Fassmer is a dynamic family-owned shipyard in its fifth generation. The internationally successful company is active in six business areas: Shipbuilding, Lifeboats, Deck Equipment, Wind Power, Composite Technology and After-Sales Service. Fassmer clients appreciate the close cooperation with research institutes, innovative in-house design and engineering, modern production facilities and a worldwide service network.
The Rainbow Warrior is loved by millions for many years. On 14 October 2011 the new Greenpeace ship was launched at dockyard in Berne. The 58-meter-long, state-of-the-art Rainbow Warrior is the Greenpeace fleet’s first purpose-built vessel, custom-designed and built from scratch with sustainability in mind. Built primarily to sail, the third Rainbow Warrior`s power will be generated by 1,255 square meter sails on a highly efficient 55-metre-high A-Frame mast system.
Each step within the construction and production process demands maximum performance. This can only be reached with highly qualified employees and regular training sessions. More than 900 people work for Fassmer worldwide, half of them in Germany. Their expert knowledge and motivated attitude to their work reflecting the duties they fulfill represent the company’s great potential! Benefit from other business areas.
In 1850 Johannes Fassmer set up his own business with plenty of shipbuilding competence, energy and perseverance. The company business in those early years focused on small wooden boats and life-boats. Today Holger and Harald Fassmer lead a company with more than 900 employees in the fifth generation and have gained an excellent national and international reputation.
At Fassmer clients rely on a highly sophisticated and fully integrated process ranging from high-level consultations, research and design to perfect after-sales service including logistic and technical support, training and knowledge transfer.
Fassmer enjoys an excellent reputation for innovation in the maritime sector and is one of the European industrial leaders in fibre-reinforced composites. Fassmer constantly examine and improve the operational behavior and performance of customer-specific designed products.
In view of the large number of tailor-made products and high-range product components, our experienced in-house design department plays a major role at Fassmer. The company can offer customers support in all aspects and all phases of a project – from the first layout plan, basic and detailed design through to plant maintenance systems.
Modern production facilities and a highly skilled workforce are the prerequisites for the famous Fassmer quality backed up by on-time delivery. Based on a long tradition that started in 1850 the company has always done the utmost to ensure customers’ complete satisfaction in every respect.
Given that clients may expect a well over the average lifetime it goes without saying that clients also rely on after-sales service. Fassmer ensures constant quality and the availability of products by offering: worldwide service network with certified service technicians who have been trained to maintain our products; reliable technical support whenever needed; operational and maintenance training; in-stock availability of OEM spare parts and tools; plant maintenance systems; and Repairs and Conversions. Fassmer also offers all kinds of repairs and conversions.
Special operation boats can be used for multiple purposes. These boats can be built as work or operating boats of flexible size, construction material and technical equipment. Possible usage scenarios in a military context are: Special operation forces, boarding, escorting ships, transport / shipment, diving and rescue. These boats are not primarily for use as life-saving appliances. Nevertheless they may also be used as lifeboats or rescue boats when complying with the standard regulations for lifesaving appliances.
For coastal and inshore missions, Fassmer has developed a wide range of design solutions in terms of speed, range and cost. These vessels are built up to the latest international regulations and standards and may include the most complex weapons and sensors.
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