Imtech Schiffbau-/Dockbau¬technik, headquartered in Hamburg/Germany, will open a new Service Branch Office in the USA in May 2010. The branch will offer the full range of mechanical Imtech Services, e.g. HVAC Conversions, Maintenance, and Spare Parts. Refurbishments for Chillers and Compressors will be done in Imtech’s own workshop. The office will be located in the Ft. Lauderdale Branch of Imtech Marine Group’s subsidiary Radio Holland USA.
“With our new office we can now much better support Cruise Operators with spare parts, maintenance and conversions. In Ft. Lauderdale, our team is close to many of our customers, and will be a direct point of contact for Superintendents.” says Thomas Arlit, Managing Director Imtech Schiffbau-/Dockbautechnik, “Based on the experience of installing HVAC Systems on more than 20 new Cruise Ships since 1988, and many refurbishments, we are able to provide lifecycle-services for Imtech and non-Imtech Systems.”
Imtech Marine Group – Partners in Technology
With annual revenues of more than 500 million euro and 2,400 employees, Imtech (Imtech Marine Group) is one of the strongest players in the global maritime market, operating as a full-service provider of integrated solutions for platform automation, propulsion (including electric propulsion), energy generation/distribution, communication/navigation, integrated ship’s bridges, air conditioning & climate technology and multimedia/entertainment. Imtech operates a global service network of more than 70 offices in 21 countries along the world’s shipping routes and near major shipbuilding centres.
For decades, Imtech has been a leading, innovative partner for HVAC technology aboard ships, both for new-build projects as well as conversions, maintenance and services. Imtech is the European market leader in full-scope HVAC solutions aboard large cruise ships. In the Naval world Imtech has worked on HVAC technology on board German, Dutch, English, Spanish, Polish and Australian frigates, supply ships and corvettes. Imtech is currently working on sustainable HVAC technology on board four new German F125 frigates and two Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carriers for the UK Navy.