Short introduction


Technomarine Engineering B.V. is specialized in the exchange and repair of marine diesel engines, gensets and the related spares. We also provide technical assistance, on-site, worldwide. Besides being active in the maritime sector, Technomarine also provides services to other sectors such as industry, offshore, energy and government.

Problem resolving

By using innovative machinery and tools, we are capable of delivering effective problem resolving services. Some examples of our core competences:

  • Performing (environmental friendly) revision of 2 and 4 stroke marine diesel engines, if required on-site (worldwide). We recondition complete engine blocks including related spares such as:
    • Crankshafts
    • Bearings
    • Connecting rods
    • Piston rods
    • Pistons
    • Gaskets
    • Bushes / Sleeves
    • Camshafts
    • Valves
    • Pumps
    • Cylinder covers
    • Cylinder liners
  • We make use of a wide variety of revision techniques including:
    • Non-destructive crack inspection
    • Crack repair
    • Metal locking
    • Laser Alignment
    • Line boring
  • We recondition, modify and perform maintenance on diesel generators up to 2000 kVA. If required, including CE marking and/or certification
  • Together with our partner Spongejet we offer environmental friendly solutions for surface treatment.
  • Performing technical inspection on-site and or remote advice.

24/7 service

We are situated in Goes, The Netherlands. Our central location guarantees us of a prompt delivery to the ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp and Flushing (Vlissingen). If the required supplies are in stock, we can provide worldwide delivery within 48 hours. Technomarine Engineering B.V. has its own maintenance and 24/7 troubleshooting service team, which is being deployed all over the world.


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Technomarine has moved

01-03-2019 Technomarine has moved per March 1st 2019. Our new address is: Technomarine Engineering B.V. Heerenpolderweg 13 4471RV Wolphaartsdijk The Netherlands
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