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Engine manufacturers reject meeting to discuss test fraud

Maritime equipment association Sea Europe does not see a need to hold an extraordinary meeting about the test scandals at Wärtsilä and Man Turbo & Diesel. The chairman otherwise floated the idea back in March.

Kjeld Dittman er formand for brancheforeningen Sea Europe. Han er desuden CEO i Lyngsø Marine, som er ejet af finske Wärtsilä.

Maritime equipment association Sea Europe does not wish to hold an urgent meeting in the wake of test scandals at two prominent manufacturers of marine engines.

Chairman of the European supplier association, Kjeld Dittmann, had previously floated the idea to summon an extraordinary board meeting to discuss manufacturers' data manipulation during the testing phase.

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