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Long Lasting, Fuel Efficient Diesel Engines

GE's Marine Solutions is dedicated to power and propulsion systems for customers in the workboat, merchant, offshore and naval industries. Smart engineering coupled with software analytics, we provide customers with data-driven efficiency. Connecting the physical and digital worlds, GE helps power, propel, position and predict the marine industry for operational excellence.

For more than 40 years, GE has been a world leader in manufacturing medium-speed diesel engines. Our engines meet the latest emission requirements for EPA Tier 3, Tier 4i and IMO Tier II and Tier III and are backed up by an extensive parts distribution and service network.

GE’s engines are dependable, long-lasting, durable and efficient. More than 15,000 are in operation worldwide in some of the most challenging industrial environments, including tugboats in Turkey, fishing vessels in Peru, offshore construction vessels in Norway and ferries in the USA. Engineered for dependability, GE engines deliver the lowest life cycle costs and best-in-class fuel efficiency on the market today.

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Just ask our customers. When we asked Robert C. Dorn, CEO of Hyak Maritime, about the fuel economy of GE engines, he replied, “Best that I have witnessed in 35 years.” For example, “One of our customers made long international voyages to Africa in 2014 and relayed that daily fuel consumption was 2700 gallons. They had planned for 5000+ gallons per day based on decades of similar tows with EMD powered tugs.”


The John Finn (DDG 113) destroyer was delivered to the United States Navy by Huntington Ingalls Industries on December 7, 2016, the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Powered by GE’s Marine Solutions’ LM2500 marine gas turbines, the ship’s namesake helped shoot down Japanese warplanes during the attack and was the first Medal of Honor recipient of World War II. 

  • Durable, Dependable Medium-Speed Engines

    GE's Marine Solutions family of medium-speed diesel engines deliver continuous power and feature a high-capacity turbocharger, efficient combustion design, electronic fuel injection and can be integrated into marine and stationary systems to meet strict emissions levels. Currently operating in some of the most challenging industrial environments worldwide, GE’s engines are dependable, durable and efficient.

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GE's Marine Solutions is at the forefront of emissions reductions with its breakthrough non-SCR diesel technology that requires no urea-based after-treatment. 

Get a list of GE Transportation's pdf2016 GE's Marine Solutions/Stationary/Drill Active 3rd Parties. A map of their locations can be found pdfhere.

GE has been designing and building high-performance diesel engines for more than 40 years.

GE’s new L250 inline engine offers a streamlined design that is fuel-efficient and delivers continuous power from 1498 to 2330 kW.

After an 8-year investment, GE introduces non-SCR diesel technology that reduces key emissions by more than 70%, enabling in-engine compliance with upcoming EPA Tier 4i and IMO Tier III emission standards.

Parts & Services

Both GE and GE competitive products can be ordered on line through our customer web center (CWC). The CWC allows you to order, obtain quotes and availability of GE's full range of parts and components. The CWC is available to registered customers. Please contact your GE Sales Manager for further details.

GE is the largest supplier of EMD compatible products and components for the Marine and Stationary industries.

Marine Class Certifications:

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