ABB Turbocharging lands maintenance contract for Norway’s offshore

Offshore staff

HOUSTON Boa Offshore has chosen ABB Turbocharging’s proactive maintenance management agreement (MMA) for servicing of turbochargers aboard four of its vessels, ensuring on-time servicing at agreed prices with a minimum of administration.

The new MMA will last for three years and covers the servicing of turbochargers aboard four ships owned by Boa Offshore AS, a leading Norwegian operator of specialized vessels that include a fleet of offshore vessels for the oil and gas industry.

The arrangement comprises not only servicing of the ships’ turbochargers in Norway but also at any other location worldwide. The ABB turbochargers involved are six TPL65 units, four TPL67 units, and two type VTR250 units mounted on 3500 and 3600 series diesel engines from Caterpillar Marine.


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