Two companies from northern Germany are garnering attention with their proactive stance amid the push to beat the coronavirus: Bremen’s LOEWE MARINE GmbH & Co. KG, owner of LOEWE BIOSECURITY (established January 2019), and the TREOX Group from Landesbergen.
The novel coronavirus SARs-COV-2 poses major challenges for the shipping industry, particularly the cruise shipping industry. LOEWE MARINE, Bremen, is playing its part in the effort to master these challenges with a combination of hard-won experience and high tech.
LOEWE MARINE showcases the world’s first maritime disinfection robot in Oslo and launches new products to bring biointelligence to the maritime industry
As a working student enrolled at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Matthias spent six months at LOEWE MARINE where he developed a digital transformation strategy for the maritime industry.
LOEWE MARINE and its Korean partner MOVENA successfully complete second rudder system for high-speed RoRo ferry on behalf of Northern European customer.
The twin rudder system fully complies with all specifications.
After only eight days the rotary vane steering gear of a Korean-made steering gear was operational again, well short of the envisaged eleven-day timeframe.
Company now has a presence in Germany’s two biggest ports.
In the fall of 2018, LOEWE MARINE moved into its new office on the sixth floor of the Vespucci building in Hamburg’s Hanseatic Trade Center complex.
Hans Buch Marine, one of Scandinavia’s biggest maritime firms, has joined LOEWE MARINE’s international network of representatives. Hans Buch Marine is a division of Danish industrial company Hans Buch A/S and operates service facilities in Copenhagen (Denmark), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Singapore and Houston (USA).
Bremen-based LOEWE MARINE making a name for itself as integrated systems supplier in highly challenging market