marine technology

The MBT GmbH (Marine Technical Office Turla) is a sales and consulting office for marine and underwater technology, based in Kiel.

You have the vision, we find the answers.

The success of your mission begins so that we develop solutions together with you, because only then we can be a strong partner for you.
For the accomplishment of your mission, it is sometimes necessary to develop individual systems, rather than using existing systems by leading manufacturers. We support you with a lot of expertise and passion.
Our core competencies are in the areas of:
- Oceanographic Systems
- Hydrographic Systems
- Launch and recovery systems
- Connectors and cables
- Service and Support

We are ready for your mission! Are you there too?

International supplier of marine and underwater technology

What we offer

The company MBT - Marine Technical Office Turla GmbH - is an international supplier of marine and underwater technology. Our work focuses in the area of sales, engineering services and the service for oceanographic, marine geophysical and hydrographic measurement instruments and systems. In addition, we offer consulting services to metrological applications in the maritime environment.

What we are looking for

company goal is to provide our customers operational to deliver measurable and plant engineering solutions. By combining existing technologies we develop innovative solutions in coordination with individual requirements. In addition, MBT offers qualified services - from integration and commissioning of sensors and sensor systems to training and maintenance. We benefit from our extensive technical and sales experience and good contacts to potential first-time users. In addition, MBT has its own manufacturer-independent calibration and test equipment for oceanographic sensors.


  • offshore
  • research and education
  • planning offices
  • societies and associations

Collaboration sought

  • Commercial alliance
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Research, Technological alliance


Business Development

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