Imtech Marine Opens Office in Spain

(Press Release)
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Imtech Marine opened a new office in the Algeciras-Strait of Gibraltar region, Spain. The office is the 74th location in the global service network of Imtech Marine. All Imtech Marine offices are strategically located along major shipping routes and near major shipbuilding centres. From the new office Imtech Marine aims to provide 24/7 maintenance services to both locally operated vessels and international shipping lines. Imtech Marine will be offering services in various ports of Spain, such as Algeciras, Barcelona, Cádiz and Valencia as well as the nearby ports of Gibraltar and Tangier.
Mike Bauwens, Managing Director of Imtech Marine Southern Europe & Africa, says: “The new office in Spain fits in our new strategy up to 2015. The strategy includes our intentions to expand our global service network, with new offices planned in Asia Pacific, India, South America and the Mediterranean. Our strategy is clear: we want to be where our customers are and serve them on the spot. This is why we intend to keep expanding our global network.”

The office visiting address:
Edificio Azabache Centro de Negocios 1ª Planta
Parque Empresarial Marismas de Palmones
Ctra. Térmica s/n.
11379 Los Barrios, Cádiz

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