News

October 2005

SCHOTTEL at EUROPORT MARITIME 2005

“SCHOTTEL for the shipping world” – true to this motto, SCHOTTEL develops designs, builds and delivers innovative propulsion and manoeuvring systems with power ratings of up to 30 MW for vessels of all kinds and sizes. The...[more]

August 2005

SCHOTTEL propulsion for Popes Rhine cruise

When Pope Benedict XVI embarks on the passenger vessel RheinEnergie near Cologne this afternoon (17 August 2005), SCHOTTEL propulsion units will ensure that he has a smooth ride. Many of the KD Kln-Dsseldorf lines passenger...[more]

May 2005

SCHOTTEL at NOR-SHIPPING 2005

SCHOTTEL GmbH & Co. KG in Spay on the River Rhine in Germany is the headquarters of an international Group of Companies with a world-wide sales and service network. Besides azimuthing propulsion systems and manoeuvring devices,...[more]

May 2005

SCHOTTEL mourns the death of Uwe Gragen

Uwe Gragen , Dipl.-Ing., sales and project manager for SCHOTTEL GmbH & Co. in Spay am Rhein, and responsible for worldwide sales of propulsion systems for tugboats and ocean-going vessels, has died. Uwe Gragen passed away quite...[more]

January 2005

SCHOTTEL continues on its successful course

The propulsion specialist SCHOTTEL, with headquarters in Spay/Rhine, remains on course for success, rounding off the year 2004 with another sales record. The corporate goal of 100 million euro in group sales for the new building...[more]

September 2004

Floating cranes with SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers for bridge construction in the Shanghai area

There is a continuous need for new transport routes in the Shanghai area to link the booming economic metropolis to the surrounding regions and improve the infrastructure. One such construction project is the 27-kilometre-long...[more]

September 2004

A new generation of SCHOTTEL Transverse Thrusters

SCHOTTEL has developed a new series of transverse thrusters, based on more than 50 years of experience in the field of propulsion and manoeuvring systems. The new types STT 1, 2, 3 and 4 are a further development of the...[more]