Bundled offer: Marine technology and service on a new level

Mar 10 2022


After more than two decades of strategic partnership, the renowned company SAACKE GmbH integrates Scandinavian Boiler Service (SBS) and SAACKE Marine Systems under one roof.

The reasons are due to changes in the global marine business and the associated higher expectations of the supplier industry. Thus, the technologies for the marine sector as well as the associated services will continue to be offered from a single source, but more comprehensively than before.



The Bremen-based developer and manufacturer already supplies safe, environmentally friendly, and energy-efficient firing systems for seagoing vessels, offshore facilities and LNG tankers. The portfolio includes development and construction of new plants and retrofits in the areas of marine boiler, burners and firing systems as well as gas combustion units (GCU).



The merger gives SAACKE's marine division a stronger and broader position vis-à-vis customers and partners. Matthias Tietjen, Head of the SAACKE Marine Systems business unit, explains: "This decision was the logical step in order to be able to present ourselves successfully and unitedly on the global market with the entire product and service portfolio of both previous companies. From now on, lifecycle solutions for all SAACKE systems can be offered holistically and globally both on board ships and offshore facilities as well as alternative system suppliers. This means more than ever: everything comes from one company – everything from one source!"



The declared goal of the shipping industry is to make the future less emission-intensive and to be able to guarantee CO2-neutral ship operation as quickly as possible. Within the framework of its climate strategy, SAACKE is focusing on the further development of combustion technologies for the clean use of conventional and alternative fuels.



SAACKE GmbH specializes in efficient, clean and safe thermal processes and plants in the industrial and maritime energy management sector and is one of the world market leaders in this field. The medium-sized family-owned company was founded in 1931 and employs a total of around 1,000 people, including a good 400 engineers and technicians. It has production sites in several countries and a global service and sales network. Headquarters, research and development are located in Bremen.

 

 



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