Company Overview of Fairbanks Morse Engine
Fairbanks Morse Engine manufactures diesel engines and generator sets, dual-fuel engine generator sets, and OEM parts for stationary power generation and marine propulsion markets. It also provides remanufactured engines. The company also provides main propulsion diesel engines, ship's service diesel generators, and emergency diesel generators for marine power system applications. Fairbanks Morse Engine’s products are used in naval power applications; commercial power applications, such as peak shaving, emergency stationary power, standby stationary power, and black start; nuclear standby power applications; and locomotive power applications in municipal, hospitals, universities, nuclear, an...
701 White Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511
Founded in 1885
Key Executives for Fairbanks Morse Engine
Division President of Compressor Products International
Vice President of Human Resources
Vice President of Washington Operations
Vice President of Distribution, Supply Chain and Customer Care
Vice President of Marketing and Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Fairbanks Morse Engine Key Developments
Fairbanks Morse to Supply Propulsion Engines for First of U.S. Navy’s New Oiler Ships
Aug 1 16
Fairbanks Morse announced that it will supply the main propulsion diesel engines – with the latest in diesel engine technology – for the USNS John Lewis, the lead ship in the U.S. Navy’s new T-AO 205 class of underway replenishment oiler ships. The ship will be powered by two FM-MAN 12V 48/60 CR engines, which will be built by Fairbanks Morse in Beloit, Wisconsin. The engines, rated at just over 19,000 bhp each, will be equipped with common rail fuel injection and engine control systems, and will meet the latest emission requirements with an exhaust after-treatment system. Fairbanks Morse will also provide propulsion control systems, auxiliary equipment and commissioning services. The John Lewis is the first in its class and will be built by General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. (NASSCO) in San Diego. The ship is a double-hulled tanker that will be operated by the Military Sealift Command to support Navy surface ships operating at sea. Fleet replenishment oiler ships transfer fuel to surface ships and supply lubricants, fresh water and some dry cargo. Lewis class ships will replace the Navy’s fleet of existing single-hull tankers.
Fairbanks Morse Engine Wins $1.05 Million Federal Contract
Apr 8 16
Coltec Industries Inc. announced that dba Fairbanks Morse Engine won a $1,053,335.14 federal contract from the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command for crankshafts for main propulsion diesel engines.
Fairbanks Morse Engine Wins $9.89 Million Federal Contract
Dec 13 15
Coltec Industries Inc. dba Fairbanks Morse Engine, Beloit, Wisconsin, was awarded a $9,890,753 federal contract by the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command, Norfolk, Virginia, for the supply of MAN Diesel main engine parts to be used for the overhaul and repair of the main propulsion diesel engines of the USNS Henry J. Kaiser (T-AO 187) and the USNS Rappahannock (T-AO 204).
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