Home-grown for price-sensitive Chinese market

Heralding a new dawn in the Chinese engine market, the CS21 marries high performance standards with necessarily keen pricing (photo: SMDERI)

David Tinsley explains how China’s increasing technological capabilities are being leveraged to develop and manufacture home-grown engines using localised components and tailored to and priced for the domestic market, complementing volume production of foreign-designed marine diesels.

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