Royston diesel power has appointed a new agent for Malaysia, strengthening its presence in the electronic fuel management systems market (EFMS).
Kuala Lumpar-based Time Marine, a Petronas licensed vendor, will be responsible for developing business for enginei EFMS across the south east Asian region under the new agreement, which will include aftermarket sales and technical support.
The move will also see Time supporting enginei at several events and seminars in 2019 in Malaysia to showcase the technology’s benefits to existing and potential customers.
Royston is investing in developing its global EFMS business to support offshore vessel and workboat owners and operators looking to secure competitive advantages, while complying with IOC requirements in a changing environmental legislative landscape.
Installed as part of a comprehensive suite of advanced digital marine technologies, enginei is designed to offer fuel security and efficiency performance, tried and tested in some of the world’s most challenging environments.
It uses flowmeters and sensors to accurately monitor the fuel being consumed by a vessel’s engines. The data is collected, processed and relayed to bridge and engine room-mounted touchscreen monitors to enable the ship’s master to adjust vessel speed and take whatever other action needed to reduce fuel consumption.
Royston and Time Marine both have strong relationships in the marine technology sector and will be leveraging their combined experience and resources to secure further market share in the Malaysian region.
Damian McCann, regional sales manager, said Time Marine’s extensive regional network will drive enginei growth: “With a wide range of services and an excellent reputation, we look forward to working with Time to generating new opportunities and sales for both companies.”
Omar Khalid, Time Marine’s managing director, said: “We already undertake work for Royston through our subsidiary companies, sharing a strong commitment to engineering and technical expertise supported by the highest standards of customer service.”