Press

We do the media work for the German Maritime Centre. We are the contact point for journalists, press and public relations offices. We have overall editorial responsibility for the German Maritime Centre’s internet presence. We are responsible for supporting journalists and creating all the press releases.

If you have any questions regarding the individual projects and issues, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Dr. Regine Klose-Wolf

Dr. Regine Klose-Wolf

Head of Communications

Phone: +49 40 9999 698 - 51
E-Mail: Klose-Wolf[at]dmz-maritim.de

Rita Gwardys

Rita Gwardys

Communications Team Member

Phone: +49 40 9999 698 - 52
E-Mail: Gwardys[at]dmz-maritim.de

Press Releases

Challenges for the supply chains of the future

Challenges for the supply chains of the future

German Maritime Centre and Maritime Cluster Northern Germany host forum for industry dialogue

Future energy carrier for ships – German Maritime Centre presents fuel portfolio

Future energy carrier for ships – German Maritime Centre presents fuel portfolio

From fossil fuels to regenerative energy. An initial overview of the transformation of the German maritime industry.

German Maritime Centre announces competition

German Maritime Centre announces competition

Outstanding Academic Maritime Teaching” prize to be awarded.

Hydrogen-powered inland vessels

Hydrogen-powered inland vessels

German Maritime Centre presents pilot study and draft regulations.

Hydrogen study for maritime industry presented

Hydrogen study for maritime industry presented

German Maritime Centre presents overview on the current state of hydrogen technologies.

Due-date or offsetting model?

Due-date or offsetting model?

An analysis of the (legal) situation of import VAT levying procedures – an event with an interim report.

Maritime research and development is taking place across Germany

Maritime research and development is taking place across Germany

German Maritime Centre analyses participation of the German maritime sector in funded EU projects.

Compass and map – German Maritime Centre launches two online tools

Compass and map – German Maritime Centre launches two online tools

To strengthen the maritime sector, the German Maritime Centre has developed two new tools – the Maritime Map and the Maritime Funding Compass Europe. With both, we want to make the diversity of ...

Fuels & energy sources of the future

Fuels & energy sources of the future

How can the maritime sector contribute to limiting climate change? German Maritime Centre presents first interim results from studies on the fuel portfolio and hydrogen.

European Green Deal, retaining expertise and maritime sovereignty

European Green Deal, retaining expertise and maritime sovereignty

“Maritime Trends” lecture series on current topics in the maritime sector

Guidance for bunkering operations

Guidance for bunkering operations

German Maritime Centre presents “Guide to Harmonized Regulation of Bunkering of Alternative Fuels in German Seaports”.

Study on Offshore Test Centre for Marine Technology completed

Study on Offshore Test Centre for Marine Technology completed

Study provides overview of the international market environment for test centres in the marine technology market segment for testing innovative technologies.

The best lecturers and professors in maritime teaching

The best lecturers and professors in maritime teaching

German Maritime Centre honours the winners of the “Outstanding Academic Maritime Teaching” competition.

Competition: Outstanding Academic Maritime Teaching

Competition: Outstanding Academic Maritime Teaching

The time has come: the prizes will be awarded at the beginning of December.

Expert event on LNG bunkering regulations

Expert event on LNG bunkering regulations

Experts from various fields discussed a nationwide guideline for uniform LNG bunkering regulations.

Regulatory and fiscal policy measures in Asia during the Coronavirus pandemic

Regulatory and fiscal policy measures in Asia during the Coronavirus pandemic

We have been compiling reports on current developments in ports, ship building and shipping in Asia since April 2020.

Modernisation of coasters and inland waterway vessels

Modernisation of coasters and inland waterway vessels

Study to develop proposals to incentivise a sustainable modernisation of coaster and inland waterway vessels.

Claus Brandt named managing director of the German Maritime Centre

Claus Brandt named managing director of the German Maritime Centre

The decision has been taken: The executive board is pleased to have secured Mr Brandt, who is highly regarded and very well known in the industry, as managing director of the German Maritime Centre.

Adhesive technologies for shipbuilding

Adhesive technologies for shipbuilding

Study on the development and application of adhesive bonding in shipbuilding has been completed

Waterborne membership

Waterborne membership

The German Maritime Centre became a member of the Waterborne Technology Platform in March 2020.

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Claus Brandt

Managing Director

Claus Brandt

Managing Director

Claus Brandt

Managing Director

Jule Ballhausen

Young Talents

Hanna Hagedorn

Social Media for the Maritime Industry

Capt. Runa Jörgens

Shipping

Bärbel Kunze

Regulations and Standards

Katja Leuteritz

Ports and Infrastructure

Ralf Plump

Ship and Marine Technology

Johannes Pucklewald

Economics