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4 Market Survey – Confidence on the Rise 9 Company Profiles – Leading Maritime Companies 89 Faces of Industry – Who’s Who in the Maritime Industry 101 Ship Reports – Noteworthy Vessels Delivered 127 Address Book – Useful addresses
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Confidence on the Rise In 2012 the shipping market remained challenged, due to the financial crisis and the imbalance of supply and demand in the shipping market. Yet the volume of seaborne trade seemed to grow, yards continued to deliver new vessels and the trend of orders for larger yachts continued – proving there is a bright future ahead of us. By Anoeshka Maaskant & Tom Scott
his last year marked some impressive milestones, like the all-time record for the demolition of vessels and the EU reaching 100 GW of wind power capacity. According to Barclays, oil and gas offshore companies are feeling bullish about the future and their plans to swell their capital expenditure in the North Sea are supported by predictions of a continued high commodity price. Moore Stephens’ Shipping Confidence Survey has seen confidence levels in the shipping industry reach their highest levels in 2.5 years. The editors at Yellow & Finch Publishers have compiled market updates to clarify several issues facing the shipping industry in times of crisis.
> North Sea & Norwegian Continental Shelf New Discoveries
Despite reduced oil and gas production, spending on exploration in the Norwegian Continental Shelf and the North Sea increased. Due to new discoveries over the last year the exploration results continued to give a good prospect for the future. Appraisal drilling also confirmed the resource potential and will continue next year. According to Statoil, new discoveries in the gas and oil markets help to respond to market challenges, such as high prices and the growing demand for clean energy. Walter Cumming, Head of Oil and Gas for Barclays Corporate Banking, said: “the UKCS remains rich in opportunities and ripe for investment, not least because of the high commodity price. Spending has been targeted not only at maximising the output from the region’s mature fields, but also at unlocking new discoveries such as those in the waters west of Shetland. It’s becoming increasingly clear that plans are being drawn up to ensure exploration and production activity continues for decades to come.”
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The energy-dependent growth of the non-OECD economies, in particular rising oil demand and a 2.8 percent rise in overall consumption, is expected to contribute to the growth in global energy demand over the next decade. The Norwegian Oil IA Business Trend Report 2012 shows the oil consumption increase from 2010 was 0.6 million barrels per day, to 88 million b/d. Oil use in the OECD countries declined by 1.2 percent. Consumption in this area has accordingly fallen for 5 of the past 6 years, and reached its lowest level in 2011. Production growth in the USA, Canada, Russia and Colombia was offset by reductions on the UK and Norwegian continental shelves. For its part, global oil trade continued to expand; a total 2011 volume of 54.6 million b/d represented an increase of 2 percent from the year before. The oil trade thereby represented 62 percent of global consumption. The Norwegian Oil IA Business Trend Report 2012 said persistently high oil prices means that optimism remains high and forms a solid foundation for activities in the coming years.
Global gas demand is expected to increase due to the general increase in energy demand, but also due to the increasing competitiveness of gas in terms of costs and environmental effects. Growth in gas demand is therefore very dependent on energy and climate policies in key countries and regions. Statoil’s internal research suggests that gas demand in Europe and North America will increase by 1 or 2 percent per year until 2020. According to the IEA, the strong growth in North American production in recent years is expected to slow down as a result of low gas prices and the production capacity shift towards shale oil and tight oil. Meanwhile, Asian demand will grow by 4 or 5 percent per year in the same period. Both Europe and Asia will depend on imported LNG to meet their demands, which will contribute to keep prices at stable levels. Gas output growth in the Middle East is expected to slow towards 2017. The weakest trend is expected in Europe, where gas production in 2017 is expected to be 6 percent below that of 2011. The continued economic problems in Europe resulted in reduced demand. However, the supply situation was tight across Europe because of declining domestic production and Europe’s increased reliance on imported gas.
The Norwegian Continental Shelf will continue to provide a resource base in a stable part of the world. According to Statoil, their exploration programme is giving them the confidence to provide profitable future growth through exploration. According to the IEA, the relationship between energy consumption and economic growth must be reduced by two-thirds towards 2050. The IEA expects global gas output to increase by an annual average of 2.6 percent in 2011-17, and thereby keep pace with demand.
> Shipbuilding for Brazil Platforms & Reservoirs
At OTC 2013, Carlos Tadeu Fraga, Executive Manager for Petrobras’ Pre-salt Exploration and Production, noted there are currently seven platforms and nineteen productive wells in the pre-salt reservoirs in the Campos and Santos Basins. Only 7 years after oil was first discovered in the pre-salt layer in 2006, daily production exceeded 311,000 b/d. However, by 2020, Petrobras aims to increase total output in the 150,000km2 area to 2.1 million b/d. The magnitude of the plan, combined with the country’s local content policy, has lead to a bursting shipbuilding order book pushing the country’s capacity to its limit. Brazil’s shipyards are expected to build 38 production platforms, 30 offshore drilling rigs, 49 tankers and more than 500 support vessels up
The Brazilian order book accounts for 8 percent of total worldwide activity.
to 2020. The Brazilian order book accounts for 8 percent of total worldwide activity.
“Failure is not an option,” stated Paulo Sergio Rodrigues Alonso, Petrobras Local Content Advisor to the CEO. He outlined Petrobras’ biggest challenge today – pushing the pre-salt forward in Brazil’s shipbuilding industry. “We are working with the shipyards so that we can meet the demand and stay on track with the schedule defined in our Business Plan, they cannot fail.” Petrobras’ pre-salt discoveries have opened a new exploration frontier in the sector. Petrobras expects new discoveries to double the current proven reserves of 16.4 billion barrels by 2020.
Shipyards on the Rise
Following a dramatic decline after its heyday in the seventies, Brazil’s shipbuilding industry is once again attracting a lot of investment. Brazil is currently the fourth biggest drilling unit builder and second in production platform construction. Brazil has 47 shipyards with eleven new yards under construction. The boom in the Brazilian shipbuilding industry, which effectively began in 2003, has created thousands of jobs. In 2003, the sector employed 3,000 people compared to 65,000 today. It should reach 100,000 professionals in 2016, according to estimates by the Brazilian Association of Shipbuilding and Offshore Companies. Production platform deliveries are picking up, albeit based on tankers converted in Asia. Since the beginning of 2013, two FPSO’s from Keppel O&M’s Brazilian yard – BrasFELS – in Angra dos Reis have started production.
According to the International Maritime Associates (IMA), the floating production sector has been especially active over the past several months. Ten production floaters have been ordered since March, which includes two USD 1.8 billion FPSOs for Brazil. This is 22 percent more than 5 years ago and almost 80 percent higher than 10 years back. The orders are comprised of production semis, tension leg platforms, production spars, production barges and floating regasification and storage units. Thirteen units (12 FPSOs,
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1 Semi) are off field and available for reuse – resulting in an overall utilisation rate of 95.2 percent. Another 93 floating storage/offloading units (without production capability) are in service.
> Global ShipBuilding Markets Growth in the Offshore Sector
The offshore sector continues to grow, despite challenging trading conditions. Oil prices are high and oil companies continue to increase their budgets, resulting in increased investment in the offshore service sector. According to the global shipping company, Braemer, recovery procedures from existing wells and deep water drilling kept up constant demand for supply vessels. Business in Latin America, Asia and East Africa has increased while the North Sea remains stable. In 2012, Clarkson saw increased demand in both the OSV and subsea sectors. They also noted a greater number of vessels, especially OSVs, entering the market and consequently global charter rates have remained under pressure.
Challenging New Build Market
Last year was challenging for the new build market; according to Clarkson, new orders dropped 30 percent from last year. There has been some activity in the new build market but due to the already over ordered market the number of transactions has been limited. Major Korean yards struggled to meet their targets. There will be opportunities for new business next year for the conventional markets. Despite a push away from conventional sectors into the potentially more profitable offshore and gas markets, a significant focus still remains on dry cargo tonnage. With dry order books now starting to diminish and new eco-efficient designs available at competitive pricing, Clarkson have seen ordering placed at the beginning of 2013 and they expect this situation to continue to some extent throughout 2013. According to
Braemer, new ordering during the year in general has been thin. The second-hand market for both bulkers and tankers has been very challenging, says Braemer, due to falling prices and availability of finance tending to limit the size of deal. The commissions achieved have reflected the lower prices and the smaller average tonnage of transactions. Not surprisingly demolition of older tonnage is growing and their demolition team sent 80 percent more ships for demolition this year as compared to last year. It is worth noting that the average age of vessels being demolished is getting slightly younger which will hopefully contribute to improved market conditions.
> Seaborne Trade Pressure on Charter Rates
The imbalance of supply and demand concerning the shipping market this year resulted in very little activity in containership projects. However, Braemer recently noted that the volume of seaborne trade continued to grow to a little over twice the rate of global GDP growth. In 2012 seaborne trade grew by approximately 4.5 percent, but this was not enough to counterbalance the net fleet growth of 6 percent. As a result, long-term growth in container trade has been more than covered by the long-term growth of the container fleet. Andi Case, Chief Executive of Clarkson noted that the older existing fleet has been impacted by oversupply as well as the introduction of new design vessels. The reduced bunker consumption levels add to the scrapping rate of old tonnage. Low sulphur emission requirements in particular set further pressure on the fleet. But the delivery of vessels is still growing at a significantly faster rate than the demolition of tonnage. There is still a 36 percent overcapacity, up from 34 percent last year according to Braemar. Bob Benton, Chairman of Clarkson noticed a few signs of improvement in the shipping market, “challenging times present opportunities and our history has taught us to be prepared for the future, whatever the current conditions.” Braemer sees the potential, since the GDP growth is expected to remain steady they hope the market will recover.
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> Port Automation Defining Moment
Europe Region CEO Ben Vree of APM Terminals spoke as keynote speaker at the TOC exhibition in June and revealed that global container throughput is expected to grow over 40 percent between 2011 and 2017. This projected growth alone, however, will not redefine the port industry. The arrival of 18,000TEU containerships and the accompanying port automation mark a new era in port business. “We won’t be seeing a return to the double digit [container] growth rates we saw before the downturn… but, opportunities still exist”, he assured his audience at TOC. As he flashed a projected growth graph, which spanned 50 years, on the large screen overhead, he asked attendees to look at the big picture – that’s where the growth is. Based on statistics from Drewry Shipping consultants, with a 6 percent growth rate until 2017, total global container throughput will reach over 830 million TEU, representing a growth rate of over 40 percent between 2011 and 2017. “Even at a more conservative projected annual growth rate of 5 percent from 2012 onward, current global container volumes will essentially double by 2025.”
The speed of this projected growth will vary by region. Mature economies, especially those in Europe will continue to exhibit lukewarm growth. Some of the more developed emerging markets, such as Latin American, South Africa and China will see moderate growth, but mostly in the high single digits. Strong growth is expected in some of the smaller markets, such as Africa and Eastern Europe. “Central European markets will show strong growth, particularly on the export side. Meanwhile, Russia’s containerised growth will be driven by increased imports,” said Mr Vree.
The growth in the dredging and marine contracting sector is driven by growth in global trade. Despite the pressure on commodity prices, the world’s resources continue to demand dredging projects and terminal/ offloading facility development. In addition, the arrival of new generation containerships provides an impulse for ports to dredge deeper berths. However, according to Boskalis, there is continued reluctance on the part of European governments to invest in large-scale commodities-related projects. A great deal of European government spending on infrastructure remains tied up. According to Van Oord, construction activities in Europe have fallen to levels not seen since the mid-1990s. Marine transport
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Reduced bunker consumption levels add to the scrapping rate of old tonnage.
activities have suffered a particularly heavy blow as governments and port authorities downscale their investments. Projects in the dredging market are shifting to outside Europe. Axel Mattern, Executive Board Member of Port of Hamburg Marketing said, “if the infrastructural projects so essential for the Port of Hamburg are not implemented promptly and in line with requirements, that will have repercussions on the further development of the port and German foreign trade.” In contrast DP World London Gateway is set to open in Q4 2013. Visiting the deep draught port with a capacity of 3.5 million TEUs per annum, Mayor of London Boris Johnson said, “London is set to regain its position as one of the world’s greatest ports, and establish itself once again as a gateway to world trade.” Laing O’Rourke has lead the works, alongside DEME group’s Dredging International, to dredge 30 million m3 of clay out of the River Thames. Boskalis expects demand for and construction of new oil and LNG import and export terminals to lead to growth in terminal services. Other than that, developments in offshore energy are strongly dependent on an upturn in demand from the energy markets, particularly those in Brazil, the United States, Mexico, Africa and Southeast Asia. Van Oord also expects that offshore oil, gas and wind energy markets will offer the best opportunities for expansion.
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Larger yachts are still a big trend.
> Superyachts Inclusion of Enormous Yachts
The 2013 Global Order Book reveals an interesting trend in the superyacht world during the ongoing economic crisis; larger yachts are still a big trend and continued their rise from last year (except for open-style yachts). This confirms a year of highlights for most yards, especially for pedigree yards and those building yachts over 40 m and custom builds. Even though 36 fewer yachts are listed as ‘under construction’, the world map has remained largely the same. Italy is still in the lead with 272 projects this year, the Netherlands remains in second place with an increase in the total length of vessels under construction from 3,074 to 3,561 m and five more projects than last year, Taiwan beats Germany in the race for the sixth place and the United Arab Emirates takes ninth. According to the Global Order Book, the future continues to lean towards fully custom yachts, where historically sound yards are recording new orders. Northern European yards in particular show notable examples; Feadship announced 13 yachts in build and Lürssen launched the 147m Topaz.
Big, Bigger, Biggest
The rank of projects over 100 m are no less than fourteen, which is a new record for the superyacht industry. An interesting detail is the fact that three of those large projects are sailing yachts. The statistics illustrate the growth, with 186 orders over 46 m this year, versus 179 orders in 2012 and 39 orders over 76 m versus 27 last year. The increase of more than 40 percent has led to yards now building the next flagship in their range. Lürssen is leading the way by building its 180m Azzam; Feadship with its 102m motor yacht; Nobiskrug’s 147m sailing yacht; Oceanco with its 108m sailing yacht; Vitters with a 85m sailing yacht and Benetti’s 90m motor yacht.
Smaller yachts are less fortunate and continue to suffer from the crisis. The Global Order Book shows only 119 projects this year between 24 and 27 m, compared to 178 last year. Italy in particular suffered, losing 45 hulls this year. In this size class, all yards exhibited thinner order books; the large number of competitors and secondhand yachts ruining the small yacht market. This means the secondhand brokerage market performed above expectations with 262 sales. Builders that had small orders at the beginning of the crisis also continued to grow, especially mid-range yards reported good activity this year.
Many projects are listed as ‘on hold’ for the delivery date, which means the owners or yards have come under financial difficulty to sell the unfinished yacht on the brokerage market. This makes refit work an important revenue stream for shipyards and this sector will continue to grow with yards such as Lürssen, Feadship and Royal Huisman now having a specialised refit team. According to the Global Order Book we can stay optimistic for the future as the number of yachts over 40 m continues to rise. The American market is beginning to spend their assets again as are Asia, Brazil and Russia; all resulting in the largest superyacht production since the beginning of the crisis.
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ALFA LAVAL BENELUX BV............................................ 12
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ALPHATRON MARINE B.V............................................. 14
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AMW MARINE B.V....................................................... 14
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MULTIPLEX GMBH....................................................... 59
FINDER RELAIS NEDERLAND B.V. ................................ 30
GEA WESTFALIA SEPARATOR NEDERLAND B.V............. 31
NR KOELING B.V. ........................................................ 61
GEBHARD ELECTRO B.V.............................................. 31
OFFSHORE SHIP DESIGNERS BV.................................. 62
GIANNESCHI PUMPS AND BLOWERS............................ 32
ONTOP B.V................................................................. 63
GUSTO MSC B.V. ........................................................ 33
PARKER HANNIFIN B.V. ............................................... 64
DE HAAN SPECIAL EQUIPMENT B.V.............................. 33
PAUL MEIJERING STAINLESS STEEL............................. 65
PHAROS OFFSHORE GROUP LTD ................................ 66
HEINEN & HOPMAN ENGINEERING BV.......................... 34
OTTO PIENING GMBH.................................................. 67
HOLLAND MARINE LIFTS............................................. 35
POLSON TRT RUBBER & PLASTICS.............................. 68
HOLLAND MARINE TECHNOLOGIES B.V........................ 35
PRAXIS AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY BV....................... 69
SHIPYARD DE HOOP LOBITH........................................ 37
PRONOMAR BV........................................................... 70
HUISMAN EQUIPMENT B.V........................................... 38
PTR HOLLAND B.V....................................................... 71
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ACTION HYDRO B.V. Kabelstraat 7 1322 AD Almere The Netherlands T +31 (0)36 536 0204 F +31 (0)36 536 0324 E email@example.com I www.action-hydro.nl
Action-Hydro BV is a dynamic company with a lot of know-how in hydraulics! With more than 30 years experience we can help you out with all your hydraulic questions. Choosing the right product for your application, helping you out with the long delivery times and this against competitive pricing! Our market is the marine industry. Key products One of our key products is the well known Staffa motors. The High Torque Low Speed motors with single and dual displacements. New to this range is the continuous variable displacement controlled motor. Perfect for winches! We also supply axial piston pumps in a wide range of displacements, controls and through drive options. And with delivery times you can work with! Another key product is our Vane pumps from TDZ. These pumps are used a lot in marine systems. Reliable and easy to service if needed. We can supply from stock complete pumps or parts! Another key product of us is designing and producing hydraulic manifolds. We can help you with designing a hydraulic block to save labour, space and leakage spots. We have a range of hydraulics blocks available that fits the Staffa motors. Our know-how is just as much a key product! We have been in the hydraulic market for more that 30 years and know a lot of products outside our product range.
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ALFA LAVAL BENELUX BV ALFA LAVAL AALBORG BV Baarschot 2 P.O. Box 9377 4801 LJ Breda The Netherlands T +31 (0)76 579 1200 F +31 (0)76 579 1211 I www.alfalaval.com/benelux I www.alfalaval.com/marine
ALFA LAVAL BENELUX BV E email@example.com Contact: Mr Arie Sprenkel ALFA LAVAL AALBORG BV E firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mr André Mol
Your source for Marine Essentials For nearly a century, Alfa Laval has focused on what’s valuable at sea. Through separation, heat transfer and other techniques, we’ve made it possible to utilize or protect the valuable essence in a wide variety of substances. Today we offer solutions for oil treatment, cooling and heating, as well as environmental protection, ballast water treatment, tank cleaning and desalination. Not surprisingly, we’ve kept to the essentials in these processes as well – steadily making them simpler, more reliable and more economical. Technology evolves. But the essentials remain unchanged. – Environmental protection: sustainable solutions for the marine environment – Oil treatment: extracting value from every drop – Tank cleaning: efficiency in motion offers the perfect clean – Cooling and heating: mediate between heat and cold within fluids or gases – Desalination: offers efficient ways to unlock seawater’s potential.
Alfa Laval Aalborg The product range, for Thermal fluid heating systems, of the former Aalborg Industries has been added to Alfa Laval. In Thermal fluid systems, heat energy is transferred by means of oil or hot water. It is the most advanced and user-friendly technology available for heating your fuel oil tanks and/or cargo tanks and is supplied as a complete engineered solution, including all necessary components. Our joint forces provide further innovative new products, an improved service network and even stronger global presence. Other Alfa Laval Aalborg products: – Marine boilers & heat exchangers – Inert gas systems – Floating production systems – Exhaust gas cleaning Service In the increasingly challenging marine environment, you need to know you can count on your equipment’s performance. As slow steaming, new fuels and other factors change the way you operate, Alfa Laval is a constant that can keep you going strong – no matter where or how you sail. By putting performance above all, the global service team of Alfa Laval brings you 24/7 the benefits of maximum uptime, availability, optimization and minimum lifecycle costs. Through start-up, maintenance, support, improvement and monitoring services, all matched to your equipment’s life cycle, we put performance within easy reach.
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ALLARD EUROPE NV
Veedijk 51 B 2300 Turnhout Belgium T +32 (0)14 421 111 F +32 (0)14 425 200 E email@example.com I www.allard-europe.com
Schelling 1 8305 BG Emmeloord The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 622 652 F +31 (0)527 622 752 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.allpacks.nl
Allard-Europe is a reliable steel and iron foundry making large castings to customer specifications. All produced castings can be machined inhouse. The machining shop is equipped with CNC milling and turning machines with a capacity up to 10m diameter. CAD/CAM software (Unigraphics) adds up to the flexibility of the company.
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Allard-Europe is investing for the coming years. This means: a higher melting capacity for heavier castings and higher flexibility. Melting capacity is increased to over 40 t. More precise analysis equipment is installed for chemical elements O, N, H, C and S together with new heat treatment furnaces. To optimize the lead time and to accommodate new equipment, Allard-Europe has built a brand new machining shop. The existing machining equipment is moved to the new facility and new machines have been installed for a better service. The new machines are a vertical lathe with a maximum outside turning diameter of 4.7 m (provided with spindle and double column design); and a new 5-axes controlled milling and boring machine with machining length up to 13 m. We sincerely hope that Allard-Europe will become your future partner!
ALLPACKS International is highly specialized in the engineering, development, producing and worldwide distribution of hydraulic- and electrical driven equipment for various industries which varies from Foundation to Offshore companies. Our company has a long-lasting experience, in-house technology and knowledge in this particular market of hydraulics and specially on Hydraulic Vibratory Hammers and Hydraulic- and Electrical Power Units either combined with each other or only single units for the Offshore industry. Thanks to an dedicated and experienced Engineering team, ALLPACKS International is able to fulfil any requirement and work closely with the customer on the final design of the product. From design and engineering to assembling and testing to delivery and commissioning to after service around the world 24/7, Allpacks International have all these divisions in-house to advice and support closely our partners in every continent. You will find our products around the globe, from Russia to Brazil, from Nordics to Australia and various countries in between. This proven track record shows the very high quality of your final requested product.
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ALPHATRON MARINE B.V.
AMW MARINE B.V.
Schaardijk 23 - Haven 115 3063 NH Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 453 4000 F +31 (0)10 452 9214 E email@example.com I www.alphatronmarine.com Contact: Mr Nico Kuitems
P.O. Box 39 3340 AA Hendrik Ido Ambacht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 681 0100 F +31 (0)78 681 8878 I www.amw.nl
Alphatron Marine BV of Rotterdam was founded in 1989 and currently employs about 150 people. The company is privately owned and has a flexible approach to both manufacturers and customers. A fully autocad supported engineering team takes care of all new building projects and the day-to-day installation work in the field of navigation and communication equipment. In the past years we have fitted over 750 seagoing new building vessels. A full product range of navigation & communication solutions is offered for different maritime markets, such as deepsea, inland, yachting, automation, fishery & communication. The unique Alphabridge modular console concept consists of a vast library of standard consoles, also fit for customizing, thus achieving shorter delivery times and savings. All departments offer 24/7 service through our own service department and our certified training department provides our customers with both operational and technical training for all equipment delivered by us.
AMW-Marine was founded in 1969 and represents well-known manufacturers of propulsion systems and fluid handling products for the maritime and industrial markets. We have a team of highly skilled engineers for consulting, selling and engineering a large range of propulsion systems. AMW designs and delivers also fixed pitch propellers, for inland-cargo and coastal vessels. Maximum diameters up to 4,000 mm, max weight appr 20 tons. We supply controllable pitch propellers and thrusters from Berg Propulsion; their controllable pitch propellers and azimuth thrusters cover a wide range of solutions. The hub sizes Berg produces vary between the BCP 630 and the BCP 2000. Together with the Renk gearboxes we can supply the complete driveline. The gearboxes for the propulsion are executed with plain bearings and their own designed built- in thrust bearings of the Mitchell segment type. From Renk we also provide curved tooth couplings, membrane couplings and dredge pump as well as cutter gearboxes. With Renk we have also the possibilities to offer tailor-made gearboxes. For the fast craft propulsion systems we supply the well-known Hamilton water jets, manufactured in New Zealand. AMW has a long-term business relation with the manufacturer APV, who produces a wide range of plate heat exchangers and freshwater distillers. Special calculation programmes enable us to select the most efficient plate heat exchanger for various cooling systems and heat recovery systems either on board or onshore. AMW also represents the well-known Leistritz GmbH screw pumps, with their wide range of pumps an excellent extension on our fluid handling products for the maritime businesses.
Besides the representation of manufacturers like JRC, Sailor, Transas, Intellian, BĂśning, Skipper, Autronica and Yokogawa, Alphatron is also producing a full range of complementary products all marked under the product name Alphaline. Our latest activity, called IT & AV Solutions, is specialized in integrating technology in the field of Maritime IP Entertainment and IT solutions, called Alphatainment. We are located in the ports of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Flushing, Harlingen, IJmuiden, Den Helder, Antwerp, Singapore, Rostock, Hamburg, Stettin and Gdansk and are authorized to carry out class survey work for (the renewal of) Radio Safety certificates for Lloydâ€™s Register (LR), Bureau Veritas (BV), Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Germanischer Lloyd (GL) Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (NKK), Korean Register (KR), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Class NK en RINA.
