The SVITZER purpose is to provide safety and support at sea.
Since 1833, SVITZER has developed a number of specialist and interrelated services within harbour, terminal, and ocean towage, salvage and emergency response as well as fast transportation of crew and supplies to offshore installations.
The cornerstone of our business is an unconditional “respect for each other and the world we live in”.
SVITZER sets the highest standards of training and knowledge in our industry, and encourage a culture of safety, innovation, and entrepreneurship amongst its employees.
With a diverse fleet of more than 550 vessels operating in more than 35 countries, SVITZER is today a leading provider of marine services and can be counted upon to provide tailored solutions to clients all over the World.
Drugs discovered on board Greenlandic trawler Iceland
A fourth crew member of fishing vessel Polar Nanoq, which sails under the flag of Greenland, was arrested in the Icelandic port of Hafnarfjordur, after the police discovered a large quantity of hashish aboard.
Brussels validates Spanish fisheries control system Spain
The European Commission has notified Spain that it considers finalized the implementation of the action plan to remedy deficiencies in the Spanish fisheries control system, which was established by Decision of the EC on 30 July 2012.