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Lloyd Werft promotes Norden

BREMERHAVEN. On 1 December, Friedrich Norden was appointed as co-managing director of the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven. Norden, who previously served as a project manager now joins Thorsten Rönner on the board of directors. Norden succeeds Carsten Sippel, who left the company, in order to pursue new professional challenges. “Despite the current difficult situation, I am convinced that Lloyd Werft will return to its former strength,” said Norden, and emphasised: “We will be reintroducing dockyard and ship repairs for all types of ships in order to achieve this goal.”

Credits: Lloyd Werft

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