Our team of mechanical and electrical service engineers commission and service all delivered components worldwide, with support of our manufacturers.
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ANCHOR INSURANCE ROTTERDAM B.V.
ART4 TECHNICAL SYSTEMS BV
K.P. van der Mandelelaan 130 P.O. Box 1437 3000 BK Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 452 9566 F +31 (0)10 452 9073 E firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com I www.anchorinsurance.nl Contact: Mr F. H. van der Puil
Nieuwegracht 9-11 3763 LP Soest The Netherlands T +31(0)35 582 2468 F +31(0)35 642 4860 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.art4.nl Contact: Mr Paul Schraven
Anchor Insurance Rotterdam was established in 2005, to form an independent internationally orientated Insurance Broker operating in both the retail and wholesale sectors dealing with Insurers world-wide with a focus on the maritime related industry.
Art4 Technical Systems BV is an independed Dutch company. We design, build and deliver fully turnkey solutions for hydraulic and electrical systems for customers worldwide.
We offer innovative risk management or just simple insurance advice providing terms that are competitive and reliable. Including a claims service that combines knowledge and speed with a 24/7 mentality. Our diverse customer base, including shipyards, (wet) contractors, ship owners, terminal owners, port authorities, cargo handlers and traders, require us to have knowledge of a very wide range of products like: – Hull and Machinery – Protection and Indemnity – Loss of hire / business interruption / delay in delivery – Builders Risks – C.A.R. and E.A.R. – Ship repairers liability – Terminal liability – General liability – Landbased equipment (fixed and mobile) – Cargo – Charterers Liability – War / Terrorism / Piracy – Kidnap and Ransom – Directors and officers liability We believe that our attention to detail and fastidious approach is the best way of ensuring that the right solution to the risk is found.
Our clients use the hydraulic and electrical systems for various end products such as: Mobile drives, transport conveyers, winch drivers, jack up platforms, cranes, both on-shore and off shore, a-frames, special equipment, fairground attractions. The systems can be custom built to fit the specifications of the product they are used for. Art4 provides the engineering, construction, assembly tests, connection and commissioning of: – Control boxes designed by you or by us. – Hydraulic systems, from 0.55 till 550 kW We are able to deliver both fully “Turn-Key” – Imported Åkerströms remotes which we customise to fit the product specifications. Art4 also provides it’s customers with the following extras: – Service and installation worldwide – Machine construction in accordance to the client’s specifications. – Deliveries with CE or IIB certifications (if applicable). – We can build according to UL/CSA regulations. – If requested we can deliver as: Loyds and Bureau Veritas. Art4 total supplier: We always find a solution for your hydraulic, electrical and remote systems.
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ASEA POWER SYSTEMS
BAKKER SLIEDRECHT ELECTRO INDUSTRIE B.V.
15602 Commerce Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92649 United States T +1 714 896 9695 F +1 714 896 9679 E email@example.com I www.aseapower.com
P.O. Box 25 3360 AA Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 436 666 F +31 (0)184 436 677 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.bakkersliedrecht.com
ASEA POWER SYSTEMS is the World Leader in the Design and Fabrication of Marine Power Conversion Equipment. We offer a line of High Performance, Compact and Lightweight Shore Power Converters ranging in power from 8-105kVA (1 Phase) to 25-1,000kVA (3 Phase). We also offer Custom Engineering Services for both new builds and retrofits applications.
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ASEA POWER SYSTEMS unique design allows us to provide Shore Power Converters that are usually 1/2 the weight and volume of most competitive models. WEIGHT and VOLUME are critical design factors for any vessel. With over 2,600 + installations World Wide, we have established a large network of Professional Sales/Service Organizations that provide presale support, installation thru commissioning support, and post-sales training/service for every new build or retrofit application. ASEA POWER SYSTEMS offers over 100 models in a wide assortment of over 20 different cabinet sizes which include vertical (small footprint), horizontal (low profile), bulkhead, modular and standard deck mount. We have both Air Cooled and Liquid Cooled converters. Each converter has a stainless steel enclosure and is powder coated to meet the demanding standards required by the Marine Industry. Our Shore Power Converters are capable of accepting any world-wide input power form (1 or 3 Phase, 170 - 520VAC at 40 - 75Hz) and supplies the vessel with the appropriate output power form (phase, voltage and frequency). ASEA POWER SYSTEMS provides the Naval Architect and Engineer with every feature required for their Shore Power Converter needs.
Bakker Sliedrecht has become an international and leading field player in the world of electrical engineering for marine applications. We are continuously looking to optimize your operation with innovative solutions, with the aid of state-of-the-art and conventional electrical and mechanical techniques by advising, designing and building of: – drive and control systems – automation systems – switchboards and MCC’s – control desks – e-motors and generators – cabling / installation – project management We are specialized in: – diesel-electric propulsion/thruster systems, including DP systems – submersible motors and techniques – harmonics and FMEA analyses Bakker Sliedrecht is carrying out world-wide projects turn-key and/ or package based, in offshore, dredging, research vessels, fishing, merchant shipping, navy, inland shipping. Bakker Repair is taking care of maintenance, repair and winding of motors, generators, transformers, in high as well as low voltage. Quality, safety and environment conditions constantly have our attention. Our quality systems of management and services fully comply with ISO 9001 en VCA standards.
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VAN BEEST B.V.
DE BOER STAAL B.V.
P.O. Box 57 3360 AB Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 413 300 F +31 (0)184 414 959 E email@example.com I www.vanbeest.com
Molenstraat 28 1911 DA Uitgeest The Netherlands T +31 (0)251 362 200 F +31 (0)251 311 650 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.deboerstaal.nl
Van Beest is a leading manufacturer and supplier for a complete program of standard fittings for chain and steel wire rope.
De Boer Staal has an excellent reputation as a wholesale distributor of sheet steel and profiles. To cater to your every requirement, De Boer Staal has large standard stocks of steel in a range of sizes, grades and thicknesses. For example; – sheet steel S235, S355, S355G10+M, S355G3+N, Grade A, AH36, DH36 and EH36 – Bulb flats Grade A, AH36 and DH36 – half rounds Grade A – profiles and flat bars S235, S355, Grade A, AH36, DH36 and EH36 – checker plates 3/5 – 16/18 S235 EUR/USA
Two brands: Green Pin® and EXCEL® For over 90 years the production of high tensile shackles has been our core business. We manufacture the high quality Green Pin® shackles in our own production facility in the Netherlands. A genuine “Made in Holland” product. In 2007 Van Beest acquired the brand EXCEL®. Under this brand we market an extensive program of chain accessories, like for example: grade 8 and 10 hooks, lifting points, swivels etc. which are all produced in the French factory. Our shackles are marked Green Pin®, hooks EXCEL®, we are the sole proprietor of these two brands. Markets Van Beest products are used by professionals in many different environments, such as the offshore industry, naval, construction, the fishing industry, mining and general industry, to mention just a few. In oil and gas production, safety is all-important. In this high-risk environment, one can rely on the continuous high quality of Van Beest products. For this reason Green Pin® Standard and Polar shackles are DNV 2.7-1 Type Approved. Accessories The Green Pin® shackle or EXCEL® hook is usually the final connection, and to serve their customers best, Van Beest has added a wide range of other steel wire rope and chain accessories which complement their full range of high quality products. Van Beest has branches in Germany, France and the USA. There are stock holding distributors of Van Beest products in over 80 countries worldwide.
All standard sizes and grades are in stock and can be delivered immediately. We are flexible and able to supply complete projects quickly. The sheet steel and profiles are mainly used in the shipbuilding industry for a range of vessels. De Boer Staal has strict standards in terms of quality and service. To safeguard quality, we purchase sheet steel mainly from western european mills. We not only supply sheet steel and profiles, we can also cut sheet steel up to 6 metres wide and 25mm thick to measure. Our sister company, De Boer Snijbedrijf, which is located at the same premises, specialises in cutting steel and stainless steel and supplies autogenous and plasma cut components in thickness varying from 0.5 mm to 750 mm. Recently De Boer Snijbedrijf received ISO 9001 certification, complying with international standards of quality management. Furthermore, De Boer Snijbedrijf is authorised to re-mark materials with a 3.1 and 3.2 inspection certificate in accordance with EN 10204. At De Boer Staal we do our utmost to meet your requirements. We have a customer-driven mindset, we provide good service and do what we promise. De Boer Staal is ready to serve you!
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DEN BREEJEN SHIPYARD
L.J. Costerstraat 9 P.O. Box 1572 3260 BB Oud-Beijerland The Netherlands T +31 (0)186 618 300 F +31 (0)186 617 421 E email@example.com I www.boonebv.nl
Havenstraat 7 3372 BD Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 676 140 F +31 (0)184 676 160 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.breejen-shipyard.nl Contact: Mr J.R. den Breejen
Boone, established in 1974, is a worldwide partner in engineering, technical solutions and trading within the maritime, industry and infrastructure sector. Through the years we developed as a specialist and became partner in production, repair and support in drives for the offshore, dredging and maritime sector.
For several years Den Breejen Shipyard has successfully specialized in the building of luxury river cruise vessels. The vessels which have been delivered testify the yard’s ability to build ships that meet the most stringent quality demands. Design and construction of these luxury river cruise vessels fully comply with the requirements of the Transport and Water Management Inspection (IVW) and classification societies. The specific design of the interior is established in consultation between the customer, the architect and the yard. Passengers accommodate in luxury cabins and suites, distributed over lower deck, main deck and upper deck. Passenger facilities include a lobby, restaurant, one or two lounges with bar, panoramic windows providing an unobstructed view to the vessel’s surroundings and outside areas including the large sundeck. The completion of inland cargo vessels and tankers has since long been part of Den Breejen’s delivery programme. Vessels can be completed up to a length of 135 m according the requirements of the IVW and classification societies. In addition to various types of tankers and cargo vessels Den Breejen also has the knowledge and experience to build inland waterway ferries. Conventional rope and cable ferries as well as modern free-sailing ferries have been completed in various designs for private ship owners and local and regional authorities. Another expert service of Den Breejen Shipyard is the fabrication and fitting of propeller shaft installations. These shafting systems are manufactured on two-axe machining lathes of 8 and 12 m. Next to new building Den Breejen also provides dedicated repair and maintenance services to the shipping industry. The repair department has its own harbour with two dry docks of 400 and 800 t and a well equipped workshop.
In 2002 we have expanded our industrial activities. This division of our company offers specialized solutions in gearboxes, couplings and brakes. Boone is distributor for: – Keller gearboxes – Stromag high elastic couplings – Gosan sheaves – Kumera gearboxes – Rhenania gearboxes – Etron barrel couplings – Sibre brakes and couplings – Pneumaflex/Spiroflex couplings Since 1989 we have the know-how of Rhenania gear units, as we took over the drawings and moulds of the complete product range of Rhenania. Besides products and knowledge we also conduct the complete project from start to completion. With our experience, knowledge and no-nonsense policy, we are able to deliver high quality products and service short-term. You can contact Boone for total solutions, components and spare parts, as well as for advice and repairs worldwide.
High quality, prompt delivery, excellent service!
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PIET BROUWER ELECTROTECHNOLOGY
Marsdiep 19 8321 MC Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)52 768 1651 F +31 (0)52 768 2169 E email@example.com I www.pietbrouwer.nl Contact: Mr Henk Brouwer
Morseweg 2 8503 AD Joure P.O. Box 105 8500 AC Joure The Netherlands T +31 (0)51 348 2110 F +31 (0)51 341 3614 I www.callidus.nl Contact: Mr Jan Henk Hoeksma, Sales & Marketing Manager
Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology is a worldwide specialist in turn-key electrical installations in all seagoing commercial vessels and mega yachts (both sailing- and power yachts). When looking to an electrical company for the building or refit of your vessel, you will enjoy working with an experienced partner who can offer complete electrical installation. Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology fulfills all your electrical needs: from engineering, installation and cable mounting, to monitoring and control systems, navigation, communication and entertainment systems. Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology takes care of all specialized technology in your vessel, which is wired to do all its work well out of sight, and is thereby simply the best electrical partner the world has to offer! Being the best is the standard of the 70 Piet Brouwer employees who use their experience and skills to design, calculate, deliver and install electrical installations for all types of seagoing vessels. Agreements are transparent and clear. Yes means yes, and no means no.
In the industry of complex equipment design and manufacturing Callidus Group (2006) operates on the highest level. Based in Joure, The Netherlands, we focus on concept design, engineering and production on high standard, customized solutions for industrial and offshore applications. New solutions for existing problems.
As a multidisciplinary engineering company we take care of the total process, from (early stage) consultancy and manufacturing to commissioning and maintenance. Innovative power, technical mastery and extremely well structured engineering and production make it easy to choose for Callidus. The segments we service are mainly Oil & Gas, Offshore and Heavy industry.
From the head office located in Urk, the valued work happens worldwide, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Piet Brouwer Electrotechnology also has offices located in Den Helder and Enkhuizen (The Netherlands) and Palma de Mallorca (Spain). Service points are located in Harlingen and Zwartsluis. No matter which office you deal with you will find employees who are flexible, hard-working, and service and result driven. The intricate needs of your new building or refitting projects will be in good hands at “World’s Best Electrical Partner.”
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IJsselstraat 41 5347 KG Oss The Netherlands T +31 (0)412 681 888 F +31 (0)412 631 675 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.chemetall.com
Biesboschhaven-Noord 16 P.O. Box 50 – 4250 DB Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 600 391 F +31 (0)183 600 192 E email@example.com I www.concordiagroup.nl Contact: Mr C.H. Kornet
Ampak cathodic protection is a product group within the surface treatment business unit of the Chemetall group and is based in Oss, The Netherlands. We are specialized in design, production and the application of cathodic protection and anti-fouling systems. Our systems are mainly supplied to the marine, offshore, onshore and petrochemical industries.
Concordia Group Concordia Group is an international all-round intermediary specialized in shipbuilding, offshore and sea service. Concordia Group is always innovating and developing new ideas with as main goal the best result for all involved parties.
Ampak is dedicated to a continuous improvement in the range of products it offers in conjunction with maintaining its competitive position in the various markets. Ampak is a prime producer of zinc, aluminium and magnesium alloy anodes at its own foundry. Our anodes are fitted to protect against the natural effects of corrosion, which occurs when a metal surface is immersed in water or buried. Ampak manufactures impressed current and ship sea-box anti-fouling systems according to customer specifications and requirements. Ampak maintains strict quality control procedures, which has enabled us to maintain our distinct reputation as leading worldwide supplier of corrosion prevention systems. Ampak’s principal activities are to divide in two groups: – Cathodic protection • Sacrificial anodes: zinc anodes, aluminium anodes, magnesium anodes • Impressed current systems – Anti-foulingsystems
Shipbuilding Concordia Shipbuilding is specialized in shipbuilding. Its core business is designing, building and completion of inland and sea going vessels. In the past years Concordia specializes itself in designing and building of inland waterway vessels, accommodation vessels, seagoing vessels and barges. Since 2001, the company has delivered over 125 vessels to satisfied customers. Concordia is the right address for realization of your idea into a turn-key project. Offshore Concordia Offshore is specialized in offshore related reconstruction projects, especially in building and reconstruction of pontoons, sea going vessels, accommodation vessels, temporary living quarters and mobile offshore units. Besides this Concordia is also owner of the 1400tons heavy crane barge Conquest MB I. Sea Service Concordia Sea Service moves under its own management hulls and project cargoes around the world. Transportation of project cargoes and hulls requires action, quick decisions and a lot of experience in shipping. Concordia has a worldwide network of local contacts, which ensures a smooth and safe handling. Concordia seeks the best way to carry your project cargo.
Ampak. Your worldwide specialist in cathodic protection.
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CONQUEST OFFSHORE B.V.
CRAMM YACHTING SYSTEMS
Biesboschhaven Noord 7, 4251 NL Werkendam P.O. Box 50, 4250 DB Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 600 391 F +31 (0)183 600 392 E firstname.lastname@example.org W www.conquestoffshore.com
De Seize 7 9041 VC Berlikum P.O. Box 510 8901 BH Leeuwarden The Netherlands T +31 (0)518 461 600 F +31 (0)518 460 802 E email@example.com
Concordia Offshore BV and Zwagerman Offshore Services BV formed Conquest Offshore BV for heavy lift projects. With proven track records in the maritime and offshore industry, the partners designed and manage the Conquest MB1 heavy lift crane barge. Concordia Offshore and its management team have a long history in marine operations. Innovative thinking and an open-minded view have enabled Concordia to grow into to a well-known and reliable partner in offshore projects. Zwagerman has 50 years of hands on experience in, and expert knowledge of land and offshore cranes. Two crane barges have been built in the past and many offshore cranes have been delivered worldwide. The new developed and ‘state of the art’ heavy lift crane barge has exceptional working characteristics and is designed for offshore transportation, removal, refurbishment and construction activities. and especially for year round operation in harsh environments in full compliance with UK, Dutch and Danish operating regulations.
Cramm Yachting Systems designs, engineers, develops and produces Hydraulic Yacht Equipment. Like: Boarding Ladders, Passerelle’s/ Gangways, Deck Cranes, Sliding Beam Cranes, Steering Machines, Swimming platforms, Doors, etc. Cramm has its own service department which is a partner for Service, Maintenance and Refitprojects. Cramm Yachting Systems is also dealer for different Anchorwinches, Stabilizer-systems and bow- and sternthruster.
Key features: – 136 x 36 x 8m heavy duty barge (total deck space 4,900 m²) – 3,700 m² free deck space for 9.000 ton cargo – Deck strength of 20 ton/ m² – Fully automatic ballast (anti heeling) system (9,600 m3/h) – 1,400 metric ton lifting capacity – 63 m (207 ft) heavy duty double boom – 75 m (246 ft) aux. hoist/runner hoist – 97-124 m (318-400 ft) long single boom – Lifting speed up to 1.5 meter per second – Swing speed up to 1 degree per second Conquest Offshore is focused on the energy market, with the aim of providing its customers continued heavy lift services in a safe and reliable way.
Our operations at Cramm Yachting Systems are fully customer focused. The entire organisation is dedicated to realising our customers’ wishes and desires in the best possible manner. Cramm can cater to your needs throughout the entire process, from design, development, construction and installation to commissioning and after-sales. Intensive monitoring of every phase allows us to ensure an extremely high level of quality, both in terms of functionality and appearance. Cramm will take full responsibility for all aspects of the project it is assigned. This means the ideal partner in project, allowing the customer the freedom to focus on other matters. Cramm Yachting Systems works in close collaboration with the customer in order to help realise solutions that are optimally tailored to their desires and wishes. Our carefully selected sales engineer and project leader act as permanent liaisons with the customer throughout course of the entire project. Commitment, trust, shared knowledge and friendly cooperation are keys. At Cramm Yachting Systems, the customer always comes first. We apply all our expertise, know-how, tools and high-end materials to realise the customer’s wishes in the highest possible quality. An excellent organisation, with a motivated staff and experienced technicians who enjoy creating quality products are all key in realising the outstanding products Cramm is known for.
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DAMEN ANCHOR & CHAIN FACTORY (AKF)
DAMEN MARINE COMPONENTS
Admiraal de Ruyterstraat 24 3115 HB Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 204 1931 / 928 F +31 (0)10 234 0200 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.akfanchorchain.nl Contact: Mr Erick Chandansingh, Mr Arjan Sebel, Mr Leo Lips
Nijverheidsstraat 8 3371 XE Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 676 262 F +31 (0)184 676 267 E email@example.com I www.damenmc.nl
Since the beginning of AKS in 1931, located in Schiedam, a lot of things have happened with this company. She moved to Vlaardingen in 1981 under her new name AKF. After 24 years it was decided to move again and in 2005 the company went back to Schiedam.
Propeller nozzles, rudders and special marine constructions Damen Marine Components has a long tradition in shipbuilding. In recent decades, DMC has specialised in the design and production of nozzles for various types of ships. DMC supplied more than 8000 nozzles for propeller diameters ranging from 500 up to 10,000 mm. Apart from nozzles, all kinds of special shipbuilding components are being produced for various shipyards and shipowners. All marine constructions are manufactured at one of our own production sites in Holland, Poland or China. Next to these products, DMC now has started to develop and construct special winches, such as Render Recovery and Towing winches..High quality, reliability and short delivery times at a market-oriented price are our guiding principles.
With the new name and ambitions together with the 24/7 services as usual, and our ISO 9001-2008 certification. Damen Anchor & Chain Factory (AKF) is ready for the future. Our activities are concentrated on four main segments: – Sales from stock of different types marine anchors and chain cables, also the related parts all certified by all major Classification Societies. Delivery and repair of parts for heavy duty lifting and hoisting equipment. – Repair services for anchors and custom made anchor chain cables in our own well equipped workshop. – Testing of anchor and hoisting gear with a capacity up to 1,800 ton, class approved. – Welding of anchor chain cables with Lloyds approved welding procedure.
Your partner in good performance Every type of ship has its own specific requirements with regard to the propulsion and manoeuvring systems. This applies to the design, power, performance, dimensions and quality. From the propulsion engine through to the propeller, nozzle and rudder, everything is completely tailored to the tasks of that ship. DMC has developed a product for practically every type of vessel to enable optimal performance and maximum efficiency.Based on extensive experience and aided by advanced methods of design and analysis, DMC is happy to support you throughout the entire process, from initial idea to execution. Damen Marine Components: ‘Your partner in good performance’
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DAMEN SHIPYARDS GORINCHEM
P.O. Box 1 4200 AA Gorinchem The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 639 882 F +31 (0)612 207 796 E JJFR@damen.nl I www.damen.nl Contact: Mr Jan-Hein Reeringh, Communications Advisor
Damen Shipyards Group Damen Shipyards Group operates more than 55 shipyards, repair yards and related companies worldwide. Damen employs 8,000 people, has delivered over 5,500 vessels since 1969 and delivers some 150 vessels annually to worldwide customers. Standardisation Damenâ€™s focus on standardisation, modular construction and building on stock leads to short delivery times, low total cost of ownership, high resale value, proven technology and reliable performance. Productranges include tugs, workboats, patrol vessels, high speed craft, dredgers, offshore support vessels, frigates and super yachts.
Conversion projects range from updating smaller or older vessels to todayâ€™s requirements to the complete conversion or rebuilding of large jack-up rigs. A recent project consisted of converting a jack-up drill rig into offshore hotel accommodation.
Damen Offshore Series Damen believes its global presence, shipbuilding philosophy and continuing family-run ethos, can make the difference. With (partner) yards in Europe, Asia, Africa, (South) America and the Middle East, Damen operates close to the offshore markets. With continuous investments in long-term R&D programs, new technologies emerge and are incorporated into Damen vessel and series designs. The Damen Offshore Series consists of both proven and newly designed vessels. Examples are PSVs, Fast Crew Suppliers (incl. Sea Axe bows reducing slamming up to 70%); 75-200 t BP Anchor Handling Tug Suppliers, an Offshore Heavy Lift Vessel, the Ro-Ro Deep Dredge (a deepwater modular dredging system), Safety Standby Vessels, the new Damen Offshore Carrier 7500 (with 2,300m2 deck space), a Well Stimulation Vessel and a new Oil Spill Response Vessel.
Services Damen offers a broad range of Services, such as Lifecycle Maintenance Services, Customer Finance, Training and transfer of (shipbuilding) knowledge, incl. building-on-site and civil works, such as quaysides, slipways, drydocks and complete shipyards at remote locations. Damen Shiprepair & Conversion Damen offers a network of 16 ship repair & conversion yards worldwide, 40 dry docks of all types and sizes (up until 420 * 80 m) and onsite/onboard repair services. Most yards are conveniently located along the North Sea coast from France to Sweden. In a recent contract Damen carried out repairs and the lifetime extension of an FPSO, including the complete overhaul of the turret.
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DETLEV LOELL & PARTNERS Faehrstrasse 1 D-17449 Peenemuende Germany T +49 38371 88 7 55 F +49 38371 260 44 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.detlevloell.de M +49 172 411 52 80
Detlev Loell and Partner, Design, Engineering, Survey and Consulting Detlev Loell and Partner is specialised in design, engineering and building supervision of classic sailing yachts and commercial tallships of any size. The company was founded in 1991 and was involved in the design and production of some of the most impressive sailships ever seen. For example the 59 metre racing schooner “Germania Nova”, delivered in 2011, was built in Spain under our supervision and project management. The rigging of the largest full ship, the 138 metre “Sea Cloud Hussar” was designed in our offices. We, this is the 51 years old CEO of the company, Detlev Loell, mastercraftsman of boat and shipbuilding, chairman of the German shipsurveyors association, member of SNAME, VMVS, BVWW and his team of highly specialized engineers, riggers and sailship specialists. The very well experienced team (nearly all of them more than 20 years in the job) is multilingual (German, English, Spanish), the education ranges from captain to ship building engineer and designer and the team is travelling the world to accomplish the jobs where ever needed. Our main office is situated at the harbor waterfront of Peenemuende/ Germany with airfield and trainstation in 5 minutes reach. We have our own workshops for mock-up construction and building of wooden boats. We have a second office in Pontevedra/Spain. We use the latest design program on our multi screen workstations, cooperate with the Technical University of Kiel for windtunnel tests and hull resistance tests to get the best performance and the most comfortable ride.
