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SMM 2018

Discover the MTU solutions for the future of the maritime industrie MTU presented at SMM international maritime trade fair from 4 - 7 sept 2018 in Hamburg. 

Integrated bridge concept

MTUs new integrated bridge concept forms the central point of access to all information that is crucial to safe and efficient ship operation.

Hybrid systems for ships

As of 2020, MTU will launch a range of completely integrated MTU hybrid ship propulsion systems onto the market. 

MTU ahoy!

MTU marine engines operate worldwide. Click on this interactive map and find out where these engines operate.

MTU Marine Service 4.0

Rolls-Royce Power Systems is strengthening its activities to expand the digital services for the customers.

Impressions from MTU @ SMM2018

MTU at SMM 2018

MTU will be presenting new hybrid propulsion solutions and the new service strategy. 

Marine Hybrids

Lower carbon emissions are only one advantage of hybrid marine propulsion systems.

Electrifying the diesel

Dr. Peter Riegger, head of the Engineering Development Studies unit, on the future of off-highway-propulsion. and drive technology.

Goodbye turbo lag!

Electrically assisted turbocharging to develop engines that deliver increased agility and lower consumption.

Go! Service

Digital offerings enhance the service experience.

Ready for operation

Red Jet 7, the newest fast ferry run by UK operator Red Funnel, will enter service in July.

Energy turnaround

Greenhouse gas emissions in international shipping are to be reduced by at least 50 per cent by 2050.

MTU powers Significant Boats

Every year, WorkBoat magazine chooses ten Significant Boats. Three of them are powered by MTU engines. 

IMO Tier III certificated

The latest generation of MTU’s Series 4000 engines equipped with the SCR system has successfully completed the IMO Tier III certification tests.