Ruysch International has started a new company together with market professionals for the engine type Wartsila 26. The new company name will be Ruysch26 and has officialy started February 2021. For all other engine types you can still contact us as usual at Ruysch International.
We are happy to inform you about our brand new items suitable for Stork Werkspoor SW280. We extended our stock with cylinder heads, connecting rods, pistons and fuel pumps. All genuine OEM quality. Please see the overview below for part information and quantity. We deliver directly from stock, with short delivery times at competitive prices.
From the 8th to the 10th of June the yearly Congreso Mexicano Petroleo (CMP) took place in Monterrey. CMP is one of the leading business events for the offshore and energy industry in Mexico. Ruysch Americas presented itself at the Dutch Pavilion of the Dutch Energy Association.
During the past year we have participated with 27 other companies and organizations in the pilot project regarding the 3D printing of spare parts. The project was launched by the Innovation Quarter, RDM Maker Space and the Port of Rotterdam. Lots of new and interesting experiences were gained, 3D printing proved to be a technology with lots of potential in the maritime industry.
We would like to take the opportunity to thank all of you very much for attending our stand at Europort 2015! We have most certainly enjoyed meeting you and we hope to have met your expectations and answered all your questions regarding our products & services!
This is the week of the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association. It’s a network consisting of only women who are working in the maritime industry. WISTA wants to inspire, energize, motivate, and educate women in the industry, to increase their competence and empower them in their careers. Marije Ruysch represents Ruysch International BV in Istanbul, Turkey. The photo shows the Dutch WISTA delegation. All in all there are 220 women from 36 countries.
Is 3D printing just a hype? Or can ship parts, which meet the high demands of the shipping industry, actually be printed? These questions will be answered during the project ‘3D printing of marine spare parts’, executed by a consortium of 27 port-related companies, including Ruysch International.
We attend the Bari-Ship 2015 exhibition on May 21-23 in Imabari, Japan. Benjamin Keers, our Manager Middle- & Far East, is ready to meet you at stand HO-02 in the Holland Pavillion. We look forward to meet you and inform you about the genuine spare parts for 4-stroke diesel engines we offer and about our new engine diagnostic system, REDS-Maritime.
We have again successfully proven that our processes and management systems fully lives up to ISO 9001 by passing the annual ISO inspection with no deviations raised. Our entire organization, including our workplace, key processes, systems and management were audited. Our organization focuses intensively on quality management and constant improvement of activities; a work which is again rewarded with a renewal of our ISO certification.
We are proud to inform you that we, Ruysch International, will expand our global network and establish a new sales office in Mexico City. The office will open as of January 2015 and will be run by René van Aart, in his new position as Managing Director Americas.The new office in Mexico will be positioned in the center of the capital and will be responsible for the local support of a growing customer base in the North and South American market. The service to our customers in the Americas is very important to us. Our goal is to develop our relation more intense and to extend our service possibilities. We have specifically chosen to establish an office in Mexico due to its central position in the Americas. We see this new opportunity as a possibility to further strengthen our relationship with our customers in the North and South American market.