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Harren Group intensifies offshore energy

BREMEN. The renewable energy sector has become an increasingly important pillar for the Harren Group. The Bremen-based shipping group intends to expand its offshore segment, and took a step in this direction by rebranding its company SAL Renewables, founded in 2021 and affiliate of SAL Heavy Lift, to Atheleon in August. Heiko Felderhoff, Managing Director of the Harren Group and Atheleon said: “The time is right for us to continue our way in the offshore sector under a strong, new and independent name.”

Credits: HARREN-GROUP

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