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Used CTVs for new subsidiary

WILHELMSHAVEN. Since July, Jade-Dienst GmbH has bundled its maritime services at its new subsidiary JD Offshore, based in Wilhelmshaven and established by the parent company with the principal shareholders J. Johannsen & Sohn and Hamburg Lines Men. Among other things, JD Offshore offers so-called crew transfer vessels (CTVs) for transfer services to offshore wind farms. The company recently purchased and christened three used CTVs for these activities and now aims to develop a fleet of suitable watercraft and operate as a ship manager.

Credist: Jade Dienst

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