The opening speech was held by the Local Business Unit Manager of ABB Turbocharging for Greece & Cyprus , Mr. John Smyrneos, who welcomed the guests and thanked them for their loyalty on ABB Turbocharging products and services. Keynote speaker of the event was Mr. Markus Rupp, Senior Regional Manager of ABB Turbo Systems / Switzerland, who also presented a paper entitled "Boosting Performance ".
After the end of the presentation guests enjoyed a guided tour to the history of technology and the 4 wheels evolution and had the chance to admire the private collection of more than 300 vehicles, from an 1895 fire engine from Hungary to a Ferrari 308 GTS of 1980! A dinner at the top roof of the Hellenic Motor Museum was followed and customers had the opportunity to come in contact with ABB experts from Greece, Cyprus and Switzerland, giving their thanks to the efforts made by ABB to keep them updated about the latest solutions and products of ABB Turbocharging.
ABB Turbocharging (www.abb.com/turbocharging) is at the helm of the global industry in the manufacture and maintenance of turbochargers for 500 kW to 80+ MW diesel and gas engines. Our leading-edge technology and innovation enables our customers to perform better and produce fewer emissions, even in the toughest terrains. Approximately 200,000 ABB turbochargers are in operation across the globe on ships, power stations, gen-sets, diesel locomotives and large, off-highway vehicles.
With over 100 Service Stations in 50 countries worldwide, we’re everywhere our customers need us to be, doing whatever they need us to do. We ensure that your investment performs optimally for its entire lifetime through unrivalled expertise and a wide service portfolio that guarantees Original Parts and Original Service anytime, anywhere.
ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 150,000 people.