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Hitzler Werft builds bunker station for Hoyer

Caption: Announced the order together (from left): the two managing directors of Hitzler Werft Kai Klimenko and Marek Klimenko with Michael Meyer (Managing Director Hoyer Marine GmbH) and Frank Mehl (Technical Inspector Hoyer Marine GmbH)

The Hitzler shipyard in Lauenburg is pleased to announce a new order. As has now been announced, it is to build a new bunker station for Hoyer Marine.

The new bunker station for Hoyer Marine will bear the name “Johannisbollwerk”. It will be built under the new building number S.838 from February 2024. According to the two companies, the 30-metre-long and 8-metre-wide station will be prominently located on the jetties opposite the “Cap San Diego” before the end of this year.

In future, the bunkering station will hold four tanks of 90 m³ each. These will also enable the bunkering of innovative fuels. The platform will also be equipped with a hall section in which greases, oils, etc. can be stored and dispensed.

According to the information provided, the bunker station will blend in with the appearance of the port. It is also prepared for solar energy and green roofs in the interests of sustainability. According to the two companies, port and government vessels in particular will continue to benefit from “the best service from Hoyer Marine” thanks to the new bunker station.

Hitzler Werft draws on experience

Preliminary planning for the new building began back in spring 2023 in collaboration with GUSPAF GmbH. The company has already supported Hoyer Marine in previous projects. The contract for the construction of the bunker station has now been awarded to Hitzler Werft.

“We are delighted to have been awarded this contract by Hoyer Marine. We can draw on our experience of comparable projects and thus present the customer with the best possible solution, which will ideally equip Hoyer Marine for the future. It is great to know that another newbuild from Lauenburg will find a place in the Port of Hamburg – and in such a prominent neighborhood,” said shipyard boss Marek Klimenko on the occasion of the announcement of the order.

Gaben den Auftrag gemeinsam bekannt (v.l.): die beiden Geschäftsführer der Hitzler Werft Kai Klimenko und Marek Klimenko mit Michael Meyer (Geschäftsführer Hoyer Marine GmbH) und Frank Mehl (Technischer Inspektor Hoyer Marine GmbH)
Announcing the order together (from left): the two Managing Directors of Hitzler Werft Kai Klimenko and Marek Klimenko with Michael Meyer (Managing Director Hoyer Marine GmbH) and Frank Mehl (Technical Inspector Hoyer Marine GmbH)

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