PJ Diesel Engineering A/S

PJ Diesel Engineering A/S was established in 1978 and is a Danish engineering and reconditioning supplier of fuel injection and turbocharger parts for diesel and gas engines for ships, power stations and oil rigs.

They offer reconditioning of used or damaged components, as well as a comprehensive scope of standard replacement parts for turbochargers, fuel injection equipment, governors. They also recondition engine components, e.g. cylinder covers, cylinder liners, pistons, connecting rods and exhaust valve cages.
PJ Diesel Engineering A/S is the Danish representative of a number of internationally known high quality engine equipment suppliers, e.g. Woodward and RE governors, LEMAG measuring equipment and fuel conditioning equipment and WR Systems Emsys emissions measuring equipment.

Our expert engineers provide maintenance programs designed for your specific overhaul needs and we offer training of your crew as part of our client program service. We believe that high-quality reconditioning is an essential means to decrease costs and improve the performance and quality of your original components.

Focus on repair and product supervision is a fundamental element of our recycling strategy. At PJ Diesel Engineering A/S we are concerned about more and better environmental solutions. This includes offering engine condition monitoring systems, emissions monitoring systems and performance analysis.
It is our objective to continuously include forefront technology that improves environmentally friendly initiatives within our industry.

PJ Diesel Engineering A/S cooperates with a trusted international network of manufacturers and service stations to meet your acute need for replacement parts and services around the clock. Additionally, our warehouse facilities in Copenhagen harbor, close to Copenhagen Airport, stock a large number of parts for leading ship owners in order to secure fast and reliable 24 hour delivery 7 days a week.

Rasmus Elsborg-Jensen, General Manager, Marketing, IT, Admin & Innovation