New service agency focusses on "Green Shipping"

Mar 04 2021

Due to increasing demand for Green Environmental technologies in the maritime sector, TMS-Hamburg Technical Marine Services is spinning off its agency business into TMS Technical Marine Solutions GmbH.

With immediate effect, the new provider of Green technology solutions in maritime environmental protection is Hamburg-based TMS Technical Marine Solutions GmbH. The company offers innovative and customised systems, components and services for ship operations.
The newly founded company is called Technical Marine Solutions GmbH and serves over 100 shipping companies and maritime customers. With the spin-off, the management is reacting to the increased demand for environmentally friendly processes, systems and products. Due to the continuous tightening of international requirements and regulations in maritime environmental protection, the demand for sustainable solutions has increased significantly and will determine the technical specification of ships in the future.
In close cooperation with the international manufacturers and service companies represented by TMS Technical Marine Solutions, it is establishing itself as a specialised provider for operational improvements in ship operations and will develop, design and implement future proof environmentally relevant solutions for upcoming regulatory changes.
TMS Technical Marine Solutions GmbH exclusively represents Hyde Marine, Vickers Oils, Wågene Purifiner Technology and Rivertrace Engineering in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


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