SaierNico chooses DEIF components for their top quality
DEIF products used in 95% of all SaierNico solutions
The innovative offerings from SaierNico include solutions for switchboards and automation systems integrating all systems in one solution. In addition, the company will soon offer complete Ship Intelligence Systems that enable shipowners to reduce lifetime costs and optimise operations based on data about every aspect of vessel performance – and DEIF components are playing a vital role in many SaierNico solutions.
“As of today, we have delivered switchboards for more than 4,000 vessels, and 95% of them are equipped with DEIF products,” says Chen Shi. Examples of ships with SaierNico switchboards include 2500TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) container vessels, a 208,000 DWT (deadweight tonnage) bulk carrier, government vessels and offshore engineering vessels.
Good technology, good quality, and good service
SaierNico selected DEIF to get the best products and the best support, and so far, the company has not been disappointed.
“It’s quite simple – good technology, good quality, and good service,” says Chen Shi. “DEIF is a professional and well-known brand in the global marine market and offers top quality products”. He adds that the main benefits to SaierNico of using DEIF components are one-stop shopping, easier integration, faster and more efficient builds, and the fact that all DEIF components come with a full range of marine approvals. Good product support is also very important to the Chinese market leader.
“We are very satisfied with the professional support from DEIF,” states Chen Shi. “We think that training, phone support, and efficient logistics are all very important”.
Chen Shi expects that DEIF components will play a role in the upcoming Ship Intelligence Systems soon to be offered by SaierNico. The collaboration between SaierNico and DEIF will also expand to cover other areas, notably because of the Chinese dual carbon policy which states that Chinese carbon dioxide emissions must peak before 2030, and the country must be carbon neutral by 2060.
“In the future, the cooperation between SaierNico and DEIF can expand from the low-voltage to the medium voltage field,” he says. “In response to the Chinese government’s dual carbon policy, we can cooperate on MV AMP projects, for example by supplying equipotential monitoring modules”.
In short, DEIF looks set to join SaierNico on their voyage towards a future of advanced control solutions and climate-friendly technologies in the marine business.