Engines for the shipping industry

It has not gone unnoticed that society currently is quite turbulent and affected by crisis – both in the form of supplier and product crises and most recently a new war in Europe. This has had a huge impact on companies and their supply chains. For the shipping industry, however, it is also a small advantage, as it has become easier for the shipping industry to find engines to use for the ships. Engines have become easier to find due to many shipping companies have gone bankrupt and therefore more ships than usual have been sent for scrapping. This results in a greater supply of used engines for the shipping industry.

At Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment, they have received an extra number of ships for scrapping, from which they have obtained engines. This also makes it easier for companies in the shipping and marine industry to acquire used engines for their ships and marine equipment.

And this is a great pleasure for the shipping companies that survive the crises. Unfortunately, many companies have had to go under and go home, which has created an even bigger market within recycling and used ship equipment.

Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment warehouse is of course very large, and not all goods are registered on the website. Therefore, it is best for you to contact the company or stop by Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment in Grenaa and take a closer look at the many engines the company has in stock.

However, it is not just because engines are easier to get hold of that it is good, the company dismantles ships and recycles engines. It is also a big win for the environment.

Metal and engines are recycled at Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment

The engines that arrive at Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment are mainly ships from the Nordic countries and the UK. That way, there are most likely engines that also fit your ships or marine equipment. But they have engines from almost all over the world, and engines that suit virtually all ships.

Fornæs, which is Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment, has the fine and up-to-date philosophy that the environment and scrapping are not two completely independent issues. They are inextricably linked. Since they, at Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment, have all the necessary environmental permits needed to be approved to dismantle and handle waste from the ships, they do so with great safety and consideration for the environment.

All the metals that are extracted from the ships that are scrapped are recycled and the waste that cannot be recycled after all is deposited or destroyed according to legal regulations. Engines are inspected and sold on, so that they get a new life again, in a new ship. It is recycling and recycling, which more people in society should do. You can see the entire range of engines and other ship’s equipment and read more about Northern Europe’s largest warehouse of used ship and marine equipment on their website.