We cooperate with Germanischer Lloyd and Lloyd´s Register. We are well seeked specialists for large gaff riggs and square riggs. We do annual surveys, cost evaluations, project management, consulting works. We organize new buildings, overhauling, upgrading, repairs and refit works wherever our customers want. Our experience comes from our sailing journeys across the Atlantic, sailing up north to Greenland, Island, Spitzbergen, but also south to Antarctic on gaff cutters and square riggers, racing North Sea with full riggers or barks, building wooden sailing ships in Ireland or Sultanat Oman, steel ships in Holland, Spain or France, Alloy riggings in Russia, surveys in Singapur or Rio the Janeiro, sea trials in Italy or Spain, managing training ships and commercial yachts... Some of our customers: SY Germania Nova, SY Doriana, SY Noelani, SY Phocea, MY Haida G., MY Zaffira, STV Cisne Branco, STV Roald Amundsen, STV Nobile, STV Gorch Fock, STV, Fridtjof Nansen, STV Thor Heyerdahl, PSV Sea Cloud, PSV Sea Cloud II, PSV Sea Cloud Hussar, PSV Lili Marleen, PSV Star Clipper, PSV Star Flyer... We have long time relationships with several very well seasoned companies, like Oliver Design in Getxo/Spain for Interior design, or SDC in Hamburg/Germany for steel hull engineering, Astilleros Freire in Vigo/Spain, HDW in Kiel/Germany as shipyards, but we are open to new experience always... You have your dream, we show you the way to get it done in time and budget. Detlev Loell and Partner, Design, Engineering, Survey and Consulting
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DISCOM B.V. Staalindustrieweg 5 2952 AT Ablasserdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 681 0960 F +31 (0)78 681 0970 E email@example.com I www.discom.eu Contact: Mr M. Werkman
Discom: Solutions for noise, emission and heat! Discom’s history goes back more than thirty years. From that time our field of work has broadened considerably. Starting out as a supplier of silencers we have grown into an all-round specialist in exhaust systems. At Discom, noise limitation, reduction of hazardous emissions and waste heat recovery go hand in hand. That combination of expertise is unique. Integrating knowledge in these specialist fields enables us to coordinate systems precisely. This has all kinds of significant benefits, namely the retention of optimal performance, a more efficient development process, more effective responses to the possibilities and impossibilities during the integration phase and clarity for the customer, total system guarantee and this all with just one point of contact.
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Our expertise in complete exhaust systems for the maritime industry (inland- and seagoing vessels and navy ships) has been built up over three decades. Not only should you expect Discom to provide clear advice on how to keep noise and vibrations in line with the prevailing standards, but also to advise and assist with regulating the emission of exhaust gases. That combination of expertise means you can leave all the aspects of the exhaust system in the hands of a single specialist who guarantees optimal integration of inlet silencer, exhaust silencer, spark arrestors and mounting elements. We are specialists in both dry and ‘wet’ (water injected) exhaust systems and waste heat recovery systems. We also have a reputation of being a supplier with a keen eye for innovative techniques which increase performance or efficiency. Our own activities in the field of research and development help to create systems able to fulfil almost any demand.
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EERLAND SHIPREPAIR B.V.
IJzerwerkerkade 41 3077 MC Rotterdam Port No. 1095 The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 483 4888 F +31 (0)10 482 2325 E email@example.com
Since 1985 Eerland Shiprepair B.V. is well-known in ship building and ship repair. Situated at the river Nieuwe Maas in Rotterdam various repairs were done alongside our quay but also major projects were designed and built on/or alongside our yard. Our quay, with a length of 160 m has necessary mooring facilities available to accommodate ships alongside, our shore crane, lifting capacity of 9.5 tons at a beam of 21 m covers a wide field of our quay. A fully equipped construction hall with overhead cranes available for all kind of steel and/or machining works. Our equipment for steel repairs can also be rapidly mobilized for port repairs. Company profile Eerland Shiprepair is a short lined organization resulting in efficient response on your demands. We encourage a simple and effective approach in order to make the right decision having all modern equipment available. We are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to solve mostly all your problems about ship repair. If required we serve you worldwide, even while sailing.
Our services at your disposal 24/7 are: – Ship repair and conversion alongside – Port and voyage repairs worldwide. – Anchor and chain recovery and or re-fitting of new on board. – Rudder repair and inspections. – Crane works for transportation of materials on deck with our self propelled crane barge – Class authorized welding of steel, stainless steel, duplex, aluminium, cast iron. – Overhauling of winches of all brands. – Repair of gangways, quays, pontoons, etc. – Repair and new delivery of E-motors – Repair of electrical works on board. – Repair of hydraulic works on board. – Load and pull testing of cranes and winches with waterbags or from fixed point. – Cleaning services. – Custom made tarps/covers. – Scaffolding services. – Diving works, under water rudder repair and bow thruster repair Our floating and mobile equipment at your disposal: – Self-propelled crane barge with telescopic crane (lifting capacity 35 tons, outreach in height 45 m) – Mobile power pack units from 15 up to 175 KVA, 230/440V – Various pontoons; – Mobile dismountable dock for works at site. Our crane barge Marine Service 1 is fully equipped with tools for all major steel, stainless steel, duplex, aluminium repairs alongside in port and is certified by the Dutch Shipping Inspectorate, allowing us to enter the petrol harbours.
Eerland Shiprepair is a recognized Kenteq learning company. We make all efforts necessary educating our future employees who share our ambition in striving for efficiency and excellent performance.
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E & K ELECTRONICS Kreeft 19a 4401 NZ Yerseke The Netherlands T +31 (0)113 576 033 F +31 (0)113 576 041 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ekelectronics.nl
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E & K Electronics, based in Yerseke has its roots in the famous mussel village, where numerous mussel dredgers sail around with an electroinstallation of E & K Electronics. The reason for this is simple. A mix of knowledge of marine electronics, listen carefully to the specific needs and desires of the customer and a healthy dose of creativity make that the installations of E & K Electronics excel in functionality and reliability.
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That E & K is capable of more than just creating electro-solutions for mussel vessels is proven by the complete engineering, design and installation of the electricity-installation for two seagoing multi-purpose service vessels built by Maaskant Shipyards in Stellendam. These two “state of the art” ships of a very advanced design contain many smart and above all practical electrical solutions that allow that the work on board can be done fast, reliable and performed safely. With this showpiece, E & K demonstrated that they are able to be able to perform well within the stipulated time complex tasks in the field of ship electronics. Besides making new installations, E & K also specializes in the execution of electrical maintenance, where or whenever needed. The all-round technicians are trained in analysing and repairing all kinds of electronical malfunctions. If a direct solution is not possible, then the highest priority is given to get the ship as quickly as possible back in service.
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ELECTRA BRANDT B.V. De Roysloot 10, Rijnsburg P.O. Box 3230 2220 CE Katwijk The Netherlands T +31 (0)71 402 9210 F +31 (0)71 402 1819 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.electrabrandt.nl Contact: Mr Sape Kuiper
We provide in-house services in the field of: Diesel Injection technique – Repair, reconditioning and overhaul of diesel injection systems and its components – Repair of engine governing systems (ao GAC) – Repair of starting systems and dynamo’s – Adjustment and timing in situ We have the latest Bosch Diesel injection pump test stand and carry out repairs and the overhaul of all diesel injection systems, including common rail, used in marine, industry, and transport.
Winding technique – In-house overhaul and re-winding of alternators and electrical motors – Repair and overhaul of pumps and gears We rewind and recondition electric motors and generators of all different sizes. Important detail is that windings are vacuum impregnated. For seawater or chemical application windings can be insulated according to IP 67. Cleaning Technique – Repair and overhaul cleaning equipment Our Service Engineers are trained by our principals.
Furthermore Electra Brandt is authorized distributor and stockist for: L’ Orange : Diesel injection technology Bosch Diesel Center : Diesel injection specialist Nilfisk-Alto : Cleaning equipment Cummins Filtration (Fleetguard) : Filter technology G A C : Engine governing systems Startwell : Spring starting systems KTI : Hydraulic starting systems GALI : Air starting systems Ingersoll Rand : Compressors Facom / Kraftwerk : Tools
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FLIR COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS
Smidse 2 1671 NJ Medemblik The Netherlands T +31 (0)35 820 0249 F +31 (0)35 820 0250 E email@example.com I www.estechnologies.nl Contact: Mr Cor Meedendorp, Mr Diederick Stam
Luxemburgstraat 2 2321 Meer Belgium T +32 (0)36 655 100 F +32 (0)33 035 624 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.flir.com
1.6 MHh or 1.632kWh 12 times 13 modules in serial setup or 675Vdc/136kWh Weight 11,700 kg (batteries only) Volume 19,2 mtr3 Peak charge 3,2 MWh Peak discharge 8,1 MWh
ESTechnologies BV is established in 2009 by Cor Meedendorp and Diederick Stam, both managing partners of Floattech BV. They met almost ten years ago and worked together on luxury yachts at respected shipyards. They evaluated their knowledge of energy systems and developed the first Lithium-Polymer Marine battery with Lloyds certificate in the world. This battery for maritime purposes is specially designed for large energy storage systems in the most harsh environment. ESTechnologies is producer of Energy Storage for: − Offshore − Wind energy − Port & Shipping − cruise ships and ferries − Shipbuilding industry − container vessels − Mega yachts − Tugboats − special vessels (OSV, OCV, pipe laying vessels, submarine, rescue, etc.) To guarantee the extensive lifetime of this battery, ESTechnologies has also designed a unique Constant Active Battery Management System. This BMS system can balance energy between cells within one battery unit and even between cells of different battery units connected in one system. This unique Dutch product, has excellent performance and can safely be applied to large scalable electrical energy storage systems. The batteries contribute directly to CO² reduction and are a very important part in the new design of diesel electric propulsion and other generator applications. By temporarily storing overcapacity and to use this as a direct support in case of peak loads, a unique stable, independent and highly efficient power source can be installed in many remote locations. By using the generators only in the most efficient area, the consumption per kW and the general maintenance and mechanical wear will reduce strongly. Besides energy storage, we can also take care of conversion to any grid.
FLIR Systems markets a full range of thermal imaging cameras for maritime applications being used by owners of pleasure craft and yachts, commercial vessels, work boats, fishing boats, cruise ships and many other types of vessel. They allow users to navigate in all circumstances, even objects which cannot be detected by radar such as wooden boats, floating debris etc. become clearly visible with a thermal imaging camera. See in Total Darkness A FLIR thermal imaging camera allows the user to clearly see channel markers, shipping lane traffic, land outcrops, bridge pilings, floating debris, exposed rocks, other vessels and any other floating object. Increase Safety & Security on Board Both yachts and commercial vessels contain a lot of valuable equipment that is susceptible to theft. A thermal imaging camera will assist the user to see what is happening around their vessel. Long Range Threat of Detection A shipboard environment can be very isolated and vulnerable. By using a FLIR thermal imaging camera everything around can be clearly seen, even at long distances. Approaching vessels and activity in port or at anchor can be monitored without alerting them. Man Overboard Searches Thermal imaging cameras are widely used by coastguard and rescue workers for man overboard searches, spotting and rescuing people in the water before hypothermia sets in. Anti-Piracy A FLIR thermal imaging camera allows the user to see vessels on the horizon and allow decision making capability before it is too late.
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FINDER RELAIS NEDERLAND B.V. Dukdalfweg 51 1041 BC Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 615 6557 F +31 (0)20 617 8992 E email@example.com I www.finder.nl
automation, home appliances, vending machines, air conditioning and heating, building automation and control, domestic installations, shipbuilding and yachtbuilding and generally wherever power switching is needed.
Finder’s 10,000 different products represent one of the most extensive product lines available on the market. They are the result of specialization across a variety of PCB relays, industrial relays, relay interface modules, sockets and accessories, timers, monitoring relays, energy meters, surge protection devices, thermostats, modular contactors, modular solid state relays, light dependent relays, electronic step relays, time switches, dimmers and PIR movement detectors. The year was 1954 and Piero Giordanino patented a step relay that was later used in the development of an innovative lighting system. This marked the beginnings of Finder, which started with the production of electromechanical relays for residential and commercial installations and expanded into the production of industrial electromechanical relays in the 1960’s. Today’s product quality and extensive ditribution network have made Finder a European leader with worldwide coverage. Finder products are distributed through exclusive agents, wholesalers and local distributors in over 50 different countries, thus making the company truly global. The entire manufacturing process is developed in-house, in line with Finder’s “from conception to automation” philosophy. The product range is produced according to the UNI-EN-ISO 9001 quality system control standards and is at the forefront in terms of reliability, and high specification.
Finder has always followed a product value strategy aimed at constantly increasing quality. Product line reliability has been recognized through many approvals by international standards organizations including UL, CSA, VDE, Lloyd’s Register and RINA and are in compliance with the IEC standards and the CE directive. As important as these quality approvals are, Finder considers it no more important than its partnerships with customers, who are able to value the quality of its products and after-sales service.
The extensive Finder product range is designed to meet the requirements of a variety of application areas, such as: industrial
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GEA WESTFALIA SEPARATOR NEDERLAND B.V.
GEBHARD ELECTRO B.V.
Hoogveld 16 P.O. Box 375 5430 AJ Cuijk The Netherlands T +31 (0)485 319 300 F +31 (0)485 319 301 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.westfalia-separator.nl, www.gea.com
Innovatiepark 14 4906 AA Oosterhout The Netherlands T +31 (0)162 452888 F +31 (0)162 433761 E email@example.com I www.gebhard.nl Contact: Mr A. Versluis en Mr R. van de Wiel
As a member of the GEA Group, GEA Westfalia Separator Group is one of the world’s leading companies in the field of centrifugal separation technology. Because of its intensive research and development activities, GEA Westfalia Separator has been instrumental in determining the advance of mechanical separation technology for more than 120 years. In doing this, numerous and groundbreaking improvements to separation technology, machinery, and processes were developed.
Gebhard Electro, successful component for maritime electronic systems
A strict focus on existing, potential, and new (maritime) applications, like ballast water treatment, aims at providing our customers with comprehensive and beneficial technologies. This forms the very foundation of our success. GEA Westfalia Separator’s core competencies are development, design, manufacturing, and worldwide service of our equipment. Certified in accordance with international standards, GEA Westfalia centrifuges, systems, and complete processing lines set unparalleled standards for performance, service life, and economic and ecologically friendly operation. GEA Westfalia separation systems are applied in well over 3,000 different industrial applications, worldwide. As a subsidiary of GEA Westfalia Separator Group, GEA Westfalia Separator Nederland B.V. has access to its extensive knowhow and expertise. Our engineers specialize in design of stand-alone machines, or complete turnkey systems, tailored to meet each customer’s individual requirements. Support does not end with successful integration of our machines in your process surroundings. GEA Westfalia Separator Nederland B.V. has an authorized workshop for all equipment checks, repairs and overhauls. Our well equipped service engineers provide 24-hours/7-days assistance to keep your machines in perfect condition and to maximize uptime.
Gebhard Electro, located in Oosterhout, the Netherlands, is specialised in ship electrical systems since 1946. The company has grown from a small local installer for inland waterway tanker barges into a global company for both inland and maritime shipping. The new accommodation off the A59 motorway offers adequate space for the current rate of growth. Gebhard is proud of the company’s progress, in spite of the economic dip. Thanks in part to its activities in Asia, Gebhard is relatively immune to the effects of local head winds. The business philosophy is based on the idea that a ship owner must be able to opt in at multiple stages in the system design and construction process. In addition to constructing complete systems, Gebhard has standardised the main components, making it possible to deliver systems in parts or as a complete assembly package to any location in the world. Additional customer-specific components can be delivered to order. This innovative approach means that customised arrangements can be delivered with very short lead times. In addition to Oosterhout, Gebhard has also found a home port in Dalian, China. The company has set up Dalian Haien Gebhard Electrical Apparatus at this location. The results are very encouraging. Initially, the designs were produced in the Netherlands, but now engineers are also active in China. The Chinese products are delivered all over the world at a very competitive price. There is enough staff capacity to quickly switch to shift working so that production can take place on a continuous basis if required. We are looking forward to the new phase that our company is set to experience at this scenic location. “We hope that shipping operators in the world will find it easier to make use of our services”.
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GIANNESCHI PUMPS AND BLOWERS via G. Pastore 19/21 55041 Capezzano Pianore (LU) Italy T +39 0584 3651 F +39 0584 969411 M firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 1969 Gianneschi Pumps and Blowers (previously known as G&R up until 2004) have taken its name all over the world. From Pleasure boats to Merchant and Military ships normally from 12-120 mts in length. In the last few years Gianneschi have focused on the mega yacht field which has lead them to having an overall experience in their sector. Due to continuous success in the megayacht sector, it was necessary to renovate and en-large the factory space taking them to a covered area of 4,000 sqm fully equipped with automatic tools such as a painting machine and a vertical storage. Pumps, water pressure systems, blowers, water heaters, engine pumps, compressors and dc/ac motors... all Italian made gives its products. The highest quality on the market, each single product is tested before delivered to the customer. We study ways to simplify your life onboard by offering you the best type of package which would suit you. It could be one product or one of our complete kits which only save you time and money. When a product is purchased from Gianneschi, sales and service points worldwide are available to our customers wherever they may be. In 2004 Gianneschi also introduced Gianneschi Service which is able to repair and give assistance on products. Being at such a high standard – Gianneschi, no doubt is certified ISO Vision 2000. In the last times Gianneschi has designed, built a new patented pump: Gigetta
Gigetta heart is made of two stage with dual impellers system, this allows to combine the centrifugal impeller characteristics, as high dynamic fluid efficiency, with a special helical impeller profile, designed for a quick priming (100 mm in diameter x 100 meters pipe length in less than 2 minutes). In this way we can avoid all external priming systems (such as ejectors or vacuum pumps) reducing the installation/ maintenance cost and the complex system. A specific design of the centrifugal impeller, together with the diffuser, let us to reach outstanding performance. All several components, realized with an impressive level of precision, are made in high quality bronze and s/ steel ensuring the best resistance against corrosion. The double oil bath seal system avoids, during the priming time, the dry running of the seals giving fully reliability and less maintenance. All these extraordinary characteristics are “combine” in a product with reduced dimension.
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GUSTO MSC B.V.
DE HAAN SPECIAL EQUIPMENT B.V.
P.O. Box 687 3100 AR Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2883 000 F +31 (0)10 2883 001 E marketing@GustoMSC.com I www.GustoMSC.com Contact: Mr Coen Landa
P.O. Box 4 9500 AA Stadskanaal The Netherlands T +31 (0)599 613 300 F +31 (0)599 621 168 E email@example.com I www.dehaan-se.com
GustoMSC is the leading design and engineering company for all types of mobile offshore units like jack-ups, semi-submersibles and offshore vessels. Our business approach is to deliver proprietary designs under license and associated equipment like jacking systems and X-Y skidding systems to the market.
Manufacturer De Haan SE makes employees talents part of business concept Located in the North of the Netherlands, De Haan Special Equipment BV designs, manufactures, tests and delivers lifting blocks and steel wire rope sockets for many worldwide manufacturers. The company’s ties to the Netherlands dates back to 1898, as De Haan SE started as a natural rope manufacturer and then grew to be one of the world’s top 3 suppliers in special equipment.
D.P. Drillships − GustoMSC class Qdrill, a.o. Bully I & II GustoMSC P10,000 class, a.o. Ensco DS-1, GSF C.R. Luigs, Deepwater Champion, Deepsea Metro I & II, Magellan − Qdrill units under construction (9 in total): a.o. Cassino, Ondina, Pituba, Interlagos − P10,000 units under construction (13 in total): a.o. Noble Don Taylor, Bob Douglas, Sam Croft & Tom Madden, Ocean BlackHawk, BlackHornet, BlackRhino & BlackLion, Renaissance, Resolute, Reliance & Relentless, Bolette Dolphin Jack-ups − Drilling GustoMSC CJ series (CJ46, -50, -54, -62, -70, -80), a.o. COSL-936, Maersk Inspirer, Maersk Reacher, Naga 2 & 3, West Elara; over 20 CJ46 & CJ50 units under construction − CJ-70 units under construction: Maersk 1, 2 & 3, West Linus, Statoil CAT-J 1 & 2, Noble CAT-J − Construction, a.o. Wind Lift I, Seafox-7, JB-114, JB-115, JB-117, JB-118, Seajacks Kraken, Leviathan, Zaratan & Hydra, GMS Endeavour, Seajacks Scylla − Construction, NG-9000C units: a.o. Brave Tern, Bold Tern, Sea Installer, Sea Challenger Semi-submersibles − Drilling GustoMSC DSS series, a.o. Maersk Explorer, Maersk Developer, Gold Star & Alpha Star, Portogalo, Bracuhy, Mangaratiba − Drilling TDS series, a.o. Lone Star, Delba III, Norbe VI − Accommodation DSS series: Floatel Superior & Endurance − Accommodation OCEAN series: Cotemar T.B.N. 1 & 2 − Crane/pipelay, a.o. Balder, Hermod, Saipem 7000 Crane vessels Oleg Strashnov, Hai Yang Shi You 201
Working fields and market needs According to Commercial Director Dirk Stamhuis, De Haan’s products nowadays are predominantly used in the offshore industry and in large building projects, such as the construction of windmills. The business’s target group for lifting blocks includes manufacturers of port, ship, factory and mobile cranes. Quality management is an evident part of the working process. De Haan is only the second company in the Netherlands to earn a Welding Certificate according to DIN 18800-7 Class E. Qualities consolidated in a Dutch company All of De Haan SE’s research and development takes place on its home turf, in the Netherlands. Also, Mr Stamhuis explained that the company’s personnel are trained on-site because of the specialised material. “We promote ourselves as a Dutch company,” he added. “We are proud of our heritage and the quality of our employees.” For that reason the business concept of De Haan SE contains a lot of their talents, such as a permanent focus on a high-service level in De Haan SE’s customer service center. Or, for instance, the distribution of product information in a digital product platform on which our customers can do a quotation request anytime, anyplace. “We consolidated our company talents in a series of 7. This series reveals all qualities of De Haan SE.”
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HEINEN & HOPMAN ENGINEERING BV
Grotenoord 1 P.O. Box 252 3341 LT Hendrik Ido Ambacht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 682 3404 F +31 (0)78 682 3403 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.heatmaster.nl
Produktieweg 12 3751 LN Bunschoten-Spakenburg The Netherlands T +31 (0)33 299 2500 F +31 (0)33 299 2599 E email@example.com I www.heinenhopman.com
Heatmaster was founded in 2002 and is a leading supplier for heating systems on board ships. The systems are used to heat the cargo and/ or the HFO380 fuel for the main engine. Heatmaster can also assist you with the design, calculation and engineering of the heating system. We have experience and specialized knowledge for the most optimal heating solution in thermal fluid, hot water or steam. We take care of your heating system with dedicated engineers who are continuously improving the installations and designs to achieve successful performances. The staff of Heatmaster has a long history and immense experience in heating systems in the industry, offshore and marine. We have the drive and the outspoken desire to face new challenges in order to stay at the forefront. Our reference list with more than 400 heating systems in various types of installations is a result of this. Some owners have more than thirty ships sailing with our heating system. We offer you a world-wide service network, we have most common parts available in stock and we are at your service 24 hours a day. Since 2006 we have our branch office in Shanghai and since 2007 we have the ISO 9001 quality certificate. Our boilers are constructed in the famous German Wiesloch boiler factory. These large and strong boilers are excepted in the market for their long life-time and low fuel consumption. The delivered system can include the latest generation of PLC control with touch-screen. Our delivery programme includes all thinkable parts of the heating system, like: – Heaters / boilers / exhaust gas systems – Pumps – Valves – Tanks – Heat exchangers – Spare parts Heatmaster, your hottest innovator.
Leading specialist & global supplier of maritime climate technology. Founded in 1965, Heinen & Hopman is a world leader in airconditioning, mechanical ventilation, refrigeration and central heating for the maritime industry. As an innovator in the design, engineering and installation of systems for buildings and vessels, we offer you the most comprehensive customized solutions available today. Being active in a wide range of applications – from offshore to yachting, commercial vessels to the navy, Heinen & Hopman has across the board expertise that can be applied into each segment. Installing a system on an offshore facility requires knowledge of how the specific process works – you cannot use a commercial vessel system. The comfort and spatial considerations when fitting an air conditioning system to a superyacht are very different to a frigate. Making the most of our cross-segment synergies, progress in one area is swiftly incorporated into others. Heinen & Hopman provides exceptional reliability. Our broad expertise and economies of scale in design, construction and purchasing means that we can serve you as a genuine one-stop shop. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Heinen & Hopman employs over 1,000 skilled people and has subsidiaries around the world. Our 24/7 global support network ensures that the service we provide is quick and reliable wherever you may find yourself. Technical knowledge, local know-how and an ability to adapt make our staff true problem-solving professionals.
