Dana Incorporated and Hydro-Québec last week announced a joint-venture partnership in which TM4 Inc., a subsidiary of Hydro-Québec, will become Dana’s source for electric motors, power inverters, and control systems.
New Brevini® winch launched at Intermat, Paris
Image courtesy of Caley Ocean Systems
This is, undoubtedly, a time of significant change and development for the UK’s marine and subsea industry, and it is also a time of growth and investment for Dana in the UK, building on their acquisition of Brevini last year. The Dana stand at Subsea Expo featured the HPV 310 proportional directional valve, and Dana’s team were on hand to highlight the range’s many features to potential new customers, as well as catch up with existing clients. Very well-received at the Expo, the specification and applications of the HPV range have generated new leads and enquiries for Dana, from a busy few days.
At the Subsea UK Awards, Dana were delighted when their customer, Maritime Developments Limited (MDL), won the Innovation & Technology Award, for their portable vertical lay system. Dana were privileged to have supplied the track drives and winches to MDL for this innovative product, and the team at Dana congratulate the company heartily on this prestigious win.
Commenting on Subsea Expo, Richard Haskey, Business Development Manager for Mobile & Marine Applications at Dana Inc, said,
“It has been a busy and successful exhibition, and it’s great to talk to our customers face-to-face about the changes and investment that the Dana brand brings to the Brevini offering and service that they already know. We are all delighted to see Maritime Developments recognised for their innovation and, having worked with them for some time now, we look forward to continuing our relationship, for continued success and further growth.’
For more information on Dana’s subsea and marine services and the Dana Brevini Motion Systems product range, contact Richard Haskey:
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With a long-established reputation for excellence, supplying gearboxes, winches and hydraulics to the marine and offshore sectors as Brevini UK Ltd, the company’s acquisition by Dana Inc. brings new investment and growth.
Tippler at Dana’s Warrington Service and Assembly Centre
Brevini products support a broad spectrum of fluid-power and power-transmission applications in asphalt and concrete production, civil engineering and infrastructure, marine and port equipment, material-handling, pulp and paper production, sugar refining and food processing, and mining and tunneling, as well as highly engineered components used in extrusion, compounding, and injection molding for plastic and rubber production.
When the Tower Bridge management team identified a problem with their bascule raise mechanical drives, they called on their controls specialists, Fairfield, who brought in Brevini to assess the situation. With many years of experience in the design and installation of gears and motors, Brevini work closely with Fairfield on a whole range of civil infrastructure projects, including maritime applications such as swing bridges and sluices.
The configurator provides at-a-glance, detailed technical information across the full range of geared motor products, and customers can set a whole range of parameters to quickly identify the most appropriate product from the Brevini Gearmotor range.