InteringGmbH was founded in 1969 by Horst Halten and had its headquarters inNorderstedt, near Hamburg, Germany. The business purpose was the development ofstability systems for ships, both for static operation in port and for rollreduction on the high seas.
The systemsdeveloped by Intering still enjoy an excellent reputation today due to theirquality and performance, which the company has earned through many innovations.
As early as1972, INTERING combined a U-tank roll damping system with a blower anti-heelingsystem on the M/V Algol, and in 1981 on the research icebreaker"Polarstern" it even combined roll damping with a Rapit Ice HeelingSystem, which enabled the ship to sail through 1.5 m thick ice at a minimumspeed of 5 knots. At the same time, the combination ensured optimal seakeepingat low or no speed.
In 2001,INTERING GmbH was taken over by Rolls Royce Marine, who further expanded thebusiness.
Since 2017,INTERING is now part of Hoppe Marine.
INTERING GmbH founded by Horst Halden.
RoRo “M/VALGOL”, Kröger Werft, Owner Argo / Bremen. First combined System: U-Tank Roll Damping and Blower Anti Heeling
“Railship I”, Blower Anti Heeling At that time, the Railship I was the largest railway ferry in the world and drove on the world's longest (540 nm) railway ferry route between Travemünde and Hanko
“Polarstern”: The combined Roll Damping and Rapid Ice heeling System allows the vessel to pass 1,5m thick level ice with at least 5 knt and ensures optimum sea behaviour at low or zero speed.
TrainFerry “Trelleborg”: the world largest “one Deck” Passenger Trainferry with the largest Blower Anti Heeling system that time
Winner of the Seatrade Award for the product ISTS, Intering Stability Test System
Kiwi Rails trainferry “Aratere” (New Zealand) with Blower Anti Heeling and Trim system
“Jaeger Arrow”, build at HD Mipo Dockyard, with first full automated load moment controlled Blower Anti Heeling system
IINTERING GmbH acquired by Rolls Royce Marine
New facilities in Hamburg
Takeover by Rolls-Royce Deutschland GmbH
INTERING business acquired by Hoppe-Marine GmbH