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HOLLAND MARINE LIFTS
HOLLAND MARINE TECHNOLOGIES B.V.
Rivierdijk 641 A+B 3371 EE Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 679 311 F +31 (0)184 679 277 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hollandmarinelifts.com Contact: Mr Emile van der Starre
Pompmolenlaan 13 3447 GK Woerden The Netherlands T +31 (0)348 416 075 F +31 (0)348 410 019 E info@HollandMT.com I www.HollandMT.com Contact: Mr Jan Willem de Wit
Holland Marine Lifts (HML) specializes in designing, engineering, production and installation of custom made lifts on board of seagoing vessels. Holland Marine Lifts has four business lines: – Mega yachts – Navy vessels – Offshore vessels – Commercial vessels
Holland Marine Technologies B.V. is a leading engineering & contracting company providing innovative design and equipment packages to dredging contractors and shipyards (dredge builders).
HML does not have a standard choice of lift designs, but gives customers the freedom to determine what the best and most aesthetic solution in their situation is. Within the limits of the regulations and technical possibilities, we can create virtually everything. In our product portfolio we have: – Full glass panoramic lifts – Passenger lifts – Crew lifts – Dumbwaiters / Food lifts – Cargo lifts – Platform Lifts – Ammunition lifts Some aspects of HML’s passenger lifts: – Maximum passenger safety by using high quality components such as: drive, door detection systems and intelligent lift control – Plug-in lift trunk in steel or aluminium – Short assembly time through delivery of pre-assembled installation – Fire resistant landing doors according DIN, A0 or A60 The lifts of HML can be certified by different notified bodies on request. HML is ISO 9001 certified by Lloyd’s.
HollandMT’s practical approach is focussed on providing value-added services by making use of state of the art engineering, cost effective manufacturing and advanced project support services. HollandMT’s core activities include the following expertise: – Concept dredger design studies and dredge consultancy services. – Basic design packages for a wide range of dredgers, including trailing suction hopper dredgers (TSHD), backhoe dredgers, custom design cutter suction dredgers (CSD), split barges and water injection dredgers (WID). – Fabrication and supply of dredge equipment packages for above listed dredgers. – Fabrication and supply of customized dredge parts, such as dragarms, dragheads, gate-valves, ball-joints, (bow) coupling systems, pipe-lines and elbows, spuds, wear liners, and sheave blocks. – Project supervision, QA/QC and technical support services (for construction of dredgers) – After sales, wear- and spare-parts solutions. In cooperation with various (inter)national partners and co-makers, HollandMT provides first class dredger designs, equipment and services at a competitive price level. HollandMT’s experienced team of engineers and project managers are highly motivated and eager to provide the ultimate solution for any of your dredge design- or equipment requirements.
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Hydraulic Power Packs
A H Fire Fighting Systems PASSIONATE ABOUT OUR WORK. AND ABOUT YOU. We are Fischcon. Over the past few years, we have developed into a turn-key producer and supplier of customer-specific on/offshore fire-fighting installations, generator sets and hydraulic power packs. Alongside equipment for use in safe environments, we also specialise in supplying equipment for use in hazardous areas or severe environmental conditions. Our products are made exceptional and unique as a result of the fact that they operate effectively during crisis situations. Our highly qualified personnel design and construct a unique project for every client. We work with passion. That is where our power lies.
Packaging of Rotating Equipment Lorentzweg 3 | 4131 PH Vianen | The Netherlands | Tel.: +31 (0)347 - 329 020 | Fax: +31 (0)347 - 373 459 | email@example.com
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ATP Instone is the leading global provider of specialist travel management to the shipping & energy industries. Our extensive knowledge and expertise is the reason why companies rely on us for their Mission Critical Travel™. With consultants operating 24/7 in over 60 key locations, ATP Instone consistently delivers a cost effective, flexible and safety focused service. T +31 20 2011 209 E firstname.lastname@example.org W www.atpi.com
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SHIPYARD DE HOOP LOBITH
Bijlandseweg 17 - 19, 6916 BH Tolkamer P.O. Box 12, 6916 ZG Tolkamer The Netherlands T +31 (0)316 541 641 F +31 (0)316 542 322 E Lobith@dehoop.net I www.dehoop.net Contact: Mr P.A.B.M. Janssens, Mr F. Drenth, Mr J.P.F.M. Fasel
Shipyard De Hoop More than 120 years of Experience Shipyard De Hoop was founded in 1889 and has developed into one of the most established yards of the Dutch shipbuilding industry. At De Hoop, the focus is on designing, engineering and building custom vessels, for both the inland and seagoing markets. Using a characteristic down to earth approach, the yard provides all Dutch built craft for niche markets.
Shiprepair, Maintenance & Conversions Shipyard De Hoop aims to be a one-stop-shop for their clients. De Hoop Shiprepair is part of this. By offering preventative long-term maintenance programs at various service levels, it is possible to plan ahead and therefore keep the life-cycle cost of the ship low, whilst maintaining its good condition.
De Hoop facilities Shipyard De Hoop has two shipbuilding facilities, one in the Dutch province of Gelderland (De Hoop Lobith) and the other in the province of Groningen (De Hoop Foxhol). At both sites all the required core disciplines are in-house. To support both facilities there is an outfit quay in the Rotterdam harbour area. Company values De Hoop staff is committed to a customer-oriented ethic in which quality, creativity, innovation and flexibility towards the client are paramount. The shipyards pride themselves on embracing the latest technology, constantly investing in new facilities, evolving services and expanding their expertise. Each product is unique, built with a goalbased approach and always delivered on time.
Full life cycle support Shipyard De Hoop aims to deliver a complete package of products and services to support ship owners throughout the lifetime of their vessel. The package includes: – Customer Finance De Hoop has created a separate entity composed of shipping and finance experts providing specialist advisory services in: Regulatory & subsidy issues, financial engineering and other financing solutions. – Design studies Besides engineering for our own production, the yard also offers design and engineering services to third parties. – Turnkey shipbuilding De Hoop offers a wide range of vessels and does not limit itself to one particular type. Each design is unique and built with a goal- based approach to the client’s needs and wishes. – Designing & building interiors De Hoop has all the necessary expertise and disciplines to design and build a complete new interior under one roof.
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HUISMAN EQUIPMENT B.V. Admiraal Trompstraat 2 P.O. Box 150 – 3100 AD Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 245 2222 F +31 (0)10 245 2220 E email@example.com I www.huismanequipment.com
Huisman is a globally operating company with extensive experience in the design and manufacturing of heavy construction equipment for leading offshore companies. Our equipment, varying from standalone to highly engineered and integrated systems is designed and manufactured under own management.
Drilling – Land and Offshore Containerised Drilling Unit – Well Intervention Systems – Drillships – Semi-submersible Drilling Rigs
Cranes Delivery of customised cranes, range > 100mt: – Pedestal Cranes – Knuckleboom Cranes – Mast Cranes – Floating Cranes – Land Cranes – Wind Turbine Installation Cranes/Shuttle
Winches Heave Compensation Systems Vessel Designs New Concepts
Pipelay Turnkey delivery of pipelay systems: – Seven Seas: Flex, Reel & J-lay – CSO Deep Blue: Flex, Reel & J-lay – Seven Oceans: Reel-lay – Pertinacia: Flex-lay – Balder: Deepwater J-lay – Saipem 7000: Deepwater J-lay – Sapura 3000: Deepwater S-lay – Borealis: Deepwater S-lay – Aegir: Deepwater J-lay, Reel-lay and Flex-lay
We are internationally known for our technical and creative solutions, timely delivery of high quality equipment with full capacity from day one and a high reliability guarantee during operations. Our production is divided between our production facilities in The Netherlands, China and the Czech Republic with a new production location in Brazil currently under construction. Additional sales, engineering and service offices are located in Brazil, Singapore and the USA.
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IHC BEAVER DREDGERS B.V.
IHC DREDGERS B.V.
Molendijk 94 P.O. Box 3 3360 AA Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 411 555 F +31 (0)184 411 705 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ihcbeaverdredgers.com
Smitweg 6 P.O. Box 1 2960 AA Kinderdijk The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 691 0911 F +31 (0)78 691 3866 E email@example.com I www.ihcdredgers.com
IHC Beaver Dredgers in Sliedrecht, The Netherlands, is part of IHC Merwede and designs and builds a range of standard (IHC Beaver®) and custom-built cutter suction dredgers. It also manufactures auxiliary products (for use with cutter suction dredgers) and stationary dredging equipment, such as plain suction and bucket ladder dredgers. Small to medium-sized trailing suction hopper dredgers – designed by sister company IHC Dredgers in Kinderdijk – can also be built at the company’s shipyard.
Based in Kinderdijk, The Netherlands, IHC Dredgers is part of IHC Merwede and the global market leader in the development, engineering and construction of self-propelled dredgers. These vessels meet the specific requirements of the customer, because they are involved in every step of the design process.
Much attention is paid to optimising the technical and economic quality of the designs. All main dredging components and systems are designed and produced within IHC Merwede. Other parts are manufactured in close co-operation with suppliers in this region of The Netherlands, which guarantees optimum integration of dredging systems and other vital components. State-of-the-art facilities and highly qualified personnel ensure the delivery of first class products. Standard dredgers are built for immediate delivery from IHC Beaver Dredgers’ stockyard. Custom-built dredgers are developed in close co-operation with the customer. The vessels can be equipped with a wide range of technologically advanced instruments and automatic controls to optimise their dredging capabilities. The IHC Beaver Dredgers facilities in Sliedrecht consist of a 24,000m² covered building complex on the waterfront, located on a wide waterway with open access to the Rotterdam port area. There is a vessel slipway of approximately 130 by 22.5 metres in length and breadth respectively, with three 40-tonne overhead travelling cranes.
The knowledge and expertise of the shipyard’s in-house engineering team are reflected in every detail of the build. These qualities are complemented by the investment that has been made by IHC Dredgers in CAD/CAE/CAM technologies. All the main dredging components and systems are designed and produced within IHC Merwede. Other parts are manufactured in close co-operation with suppliers in this region of The Netherlands, which guarantees optimum integration of dredging and other vital systems. The manufacturing facilities consist of a state-of-the-art covered slipway, which can accommodate newly built ships to a maximum of approximately 200 by 31 metres in length and breadth respectively. The yard is located on a wide waterway with open access to the Rotterdam port area. Furthermore, IHC Dredgers’ base consists of advanced pre-fabrication machines and climate-controlled painting facilities. Highly skilled workers, in-house engineers and an optimum interior production process guarantee impeccable standards of quality, combined with short project lead times.
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IHC MERWEDE - OFFSHORE
IMTECH MARINE NETHERLANDS BV
Schaardijk 24 P.O. Box 216 2920 AE Krimpen aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 445 144 F +31 (0)180 445 199 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Sluisjesdijk 155 3087 AG Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 487 1911 F +31 (0)10 487 1702 E email@example.com I www.imtechmarine.com Contact: Mr Siebe van Oosterbaan
The Offshore division of IHC Merwede is focussed on the continuous development, design and construction of reliable, custom-built assets for the specialist oil and gas, and renewable energy markets. It is a low-risk, one-stop shop for the best design consultancy, product offering and finance package supplied to customers in the offshore market. IHC Merwede has in-house expertise for engineering and manufacturing innovative vessels and advanced equipment, as well as providing life-cycle support. Its integrated systematic approach has helped to develop optimum product performance and long-term business partnerships. Due to its expertise and strong relationships with suppliers, manufacturers and sub-contractors, IHC Merwede is able to take responsibility for complete turnkey projects. The company’s production facilities in The Netherlands can accommodate the construction of large new-build vessels and it can also build vessels in other locations around the world. Through its pioneering role, IHC Merwede ensures compliance with the latest technological developments, strictest safety regulations and most stringent environmental standards for pipelay, well intervention, diving support and multi-purpose offshore support vessels. The company has several offshore equipment business units and therefore draws on a long history of designing, constructing, assembling, commissioning, delivering and maintaining a broad range of offshore equipment for the oil and gas sector. This varies from the fabrication of single parts to complete integrated systems, such as equipment for pipe- and cablelaying, and diving and offshore support.
Imtech Marine NL is an all-round maritime technology specialist, operating as a full-service provider and system integrator of tailormade, innovative and sustainable solutions covering the whole ship. We specialise in energy generation & distribution, propulsion & drive systems, electrical systems & installation, platform automation, integrated bridge systems, navigation & communication equipment, AV entertainment systems and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC). Imtech Marine Netherlands represents a wide range of internationally renowned manufacturers of maritime technology, with a continuous focus on functional innovations. For communications at sea Imtech Marine Netherlands provides efficient and innovative connectivity solutions, guaranteeing excellent VSAT coverage around the world. In addition Imtech Marine Netherlands offers 24/7, fast and reliable maintenance services, both on spot and remote via the 24H Global Technical Assistance Centre in Rotterdam. Many ship owners around the world use the services of Imtech Marine Netherlands to maintain and repair the equipment on board.
Technological innovation will remain the company’s underlying strength through its continuous investment in research and development. Moreover, it helps to safeguard a sustainable environment.
Imtech Marine Netherlands is part of Imtech Marine, a leading company in the global maritime market, operating as a full-service provider and system integrator of tailor-made, innovative technology solutions covering the whole ship. Imtech Marine provides innovative systems and reliable services during the full lifetime of the ship. Unique is the worldwide ISO:9001 certification, granted by Lloyds, emphasizing Imtech Marine’s focus on delivering quality at all times. In 2011, Imtech Marine reached annual revenues of more than 500 million euro, employing over 2,600 staff at 89 offices based along shipping routes and close to shipbuilding centres. Imtech Marine is part of the stock listed Royal Imtech N.V.
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INNOVATIVE INPUT Ringdijk 396 2983 GS Ridderkerk The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 545 499 F +31 (0)180 545 490 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.innovativeinput.nl Contact: Mr Pieter Kalkman email@example.com Mr Jan Groenendijk firstname.lastname@example.org Mr Marcel van Meel email@example.com
An innovative approach Innovative Input (II) designs and delivers mechanical constructions for offshore, onshore and civil applications that go beyond common solutions. This brings opportunities: requests that seem impossible at first become possible. Knowledge, Creativity, Experience Three keywords are important. Knowledge makes clear what is technically possible. Creativity stands for thinking like an innovator; out of the box. Experience is necessary in order to act innovatively. II started as design agency. Nowadays we deliver the final products as well. What we do and how we work II constructs dedicated (lifting) systems, winches and accessories like lifting beams. Products are completed with power and control system and mostly delivered with class approval documents. Your challenge An assignment often begins with a question. Then brainstorming follows; resulting in rough sketches presenting possible solutions. During this process, II designers frequently contact the client. This way we stay in line with our clients to achieve an optimal result. This method often delivers surprising solutions.
Cranes Companies often have specific requirements for a crane. II converts these requirements into an overall design. This may concern compact overhead cranes able to withstand acceleration on the open sea, horse frame constructions for the placement of concrete tubes or gantries for nuclear facilities.
Winches II supplies winches separately or as part of a crane or other piece of equipment. For instance, II supplies custom-made winches for steel wire, for hydraulic hoses and electric wire as well. Another example is a deadweight anchor winch with flexible damping, able to withstand swell at sea. Hoisting equipment It is often impossible to steadily hoist heavy loads without dedicated equipment. The design of hoisting equipment requires knowledge and custom-made solutions. II designs and supplies various tools of this kind, such as spreader beams, lifting beams, compensators and lifting frames. The beams of II are unique in their strength-weight ratio. Specials At times, there is no tool available to solve a specific offshore challenge. In that case II designs a special tool. For instance II has developed and delivered a subsea hammer system which can demolish rocky ridges in a harbour entrance. A hammer, connected to the heave compensated king post and mounted on a DP-controlled vessel, walks over the seabed and performs the demolition of the ridges. EYES LOOKING FOR YOUR SUCCESS
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JOHNSON CONTROLS SYSTEMS & SERVICE B.V.
DE KEIZER MARINE ENGINEERING B.V.
Pieter Zeemanweg 16 P.O. Box 399 3300 AJ Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 630 5010 F +31 (0)78 651 4292 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.york-marine.com Contact: Mr Stavros Barzas (Service Sales) T +31 (0)78 630 5036 Mr Arno Jansen (Parts Sales) T +31 (0)78 630 5032
Sluispolderweg 44a 1505 HK Zaandam The Netherlands T +31 (0)75 650 4650 E email@example.com I www.dekeizermarine.com
Marine, HVAC & Refrigeration As part of global Johnson Controls, the Dutch marine branch is specialized in design, supply, repair, clean, overhaul, retrofit, commissioning and maintenance of HVAC & refrigeration systems on board of vessels as well as offshore platforms. A proper designed solution kept in good shape is the key to operate an efficient refrigeration & HVAC system. It guarantees the quality of the cargo and well-being of people on board. Technical failures-like wear and tear-require maintenance to be done. Proper and timely repair help to reduce total cost of operating the vessel and prolong the working life of the systems.
De Keizer is an ambitious family owned Dutch company with nearly half a century of experience in the maritime, technical industry and delivers high quality products and services as well as innovative solutions. Since 1965, De Keizer has been active in designing, building and installing custom built electrical installations, computer controlled alarm, monitoring and operating systems and entertainment units for the luxurious yacht and shipbuilding industry. The systems are designed and constructed in accordance with the requirements of accreditation bodies such as Lloyds Register EMEA, Bureau Veritas, Det Norske Veritas, American Bureau of Shipping, MCA, or the Netherlands Maritime Inspectorate (SI). De Keizer is also NEN ISO 9001 certified. De Keizer is driven by passion and innovation. With these core values, De Keizer has been partner in maritime technical solutions for over four decades.
Marine solutions, services & products – Industrial compressors – System retrofit – Compressor overhaul – Maintenance services – Cooling & freezing systems (full contracts, repairs, cleaning) – Refrigerated provision stores – Supply of refrigerants – HVAC systems – Technical support Marine parts In our Johnson Controls Parts Centre, we have >6,000 OEM products on stock which means we are able to deliver with short notice everywhere around the globe. Products covered manufactured by Johnson Controls factories: Sabroe, Stal, York, Gram, Frick, UNISAB & Stalectronic control systems. Other makes we supply: Bitzer, Bock, Danfoss, Novenco and more. JCI employees are experts in dealing with all aspects of maintenance, leaving your staff what you do best. We maintain a global network providing you or your customers with comprehensive technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round.
OUR DEPARTMENTS Electrical systems De Keizer works with its clients to provide high quality and custom built installations of complete on-board electrical systems. Entertainment & Control This business unit integrates alarming, monitoring, audio/video, lighting – and what other applications the client may require – in a user-friendly interface like a tablet pc (iPad). DekaSis De Keizer developed its own Lloyd’s type approved alarm monitoring and control system (AMCS) called DekaSis. DekaSis is fully redundant and decentralized to minimize cabling weight and cost. The system design makes it possible to control and monitor anywhere onboard via touchscreens. R&D Innovating and staying ahead of the latest developments are essential values in the operational vision of De Keizer. Service Following the installation of its system, De Keizer takes on the responsibility of aftersales services and provide services to yachts around the world.
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C.U.W. KELLER GMBH & CO
KLEEN-TEX INDUSTRIES IN EUROPA GMBH
Bonner Strasse 38 53842 Troisdorf Germany T +49 (0)2241 980 114 F +49 (0)2241 980 200 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.keller-getriebe.de Contact: Mr Marcel J. M. Wiegman
Münchner Strasse 21 6330 Kufstein Austria T +43 5372 61380 F +43 5372 61380 49 E email@example.com I www.nautic-mats.eu
C. u. W. Keller GmbH & Co. KG (KELLER), founded in 1901, is now in its fourth generation as one of the leading gear manufacturers in Europe. Over the years, KELLER developed itself into a global player for all heavy duty industrial and marine applications with gearboxes up to 7 million Nm output torque.
Kleen-Tex was founded in 1967 by the family Howard in LaGrange, Georgia, USA and has grown to be a worldwide leading supplier of innovative mats. Our long years of experience and the ambition for continuous development and improvement have made us a reliable supplier and a strong partner.
Over the last 10 years, KELLER repaired and supplied a triple-digit number of gearboxes for marine applications, e. g. – Propulsion gearboxes of 15,000 kW – Cutter head gearboxes of 3,600 kW – Dredge pump gearboxes of 8,000 kW – Submerged dredge pump gearboxes of 2,400 kW – Generator gearboxes of and larger than 4,000 kW etc. – Traction winch gearboxes of 800 kW
We strive to become the leading manufacturer of mats and we intend to pursue our plan by being innovative and continuously improving our manufacturing, sales and customer service. We will reach our goal with continuous growth: economical and environmental. This involves a minimal chain of command, good networking and our environmental awareness. In our efforts to always be up to date, we have completed our selection of mats by adding a new and extravagant series – the Nautic-Mat by Kleen-Tex. It was obvious to offer special mats for a field where water is a symbol for pleasure and a purpose in life. On the other hand it also carries a certain source of danger that should not be neglected. Noble designs or mats with custom-made designs – coated with a white rubber, especially developed for this purpose – will surely be the eye-catcher on your boat or yacht. You choose the look of your personal mat! Decide about size, color, embroidery with your boat name and logo and even give it a final embellishment with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. Other than just being attractive and made out of highquality, they also offer a high degree of protection and safety.
KELLER offers transmission solutions from a single source. We design, produce, repair,maintain and optimize with a passion and experience we have acquired, in particular,in the individual manufacture of custom-made special gearboxes. – Our portfolio includes the design and manufacture of gear wheels with diameters of up to 4.0 m and, based on these, the development and production of innovative special transmission units weighing up to 200 tons. – For all sectors, we produce unique gearing components and gearboxes to individual specifications. We also maintain, repair or optimize both our own gear units and those of other manufacturers.
In maritime operation – especially in the dredging and offshore sector – KELLER gearboxes demonstrate their high quality on deck and in the engine room. KELLER gear units guarantee full speed ahead.
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VAN DER KLOET FOTO & VIDEOPRODUCTIES BV
KOLMER ELEKTROMOTOREN B.V.
Lelystraat 93O / 93P 3364 AH Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 412 487 F +31 (0)184 417 103 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.kloet-foto.nl Contact: Mr René van der Kloet
Industrieweg 16 3881 LB Putten The Netherlands T +31 (0)341 369 696 F +31 (0)341 369 690 E email@example.com I www.kolmer.nl Contact: Mr Jerry Spanhaak
“Our Image, Your Identity” Established in 1912 van der Kloet specializes in the fields of technical, promotional and industrial photography. The video division was established in 1988 and forms, together with the photography services, a complete image processing and production company.
The most essential part of rotating electrical equipment is an electric motor. This electric motor is the main product of Kolmer Elektromotoren. This product requires a wide range of technical knowledge from the product but also from the application.
To be able to adapt yourself to any environment is a quality that is unique. Photo & Videoproductions van der Kloet has that flexibility, and therefore every production has its quality guaranteed. This is what “Our Image, Your Identity” stands for, from our wide utilized modern studio in Sliedrecht to the Honk Kong Skyline, we work for more than 500 companies in more than 70 countries. We are extremely well utilized for digital artwork and have our own editing suites available. Jobs are carried out and processed under own management enabling to work faster and cost effective. Supported by a dedicated team, specialized in digital full colour photography and videography, the team has a solid reputation by their customers and some of them over more than 65 years. Sliedrecht is well known about the dredging & shipbuilding companies. Since 1937 van der Kloet is based in this city and follows their clients all over the world. For a total presentation or some details of a work they fly them in, with the knowledge that they get what they want. Even it concerns Shipbuilding, Repair, Offshore, Dredging or Yachtbuilding van der Kloet knows how to visualize your company. For presentations of your images they create a house-style and they are doing that for more than 50 companies. Every-one just give the number of the photo and it will be ready in a few days. It never stop with only making a picture. Van der Kloet has received the Royal title “By Appointment to the Court of the Netherlands” and is also BOSIET and HUET certified for the Offshore Industry. This make them a very reliable partner for the whole Maritime and Offshore Industry.
If there are special mechanical details, Kolmer has the possibility to produce the necessary part(s) in there own workshop. This way of working gives Kolmer a big advantage in the market. Kolmer Elektromotoren stands also for quality. Our quality certificate by Lloyds is according the latest ISO9001. The wide range of electric motors run from 60W up to 5MW. Our line of products can be divided into the following categories: – Standard squirrel cage electric motors – Standard motors with increased rated output – Single phase motors – High efficiency motors according IE2 (EFF1) – Hydraulic Oil Submerged motors – Brake motors and special crane or winch motors – ATEX motors for zone 1 and 2 (Gas), and zone 21 and 22 (Dust) – Flame proof motors also brake motors – Flame proof motors for frequency convertor drive – High voltage motors Kolmer Elektromotoren is proud of the fact that they establish a long relationship with there customers. When a customer calls us with an enquiry, he always gets a prompt answer and a correct offer. “With the service and quality of Kolmer Elektromotoren, you always find the perfect solution that fits!”
