ABB Turbocharging has agreed that a pair of Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) companies can access its turbocharging service stations; the companies will also share data and collaborate to develop new service products
Under the agreement, ABB Turbocharging has agreed to allow Hyundai Global Service (HGS) to access ABB’s international network of turbocharging service stations.
The partners will also share data, along with Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine & Machinery Division (HHI-EMD).
With the access to the turbocharger service stations, HGS said it can offer customers "lifetime service agreement(s)" that cover both engines and turbochargers.
In a statement announcing the partnership, HHI-EMD, HGS and ABB said they have agreed to share data in order to "facilitate the development of more data-based offerings" aimed at customers.
The offerings, the companies said, will be aimed at reducing customers’ operating costs and aiding them in lowering emissions by increasing engine efficiency.
In addition, HHI-EMD and ABB said they will collaborate to develop engine efficiency "upgrade" service offerings for HHI-EMD’s existing HiMSEN four-stroke engines.
“The strengthened relationship with HGS and HHI-EMD will enhance service options for customers of ABB turbochargers,” ABB Turbocharging head of global service Roland Schwarz said.