Stralsund (dpa/mv) - Another company is settling on the former shipyard site of the insolvent group MV-Werften in Stralsund. The company Strela Shiprepair GmbH wants to repair ships in Stralsund from 2023, the city announced on Wednesday. Accordingly, the company wants to start on January 1st with 35 shipbuilders. According to the city, this is the sixth lease agreement. After the bankruptcy of MV shipyards, she took over the site in order to develop a maritime business park.
Mayor Alexander Badrow (CDU) once again explained the city's strategy: "Our goal is to be broadly positioned in the areas of shipbuilding and repairs as well as alternative forms of propulsion and energy." We are now a step further.
The other tenants include the Norwegian shipbuilder Fosen Yard, the steel construction company Ostseestaal, the wind turbine manufacturer German Sustainables and the company Steamergy Stralsund, which intends to develop and manufacture alternative propulsion systems for ships at the Strelasund.