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KONGSBERG MARITIME HOLLAND B.V. Edisonweg 10 P.O. Box 890 3200 AV Spijkenisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 623 611 (24hr) F +31 (0)181 626 162 E firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com I www.kongsberg.com Contact: Mr D.P. Pettersen
Our vision: WORLD CLASS-through people, technology and dedication. Kongsberg as company will celebrate its 200 year in operation in 2014. – The division Kongsberg Maritime is among the world’s leading suppliers of high-technology products and systems within the field of marine and process related electronics. – With more than 4000 employees and present in 18 countries we are a global provider of advanced and reliable solutions that improve safety, security and performance in complex operations and during extreme conditions within merchant marine, offshore, subsea. – Our solutions enhance efficiency and safety throughout the whole maritime technology spectrum and we offer additional competence in providing turnkey engineering services within the shipbuilding and floating production sectors. – We have been engaged in control applications onboard ships for more than 60 years. – During this time we have accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge in marine operations, user requirements and challenges. – We spend more than 10% of our revenues finding answers to the questions you may ask us… tomorrow. – In exploration we provide sophisticated underwater and positioning technology and systems for survey vessel operation. In field development, we support construction and offshore vessels with
innovative solutions for operation and specialist applications whilst in production our hardware and software enhances output and minimizes downtime. For maritime transport and offshore vessels, we supply The Full Picture, including navigation, automation, training and safety systems.
Kongsberg Maritime Product line: – Dynamic positioning and navigation – Marine automation – Safety management – Cargo handling – Subsea survey and construction, – Maritime simulation and training – Satellite positioning Kongsberg Maritime Holland has been the local supplier for all the products from Kongsberg Maritime for more than 20 years and our skilled and experienced engineers are giving support and onboard service 24/7 in addition to sales, engineering and software solution.
Our values: DETERMINED What we start, we finish. We do not give in. INNOVATIVE We relentlessly pursue improvements, new ideas and new solutions. COLLABORATIVE We collaborate as individuals and as a organization. RELIABLE We are reliable people. We are responsible citizens.
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C. KRANENDONK B.V. Slikkerveerstraat 31 3076 JX Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 432 9011 F +31 (0)10 432 4891 E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org I www.kranendonkbv.nl Contact: Mr Martin Kranendonk
Our company was founded in 1972 and until the 90â€™s C. Kranendonk B.V. stood for the design, delivery and installation of high quality insulation systems for reefers and fishery vessels. Besides this, since 1993, the company has specialized itself to turnkey design, delivery and installation of the carpentry and interiors for accommodation in the maritime and offshore sector. Our head office is situated in Rotterdam, near the biggest harbor of Europe. We are also situated with our workshop on the shipyard of Damen Shiprepair in Schiedam. This means we can attend and execute works on vessels in this harbor, fast and accurate. Together with Heinen & Hopman, we established the OAC Group B.V. Our activities are not only regional. Because of our knowledge and flexibility we have great experience in the completion of turnkey projects all over the world.
We hope we can win your trust and we are looking forward, doing business with you in the future! Extensive knowledge and experience concerning a high-quality of; the design, delivery and installation of ship interiors and -insulation systems, and meeting deadlines and agreement: these are the foundations of Kranendonk. A dependable and flexible commercial company, with over 50 employees, which owes its market leadership to its capacity to employ the right people and products to achieve a perfect result for an excellent price.
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KROS B.V. Weegbrugweg 4 9418 TS Wijster The Netherlands T +31 (0)593 540 920 F +31 (0)593 540 921 E email@example.com I www.krosbv.nl Contact: Ms Karin Elders (Director) firstname.lastname@example.org Mr J. Klooster (coĂśrdinator offshore/maritiem) email@example.com
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Kros b.v. deploys safety- and maintenance personnel on offshore mining installations and onshore at industrial sites, airports and onshore mining installations. We can supply our customers with the following personnel: fire guards, safety supervisors, crane operators, helicopter landing officers, roustabouts, riggers, painters/blasters. Kros b.v. has set up a training centre in Wijster where we can provide several safety trainings for the offshore- and maritime sector as well as regular safety trainings for the onshore-business and fire brigades. We are approved/certified by Nogepa, STCW, TUV, NIBHV, VCA and Oranje Kruis. For further details, requests or bookings please visit our website or contact: Karin Elders, Director: Karin@krosbv.nl J. Bosman, Salesmanager: firstname.lastname@example.org
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KTR BENELUX Adam Smithstraat 37 P.O. Box 87, 7550 AB Hengelo The Netherlands T +31 (0)74 255 3680 F +31 (0)74 255 3689 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ktr.com
Rating: Specifically seaworthy! KTR couplings are on the high seas all over the world and are used in various applications for marine technology: in main and auxiliary drives and every kind of deck equipment. Nearly all our couplings can be certified in accordance with the strict standards of Germanischer Lloyd (GL), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and Bureau Veritas (BV) or any other classification bureau and are approved to DIN EN 10204 standard. Full manoeuvrability for steering drives Bow thrusters, rear rudders and transverse rudders require couplings, that dampen torsional vibrations, such as ROTEX. Thanks to its compact design it is easy to assemble and operate. This type of coupling functions without any maintenance. ROTEX compensates for axial, radial and angular displacements, increasing the service life of the entire drive system. Its damping effect can be controlled by the Shore hardness of the elastomer spider: a hard elastomer is used for high torques, a softer one is used for higher damping effects. You can keep vessels, whose rudder have a shaft diameter exceeding 600 mm, on course by using the positive-locking shaft-hub-connection CLAMPEX clamping sets.
Components for reliable on-board hydraulics ROTEX is used in numerous hydraulic power packs on board as well inside the vessel. Its easy plug-in procedure is of benefit during assembly used in conjunction with a KTR Bell housing. New KTR Bell housings produced from cast iron are suitable for marine applications, withstanding the high loads and aggressive seawater in the long term. Additionally we are pleased to supply all other hydraulic components such as oil tanks etc. Everything is available from one single source and is fully compatible for such harsh working environments. Perfect thermo management for marine hydraulics KTR offers oil-air as well as oil-water coolers being resistant to aggressive seawater. The compact OAC oil-air coolers for high-power cooling of hydraulic fluids and lubricants are coated with a corrosionresistant KTL dipping paint for marine applications. They protect the cooler reliably against oxidation, even in the area between the laminas which is difficult to enter. In addition electric motors of protection class IP 56 are used. Even higher are the demands on TAK/T oil-water coolers cooling with highly aggressive salt water. For these applications we use permanently seawater-resistant materials: for example 70/30 copper/nickel pipes in combination with 90/10 copper/nickel baffle plates. Success is a “question of selection” KTR also offer additional support via our online selection program for couplings, hydraulic components and oil-coolers. For further information please order our brochure “Couplings for marine technology” or our Company Catalogue. Both are also available as a PDF download via the KTR Web Site. Alternatively please contact us directly. KTR continuously develops new solutions for marine technology. Simply contact us and we will design the right coupling!
Power and safety on board Wherever there is anything that needs to be moved whilst at sea, KTR couplings are involved. On winches and cranes ROTEX couplings and KTR-STOP high-power brake systems are often used, on IC-engines driven hydraulic power packs flange couplings BoWex-ELASTIC and BoWex FLE-PA, on pumps and compressors ROTEX or POLY-NORM or the torsional stiff steel lamina couplings RADEX-N or RIGIFLEX-N. 4 8 | Ma r i t i me S e r v i ces D irec tor y 2 0 1 4
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KWANT CONTROLS B.V.
LLOYD WERFT BREMERHAVEN AG
P.O. Box 23 8600 AA Sneek The Netherlands T +31 (0)515 413 745 F +31 (0)515 422 478 E email@example.com I www.kwantcontrols.com
Brückenstraße 25 27568 Bremerhaven Germany T + 49 (0)471 478 0 F + 49 (0)471 478 280 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.lloydwerft.com
For many years Kwant Controls B.V. has been one of the leading manufacturers of marine equipment in the world. Our core business is the manufacturing of control units, indicators and associated products. In addition, Kwant Controls can also offer retrofits of existing systems. A retrofit with modern Electronics will result in lower maintenance costs and possible lower fuel consumption.
Worldwide Leading in Repair, Conversion and Completion Highest quality, creativity, know-how, a workforce experienced in all areas of modern shipbuilding and keeping to absolute deadlines are all attributes that describe the performance of the Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven AG. We are the leading specialists worldwide in: – The completion and extension of different types of ships – Repairs – The conversion and modernization of all types of ships.
Of course there are more advantages of a retrofit, such as: – Use of existing cables and interfaces (if possible). – Advanced control, especially for controllable pitch propellers, such that fuel consumption can be reduced. For example: – Using push buttons for electrical fine setting, the optimum pitch position or engine r.p.m. can be set easily; – Programmable non-linear engine curves can enlarge the usable range on the control lever; – Improved engine load control will reduce the exhausted gas emissions and thus reduce environmental pollution. – A user friendly interface. – Remote access for monitoring and remote assistance. As a manufacturer of control systems, Kwant Controls also has the flexibility during a retrofit to optimize the inputs together with the crew who often has good ideas to improve the bridge interface. This, together with an upgrade of the electronics, will improve the overall operational efficiency of the ship. If you would appreciate our engineers to advise you about the possibilities a retrofit of your system, please contact us.
In addition to this the Lloyd Werft is highly competent in the use of stainless steel and aluminium for high precision and speciality construction work for the food and chemical industries as well as for shipbuilding. The prefabrication of cabins for cruise ships and the manufacture of specialist tools for the aircraft industry are also among its strengths. Whether in Miami, Norfolk, Jacksonville, Barcelona, Seattle, San Juan, the Bahamas, Palermo, Trieste, Lisbon or Singapore – the Lloyd Werft’s mobile teams of shipbuilders and engineers have proved themselves capable of completing difficult jobs in the shortest time, worldwide. Lloyd Werft goes Offshore Incorporated in a maritime network with direct access to design-, production- and up to 260.000 square metres of plant capacities, Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven offers an all-inclusive package for the realization of offshore wind projects including converter platforms, manufacturing and assembly of seafastening components, the repair and conversion and newbuilding of special type vessels for the offshore industry. Lloyd Werft has invested in special heavy load lifting area at quayside to fulfill the need of heavy lifts for the special type vessels and their equipment. Our quality department with certified NDTpersonal controls our working process and guarantees highest industry standards.
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MAASKANT SHIPYARDS Deltahaven 40 P.O. Box 12 3250 AA Stellendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)187 491 477 F +31 (0)187 493 112 E email@example.com I www.maaskant-shipyards.nl
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Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam is a ship newbuilding and repair yard specialized in building fishing vessels. All kinds of fishing vessels have been built. The company also successfully designs and constructs seagoing workboats such as buoy laying and offshore vessels. Each ship is built for specific use and/or destination. The number of new built ships delivered up to now is approximately 250 different types of vessels. The yard has about 90 staff and more than 65 years of experience with reconstruction work such as: lengthening of ships, fitting of new engines, refit of wheelhouse or cabins, fish catching and processing installations. Furthermore, the yard converts decommissioned fishing vessels into luxurious yachts. Quick service is guaranteed by Maaskant’s own engineering works and extensive stock of components and spare parts. In case of emergencies, the yard can provide an optimum 24-hour service by their mobile service and repair team, also abroad. The Maaskant Shipyard’s activities started with the maintenance of winches. The company has continued and expanded this activity ever since, and now manufacturers its own range of winches. Maaskant is at the forefront of this technology and also produces custom-made winches according to the specifications of customers. This often involves winches for sea and coastal fishing, dredgers, working vessels and offshore applications. The yard operates three dry docks where ships, from small yachts up to large fishing vessels, hopper dredgers and the fleet of the Ministry of Transport, can be handled for under waterline works.
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MAN DIESEL & TURBO BENELUX Rotterdam Office T + 31 (0)10 272 4500 F + 31 (0)10 437 6115 Antwerp Office T + 32 (0)3 543 8500 F + 32 (0)3 541 7508 E email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org I www.mandieselturbobenelux.com
MAN Diesel & Turbo Benelux is part of MAN Diesel & Turbo SE MAN Diesel & Turbo SE is one of the world’s leading providers of largebore diesel engines for marine and stationary applications and is also one of the leading suppliers of Turbomachinary on the global market. – Large-bore engines (Diesel, Diesel/Gas, Gas) for use in ships and power plants – On-board gen sets, exhaust-gas turbochargers, and propulsion systems – Turnkey diesel power plants and power plants components – Comprehensive product range of compressors, turbines, and chemical reactors – Complete Turbomachinary trains for the oil & gas industry, the processing industry and for power generation – Testing center for individual machines and complete machine units weighing up to 1,000t – Global after-sales services for the company’s entire product range under the MAN PrimeServ brand – Operation and maintenance of diesel power plants under the MAN PowerManagement brand MAN Diesel & Turbo Benelux is represented in the ports of Antwerp & Rotterdam, where we are well placed to offer the full MAN’s portfolio.
From service with the PrimeServ brandlabel: – 2- & 4-stroke diesel engines – Turbo Chargers – Fuel Equipment – Turbomachinary – Automation Up to the sales of complete Diesel Engines and Turbomachinary equipment. MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, based in Augsburg, Germany, is the world’s leading provider of large-bore diesel engines and turbomachinery for marine and stationary applications. It designs two-stroke and fourstroke engines that are manufactured both by the company and by its licensees. The engines have power outputs ranging from 450 kW to 87 MW. MAN Diesel & Turbo also designs and manufactures gas turbines of up to 50 MW, steam turbines of up to 150 MW and compressors with volume flows of up to 1.5 million m³/h and pressures of up to 1,000 bar. The product range is rounded off by turbochargers, CP propellers, gas engines and chemical reactors. MAN Diesel & Turbo’s range of goods includes complete marine propulsion systems, turbomachinery units for the oil & gas as well as the process industries and turnkey power plants. Customers receive worldwide after-sales services marketed under the MAN PrimeServ brand. The company employs around 15,000 staff at more than 100 international sites, primarily in Germany, Denmark, France, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, India and China. MAN Diesel & Turbo is a company in the Power Engineering business area of MAN SE. Please feel free to consult us for more.
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MARBLE AUTOMATION BV
MARINE INSURANCE INTERNATIONAL B.V.
Keteldiep 6 8321 MH Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 687 953 F +31 (0)527 687 954 E email@example.com I www.marbleautomation.com
Brugstraat 32-C 9711 HZ Groningen P.O. Box 1148 9701 BC Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)503 130 860 F +31 (0)503 111 641 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.marine-insurance.nl
Marble Automation designs, develops and produces automation systems for all kind of vessels, for example: luxury motor yachts, sailing yachts, fishing vessels and bulk carriers.
We are an independent insurance broker who operates in the international market in the marine industry. Marine Insurance International B.V. was established on 9th September 1999 and is located in Groningen, The Netherlands. Our clients are located in The Netherlands as well as abroad and are involved in the designing and construction of ships, coastal trade and fishing-industry.
Also Marble Automation BV is delivering home-made marine products such as bridge watch alarms, telegraphs, tachygraphs and further more. Based in the Netherlands, on the former island of Urk, Marble Automation is a leading company in ship automation worldwide. Started as a company specialized in fishing vessels automation, it became a well known and reliable profit partner in complete ship automation. The systems of Marble Automation BV will always live up to the demands of the client, because of the continual consultation and our knowledge of maritime aspects. The characteristic no-nonsense culture of the specialists of Marble Automation always results in a pleasant cooperation with the owner or the representatives. Please contact us for more information about our products, service and sales.
We operate according to our own principles, based on the following three core values; reliability, transparency and integrity. We are an independent insurance- and consultancy firm. We don’t have any business relation with underwriters so we can give our clients an objective advice and do our utmost to obtain the best premium and most excellent conditions. We feel that providing good and objective insurance-advice to her clients is the keynote of an insurance broker. This expresses itself through: – Around-the-clock service – Taking action immediately when damage occurs – No preferential relation with anyone underwriter – Competitive premiums and deductibles – Excellent conditions – Appointing Dutch surveyors and average adjusters – Working with ‘first class’ underwriters We offer the following insurance products: – Builders’ Risks Insurance – Towage Insurance – Hull- and Machinery Insurance – Kidnap & Ransom Insurance – Fishing Vessel Insurance – Loss of Hire Insurance – Protection and Indemnity Insurance – Crewing Insurance – Cargo Insurance – Yacht Insurance – Non-Marine Insurance like CAR, & property and liability insurance Marine Insurance International B.V. For a care-free voyage!
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VAN MECHELEN LIFTING GEAR B.V.
Zonnehorst 2 7207 BT Zutphen The Netherlands T +31 (0)575 538 470 F +31 (0)575 538 471 E email@example.com I www.marotechniek.nl Contact: Mr Joeri Smit (Sales Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, +31 (0) 613163614), Mr Martin Bossenbroek (General Manager, email@example.com, +31 (0) 612953289)
P.O. Box 83 4600 AB Bergen op Zoom The Netherlands T +31 (0)164 682 550 F +31 (0)164 686 677 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vmliftinggear.com Contact: Mr Pieter Geluk, Mr Guido van Geel, Mr Eric de Kort, Mrs Conny van de Laak, Mr Maikel Smit, Mr Kees Jan van der Velde
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Marotechniek is a young and dynamic company founded by Martin Bossenbroek and Rob Molenaar. Both have more than twenty years experience in winches, mechanical- and electric drive systems for the marine- and dredging industry. The Marotechniek product range consists of: – Winches and capstans up to 60 t, standard and custom-built – Submersible dredge pumpdrives up to 1,000 KW – Gearboxes for dredge pumps and cutter drives – Pump splitter gearboxes till 2,000 kW – Frequency converters till 1,000 kW – Electric winch control systems – Dredging automation – Special electric control boxes Marotechniek has its own production-, assembly- and repair workshop and engineering department with CAD-system and ePLAN-system. Marotechniek offers you custom-built winches and electric control systems with short delivery times and a total technical support. Visit our website: www.marotechniek.nl
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Business profile Van Mechelen Lifting Gear designs, manufactures and sells lifting gear including Crane Blocks, Wire Rope Blocks, Deck Blocks, Sheaves, Swivels, Turnbuckles, Sockets, Hooks etc., both custom built as well as standard (from stock). Working Loads vary from 1 to 5,000 t and over. Distribution Distribution is worldwide and mainly through wire rope trading and rigging companies and shipyards but as well to selected owners and end-users directly. The company focusses strongly on the marine market (general shipping, offshore, dredging, harbor cranes, etc.). Quick response is claimed as being one of the company strengths. Products can be supplied with any thinkable certification. History Van Mechelen Lifting Gear BV was established in 1869 in the city Bergen op Zoom, located halfway be-tween Rotterdam and Antwerp. It started as a blacksmith and coach repair shop. At an early stage the company started the forging of customized products by steam forging. In the early nineteen hundreds, the company started manufacturing rigging and lifting equipment such as blocks, spanners, hooks, eyes and winches. Over a century of partnership and experience The accumulated know-how and experience have made Van Mechelen Lifting Gear a household name for everyone who has to deal with regular or complicated lifting jobs. The company is continuously seeking new adventures to better serve customers in true partnership. Since 2003, the company is member of the Ropeblock group.
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MERREM & LA PORTE B.V.
Veilingweg 2 5301 KM Zaltbommel The Netherlands T +31 (0)418 578 266 F +31 (0)418 540 134 E email@example.com I www.merrem.nl / www.triclad.com Contact: Mr Simon Donkers
Energieweg 5 2964 LE Groot-Ammers The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 60 1688 F +31 (0)184 60 2182 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.metagro.nl Contact: Mr Andreas van Meeteren
Merrem & la Porte BV is a multi divisional company and its HiTech Metals Division serves the worldwide maritime industry with Triclad structural transition joints.
METAGRO designs and produces operator cabins, housings, containers and sound insulating solutions for the offshore and other industries with non-standard demands. The value of METAGRO as supplying partner is in the field of project participation, to ensure a solution for difficult situations without concessions to safety, quality, or user friendly details. Our personal approach and interest in the ultimate goal are the key to success. All our solutions are suitable for to be build machinery/equipment or renewal of out-dated equipment, whether it involves only 1 object or many more. METAGRO’s over 20 years of experience is visible in the details of our products and shows the achieved high level of craftsmanship. The specific solution you are searching for, we may have designed and built before.
This product is used to provide an efficient and maintenance free welded connection between aluminium alloy and steel or stainless steel structures on board vessels and offshore constructions. As opposed to more traditional methods of joining, the advantages of Triclad are many. Our product has the general approval of various classification societies and is routinely supplied with LRS and mill test certification at highly competitive prices and very short, if not of the shelf, delivery times. Products and Services: – Titanium – Transition joint (Triclad) – Triclad (Triclad)
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MH HYDRAULICS B.V. Laanweg 14 3208 LC Spijkenisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 652 880 F +31 (0)181 621 661 E email@example.com I www.mh.nl
MH HYDRAULICS SINGAPORE PTE. LTD. 124 Tuas South Avenue 2 Singapore 637167 T +65 (0)679 44462 F +65 (0)6794 0422 E firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mr A. den Hollander
MH Hydraulics is a trustworthy name in hydraulic service. Founded in 1973 as Morssinkhof Hydrauliek and since 2012 under the name MH Hydraulics. MH Hydraulics is the one stop solution for all your engineering requirements and hydraulic equipment service. High quality hydraulic repair and component sales in more than 63 countries, with the headoffice in Spijkenisse, Rotterdam. Our delivery program consists of several well-known brands, such as: Bosch Rexroth, Linde, Parker Denison, Hagglunds, Eaton, Brueninghaus, Kawasaki/ Staffa, Vickers and many others. Deliveries can be made ultra-fast, thanks to huge stocks and an ultra-modern warehouse. MH Hydraulics has a large fleet of service vans for maintenance and troubleshooting. With our worldwide Certified Repair Centers and our vision to expand our brand even further, our technicians can offer you a quick turnaround response. With a vast amount of knowledge in the field of hydraulic pumps, motors and components, we will be delighted to help you with all your technical questions in this field. We are waiting to help you! Please visit our website: www.mh.nl to discover our capabilities. MH HYDRAULICS YOUR PARTNER IN HYDRAULIC SERVICE FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS
MINIMAX BRANDBEVEILIGING B.V. Televisieweg 62 1322 AM Almere The Netherlands T +31 (0)36 546 1600 F +31 (0)36 546 1610 E email@example.com I www.mx-brandbeveiliging.nl Contact: Mr Cees B.M. den Nijs
Van Maasdijkweg 67 3088 ED Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 246 0106 F +31 (0)10 246 0107 Contact: Mr Erik Pleijsier
The variety of fire risks on vessels requires a partner who provides fire protection from planning through to realisation and who takes the special class requirements into consideration. The Minimax group is the leading full-service provider for fire protection in Europe and one of the leading companies worldwide. MX Brandbeveiliging B.V. and Seafix B.V., both sister companies of the German company “Minimax GmbH & Co. KG” have joined forces and are operating since 2011 under the new name “Minimax Brandbeveiliging B.V.” With Minimax Brandbeveiliging you play safe: we provide complete fire protection solutions from technical design to installation. We look after approval of the systems, submission of documents to classification societies and acceptance of the systems during commissioning on your vessel. Periodically surveys will be carried out by our 24 hours a day service organisation. Minimax Brandbeveiliging provides a customised fire protection concept and a perfect combination of individual systems. Our automatic watermist systems detect and extinguish starting fires fast and reliable, 24 hours a day. They warn persons at risk, inform the people responsible and provide all relevant information to initiate correct emergency measures immediately. Minimax Brandbeveiliging provides fire detection and extinguishing control in one system: the extinguishing process is automatically triggered on demand and the fire is extinguished in its initial phase, thus minimising damage. Minimax Brandbeveiliging gas extinguishing systems suffocate fires without extinguishant residues or ecological damage. They are suitable for fire protection in cargo and machinery spaces. We are also able to deliver sprinkler systems for accommodation spaces on board of passenger vessels, tank deck foam systems for oil and chemical tankers or even dry powder systems for gas tankers. Leading shipyards and ship owners rely on Minimax Brandbeveiliging. Minimax Brandbeveiliging is your partner in solving all kind of fire protection problems on board of your vessel.
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Weir Minerals is a specialist in providing engineering solutions to critical wear applications in the minerals sector. The Weir Minerals portfolio centres on critical processes in our customersâ€™ operations, and our products and brands are recognised and trusted globally. The performance of our products is proven in demanding wear resistant applications in the onshore and offshore dredge & gravel market. WarmanÂŽ centrifugal slurry pumps provide significant availability and efficiency benefits to dredging processes, and are complemented by a comprehensive range of dewatering pumps, cyclones, slurry valves, wear resistant hoses, wear resistant linings, screens and comminution equipment.
