MAN Diesel & Turbo: We'll be bigger in China

License agreements with major Korean businesses was the turning point for MAN B&W Diesel in South Korea. In time, however, China will be a bigger part of the Asian business, says Lars Bryndum, managing director of the company's office in Korea, to ShippingWatch.

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South Korea is an important market for many Danish subcontractors. And the country has also helped boost the growth of MAN Diesel & Turbo, the global market leader in two-stroke propulsion engines, says Lars Bryndum, managing director of MAN Diesel & Turbo in Korea, to ShippingWatch, in the airport in Beijing en route to the important shipyard city of Busan, South Korea. Three of of the world's biggest shipyards are found within a radius of approximately 60 kilometers from Busan: Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), and Samsung Heavy Industries, as well as countless subcontractors.

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