Unlike the much larger automotive engine sector, the marine engine industry is marked by a large number of manufacturers competing to fill the relatively small total volume of 150,000 inboard power units. This was particularly evident at the recent London Boat Show, where a score of engine makers and marine specialists displayed their wares. In most cases, the engines are truck or heavy vehicle diesels converted for marine use. Caterpillar, Cummins, Scania and Perkins are among the leaders ...

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