Monday, 11 January 2021

Marine Engines and Industrial Engines in South Africa

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Marine Engines and Industrial Engines in South Africa

With just one brand of engine, namely Detroit Diesel, and one gearbox brand namely Allison Automatic Transmissions back in 1965, Peninsula Power Products has grown into a successful multi-franchise supplier and service provider for the marine and industrial sector of the market, providing an extensive range of high-spec diesel engines, gearboxes, generators, and their all-important spares.

Peninsula Power Products: Power for Africa Since 1965

Surrounded by both the Indian and Atlantic oceans, South Africa boasts a vast coastline. And with a coastline like ours comes an equally vast marine customer base of fishing vessels, charter boats, ferries, patrol boats, and salvage vessels. Peninsula Power Products supplies main propulsion engines, marine gearboxes, and onboard marine generators to this market.

We don’t stop there; we also maintain municipal trucks, with our highly qualified technicians sporting years of experience we are able to offer unequaled after-sales service with all major diesel engine brands in the industry for both land and sea. We are also proud to be a supplier and servicer of a wide range of land-based gensets in South Africa, from 10kva – 1500kva.

Our premises in Paarden Eiland, Cape Town, houses two spacious workshops fitted and ready for every occasion, ample yard space, offices, and an extensive spares department. In Port Elizabeth, our branch is dedicated to servicing the chokka industry and other fishing sectors. We also service and maintain a number of National Port Authority vessels in the PE area.

Peninsula Power Products is fortunate to have a team of passionate directors, making it a hands-on owner-managed business. We employ an equally passionate team of 35 professionals, ensuring you and your machinery are in more than capable hands.

For more details, please contact us on the details below:
PHONE US: +27 21 511 5061
EMAIL US: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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