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MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH is one of the worldâ€™s leading providers of diesel engines and complete propulsion/drive systems for mega yachts, displacement yachts, performance yachts, commercial vessels, heavy land and rail vehicles, industrial drive systems and distributed energy systems. Covering diesel engines from 20 to 9,100 kW as well as gas turbines, the range of products is one of the most modern and wide-ranging in the industry. For the control and monitoring of engines and drive systems, the company produces custom-tailored electronic systems.
Completing the product portfolio is MTU ValueCare service support at over 1,200 locations around the world. Service includes engine maintenance, spare parts supply, and remanufacturing of engine components and complete drive systems.
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MULTI-CRANE INTERNATIONAL B.V.
Bloemendalerweg 44-46 1382 KC Weesp The Netherlands T +31 (0)294 466 688 F +31 (0)294 418 410 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.multinal.com Contact: Mr Rogier van der Laan, Ms Allison Neddow
Chr. Huygensweg 21 2408 AJ Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands T +31 (0)172 440 481 F +31 (0)172 442 340 E email@example.com I www.multi-crane.com
Multinal Group operates worldwide in the business of onsite chemical and technical cleaning. Our extensive knowledge is built upon years of experience and high quality standards. Efficiency and effectiveness is and remains our trademark.
Company Multi-Crane International B.V. is a Dutch company that was founded in 1991. Our core business is worldwide sales, purchase and rental of construction equipment with a specialization in: – Yard cranes – Tower cranes – Self-erecting cranes – Mobile cranes
We provide the following industrial cleaning services: − Chemical cleaning of vacuum sewage systems − HVAC inspection & cleaning services − Grease extractions ducts cleaning (galleys/kitchens) − Laundry exhaust ducts cleaning services − Legionnaire disinfecting services − Process pipe line, boiler and heat exchanger − Chemical cleaning services − Hot and cold water piping chemical − Cleaning/disinfecting services − UV light units for prevention of grease contamination in ducts (galleys/kitchens) − Chemical surface treatments − Hot-oil or water glycol flushing services − Visual and/or video camera inspections − Helium/nitrogen testing services
Quality Multi-Crane International B.V. is an ISO 9001 certified company, which guarantees our competency as a quality conscious partner, supplying the best service with top experience gained over the last 20 years. Logistics Multi-Crane International B.V. is dedicated to service operating with a number of preferred transport and shipping companies and we have permits to issue our own customs documents. As a holder of the AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) certificate we are offered advantages in international trade, as Customs grants various facilities for certified enterprises.
Amazing cleaning methods for health, safety and comfort! Multinal Group is also specialist when it comes to surface treatments of metal, such as pickling and passivation, electrolytic polishing, zinc-plating, chrome-plating, nickel-plating, gold-plating, grinding and polishing, coating, painting and blastings. We are also able to metallize ABS synthetic products and spareparts with surface treatments chrome-plating, nickel plating and copper plating. We offer our customers: − One single point of contact for surface treatments and industrial cleaning services − One planning − One invoice
Service As an internationally operating company we have customers all over the world and are actively represented in: – Europe – South-East Asia – Africa and the Middle-East – Russia – South-America In addition our skilled employees can answer your technical and logistic questions in five languages: Dutch, German, English, French and Italian.
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MULTIPLEX GMBH Zur Westpier 3 28755 Bremen Germany T +49 (0)421 835 0100 F +49 (0)421 678 868 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.multiplexgmbh.com Contact: Mr J. Reinders
100 % lightweight – 0 % corrosion and 100 % green Quality made in Germany For more than 25 years, multiplex is an established company with satisfied clients all over the world in the field of ultralight carbon fibre products. Multiplex offers all-in-one-solutions (engineering, varnishing, transport up to the installation on site) for boarding systems, sun awning systems, fender systems, deck furniture, equipment racks and individual custom made products. Products – Boarding systems: • Multiflap • Multistair • Bathing ladder • Multifender – Sun awning system – Spare parts – Customized Products
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NICOVERKEN Algerastraat 20 3125 BS Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 238 0999 F +31 (0)10 238 0988 E email@example.com I www.nicoverken.nl Contact: Mr E. van Krugten
A former Swedish company and now a Dutch owned family business, well known in the field of ship repairs and as service agent, distributor of marine equipment. Nicoverken Marine Services Distributor, 24/7 Service & Spare Parts Agent of (vacuum) waste water treatment & drainage systems. Water and weather tight (sliding) doors, deck-equipment, filtration, vacuum-packed waste disposal, corrosion protection and crane systems complete our program. Our Marine Equipment: – Blücher: Stainless steel marine pipes and drains – Cathelco: Anti-fouling & ICCP systems, Reverse Osmosis desalinators (water makers), Ballast water treatment systems – Fleetguard: Filtration – Fuchs Fördertechnik AG: Crane systems – Hamann AG: Waste water treatment systems – Jets: Vacuum sanitary systems for yachts – Microplasma: Deck equipment (doors & hatches) – Tebul: Watertight sliding door systems – Vacompact: Vacuum-packed waste disposal systems
Our Ship Repair activities: – Engine works – Sales of spare parts and engines – Repair & Maintenance Our workshop facilities for maintenance and repair include: – Digital video scoop – Assembly / disassembly and inspection tools – Hardness measurements, MPI tester (magnaflux) for crack detection – Lathing equipment – Ultrasonic cleaning equipment – Governor test bench and reconditioning (exchange base sales) – 30 ton hydraulic press – 2 heavy duty drills, pillar and radial – Honing liners – Laser alignment checks – Crankshaft grinding machines – Machines for reconditioning connecting rods – Milling machines – Line boring equipment In addition we are a service and parts agent for Yanmar and Miura Protec Co. Ltd. and service agent for Mitsui Zosen Systems Research Inc. and Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
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Nicoverken Holland Overhaul of all types of main and auxiliary engines, including attachments i.e. governors, turbochargers, fuel equipment and the sales of spare parts and engines. Grinding of crankshaft. 24/7 Worldwide service.
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NR KOELING B.V.
P.O. Box 95 2920 AB Krimpen aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 545 111 F +31 (0)180 545 110 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.nrkoeling.nl Contact: Mr Walter van den Bos
Publish or Perish ‘PUBLISH OR PERISH’, COINED BY THE ACADEMIC COMMUNITY, DESCRIBES THE PRESSURE THEY HAVE TO Company NR Koeling, founded in the Netherlands 1971, and a leading company in high-quality innovative solutions in the field of marine refrigeration, concrete cooling, industrial cooling technology , climate control and ventilation technology. One of the latest development is the Vento Clean System, for degassing of tankers. As an innovator in the designing, engineering and installation of systems on board of vessels and luxury yachts we can offer you the most sophisticated and modern customized solutions. Spare parts For spare parts, we are a main supplier in the field of components and systems for the maritime sector, luxury yachts, offshore and the petrochemical industry. We have an excellent world wide reputation for quality, knowledge and new technological solutions. Our sales team spare parts always ready to be at your service for an fast and reliable service. Service For service and maintenance we have a team of dedicated, high skilled professionals with years of experience, and the mindset to think creatively and enable to offer solutions for clients. Our team of technicians is available 7 days a week 24 hours a day.
rapidly and continuously publish academic work. Their careers depend on it. If professors and scientists don’t publish their findings and research, no one will know it exists. It’s that simple. In the maritime world, it’s the same. Shipyards and suppliers spend years perfecting their craft, but if it receives no media attention, the rest of the maritime industry will not know it exists. Builders, architects, designers and all employees in between work too hard for their achievements to go unnoticed. Publicity can paint an accurate picture of your company’s hard work. So the question is no longer, ‘should I seek publicity?’ but, ‘how do I reach my target audience with publicity?’ In an over-advertised and saturated market, the key is to broadcast a strong brand and single message in many media outlets. Diversify your public relations and advertising.
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OFFSHORE SHIP DESIGNERS BV Sluisplein 42 1975 AG IJmuiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)25 554 5070 F +31 (0)25 554 5080 E email@example.com I www.offshoreshipdesigners.nl Contact: Mrs Merijn Brusselers
OSDâ€™s strategy is to build on its reputation and expertise with good, solid, practical and above all cost-effective offshore support vessels and tugs. At the same time OSD offers innovative designs in other markets which require an environmentally friendly and high technology approach but with simple, pragmatic solutions. The key to growth are the two main factors which set OSD apart in the market. These are a strong knowledge base and interest in environmentally friendly technology, and most important of all, independence. When operators want a design aimed specifically at meeting their needs, rather than a ready-made equipment package adapted to their tender, then they will come to Offshore Ship Designers. OSDâ€™s best known offshore brand is the IMT 900 series. It is the signature brand name for offshore support vessels designed by OSD-IMT. Ship conversion and upgrade projects are also keeping OSD-IMT busy. This is an area in which OSD-IMT has had considerable experience and expertise over the last 22 years. In the Netherlands, OSD-Holland is the leader for tugs, and has been making the headlines with a new series of innovative Azistern tugs with a fuel saving hull design. Combining ease of construction with efficient hull forms provides a platform for different propulsion and power choices to deliver the most flexible, fuel-efficient and cleanest tugs for any proposed tasks. Independence and innovation are the unique selling points for OSD, and it has the global resources and the track record to back them up.
Offshore Ship Designers builds on independence Offshore Ship Designers is an integrated design company with solid engineering capacity and a strong independent presence in all the key markets. There are very few truly independent ship design companies now, especially in the offshore world. Most of them are tied to engine and equipment manufacturers. OSD has the skills, capacity and ideas to tackle innovative projects and most importantly it can bring true independence to the table. Designs can be based on the best equipment and outfit for the job, rather than being biased towards the supply of particular equipment or particular power plants.
Offshore Ship Designers consists of design teams in the head office in IJmuiden, Dundee, York, Appledore, Shanghai and Singapore.
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ONTOP B.V. Oude Veerseweg 23 4332 SH Middelburg The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 689 900 F +31 (0)118 689 999 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.metaloterm.com Contact: Mr Ruud de Voogd
Ontop B.V. is the leading European manufacturer of modular pre-insulated stainless steel exhaust systems for the shipbuilding industry. We exist over 45 years, our core business is the development, manufacturing and distribution of modular exhausts. With our standard Metaloterm® AD/AM system, shipbuilders have the perfect solution to install complete exhausts into their new ships. It is produced in stainless steel, super lightweight, and installed by “click fix” which is especially applicable on generator sets, boilers and incinerators. Type approved by Lloyd’s register, Germanischer Lloyd, Bureau Veritas. More importantly our products are very cost effective and can be installed by the shipyards own personnel.
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Heavy flanges, expensive compensators and suspensions, are a thing of the past, as all thermal expansion is compensated in the system itself. All exhausts are pre-insulated in our own factory, which makes issues as insulating and cladding afterwards no longer necessary. With the increasing demand for noise attenuation Ontop B.V. has developed its own silencer programme. After extensive research and development by acoustic engineers of Ontop B.V. we now present a unique variety of stainless steel, light weight silencers. They fit seamlessly into the existing product range for exhaust gas- and flue systems. In this way we maintain the top quality customers are used to when purchasing our Metaloterm® products. Our very innovative systems have been installed on more than 150 ships varying from large cruise ships, offshore supply vessels and containerships to ferries, mega yachts, high speed vessels and naval patrol vessels. “Total Solutions in Flue Systems”
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PARKER HANNIFIN B.V. Edisonstraat 1 7575 AT Oldenzaal P.O. Box 340 7570 AH Oldenzaal The Netherlands T +31 (0)54 158 5000 F +31 (0)54 158 5459 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.parker.com/nl I www.ondekparker.nl
improve the processes, costs and output of their machine, ship or mobile application. Parker wants to Engineer Your Success! Parker Hannifin the Netherlands is part of the U.S. Parker Hannifin Corporation, a multinational company with more than 350 establishments in 49 different countries worldwide. Parker is the worldâ€™s leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and maritime markets. Parker Hannifin the Netherlands has 6 locations. 5 of them are production facilities, they are based in Almelo (thermo plastic Hoses), Arnhem (filtration), Etten-Leur (gas separation), Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht (Pneumatics) and Hoogezand( rubber hoses). Two of the locations are sales and service locations (Oldenzaal and HendrikIdo-Ambacht). ParkerStore & HOSE DOCTOR Parker can serve all markets thanks to the wide product range. ParkerStore is a unique retail concept for the industry. In the ParkerStore you will find over 4000 products in stock, hose assemblies while you are waiting and technical advice about our products. In The Netherlands we now have 24 ParkerStores.
World leader in motion and control technologies Parker Hannifin is world leader in motion and control technologies. Parker has a very broad range of high quality products available for each application in any market. Parker supplies products in nine technologies: hydraulics, pneumatics, filtration, process control, electromechanical, sealing and shielding, climate control, aerospace and fluid and gas handling.
The Parker HOSE DOCTORS are mobile service buses that are on call to resolve your maintenance and technical support problems. They will also replace hydraulic hoses, filters and other hydraulic parts â€“ on the spot. In the Netherlands we now have 26 HOSE DOCTORS The HOSE DOCTORS work in cooperation with the Dutch ParkerStore network. The Parker HOSE DOCTOR network is at your service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parker Hannifin the Netherlands launches a national 0800 number for HOSE DOCTOR services. Do you need urgent assistant for your (mobile) system? Call 0800-2211333 free!
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PAUL MEIJERING STAINLESS STEEL Bossekamp 9-13 5301 LZ Zaltbommel, The Netherlands T +31 (0)418 576 060 F +31 (0)418 541 215 E email@example.com I www.paulmeijering.nl Contact: Mrs Conny Meijering T +31 (0)418 576 069 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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Paul Meijering Stainless Steel – Standards & Non-standards Paul Meijering Stainless Steel is a family owned company already active for 24 years as a stockholder. Our supply program consists of pipes and components in stainless steel and special alloys. We delivery daily worldwide direct from our own stock of 3,000 tons. Goods made to measure and problem solving thinking are central to our company services. “We are independent, help everyone, take direct decisions and are not politically engaged. We say yes or no!” What can we do for your organization? Products Welded tubes until 1067mm Seamless tubes until 406 x 40,49mm Hollow bars until 420mm Round bars until 500mm Sheets from 0,4 until 50mm Bars until 250 x 20mm
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shaping their world. Dedicated trade journals include Ports & Shipping Industry, Offshore Industry, ShipBuilding Industry, SuperYacht Industry and the annual Maritime Services Directory – a helpful Buyers’ Guide that puts the maritime world at your fingertips.
Standard qualities & special alloys Machining processes Heat resistant alloys We stock/deliver a wide range of products in several heat resistant alloys, such as pipes, fittings, flanges, bars and products on demand. These alloys are applied in high temperature and corrosive environs like: furnaces, petro chemistry, on- and offshore & combustion systems. Qualities 304(L) 321(H) 316(L/TI) 310/310S/253Ma (super)duplex 904L 254Smo On request Sheets – welded pipes – square/rectangular boxes (made to measure) Projects Fix lengths
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PHAROS OFFSHORE GROUP LTD 35 St Georges Road Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL50 3DU United Kingdom T +44 (0)1242 574041 E email@example.com I www.pharosoffshoregroup.com Contact: Mrs Vicky Hall
Pharos Offshore Group delivers engineering solutions for subsea cable installation, maintenance and repair. We work with clients across the offshore oil & gas, submarine telecoms and renewable power industries. Our in-house expertise includes highly skilled and experienced offshore technical professionals and on-shore engineering management and operational support teams. Pharos Offshore develops subsea cable handling and burial solutions, including vehicle and handling systems, with a proven track record in taking projects from concept design, delivery, testing and on-going support. We deliver innovative engineering solutions by combining state of the art technology with knowledge gained from real operational experience. Pharos offshore personnel are experienced in all major manufacturers of ROVâ€™s, plough systems and LARâ€™s. Our multi-disciplined team have an extensive track record in subsea trenching, survey and ROV support.
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OTTO PIENING GMBH Am Altendeich 83 D-25348 Glueckstadt Germany T +49 (0) 4124 9168-0 F +49 (0) 4124 3716 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.piening-propeller.de Contact: Mathias Pein
Turkey with its Coast Guard and Navy became a big partner in export business of PIENING PROPELLER; with its repowering project of Coast Guard boats and a huge series of Navy New Buildings, giving several orders to Piening for deliveries until the Year 2014.
The Power Package of Piening Propeller The company located in Glueckstadt is furthermore requested for special solutions. Often complete stern gears with propellers and struts will be delivered, but sometimes the scope of supply includes the propeller only, or realization of adjustments during the converting process, which also is part of Piening’s activities and will be done with engagement and care same as new designs or new manufacture. In addition to the hydrodynamic optimisation of propellers and design of the shaftings, PIENING PROPELLER supplies shipbuilding components such as brackets and hence all components making a system solution. With its own engineers, in house foundry and own manufacturing, PIENING PROPELLER still supplies equipment with the quality label “Made in Germany”, fulfilling highest requirements within the yachting or naval industry.
Since May 2000 Piening Propeller is the German representative of ZF (Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen) for the supply of powerful and silent Transmissions in the yachting industry. Therewith a furthermore optimization of the complete systems is given. www.piening-propeller.de – Propellers (> 800 mm Ø) – Shafts up to a several length of 16,000 mm – Couplings – Stern tubes – Thrust bearings – Shaft brakes – Brackets / Struts – Rudder stocks – Gear boxes (ZF) – Controls (ZF)
Beside the admittance of several classification societies, PIENING PROPELLER is ISO 9001-2008 certified by GLC. Within the German Yachting Industry, Piening Propeller has delivered complete propulsion systems for latest deliveries of ABEKING & RASMUSSEN, BLOHM & VOSS, HDW-GAARDEN, LLOYD WERFT, LÜRSSEN and NOBISKRUG.
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POLSON TRT RUBBER & PLASTICS P.O. Box 28 2950 AA Alblasserdam Ohmweg 59 The Netherlands 2952 BB Alblasserdam T +31 (0)78 699 1414 F +31 (0)78 699 1415 E email@example.com I www.polson.nl Contact: Mr Bart de Vries
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Welcome to Polson TRT Polson TRT was established in 1963, and has grown to become one of the most innovative companies of its kind in technical rubber and plastic products. The quality policy of Polson is to provide products and services which give total customer satisfaction with competitive prices. Fast delivery from stock and custom made items made in our own production and service facilities. Leading Manufacturer & Supplier of Rubber & Plastic Products The Company has become a leading supplier and exporter of numerous products used in the Shipbuilding, Off-shore and Marine industry. Our major product lines include: – Rubber fendering and buffer blocks – Rubber profiles and extrusions – Seals and gaskets (cut to size and sheets) – Expansion bellows – Silicon hoses, elbows and hump hoses – Rubber matting and flooring Other products & Services Rubber & plastic hoses, couplings, hose clamps, hydraulics, rubber sheeting, moulded parts, anti- vibration mountings, self-adhesive expanded rubber band, sponge rubber, adhesives.
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PRAXIS AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY BV Zijldijk 24A 2352 AB Leiderdorp The Netherlands T +31 (0)71 525 5353 F +31 (0)71 522 4947 E email@example.com I www.praxis-automation.com
Praxis Automation Technology is a Dutch-based provider of complete and sustainable ship automation and navigation solutions for all types of vessels. With almost 50 years of experience serving the marine industry, the company has built up a reputation for quality, and innovation in the highly competitive products and services it provides. Key in-house expertise includes consultancy, development, hardware and software design, system integration, engineering, manufacturing and product certification. As an ambitious, versatile and dependable partner, Praxis Automation Technology offers its customers leading creativity, innovation, commitment and great teamwork, plus an ability to support them around the clock while working strictly within budgets and planning agreements.
Our world renowned and highly successful Mega-Guard Ship Automation and Navigation solution includes the following systems: – Alarm monitoring and control – Valve control and monitoring – Power management – Propulsion control – Integrated navigation – Navigation-light control – Dynamic positioning – Position reference – BNWAS watch alarm – Fire alarm – Alarm and monitoring – Wiper control
All of our systems are type approved by all major classification societies and our navigation equipment has Wheel Mark approval. Serving the global marine industry from its modern facility in The Netherlands, Praxis Automation Technology’s sales, service and support network currently comprises 40 locations worldwide, including South Korea, Singapore, China and India branches. In total, some 500 people are at the complete disposal of our customers worldwide.
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Yellow & Finch’s Publishing & Promotions Services helps you focus on developing your business. From concept, design and copywriting to printing and distribution – we have it all in house. Whether a flyer or a full scale monthly customer magazine, we pass on the benefits to you as our professional team works efficiently and on time.
Born from a vast maritime background Pronomar in 2007 specialized in the worldwide supply of state-of-the-art equipment. The main focus lies on the maritime and offshore markets with particular emphasis on the seagoing, offshore, search and rescue, as well as defence and governmental segments. With straight-forward, solution-oriented thinking Pronomar, headquartered in The Netherlands, sets new standards in – Merus® Green and sustainable water treatment – Top Trock® Drying systems Merus® Green water treatment For all problems with scaling, rust, bacteria and barnacles (marine growth). The unique and highly efficient Merus® technology, which basically consists of a ring that is installed around the pipes in question, gives off molecular oscillations disturbing the troublesome substances in your fresh- or seawater lines and applications. Top Trock® Drying systems Pronomar-Top Trock® drying systems offer the fast and reliable drying of all professional work wear, such as survival suits, oil skins, boots, jackets, gloves, etc. Not only does the gear have a longer lifespan but also the staffs comfort and motivation improves when provided with constantly dry work wear, not to forget the decrease in sick leaves due to wet and damp clothes. All of the above-mentioned products are suitable for installation onshore, on board of ships and offshore (for the oil, gas and renewable energy industry). If our products and services also appeal to you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!
For more detailed information: T +31 118 473 398 F +31 118 461 150 E email@example.com I www.ynfpublishers.com
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PTR HOLLAND B.V.
Returning to products associated with rope ladders, PTR stocks the Blue-Box range of magnetic securing devices; this device allows ladders to be easily and quickly secured to the ship’s hull; as such ladder movement is eliminated.
Dintelweg 101 3198 LB Europoort Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 714 4945 F +31 (0)181 262 813 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ptrholland.com Contact: Mr Joris J. Stuip
As indicated above, safety is an important aspect of PTR’s range. Other examples are their extensive range of Air Vent Head Valves – most common-user sizes/specs are carried in stock – plus Pipe Dressing and Anti-Splashing Tapes. PTR is the national distributor of the long-established DRY CARGO hatch sealing tapes from UK. Both Heavy Duty and Standard Duty Tapes are available from stock. In addition, associated water-activated pipe-repair and corrosion protection tapes are available.
PTR Holland has grown from humble beginnings to the substantial marine service company that you will see in Europoort today. Indeed the company has recently opened their new and enlarged office and warehouse premises near Haven 6215. From the early days PTR’s core business has been the manufacture of a full range of rope ladders using wooden, metal-alloy and synthetic steps. Jacobs or Monkey ladders are produced, but the main production is the manufacture of PTR Pilot Ladders to the all-important M.E.D. certification. PTR, under the supervision of Bureau Veritas, was one of the first manufacturers to be awarded M.E.D. approval for Pilot Ladders and Lifeboat/Embarkation Ladders. Daily, MED approved ladders are shipped locally and by sea and air to users around the world. In the category of ladders, PTR also supplies Accommodation, Gangway and Wharf Ladders from stock, or the necessary equipment can be quickly fabricated – usually from aluminum – to client’s specific requirements. Over the years PTR management have ensured that the company’s product range has evolved in pace with the requirements of the maritime industry. One such example is Anti-Piracy products. Such items were unknown until a few years ago; today they are an important part of PTR’s range. PTR carries the largest stock of Protective Razor Wire in Europe plus Bullet Protection Aids for the ships’ crews and associated equipment – essential equipment for ships that will transit the various high-risk waters.
Nets of various types are stocked; gangway and cargo nets plus the highly specialized helicopter landing nets. While shipping has been PTR’s long-term market, recently the company has continued to evolve as a supplier to the offshore industry with the development of the TORO Personnel Transfer Devices. This 4-pax unit is manufactured to the highest of international approval standards. A further development, and indeed recognition of how highly the company is viewed internationally, has been PTR’s appointment as the European sales, distribution and maintenance/ repair base for the Billy Pugh range of products. While this article highlights PTR’s main products there are many other common-user products (www.ptrholland.com) that are stocked and available for immediate dispatch. PTR is proud to contribute to the support of the maritime and offshore industries and looks forward to continuing to develop in line with the needs of its domestic and international clients.
