser- every second counts. The new 400, 450 and 500 X feature a vice and maintenance, and ef? cient training.

Of note, Spindletop, the largest all aluminum pilot boat fabricated aluminum intake, full classi? cation approval and built in the US., features QUAD Scania DI16 082M en- a PTO driven hydraulic pump. MN 11|

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