PRESSRELEASE 29.01.2021: Frydenbø Industri AS delivers propulsion engines and generator sets to the maritime industry. They see Northwest Norway as a very attractive area for both motor sales and service activities.
Frydenbø Industri already have locations in Ålesund, Bergen, Oslo, Øksfjord, Havøysund and Norrkøping, Sweden. In order to better offer complete engine and generator solutions to the shipping industry, they are now also establishing a sales office at Borgstein in Ulsteinvik - together with other strong maritime players.
"We want to be closer to our customers and to assist in the maritime cluster in the Northwest!" says Are Davidsen, senior sales engineer in ship engines at Frydenbø Industri in Ulsteinvik. Are has a broad background as a machinist, and in recent years he has worked with ship design in Western Norway.
Frydenbø supplies ship engines and generator sets in the range from 734 kW to 10,000 kW, represented by Anglo Belgian Corporation, and from 95 kW to 1650 kW from the French manufacturer Baudouin. Frydenbø delivers i.a. ship engine and generator sets in the range from 734 kW to 10,000 kW, represented by Anglo Belgian Corporation, and from 95 kW to 1650 kW from the French manufacturer Baudouin.
ABC also supplies engines for pure hydrogen operations and as duo-fuel solutions with diesel / hydrogen.
In cooperation with ABC and Baudouin, Frydenbø delivers complete deliveries that comply with the strict environmental requirements with IMO Tier III.
Frydenbø Group is a family-owned group with five business units; INDUSTRY, CAR, PROPERTY, MARINE AND NXT. They rmploy a total of 550 employees, and sales in 2019 for NOK 3 billion. Strategic focus areas: customer travel, teams, profitability and sustainability. Vision: "We will create value through world-class quality and service".
Frydenbø Industri AS, is where the adventure began 104 years ago. The industrial group is one of Norway's leading suppliers of products and services to the marine / land-based industry. The head office is located on Hanøytangen outside Bergen, and had a turnover of NOK 400 million in 2019 and has 162 permanent employees. The company also owns 15.24% of Schottel Industries GmbH.
The group has delivered over 83,000 diesel engines in the Norwegian maritime market. Since 1993, Frydenbø Marine Industry has collaborated with FPT on the delivery of complete propulsion systems for smaller vessels. Larger propulsion solutions are delivered through collaboration with the engine suppliers ABC and Baudouin. Important revenue streams are service and delivery of parts to the professional maritime market, which are served from the locations in Oslo, Bergen, Ålesund, Øksfjord and Havøysund. In 2019, Frydenbø Industri established its own service office in Sweden.
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