Volvo Penta launches CPCB II compliant power generation engines

During his maiden visit to India, Volvo Penta President launched two new genset units
With the CPCB Stage II coming in to force, Volvo Penta has launched two new 16-liter Volvo Penta genset units.
The new engines – TWD1652GE and TWD1653GE engines – claim to be durable and robust for optimum uptime. Also claimed to offer low fuel consumption and low total cost of ownership.
According to the company, “A smaller engine design often means easier installation for OEMs. The Volvo Penta CPCB Stage II engines have the same installation footprint as the current engine for minimal customer impact.”
Commenting on the launch of new products, Volvo Penta President Björn Ingemanson said, “By expanding our range of products suited to the Indian market, we are demonstrating our long-term commitment to this market and to our OEM partners.”  
Volvo Penta is a global player in the off-road and powergen engine business, with a dealer and aftermarket network spanning 130 countries. Volvo Penta is already active in India with 5- and 8-litre base engine production taking place at the Volvo Eicher joint venture factory in Pithampur for markets with Tier 4 final requirement. 

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