Fincantieri Marine Systems North America, Inc. (FMSNA) is a U.S. corporation and part of Fincantieri Group of Italy. FMSNA offers products and services to the Department of Defense for use in homeland security and for commercial business alike.
FMSNA can supply complex turnkey projects perfectly in line with client requirements with invaluable after-sales service and logistical support. FMSNA brings experience and expertise in marrying propulsion and machinery systems to a ship’s hull form and offer the highest quality, “best value” to their clients.
As opposed to mere hardware vendors, FMSNA’s added value comes from being system engineers that will deliver a fully integrated package. FMSNA as “the propulsion plant integrator” will take full responsibility for the performance of the machinery and will be a single “go to” entity for all propulsion system issues.
We do it all: engineer, integrate, source, purchase, install, test, and deliver to satisfied clients all over the world. A brief overview of our offerings has been listed below:
Engineering: FMSNA has the program management, engineering and expertise required, and by teaming with partners, will be able to develop, integrate, maintain, and take full responsibility for the performance of the systems we provide.
Marine Systems: Isotta Fraschini Motori (IFM), FPT, Baudouin, and Alamarin-Jet Diesel Engines; Steam Turbines; Bow and Stern Thrusters; Fin Stabilizers; Propellers and Shafting.
Marine Components: Isotta Fraschini Motori (IFM) and FPT Diesel Engines; Steam Turbines; Bow and Stern Thrusters; Fin Stabilizers; Propellers and Shafting.
Service & Support: Training and Operation Service; Maintenance and Sustainment; Online Troubleshooting; Shaft Alignment Services; Shipyard Services; Manpower Support; 24/7 Technical Support; After Sales Support; Life-Cycle Support; Spare Parts Support; Condition Based Monitoring Services with Telemetry; Marine Ventilation Systems Maintenance.
Shipyard: FMSNA’s shipyard is located in Jacksonville, FL along the St. John’s River allowing for additional capacity and a large drydock to NE Florida.