Auramarine, Hagedorn pen agreement for fuel supply systems

Finnish fuel supply systems specialist Auramarine has signed a representative agreement with German Hagedorn Products & Systems and Hagedorn Service & Engineering for fuel supply systems.


Under the terms of the agreement, Hagedorn will serve as an official Auramarine representative for its fuel supply units.

This includes its conventional systems, as well as its methanol and ammonia systems. The new systems will be applicable for newbuildings, retrofits, commissioning, maintenance, and spare part services.

“We are delighted to embark on this journey with HAGEDORN as our official representative in the important German market. Their wide experience serving the maritime market and consultative approach make them an ideal partner for us as we strive to support the industry in meeting its current and future compliance challenges and decarbonisation targets in line with the energy transition,” John Bergman, CEO of Auramarine said.

“We are proud to sign this new agreement with Auramarine which brings to life our close collaboration over more than 10 years,” Olaf Hagedorn, CEO of Hagedorn Products & Systems stated.

“Additionally, Auramarine’s commitment to sustainability and environmentally friendly technologies helps us reach our customers’ sustainability goals. This complete package is what makes Auramarine an indispensable strategic partner.”

The agreement is expected to strengthen Auramarine’s presence in Germany, one of the largest shipping markets. The German shipping industry generates an annual turnover of more than €50 billion and creates 400,000 jobs directly and indirectly linked to the industry, according to Auramarine.

To remind, recently, Auramarine secured an order for a methanol fuel supply system and associated equipment for the Mein Schiff 7 cruise vessel owned by Germany-based cruise company TUI Cruises.

Auramarine’s equipment deliveries began in 2023 and continued over the spring of 2024.

Sea trials were conducted in May 2024, and the vessel is scheduled for delivery over the summer this year.

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Earlier on, the Finnish firm has been contracted to provide methanol fuel supply systems for three 15,000 dwt hybrid tankers for Swedish shipping company Terntank.

The ships are being built at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Yangzhou), with the first vessel of the series set to be delivered in March 2025.

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