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Future of Lloyd shipyard assured

BREMERHAVEN. In March the management of the Lloyd shipyard in Bremerhaven withdrew its application for bankruptcy. The path was then free for the handover of the shipyard to the Bremerhaven-based Rönner Group, which is rooted in shipbuilding, and to the Gustav Zech Foundation in Bremen that has a robust shipping division. Each has a fifty per cent stake in the company and are the new owners. “I am pleased that we managed to secure the future of the Lloyd shipyard”, said Dr Christoph Morgen, who represents the previous ownes of the Lloyd shipyard.

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