Third vessel for Innoven Marine Service

Friday, 28 April, 2017 - 12:15
The “Lev Twister” is a dynamic positioning vessel of 75 m. Photo: Christian Eckardt, Maritim Publication / Innoven
The “Lev Twister” is a dynamic positioning vessel of 75 m.(Photo: Christian Eckardt, Maritim Publication / Innoven)

With take-over of the „Lev Twister“, Innoven Marine Service, based in Bremerhaven, Germany, took a third vessel under its management, which broadens the service portfolio of the shipping company noticeably.

The 75 m long Lev Twister is a DP vessel (dynamic positioning) with various additional equipment, which allows for a large variety of professional offshore services. A sustainable ships operation based on the „LEV philosophy“ will also be implemented on this vessel. “Lev Twister” shall be operated under German Flag like the two other ships of the INNOVEN fleet.

„The take-over of this vessel is the logical next step for further expansion of our company. We believe in offshore wind being part of the future energy supply and want to support with our vessels in making this energy sector a success.“, says company owner Rolf Rohden, Marine Engineer.

Volker Buddensiek / Innoven Marine Service

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