PME Power Systems partner with Nanni

PME Group at Seawork 2017

PME Group are proud to announce their recent appointment as the UK importer for Nanni Silver Series range of engines. Nanni are well known in the industry for quality, named as one of the top three brands for inboard diesel engines in the world.

PME Group have represented MAN in the UK for over 20 years and were appointed the Marine Importer for MAN Marine last year. This year they have expanded the range of engines they offer by forming a new partnership with Nanni.

Established in 1952 Nanni have grown to become experts in marinization. In 2014 Nanni signed an agreement with John Deere to marinize their base engines and create the Silver Series, giving them access to a range of engines from 400 – 800hp.

All three of the Silver Series engines, namely the N6.405, the N9.600 and the N13.800 are marinized John Deere six-cylinder engine bases of 6L, 8L, 9L and 13L respectively. The choice of Common Rail allows high-pressure injection of fuel, allowing the engine to maintain optimal performance as well as being user friendly.

Thanks to the Nanni engineers, the marinization has been designed for maximum efficiency. The cooling systems, monitoring systems were revised and several adaptations with various gearboxes were developed.

Creating compact, lighter engines with optimized ratio weight/power, the Silver Series are perfectly adapted for both pleasure vessels and commercial applications.

These engines are available in compliance with EPA Tier 3 emissions standard and available with the new Nanni package of electronical control systems and joysticks.

As well as the Silver Series, PME will also be offering the full line of Nanni generator sets, with an output ranging from 5-300kW. Based on the popular Kubota design, the Nanni generator range is known for its reliability and benefits from worldwide parts and service support.

To support their partnership with Nanni, PME Group are delighted to announce that they will be welcoming on board Martin Jackson, formerly of MIT, whose expertise in the industry will be a valuable asset as we launch this exciting range of products.

PME Group found Seawork 2017 so successful that this year it has invested in not just one stand - but two!  This year the company are delighted to represent both MAN, as their UK importer, and Nanni, as their importer for the Silver Line engine range.

Jade Chalk, Commercial Director at PME Group, said ' Exhibiting at Seawork has proved to be very rewarding. Many of our clients either visit or exhibit at Seawork, giving us the opportunity to spend quality time with them away from the strictures of a normal busy work day. We have also found it an excellent venue for establishing personal introductions to new customers.'

Visit stand PB1 for MAN/PME or stand PB57 for PME/Nanni

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