MAN Diesel & Turbo sees two core market drivers

In the years ahead, the essential market drivers can be boiled down to two, executive board member Wayne Jones tells ShippingWatch.

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Two main drivers will shape the engine market going forward, CSO and Executive Board member Wayne Jones, MAN Diesel & Turbo, tells ShippingWatch in an interview.

Obviously, it would be wrong to entirely disregard the impact of global growth and trade volumes. However, the prospects of the maritime engine production are first and foremost determined by two relatively new trends. Digitization and decarbonization.

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