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For more than 140 years, ENGIE Axima has delivered worldwide recognized system solutions and components for naval vessels and submarines, passenger and merchant ships, mega yachts as well as offshore platforms. A comprehensive international service network and local sales support in many countries around the world complete the top-of-the-line portfolio of ENGIE Axima.
Company
For more than 140 years, ENGIE Axima has delivered worldwide recognized system solutions and components for naval vessels and submarines, passenger and merchant ships, mega yachts as well as offshore platforms. A comprehensive international service network and local sales support in many countries...

Company

For more than 140 years, ENGIE Axima has delivered worldwide recognized system solutions and components for naval vessels and submarines, passenger and merchant ships, mega yachts as well as offshore platforms. A comprehensive international service network and local sales support in many countries around the world complete the top-of-the-line portfolio of ENGIE Axima.

History

History

The company's founder: Robert Ferdinand Noske.
1879: Laying of the foundation stone of todays „Noske-Kaeser“ : Robert Ferdinand Noske founded his machine works in Altona near Hamburg. The companies headquarter was given up 1979 with the merger of “Anton Kaeser”.
1880: Just one year after its founding the imperial barracks vessel “Mars” is equipped with a steam heater, the “Noske-heater”.
1886: After the early death of Robert Noske his brother Wilhelm Fedor Noske takes over the company, which he called "R. Noske successor ".
First logo.
1902: Pioneering performance - a central heating unit for an air heating system.
1912: In Hamburg the largest ship the “Imperator” is being launched. The customer is the “Hamburg-Amerika-Line”. An air-conditioning system from Noske is installed on board, which allows an individual control of air temperature.
1914: Fitters shop of „Anton Kaeser“ in Kloksweg in Hamburg (district Eimsbüttel).
Until 1945: Anton Kaesers company in the „Weidenallee“. The premises was destroyed during the war.
1947: Logo Anton Kaeser .
1974: „Peter Pan“: Together with the sister ship "Nils Holgersson", this ship name has become synonymous for the ferry traffic on the Baltic Sea for generations. Always on board is technology from Noske-Kaeser.
1978: The Hamburg-based shipyard "Blohm + Voss AG" takes over the two companies NOSKE and KAESER and merges them into today's "NOSKE-KAESER GmbH".
1992-1996: The frigates class 123 of the German Navy are equipped with air conditioning- and refrigiration technology by NOSKE-KAESER.
2000: Noske-Kaeser was commissioned from the “Aker MTW shipyard” in Wismar to calculate, supply and install a complex air-conditioning and ventilation system for two cruise ships of the club ships AIDAvita and AIDAaura.
2004: NOSKE-KAESER is celebrating its 125th anniversary.
2007: Foundation of Noske-Kaeser India (New Delhi).

On a new path into the future

Since 2007, NOSKE-KAESER has been expanding on a global scale, establishing first locations in France, India and China. In 2015, NOSKE-KAESER Marine Australia is founded. Also numerous exclusive partnerships are established in many countries of the world, most recently in 2016 in Canada. 
Since 2010, NOSKE-KAESER are also active in the offshore area. It is one of the few companies worldwide offering air conditioning and refrigeration technology as well as fire protection systems for offshore transformer platforms and wind turbines from a single source.

NOSKE-KAESER, in its long history, has experienced and survived international financial and political crises. The company was also not spared from the shipping crisis that started in 2008 and is still ongoing. However, reflecting on its own strengths and with comprehensive restructuring, the traditional company today is back on course for success.

Since 2017, NOSKE KAESER became ENGIE Axima. For more than 140 years, we has delivered worldwide recognized system solutions and components for naval vessels and submarines, passenger and merchant ships, mega yachts as well as offshore platforms. A comprehensive international service network and local sales support in many countries around the world complete the top-of-the-line portfolio of ENGIE Axima.

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