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Daltonstraat 40 3316 GD Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 651 1622 F +31 (0)78 617 9890 E email@example.com I www.recontec.nl Contact: Mr Sietze van der Velde
Newtonweg 9 P.O. Box 242 3200 AE Spijkenisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 614 466 F +31 (0)181 625 304 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.reikon.nl
Since the early eighties Recontec is active in the business of “restoration of electronic devices after fire or water damage”. This process of “corrective restoration” was at that time rather revolutionary as it consisted of intensive documentation (drawings are not available after a catastrophe), disassembling, decontamination of electronics by means of water and (special) chemicals, intensive drying and assembling of the equipment. The suppliers and manufacturers were invited to test and repair the equipment to be able and willing to provide the original level of service and guarantee.
Reikon is one of the most prominent trading companies within the Dutch Shipping industry that offers a total package for your engine room. Best known for the delivery of Azcue Pumps, Gefico watermakers, Ueberall UV sterilizers and since 2012 Reikon is the official Dutch agent for Headway Ballast water management systems and Detegasa waste management systems as well.
Nowadays the process is optimized, supplemented with the same activity for high tech mechanical devices and extended to as well the corrective as periodical preventive reconditioning on board of seagoing vessels and the offshore drilling units and dredgers. Moreover thermographic pre-commissioning inspection supported by wipe sample analyses is carried out to monitor contamination in electronic cabinets and to prevent malfunctions. During the newbuilding of a sea-going vessel or a jack-up rig it is almost inevitable that equipment becomes contaminated by a broad scale of more or less electrically conductible and corrosive residues. The contamination consists mostly of metal dust and anions. The metal parts are residues from welding, cutting, grinding, blasting and cause malfunctioning and even short-circuiting in the electronic devices. These anions (negatively charged electrons) are chlorides, sulphides and nitrates and cause an electrolytic corrosion process. Recontec is the specialist in prevention of these problems, the disruptions and the corrosion process by means of an advanced preventive, periodical restoration process. This will result in reliable equipment and extension of the effective life cycle of electronics on board. Recontec is for over 30 years the world-wide partner for advise and support in preventing disruptions of electronics by preventive decontamination and Recontec minimizes the business interruption and loss of hire by corrective decontamination after fire damages or flooding on board of sea-going vessels and offshore equipment.
Many of the ships built within the last 20 years have been fitted with our equipment. Working closely for many years with companies within this field of expertise has enabled us to build up a good understanding of our customers wants and needs. And due to independently operated factories we are able to deliver goods quickly and inexpensively. To provide better service to our customers Reikon has extended its range of products with the ballast water management system Oceanguard, manufactured by Headway Technologies. Oceanguard BWMS offers a single treatment solution, for sea, fresh & brackish water, with one of the lowest energy consumptions in the market, all based on a small footprint. Reikon also offers solutions for bilge water separation, sewage treatment and liquid & solid waste management with the range of products manufactured by Detegasa. Reikon further distinguishes itself by having a well stocked supply of goods which in some cases means we are able to deliver even on the same day. This in combination with our 24 hour service and an extensive, dedicated team of technical staff emphasizes the fact that customer service for us is our number one priority. So whether you are in search of a complete pump package, watermakers, ballast water management systems, stock supplies or the installing of a pump on an existing ship, Reikon is your reliable partner.
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REINTJES BENELUX BVBA
Luithagen Haven 2, Unit F B-2030 Antwerp Belgium T +32 (0)3 541 9233 F +32 (0)3 541 0212 E email@example.com I www.reintjes.be
Patrijsweg 10 4791 RV Klundert – Port No. 483 The Netherlands T +31 (0)168 331 490 F +31 (0)168 380 320 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.rometal.nl
Reintjes gearboxes: Controlled & safe ship maneuvering
Introduction: For more than ten years, Rometal B.V. has been a reliable and flexible supplier of all kinds of steel structures. Established in Holland, we are a growing company and now have two manufacturing facilities in Netherlands and Romania. In Romania we will expand our production area to 5,500 m². Services: Because of our facility in the Netherlands (Moerdijk) we are also able to do repairs, modifications, loadtests, transport over the water and even storages. Our production facilities give us the flexibility to respond to our customers in terms of capacity and delivery time – with high quality and at a competitive price. Specialty: For years, we have maintained Lloyd’s certification for the production of high tension steel S355, S690, S890 and even S960. As a company standard all our production, material and quality processes are fully traceable and class approved. Our high quality standards allow us to serve both the on- and offshore industries. Our constant aim is to deliver the products on time and in line with customer requirements. As an added value to our customer we are certified to do shot blasting and coating on our premises under our own management, according to the required paint specifications. From production, intergration of electrical and hydraulical components to shot blasting and coating we can be your reliable on- and offshore partner. We have lot of experience building according to the rules and regulations of major classification societies. Our practical approach via constructive solutions, reliability and flexibility are well known by our customers. Our experience includes: – Crane building – Mooring equipment – Heavy lift equipment – Deck- and seafastening equipment – Winches – Foundations – Dredging equipment If you are interested in our company please feel free to contact us, we’re happy to supply you with more details.
REINTJES Benelux is a subsidiary of REINTJES Hameln (D) From the Antwerp branch both reverse-reduction and reduction gearboxes are sold and serviced. Experts for over 70 years For more than 70 years Reintjes manufactures only gearboxes for marine applications, this experience in combination with advanced design and production processes makes Reintjes a world leader in this field. User friendly Reintjes Gearboxes are compact, have a low noise level, are easy to install and combine low maintenance costs with reliability. Spare parts Reintjes Gearboxes are highly standardized, most spare parts are direct available. As from 2001 the Reintjes spare-part production center can realize short delivery times on special parts or deliveries. Designed for extreme conditions The rigid designed Reintjes gearboxes operate all over the world. Reintjes gearboxes work around the clock in fishing vessels; patrol boats; navy ships, cargo ships; inland ships; tugs and workboats. 24h/24 Service REINTJES Benelux has a service department for spare parts and repairs. The Antwerp branch not only has a warehouse but also a well equipped repair shop. Our highly qualified and experienced service engineers can also intervene on board or at the yard. From an inspection until a complex repair, REINTJES Benelux assures You the reliability for which the REINTJES products are well known. Emergencies do not respect office hours. That is why we at REINTJES Benelux make sure that service and support are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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SCHOTTEL NEDERLAND B.V.
Rotork House Brassmill Lane Bath Somerset BA1 3JQ United Kingdom T +44 (0)1225 733 200 F +44 (0)1225 333 467 E email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org I www.rotork.com
Chroomstraat 143 2718 RJ Zoetermeer The Netherlands T +31 (0)79 361 1391 F +31 (0)79 361 1417 E info(at)schottel.nl I www.schottel.com Contact: Mr Arnold Blom, Director
Rotork specialises in producing valve actuators and related equipment for every part of the ship building and offshore industries. With over 50 years’ experience Rotork understands the challenges faced in the marine environment. Rotork valve actuators are widely recognised as being technically advanced, reliable and user-friendly. They are backed by huge resources and an unrivalled worldwide service.
The SCHOTTEL Group, with its headquarters in Spay/Rhine, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of propulsion and steering systems for ships and offshore applications. Founded in 1921, the company has been developing and manufacturing azimuth propulsion and manoeuvring systems, complete propulsion systems with power ratings of up to 30 MW, and steering systems for vessels of all sizes and types, for about 60 years. Around 100 sales and service locations worldwide ensure customer proximity.
Rotork has a full range of electric and fluid power actuators designed to meet the stringent requirements of the marine industry. They are accurate, watertight, robust and efficient and provide exacting levels of durability and reliability. They also provide a number of unique cost saving benefits that particularly help marine industry customers, providing precise control, lower costs, lower emissions, and a safe environment. Rotork actuators are installed in ships of all descriptions, both commercial and military, and the company works closely with every organisation that is involved in the specification, construction and operation of ships. All actuators are designed to withstand the harsh environments and operating regimes of the marine industry. Self-contained actuators require a low level of maintenance, and are power efficient. Integral diagnostics enable planned maintenance and avoid unexpected emergencies. Products meet SIL and HIPPS ratings. Valve torque profiles and event logs help diagnose valve and control problems. Easily accessible diagnostics provide full management information. Complete asset management programmes available.
SCHOTTEL Nederland B.V. Already in 1958 SCHOTTEL founded its first subsidiary abroad in the Netherlands due to the great significance of this market. Since that time SCHOTTEL Nederland B.V. is in charge of sales and services in the BENELUX markets, with its office, workshop and warehouse in Zoetermeer. Product Range: SCHOTTEL Rudderpropeller (SRP) – azimuth thruster for maximum manoeuvrability and optimum efficiency with power ratings up to 6,000 kW. SCHOTTEL Twin Propeller (STP) with two propellers mounted on a common shaft rotating in the same direction. Ideal for ships in the medium speed range with application-related higher propeller loads. The SCHOTTEL Combi Drive (SCD) is an electric azimuth thrusterpowerful with a slimline, maintenancefriendly, hydrodynamically optimized design. From 2,000 to 3,800 kW. The SCHOTTEL Pump-Jet (SPJ) is entirely enclosed by the vessel’s hull, specially developed for use in shallow water. SCHOTTEL Controllable-Pitch Propellers (SCP) for nearly all vessel types. Up to 30,000 kW. SCHOTTEL Transverse Thrusters (STT) – manoeuvring aids for all types of vessel with fixed or controllable-pitch propellers. SCHOTTEL Rim Thruster (SRT) – a low noise and low-vibration electric propulsion system without a gearbox or drive shaft. The propeller blades are attached to the inside of a rotor.
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SERDIJN SHIP REPAIR BV
SIP MARINE BV
Drutenstraat 7 3087 CC Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 473 7400 F +31 (0)10 473 7361 E email@example.com I www.serdijn.nl
Lipsstraat 50 5151 RP Drunen The Netherlands T +31 (0)416 383 262 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.sipmarine.com Contact: Mr S.F. Sipkema
Ship repair starts with Serdijn. We keep your ships in shape! The Port of Rotterdam is home to Serdijn Ship Repair BV, one of the leading ship repair companies. This experienced repair terminal is established on a central, easy accessible location and is a recognized port facility as required by the ISPS code. If you need professional assistance than you’re only one call away of our engineers. And, if necessary, you can even reach us by our agents in Germany, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Dubai, India and Singapore.
SIP Marine propellers In Drunen, the Dutch cradle of propeller manufacturing, SIP Marine develops and produces high-end propellers and propulsion systems. For this, the newest technology and design tools, like SIPPROP(c), and Fine/Marine CFD, are being used. The high-end propellers are known for low noise and vibration levels, and extremely high efficiency.
Tired of delays and long waiting times? We understand that port time is valuable. That’s why we offer quick, safe and reliable services and craftsmanship to sea-going vessels. Worldwide! 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In our own port of Rotterdam we have – a well-equipped workshop with gantry crane. – a range of shore cranes. – repair terminal of 350 mtr available. All year, every week, day or night. Try us, a decision you will never regret! – Reliable partner in ship repair. – Highly skilled technical team. – Conversions. – Competitive rates. – Lifeboat davit systems, load testing. – Riding squads and mobile equipment for port and voyage repairs. – Class approved welding procedures for steel and pipe repairs. – Lloyd’s Register QA approval Health & Safety system. – Agent for SP Consultores Y Servicios: Hatch covers and Ro/Ro Equipment Specialist. – Serdijn Ship Repair holds the exclusive European OEM spare part dealership of Oriental Ltd of Busan Korea comprising of all spares used in their range of cranes, winches and lifesaving products.
Design SIPPROP(c) is the newest generation propeller design software, developed by SIP Marine. Not only is this software used for designing propellers, but also to optimise, precisely in the condition that the propeller meets under the ship. This is done based on the wake fields generated via Fine/Marine. The result of these optimised propellers is a reduction of noise levels over 10 dB. With our sophisticated tools we are able to consult not only on propulsion, but also compute and examine the flow around ships in full detail. The recommendations we deliver lead to more efficient sailing behaviour of our clients’ vessels. Production Our propellers are being produced in the Netherlands, Italy and Portugal, in all desired finishing classes of ISO 484, for example class 2 for general purposes to class S for high speed of Navy. The maximum diameter of the propellers is 6,500 mm, and minimum weight of castings is 40 tons. SIP Marine Custom nozzles SIP Marine developed three new nozzle types using the newest CFD techniques. From these three types SIP Marine can optimise the attachment to the hull, in order to deliver the best efficiency possible.
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SKF SOLUTION FACTORY - MARINE
VAN STEENDEREN MAINPORTLAWYERS B.V.
Nikkelstraat 7 2984 AM Ridderkerk The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 483 828 F +31 (0)180 483 829 E email@example.com I www.skf.com/marine www.shaftdesigner.com
Zeemansstraat 13 P.O. Box 23493 3001 KL Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 266 7866 F +31 (0)10 266 7868 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.mainportlawyers.com Contact: Mr Arnold J. van Steenderen
SKF is your partner throughout the ship lifecycle, providing products and services for design, new build, operation and maintenance for all ship types. SKFâ€™s products and application knowledge help equipment run better and improve productivity while conserving our natural resources. SKF has been in the marine industry for more than 70 years, applying innovative thinking and expertise to critical machinery. Innovative solutions for rotating machinery have continuously driven increased productivity and reduced operating costs. Our marine product and service offerings include full condition based maintenance tools and services as well as integrated solutions for propulsion systems, gearboxes, transmissions and electromechanical motion control. To provide seamless global support for the marine industry, SKF has created a Marine Business Unit, including the SKF Solution FactoryMarine. Bringing together SKF experts with decades of relevant experience, this hub provides a single point of entry for a complete range of SKF products and services, delivered with world-class logistics through the industryâ€™s best distribution system. Examples of our services are: Alignment (static and dynamic); 3D measurement surveys; On-site machining; Vibration measurement and analysis; Engineering; Condition-based maintenance; Training and certification. Our product portfolio includes: Vibracon adjustable chocks, ShaftDesigner shaft alignment and vibration calculation software; Machinery mounting kits.
We are a boutique law firm working exclusively in the shipping and energy & offshore sectors. We are receiving instructions from a worldwide client base to whom we provide advice and assistance on a wide range of commercial shipping activities, including shipbuilding and ship conversion projects and sale and purchase of ships. Next to these transactional services we have a dispute resolution team handling all sorts of problems and disputes. We truly understand the shipbuilding market and our approach is always to add value for our clients. The services we provide include drafting and negotiating a Building Contract and its ancillary documentation e.g. the Protocols, Letters of Guarantee, insurance documentation, novation-agreements, etc. We can also assist you and your project team in developing the Specification and once the Building Contract is signed, we can monitor the fulfilment of contractual obligations that each party has assumed. Many of the problems during a construction project that may even lead to lengthy litigation or arbitration are due to an inappropriate contract with ambiguities and gaps leading to cost overruns and delays. If it is inevitable we will also guide you through litigation, whether before a Court of law, or in (international) arbitration or mediation proceedings. Within the Shipping, Offshore and Energy industries we are assisting shipyards and sub-contractors or suppliers, offshore contractors, financial institutions, financing a project or purchasers.
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TECHNOMARINE ENGINEERING B.V. Stanleyweg 12 4462 GN Goes The Netherlands T +31 (0)113 586 006 F +31 (0)113 581 080 I www.technomarine.nl
Technomarine Engineering BV is a Dutch based, globally operating company specialized in the exchange and repair of all types of marine diesel engines and related parts. With more than 20 years of experience we provide technical assistance, specialized advice and solutions for all our customers technical problems. By making use of advanced machinery and tools, reconditioning of parts and comprehensive technical problems can be solved within no time in our well equipped workshop, 24/7. We have advanced facilities that allow us to overhaul damaged engine parts and we are very active in the trade of new and used (spare) parts. Our stock has a wide range of all types of engine parts and products.
Because of our central location and our extensive transportation capabilities, we quarantee a fast delivery to the ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp, le Havre and Hamburg. Transportation to other ports is possible. If the ordered products are in stock, we can deliver worldwide within 48 hours. Technomarine Engineering has a service team of highly skilled engineers who can be on site worldwide within 24 hrs. We provide competitive rates and solutions for all our customers. We specialize in overhaul of all types of main and auxiliary engines and repairing activities. We are also capable of line-boring and crankshaft grinding.
We supply, repair, modify (certified) generator-sets for the shipping industry up to 2,000 KvA worldwide. To meet with the current standard and safety demands, all gensets are delivered with certification after inspection in our own testing facility. Technomarine offers her customers exclusively Sponge-jetâ€™s low dust abrasive blasting technology for delicate cleaning to aggressive coating removal and profiling of substrates, widely used in the marine industry, worldwide. Spongejet is the worldâ€™s leader of clean, dry, low dust reusable surface preparation media and equipment. Our aim is to provide our customers with the best technical service and professional assistance as possible for a very competitive rate. Technomarine Engineering BV is a sister company of Recomarine Services BV and Spongeblasting Benelux BV. These companies are complementing each other in the market and use their internal possibilities.
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SPONGEBLASTING BENELUX BV Stanleyweg 12 4462 GN Goes The Netherlands T +31 (0)113 251 869 F +31 (0)113 581 080 E email@example.com I www.spongeblasting.com Contact: Mr Simon Gijzel
Spongeblasting Benelux BV is the official distributor of Spongejet’s clean, dry, low dust reusable blasting technology. Sponge-Jet’s reusable technology can achieve results while protecting what’s important – the environment, your assets, your workers and the bottom line. Surface Preparation Solutions for Shipbuilding and Vessel Maintenance Sponge-Jet’s low dust abrasive blasting technology is widely used in the marine industry by military and civilian shipyards and marinas. Among the many benefits of the Sponge-Jet technology is its ability to minimize downtime while increasing the in-service life of marine vessels. Sponge-Jet Benefits – Extend the serviceable life of floating assets – Accelerate surface preparation and painting operations – Eliminate damage to adjacent surfaces and surrounding coatings 12x faster than power tools – Remove the toughest mil scale, elastomeric and non-skid coatings – Create surface profiles 0-125+ microns (0-5+mils) – Reduce abrasive handling and waste disposal – Clean and degrease without water or liquid detergents – Reduce costs compared to conventional surface preparation – Precisely blast and depaint on sensitive substrates – Selectively strip coatings and remove contaminants – Increased visibility during blasting – Fugitive emissions greatly reduced compared to conventional abrasives
Sponge-Jet Applications – Erection welds and fit-out welds – Bilges, ballast tanks and engineering spaces – Areas typically prohibited to abrasive blasting (e.g. near hydraulics, electronics, seals and bearings) – Corrugated steel, non-ferrous metal surfaces, cargo hold-downs, deck perimeters and escape trunks – Voids, sump pits, rudder stocks, scuppers, bridge wings and fairings – Lube oil tanks; fresh, grey and potable water tanks – Living spaces, fan rooms and mechanical control rooms – Bow planes, dive planes and baffles Spongeblasting Benelux BV has a productive, equipment sensitive, worker friendly, environmentally conscious solution for any industry, application or surface preparation challenge. For more information, references and articles please see our website www.spongejet.nl In the Benelux area you can contact Spongeblasting Benelux BV for more detailed information, a demo in our extended workshop and training facility, or a demo on location.
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TOS - ENERGY & MARITIME MANPOWER
Socratesstraat 94 7323 PH Apeldoorn The Netherlands T +31 (0)55 355 5876 F +31 (0)55 355 5861 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.technoship.nl
Waalhaven O.Z. 77 P.O. Box 55064 3008 EB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 436 6293 F +31 (0)10 436 6286 E email@example.com I www.tos.nl Contact: Mr Ronald van der Kolk
Technoship has been supplier for the ship- and yachtbuilding industry for over half a century. Technoship stands for quality, expertise, service and reliability. We offer full and flexible scala of services. From design and installation to maintenance, repairs, and consultancy.
TOS is an international service provider in crewing solutions, global ship delivery and ship management. TOS provides professionals to the Maritime, Offshore and Oil & Gas industry. From our head office and our worldwide network of branch offices, joint ventures and partnerships, we serve the energy and maritime sector.
Technoship is exclusive representative for: – K.Chr.Steen GmbH&Co, (established in 1893), world’s leading manufacturers of custom designed deck machinery, such as anchor capstans, anchor winches mooring bollards, cranes and capstans. We offer complete design solutions for any type of vessel regardless of size. – Norsafe A/S, (founded in 1903), specializes in conventional and freefall lifeboats, rescue boats and davits. We supply the majority of the global shipping and offshore markets. All Norsafe equipment is approved in accordance with e.g. SOLAS, IMO, CE and MED. Norsafe offers full service, maintenance and training programs. – Ultra Fog AB, the most effective and efficient high-pressure waterfog fire-fighting system. It has been tested and approved according to e.g. IMO A.800 and 265 (accommodation, stores and service areas), IMO 847 (activation y detectors as alternative to glass bulbs), IMO 1165 (machinery spaces), IMO 913 (local protection), IMO 1272 (RoRo and special category spaces), 1268 (Balconies) and IMO 15371 for galley cooking and certified fat fryer systems. Technoship is manufacturer of: – Gevert/Technoship sliding underdeck davit systems. First developed and patented in 1975 as a new and revolutionary system for yachts enabling the storage of tenders under deck, requiring only very limited space. All GT-davit systems are custom designed and are nearly maintenance-free system. – Technoship square bronze chain rollers prevent the anchor chain from wear and tear and ensure a longer life for your chain as well as a smoother movement of the chain over the roller. An elegant and cost effective solution.
Ship Delivery Sold a ship? Ships under construction for third parties? Relocation of your seagoing equipment worldwide? TOS specialises in the transportation of vessels on their own keel. For a fixed agreed price and under clearly defined conditions, TOS takes care of transportation to an agreed destination. If required, TOS organises the delivery, transfer and instruction of personnel. Specialist through many years of experience – ISM / ISPS – Technical management – Flag state service – Sea and shipyard trails – Class certification – Survey and inspection – Crew training (ASD) – Daily reports – Passage planning – Voyage security analysis ASD Training Program With the growth of the number of performed ship deliveries (in particular of ASD vessels) TOS became an expert in supplying ASD captains, delivering ASD tug boats and providing ASD training on the spot for the new crew. We expanded our services with a simulator based and mobile ASD Training Program at any location worldwide. The training is very flexible and developed for (experienced) tug masters. In a relatively short period of time, all tug masters will be trained to operate as a full ASD tug master. To find out more about our company, please visit our website: www.tos.nl
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B.V. TECHNISCH BUREAU UITTENBOGAART
THEUNISSEN TECHNICAL TRADING B.V.
Brugwachter 13 3034 KD Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 411 4614 F +31 (0)10 414 1004 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.tbu.nl Contact: Mr H.F. Uittenbogaart (Director)
P.O. Box 70 6580 AB Malden The Netherlands T +31 (0)24 358 4455 F +31 (0)24 358 2166 E email@example.com I www.tttbv.nl Contact: Mr H. Volmerink
Aco Marine s.r.o BioCompact Environmental Technology B.V. Bond’s Foundry Co Ltd BOT-Groningen BV Deckma Hamburg GmbH Deerberg Systems Honeywell Enraf Tanksystem SA Jahnel-Kestermann Getriebewerke GmbH
Theunissen Technical Trading BV (TTT), based in Malden, the Netherlands, is specialized in supplying high quality products to the marine industry with special emphasis on the dredging and offshore industry. The Dutch company aims at giving customers exactly the support they apply for. The dedicated client approach is based on the company’s high quality products combined with the best service and technical support, available 24 hours a day.
Jets AS Maderas Jumilla S.A. Maschinenfabrik BRÖHL GmbH & Co. oHG Megator Ltd. Optimarin AS Palfinger Dreggen SKF Blohm + Voss Industries GmbH TBU Mooring equipment Tecnicomar S.p.A WINEL tank vent check valves From stock we can offer a.o. chocks and guiderollers, WINEL tank vent check valves, and many spare parts such as SIMPLEX Compact seals and bushes and MEGATOR sludge pumps and Jets™ spare parts for vacuum toilet systems. TBU can call upon extensive facilities and a fully professional staff of advisors, technicians and service engineers and offers the security of a complete 24-hour service (on-shore or on board) and complete technical back-up. TBU has a complete repair shop for calibrating and repair of the Tanksystem Hermetic Ullage, temperature and Interface detectors (UTI) and the Deckma oil water monitors.
