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MacGREGOR now offers worldwide maintenance and after salessupport for air-conditioning equipment and systems sold by specialist company KojaEngineering

MacGREGOR Passenger Ship Division has signed aco-operation agreement with air-conditioning specialist Koja Engineering Ltd, based inFinland. Using its worldwide network, MacGREGOR will market and provide maintenance andafter sales support for air-conditioning equipment and systems sold by Koja Engineering orits affiliated companies. In co-operation with Koja Engineering, MacGREGOR will alsosupply customers with systems from other makers, with qualified after-sales support.

Koja Engineering is part of the Koja Group, a diversifiedcompany offering products and services applied to air conditioning and electricalcontracting, with more than 60 years experience. Koja Marine, also part of the KojaGroup, specialises in the design and implementation of maritime air-conditioning systems.

Koja Marine scope of supply encompasses HVAC(heating, ventilation, air-conditioning) design for the complete air-conditioning system,electrical and automation design, and material deliveries: air-conditioning units andfans, cabin supply and exhaust units, air devices for public areas, cabins, USPH-areas andspecial spaces, as well as ventilation for machinery and cargo hold areas. KojaMarine services also include commissioning and training, and after-sales serviceswith maintenance and spare parts.

Recent Koja Marine passenger ship orders include AC systemsfor five 85,700gt Spirit-class cruise ships being built by Kvaerner Masa-Yards forCarnival and its affiliate Costa Crociere: Costa Atlantica, delivered last year,and its sister ship; Carnival Spirit, due for handover in April, and CarnivalPride, Carnival Legend, and Carnival Miracle. AC installations are alsoon order for the fourth and fifth ships in Royal Caribbean 137,300gt Voyager-classfrom the same shipbuilder; and Sea France 34,000gt ferry newbuilding on order atAker Finnyards.


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