New Head Office for GL

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

During the past three weeks, the Hamburg staff of Germanischer Lloyd (GL) - numbering more than 1,600 - have moved to the new Head Office at Brooktorkai 18 in Hamburg's HafenCity district. With this relocation, the company is bringing 14 separate sites in Hamburg together all under the same roof.

At its new Head Office, the globally active technical assurance and consulting company and ship classification society will concentrate and focus its business segments Maritime Services, Oil & Gas and Renewables. From the Head Office in Hamburg, GL directs a worldwide network of currently 6,800 engineers and experts in over 80 countries.

The new GL Head Office spans two construction sites offering an office space of 45,000 m² - equivalent to seven soccer fields. The new building was designed by the architectural offices gmp and Jan Störmer.

New address:
Germanischer Lloyd AG
Brooktorkai 18
20457 Hamburg
Germany

The telephone and fax numbers as well as e-mail addresses will remain the same.

(www.gl-group.com)

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