Germany: HATLAPA MARINE EQUIPMENT Starts Production of Filters

HATLAPA MARINE EQUIPMENT Starts Production of Filters

HATLAPA MARINE EQUIPMENT, the OEM known for deck machinery, steering gear, compressors and flexible fleet support, has added another product range to its spare parts business.

HATLAPA FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY LTD has been established as a new subsidiary business within the HATLAPA group. Based in Limassol, Cyprus the company will supply coalescers and components for oily-water separators, lube oil and fuel filtration for various brands.

While this is a new venture for HATLAPA the team of marine engineers in Limassol has extensive knowledge of the filtration business gained over many years and will work hand-in-hand with HATLAPA’s Group Fleet Support network.

To ensure the high level of quality required by HATLAPA the company will maintain close co-operation with marine institutes and separator manufacturers.

The competitive pricing is supported by HATLAPA’s group logistics network with worldwide distribution for filters operated out of Singapore and Rotterdam.

Naval Today Staff , December 12, 2011; Image: hatlapa

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