Gesellschaft für Maritime Technik e.V. (German Association for Marine Technology) - GMT

GMT Office:
  Bramfelder Str. 164
  22305 Hamburg, Germany

  Tel.: +49 40 - 239 357 69
  Fax: +49 40 - 239 357 71

Managing Director:
  Petra Mahnke (Dipl.-Oceanographer)
  Tel. Mobile: +49 171 - 202 12 65

  E-Mail: gmt@maritime-technik.de


The association «Gesellschaft für Maritime Technik e.V.» is recognised as charitable
and registered under No. 10318 in the register of the District Court Hamburg.


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