As part of a shipyard visit in Kiel, high-ranking guests from politics and business had the opportunity yesterday to get a closer look at the innovative technology of HASYTEC. Invited by the Minister of Economic Affairs of Schleswig-Holstein, Claus Ruhe Madsen, the Maritime Coordinator of the Federal Government, Dieter Janecek, and the esteemed supervisory board member and Maritime Coordinator of the State Government of Schleswig-Holstein, Andreas Burmester, visited the company.
The visitors were given an exclusive tour of the production facilities of HASYTEC, during which Mr. Janecek personally cast one of the sound emitters. The focus was particularly on the innovative technology to prevent chlorine discharges into the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, through FSRUs (floating LNG regasification ships). HASYTEC provided detailed information about the ongoing installation on the EXCELSIOR, operated by Tree Energy Solution (TES), which will soon be operational in Wilhelmshaven, as well as potential applications on other vessels of this kind.
In the subsequent exchange, the impressive range of potentials of ultrasound technology in shipping and industry was discussed. Particularly gratifying was the positive recognition for the environmental protection potentials offered by HASYTEC’s innovative technology.
Two fun facts should not be overlooked:
- HASYTEC also had the pleasure of welcoming an unusual guest – the spokesperson for the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Schleswig-Holstein recorded the soundbites for the day in the office of the CEO.
- In a relaxed atmosphere, there was also a discussion about the possibility of including kale in the Christmas party menu – an idea that received positive feedback from Claus Ruhe Madsen.
“It was a great honor and joy for us to welcome high-ranking representatives from politics and business. The visit confirms the positive response to our environmentally friendly technology and motivates us to continue developing innovative solutions for the maritime and industrial sectors,” said Jan Kelling, CEO of HASYTEC.