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After finishing his job training as industrial mechanic with Bremen port authorities, Dieter Reichelt successfully went on to study for an engineer’s degree [Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. (FH)], which was further enhanced by a Lloyd’s Academy degree (Diploma in Marine Surveying incl. module “Superyachts”) and topped in 2014 by his public swearing-in as surveyor. He was able to gather experience with international stevedore companies and port authorities during project-related work in the US, Canada, Spain and Portugal as well as supervising loading/discharging operations as SuperCargo for various carriers. Together with Stephan Müller, he is the managing CEO of KMR-Marine Surveyors GmbH.
Following the successful completion of his degree studies [Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Fachbereich Nautik] in 2008, Stephan Müller was certified as Master Mariner. Having gathered wide experience with project-related work, he was able to further extend his expertise as surveyor and waste management officer during processing of casualty incidents (and the resulting salvage and disposal operations) “MAERSK KARACHI” and “GLOVIS CORONA” at the port of Bremerhaven. Together with Dieter Reichelt, he is the managing CEO of KMR-Marine Surveyors GmbH.
Already in 1891, the fishery port of Bremerhaven (at that time known as fishery port of Geestemuende) was a specialized port for deep-sea fishing excelling on high levels of competence and with short-way connections to the overseas port.
Approx. 100 years later, a bustling venue for dining and tourist activities was built in the heart of the fishery port as “Schaufenster Fischereihafen”, which is yearly frequented by thousands of visitors.
In this maritime atmosphere in the “Schaufenster Fischereihafen” you will find our office at Fischkai 23. By easy access to highways and ferries, our office is perfectly situated to react to any call fast and efficiently.