TTT was founded in 1984. Through the years, TTT has become an exclusive importer/agent of first class products, building up an innovative and fresh reputation. Trying to keep that “fresh” name resulted in the development of an online way to buy our products. Recently, products can be found in our web shop. Furthermore, TTT is active on social media, such as Twitter and Facebook. What remains unchanged is the durability, robustness and high quality degree of all products within our portfolio. All products meet the high quality demands and comply with all technical requirements. The company’s product range includes renowned brands that represent the absolute top within the marine market. Theunissen offers following premium brands in marine equipment: MCT Brattberg Multi-cable transits Aqua Signal (Glamox) Lighting and navigation lights (LED) Seematz (Pesch) Searchlights Vingtor (Zenitel) Communication equipment Eltek I Consilium Fire detection systems Seematz (Pesch) Straight-line window wipers Danfoss-Semco Water mist fire fighting systems Parker-Sea Recovery Reverse osmosis watermakers Eekels Emergency telegraphs HMT Signalling columns Telco Marine and offshore heaters PSI Pipe transit systems
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VDL KLIMA BV
Neon 7 4751 XA Oud Gastel The Netherlands T +31 (0)88 878 7700 F +31 (0)88 878 7750 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.trustlube.com Contact: Mr Chiel van Daelen
Meerenakkerweg 30 5652 AV Eindhoven P.O. Box 300 5600 AH Eindhoven The Netherlands T +31 (0)40 298 1818 F +31 (0)40 298 1800 E email@example.com I www.vdlklima.com
Innovation Starts here
VDL – VDL Groep is an international industrial company focused on the development, production and sale of semi-finished products, buses & coaches and other finished products and the assembly of cars. It is a conglomerate of flexible, independent companies, each with its own specialty. The strength of VDL Groep lies in the mutual cooperation between the companies. Since the founding in 1953 this family-owned company has grown to include 82 operating companies, spread over 18 countries with more than 8,800 employees.
TrustLube designs, manufactures, assembles and installs automatic lubrication systems and monitoring systems for the maritime, dredging, offshore and petrochemical industry. Our skill lies in choosing the exact dosage required for the installation to achieve a sound performance. The method of TrustLube takes care of the continuity of the industrial process and enables installations to achieve significant lubricant savings. Our sustainable TrustLube systems continually prove themselves in the most extreme conditions. Anywhere in the world. TrustLube, beyond lubrication.
VDL Klima – VDL Klima, part of VDL Groep, develops and manufactures heat exchangers (a.o. air/air coolers, air/water coolers, boxcoolers, shell and tube heat exchangers) and ventilation systems for various applications such as engines (electrical) propulsion systems and power generators, transformers and convertors. Engineering and production is seen as an integrated process and found in-house. With our high level of knowledge, 100 years of experience and state of art production technologies, our clients are assured of the optimal solution in terms of heat transfer and ventilation technology. Whether you require customized or serial production, VDL Klima always has the right capacity and knowledge. VDL Klima is active in the following market segments: – Shipping and maritime industry – Energy generation and conversion (conventional and renewable) – Agriculture and industry – Innovative industries (a.o. semiconductors) Shipping and maritime industry – VDL Klima heat exchangers are used on ships worldwide for direct and indirect cooling of cooling water, lubricant and hydraulic oil from engines, podded electric propulsion systems, generators, transformers, converters and hydraulic systems. In addition to traditional plate-type heat exchangers, demand is increasing for VDL Klimarine box coolers for complete on-board cooling circuits or individual engines.
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Griendweg 1 3356 LN Papendrecht P.O. Box 53 3350 AB Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 615 2266 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.veth.net Contact: Mr Erik Veth, Managing Director/Owner
Stationsweg 2 P.O. Box 48 4153 ZG Beesd The Netherlands T +31 (0)345 688 700 F +31 (0)345 688 707 E email@example.com I www.volvopenta.com Contact: Mr Jan-Willem Vissers
What you can expect from Veth Propulsion Veth Propulsion is the thruster manufacturer which stands for quality, service, innovation and sustainability. You can expect a personal and down-to-earth approach and a reliable image and brand awareness in the market. Your sailing profile and specific needs form the basis for our bespoke solutions including rudder propellers, bow thrusters, diesel engines and generator sets. We deliver these products to various customer groups, such as dredging, offshore, inland marine, passenger vessels, tugboats, mega yachts.
Volvo Penta is a solid partner in providing marine power systems. The combined financial and technological resources provided by the Volvo Group, coupled with our tradition of innovative marine engineering, enable us to design and deliver diesel performance for a broad range of marine applications – and to provide service and support all over the world.
Recent project is the development of 2 Veth Z-drives, 1 retractable L-drive and 1 Veth Tunnel thruster for Lobith International (customer Seamar). In-house assembly and development Veth Propulsion distinguishes herself by in-house development and assembly of the entire process. We guarantee the quality we provide by testing all parts before they are delivered and we support Lean Manufacturing. Flexible and proactive Veth Propulsion has flexible, all-round professionals at their disposal, who have a passion for technology and our customers. As our customer you are entitled to 24/7 accessibility, pro-active assistance and optimal access to parts in stock. Globally, Veth Propulsion closely collaborates with local agents to ensure that we can provide you with assistance throughout the world. Innovation The thinking and behaviour at Veth Propulsion is based on both the developments and needs of the market, combined with decades of experience and craftsmanship. Sustainability Veth Propulsion takes responsibility for the consequences of its actions and decisions related to human health, the environment and society, and we are happy to accept responsibility in this regard. Numerous initiatives have been put in place to become as ‘green’ as possible, such as chain responsibility, waste management and the application of green products.
Volvo Penta was established in 1907 – the year the company produced its first marine engine. We probably have the richest innovation history in the marine world, with such global innovations as the Aquamatic sterndrive, Duoprop counter-rotating propellers and, most recently, the IPS system with the forward-facing propellers. Volvo Penta is part of the Volvo Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy trucks, buses and construction equipment and is utilizing this into the marine world in a very succesfull way. Therefor Volvo Penta is now a major player in the professional market due to our high fuel-efficiency in combination and compliance with the most stringent emission legislations. No matter if you need power for planing or displacement propulsion, auxiliary power or a complete marine genset for diesel- electric or hybride propulsion, the Volvo Penta range will satisfy your demands. Volvo Penta can deliver Propulsion and auxiliary power from 75 to 550 kW with the highest fuel efficiency available in the market and ready for the next emission levels worldwide. Worldwide service and first class support.
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VUYK ENGINEERING GRONINGEN
Van Coulsterweg 3 2952 CB Alblasserdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 681 0780 F +31 (0)78 681 0799 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vulkan.com Contact: Mr Robert van Riemsdijk
P.O. Box 204 9700 AE Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 575 3950 F +31 (0)50 575 3951 E email@example.com I www.vuykgron.nl Contact: Mr J. Kuin (Managing director), Mr M.A. Sickler (Deputy director)
Active in offshore, dredging, inland navigation and industry, VULKAN Benelux supplies a vast range of highly flexible couplings, air operated clutches and composite shafting. In 2010 we expanded our business with the VULKAN DMR products, such as engine mounts used by all major engine manufacturers, but also propeller shaft couplings and thrust bearings. VULKAN is able to supply all the important flexible components in the driveline. Being part of the VULKAN group enables us to deliver high quality, custom designed and produced products with a worldwide 24/7 service.
Vuyk Engineering Groningen BV provides reliable, quality and costeffective partnerships to ship owners, shipyards and other maritime related businesses. Delivering a flexible approach to the total chain of design, engineering and production/logistics, we develop innovative and exceptionally competitive designs either ‘off-the-shelf’ or customised to the particular requirements of our client.
From 1889 the family owned VULKAN group has grown into a global organisation with 5 production locations, 15 subsidiaries and 30 representatives. The continuous quality is ensured by full in-house engineering, production and testing. As a dedicated partner, we ensure our customers a solution for all challenges from 0.1 up to 2,000 kNm. With our large selection of stocked parts we are able to deliver components and complete couplings for both new building as well as repair jobs. Our service engineers, if needed, travel all over the world to inspect, repair or replace VULKAN products. Since VULKAN Benelux moved to a completely new office including warehouse and perfectly equipped workshop, we can service the VULKAN flexible couplings and fully overhaul VULKAN MESLU clutches.
The available expertise covers more than 200 vessels; General cargo, Container feeders, Mega yachts, Offshore/Dredging and Workboats, all of which have been designed and engineered in our office. Our expertise covers also special projects and jobs. These include Offshore support and Dredging support vessels, Icebreaking vessels, Heavylift combidock vessels, Offshore Accommodation units for platforms and all kinds of Consultancy services as FEM calculations, (damage) stability issues, complete (engineroom) refits, etc. Over the years we have worked with respected Yacht builders and Architects on the design and engineering of superyachts, for example, three of the world’s largest sailing yachts and motoryachts ranging from 45 to 80 metres in length. We offer a head start with every new project as the client benefits from our wide range of expertise. From the purely theoretical, such as FEM analysis, feasibility studies, resistance and propulsion, shipsdynamics and seakeeping to highly practical matters such as workshop drawings and production/logistic information.
In our showroom we present an extensive range of additional professional products: BETA tools, work clothing, ZETTEX products for cleaning, lubrication, protection and installation, Panasonic electrical tools, Ejendals gloves, Estil lifting equipment, Fieldpiece instruments, Milwaukee tools, SwissOne safety glasses and electrical tools.
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VUYK ENGINEERING ROTTERDAM B.V.
WÄRTSILÄ NETHERLANDS B.V.
P.O. Box 1 2900 AA Capelle a/d IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 760 1600 F +31 (0)10 760 1699 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vuykrotterdam.com Contact: Mr Marc Oele (Managing director)
Sales Havenstraat 18-24 3115 HD Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 427 7100 F +31 (0)10 426 4571 E email@example.com I www.wartsila.com/netherlands
Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam (VER) is a well respected design company serving the maritime industry. We supply consultancy and engineering services in the areas of ship design, equipment design, marine operations engineering and building supervision. We specialize in work vessels for the dredging, offshore, renewables and heavy lift market sectors. We provide services to owners, contractors, salvage companies, shipyards, authorities, investors and insurance companies. We aim to be the address for high end solutions and innovations.
Wärtsilä Netherlands B.V. Wärtsilä is a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising technological innovation and total efficiency, Wärtsilä maximises the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers. The company has operations in nearly 170 locations in 70 countries around the world. Wärtsilä is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, Finland. Wärtsilä Netherlands B.V. has an extensive network of knowledge centres, sales offices and specialised maintenance workshops at its disposal and plays a key role in the globally operative Wärtsilä Corporation.
Core activities – Ship design: ensuring efficient operation and realizing tailor made innovative, practical and effective solutions suitable for building worldwide. – Design of special equipment for use on ships, optimized with regard to the interface with the vessel and taking account of the vessel motions, dynamic loads and other typical requirements. – Marine Operations engineering related to the execution of works above, on and below water level. Our theoretical approach, backedup by practical experience and combined with extensive expertise in ship and equipment design, ensures practical and efficient solutions. Track record offshore market Design and engineering work for newbuilding and modification of: – Pipe lay/repair vessels, Semi submersibles, Crane vessels, – Jack-up platforms for installation purposes – Stone dumping vessels – Deep water mining and fall pipe vessels – Offshore construction vessels – Offshore wind turbine installations – Various marine operations engineering projects.
Ship Power Wärtsilä enhances the business of its customers by providing integrated systems, solutions and products that are efficient, economically sound and environmentally sustainable for the marine industry. Being a technology leader in this field, and through the experience know-how and dedication of our personnel, we are able to customise innovative, optimised lifecycle solutions to the benefit of our clients around the world. Services Wärtsilä supports its customers throughout the lifecycle of their installations by optimising efficiency and performance. We provide the most comprehensive portfolio of services and the broadest service network in the industry for both the power plant and marine markets. We are committed to providing high quality, expert support as well as availability of services-wherever our customers are-in the most environmentally sound way. Technology and Services Centre Wärtsilä is developing a Technology and Services Centre in Drunen. In this centre Wärtsilä creates synergy and efficiency between experts in Sales, Engineering, R&D and Services focused on their competencies in lifecycle power solutions.
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G.J. WORTELBOER JR. B.V.
P.O. Box 48 1723 ZG Noord-Scharwoude The Netherlands T +31 (0)226 313 054 F +31 (0)226 320 222 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.willteco.com Contact: Mr Willem Wille (Director)
Quarantaineweg 5 P.O. Box 5003 3008 AA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 429 2222 F +31 (0)10 429 6459 E email@example.com I www.wortelboer.nl Contact: Mr M.J.M. Wortelboer
WE DESIGN WE ENGINEER WE MANUFACTURE WE REPAIR WE INSTALL WE COORDINATE
Our company is already for years specialized in the supply of anchors and chain cables, in all sizes and diameters. New buildings as well as stock deliveries are absolutely no problem. At our yard in Rotterdam, which covers roughly 18,000 m2, we have all weights of D’Hone, AC-14, Hall, Spek, Pool©, Danforth and of course the special and original Flipper Delta© anchors! Also, a very large stock of chain cables is kept in stock, in diameters ranging from 14 to 122 mm U3, which are ready for immediate dispatch!
We don’t think in problems, we think solutions. So whatever your needs are, we will deliver. And if we haven’t thought of it already, our innovation takes over and we invent it. We are here to ensure that you can do business and excel at what you do best. Just like us. WE WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM! Willteco takes care of the complete technical support; from regular maintenance through the supply of machine parts to technical solutions. In our well-equipped workshop we carry out overhauls and machining on a wide range of technical equipment. Our team of specialists is always ready to carry out technical maintenance and to provide innovative solutions. It goes without saying that our company is SCC** certified and our staff works by those guidelines. We can now also offer our services throughout Asia. Willtech operates from Singapore and will carry out our services with the same level of expertise that our customers are used to. Through our excellence in technical support our company grew into an organisation that works round the clock on design, production, engineering and installation of technically durable solutions. Our specialists can be on the spot within 24 hours, to put innovative solutions into practice with their decisive actions. We are in the right place for all your technical and mechanical problems. Of course, during all our activities we adhere to all the regulations and repair your equipment according to API specifications or according to DNV, ABS, or Lloyds regulations.
What can we offer you? – Perfect quality and our guarantee. – Quick delivery from stock. – Anchors and chain cables with all class certificates. – Hot dip galvanized and stainless steel yacht anchors & chain cables. Furthermore, we supply the famous Flipper Delta© anchors, which are widely used in the offshore market. Fitting We have a professional team that can do the testing, overhauling and replacement of all your mooring equipment during your vessel’s voyage in Europe. Anchors and chain cables can be fitted aboard at different locations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our efficient way of working guarantees that each and every job will be done in the quickest and most economical way! Superyachts We also supply to yacht builders all over the world. In cooperation with them we have improved the quality of our products. Our super mirror polished stainless steel and also our hot dip galvanized anchors and chain cables can be found on board of many yachts. Your yacht will absolutely look beautiful!
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Pres. Rooseveltlaan 737/739 4383 NG Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 473 398 F +31 (0)118 461 150 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ynfpublishers.com Contact: Mr Marco Geels
Yellow & Finch Publishers is a dedicated publishing house, specialised in maritime technology. Spearheaded by its two founders, the publishing house consists of an expert team of maritime editors and supporting staff, all of them with vast and operational experience in the maritime industry. The company is one of the leading publishing houses in the Netherlands, specialised in maritime trade journals covering a number of expert fields in the international maritime industry: – ShipBuilding Industry – SuperYacht Industry – Offshore Industry – Ports & Shipping Industry
Have your company listed in Yellow & Finch pages and get in touch with the best in quality and quantity of readers.
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The versatile portfolio of dedicated trade journals is complemented by a successful annual yearbook – the Maritime Services Directory. The Maritime Services Directory is recognised as the key reference source for the maritime industry. Moreover, the publishing house has available a dedicated ‘Publishing & Promotions Services’, including: – Print production – Advertising Design – PR, Marketing & Communications – Media Planning – Corporate Magazines – Newsletters – Brochures – Graphic Design – Printing on Demand – Copywriting Yellow & Finch Publishers – Quality is not a coincidence!
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COMPANY PROFILES PROFILES COMPANY
ZF MARINE KRIMPEN B.V. Zaag 27, P.O. Box 2020 2930 AA Krimpen a/d Lek The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 331 000 F +31 (0)180 331 099 I www.zf.com/marine
ZF Friedrichshafen AG ZF is a global leader in Driveline and Chassis Technology with 121 production companies in 26 countries. In 2012, the group achieved revenues of about EUR 17.4 billion with approximately 75,000 employees. In order to continue to be successful with innovative products, ZF annually invests about five percent of its sales (2012: EUR 861 million) in research and development. ZF is among the top ten companies on the ranking list of the largest automotive suppliers worldwide.
ZF’s business unit “Marine Propulsion Systems” is a leading supplier in the marine market. Coordinated through its headquarters at the location ZF Padova, Italy, ZF Marine is worldwide present with facilities located in Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, USA, Brazil, Singapore, and Taiwan with 1,300 employees and sales of 265 million Euro in 2012. ZF Marine supplies propulsion systems and components for all types of vessels -motor yachts, sail boats, patrol boats, defense craft, ferries, supply vessels, tugs, tankers, container ships in a power range from 10 to 14,000 kW- to customers including major shipyards and engine manufacturers worldwide. The product portfolio holds a comprehensive range of transmissions (reversing, non-reversing and hybrid), propellers, POD-drive systems, steering systems and CANbus-compatible electronic control systems, azimuth thrusters, tunnel thrusters and sail drives.
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FACES OF INDUSTRY – WHO’S WHO
Faces of Industry Who’s Who in the Maritime Industry
Our photographers and editors demonstrate great technical abilities recording the many difficult and challenging aspects of the maritime industry. But perhaps their greatest skill is the ability to demonstrate their artistic flair to portray workers, machinery, factories, shipyards and the many faces of industry in a visually exciting and dramatic way. At Yellow & Finch Publishers it is a firm believe that making top-of-the-line business-to-business publications is only feasible in close cooperation with the (captains of) the industry itself. As we strive to get as close to the principle sources of information as possible, we are keen on meeting these players in person, face-to-face. The following pages provide an eclectic list of ‘Faces of Industry’ for the major part taken by our own editors and photographers while working in the field – a Who’s Who gallery of photographs of a wide variety of noteworthy and influential people in all walks of the maritime industry. Pleased to meet you!
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Managing Director Deno Compressors
B usiness M anager C ommercial M arine DSM D y n e e m a
Managing Director Subsea Solutions Alliance
Director CF Techniek
CEO REM O ff s h o r e
Albert Jr. Hakvoort
Director Oyster Marine Ltd.
Director H a k v o o r t S h i py a r d
Marketing & Contracting Manager S.C. Avemar S.R.L
CEO R o ya l H u i s m a n
Andre te Paske
Senior Sales Engineer A l f a L a v a l A a l b o r g BV
Managing Director C o r r o s i o n & W at e r c o n t r o l
Managing Partner Yellow & Finch Publishers
Junior Editor Yellow & Finch Publishers
Project Manager H e e r e m a F a b r i c at i o n G r o u p
B u s i n e ss D e v e l o pm e n t M a n a g e r Bakker Sliedrecht Elektrotechniek
Managing Director IH C O ff s h o r e & M a r i n e
CEO O ff s h o r e S i m u l a t o r C e n t r e
S e g m e n t D i r e c t o r S p e c i a l S h i ps D e t N o r s k e V e r i ta s
Managing Director Imtech Marine Germany
Marketing IH C H y d r o h a m m e r
Technical Director Sandfirden Technics
Director Groot Ship Design
Vice Chief Executive C o r r o s i o n & W at e r c o n t r o l
S a l e s R e p r e s e n tat i v e Bosch Engineering
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Bas T. Noorland
Bert van Voorst
Project Director IHC D r e d g e r s
Technical Director C-Job
CEO AP M T e r m i n a l s E u r o p e
Managing Director IHC B e a v e r D r e d g e r s BV
CEO Schipperij Services
Betrand Faure Beaulieu
Director Sarment Wine
Project Manager H e e r e m a F a b r i c at i o n G r o u p
COO IHC M e r w e d e
D i r e c t o r & S e n i o r C o n s u lta n t I n n o va a r t
Cees van Dijk
Charles van den Oosterkamp
Charlotte van de Kerk
Managing Director Double D Marine Equipment
CEO Yellow & Finch Publishers
P r i n c i p l e C o n s u lta n t T h e O ff s h o r e P a r t n e r s
Account Manager Holugt Sauer
Christina Dupré Roos
Corrie van Kessel
Partner & PR Manager Blue-C
Director S e r d i j n S h i p r e pa i r
Director CA D M a t c h
Marketing Manager Sea Trucks Netherlands
Former Editor Yellow & Finch Publishers
Managing Director B a l k S h i p ya r d
Freelance Maritime Photographer
Sales Manager D o e d i j n s H yd r a u l i c s BV
CEO Oyster Marine Ltd.
Technology F a b r i c at i o n G r o u p
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Dennis Vinkoert Managing Partner Yellow & Finch Publishers
Dick Alewijnse Alewijnse
CEO Marine Systems
Managing Director M AN B e n e l u x
CEO IHC Merwede
President Bella Decoration / Donald Starkey Designs
Edward van Herpen
Marketing & PR Manager HISWA H o l l a n d Y a c h t i n g G r o u p
Managing Director Cosco Netherlands
Vice President Marketing Dometic
Assistent Managing Director Technisch Bureau Uittenbogaart
C o mm e r c i a l D i r e c t o r Europe Steel Center
Emile van der Starre
Engel-Jan de Boer
Managing Director Refit Amels
Sales Manager M AN B e n e l u x
Managing Director Holland Marine Lifts
Service Delivery Manager L l o yd ’ s R e g i s t e r E M EA
Sales Manager SAS O ff s h o r e
Erik van Krugten
C o mm e r c i e e l D i r e c t o r R o m e t a l B . V.
Director Nicoverken Marine Services
M a r k e t D e v e l o pm e n t D a s s a u lt S y s t è m e s
Managing Director Omega Architects
Fer van der Laar
Managing Director E s p e n Ø i n o I n t e r n at i o n a l
CEO W o r l d P o r t C l i m at e I n i t i at i v e
Fred van Beers
Executive Management MediaMixx GmbH
Vice President Wärtsilä
Sales Engineer S M ST D e s i g n e r s & C o n s t r u c t o r s
COO Craft Inc.
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Gemma Gonzalez Ferrer
District Manager D e t N o r s k e V e r i ta s
Managing Director Technisch Bureau Uittenbogaart
Managing Director I n P o w e r AS
Yachting Concept Director Jotun Ibèrica, S.A.
Director N e d M a r i n e S e r v i c e s BV
Gerard van der Aast
Gerard van Zeijl
Gerhard König (Dr.)
Naval Architect Gerard Dijkstra & Partners
Chairman Wingas GmbH & Co
CFO M CB I n t e r n a t i o n a l
Gert Jan van den Nieuwenhoff
Gert Jan van Utrecht
Gert van den Hof
Guus van der Bles
General Manager Ahoy
Director R o m e t a l BV
General Manager H e a t m a s t e r BV
Managing Director Technology C o n o s h i p I n t e r n a t i o n a l BV
P r i n c i pa l s u r v e y o r D NV
Director M a r i n e S e r v i c e s AS
C at s
Owner Grafische Vormgeving
General Manager C ircuit B reaker S ervices BV
Hans van de Zande
General Manager T h r u s t m a s t e r E u r o p e BV
Managing Director Nami Constructions
Managing Director Keppel Verolme
Hege Anita Akselvoll
Managing Director I s l a n d O ff s h o r e
v i c e p r e s i d e n t c o mm u n i c a t i o n
Director Tamsen Yachts
Managing Director M TC H a m b u r g
Director P iet B rouwer elektrotechniek BV
VAR D C o m p a n i e s
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Henk van der Reijden
Surveyor BosBoon Expertise
B u s i n e s s D e v e l o pm e n t D e t N o r s k e V e r i ta s
E V P, CFO Dynea
Managing Partner B l o h m + V o s s R e pa i r
d a h m i n t e r n at i o n a l
E s c o A a n d r i j v i n g e n BV
Account Manager Yellow & Finch Publishers
Managing Director F ly i n g F o c u s
General Manager D BR G e n e r a t o r s e t s
Ingo Klaus Wamser
Iris den Boer
Product Director High Speed Craft D a m e n S h i p ya r d s G r o u p
A f l o at
Director S h i p r e pa i r R o t t e r d a m
Sales Manager Nicoverken Marine Services
I . P. H u s e
CEO AS S t e i n s h a m n
Lawyer Legal Services
Jacco Van der Stelt
C o mm e r c i a l M a n a g e r Alewijnse
General Sales Manager Nicoverken Marine Services
T e c h n o l o g i e s & I n n o vat i o n s CF Techniek
Freelance Maritime Journalist
Senior Vice President VAR D
Jan Henrik Hübner
Sales Manager I n n o v a t i v e I n p u t BV
H e a d o f S t r at e g y P r a c t i c e G e r m a n i s c h e L l o yd
Chairman & General Director F M E - CW M
Regional Manager Europe Cable Division T e c h n i p O ff s h o r e W i n d CEO
Managing Director Yachtglass
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Jan van der Tempel
Jan Willem Cuperus
Jan Willem van Bloois
Managing Director IHC M a r i n e a n d M i m e r a l P r o j e c t s
P R & M a r k e t i n g C o n s u lta n t I n t . Yachting Industry
Sales & Project Manager Groot Ship Design
Jean Paul Minczeles
Jeanny De Leeuw-Hulsman
B u s i n e s s D e v e l o pm e n t O ff s h o r e S o l u t i o n s
Managing Director O p t i - L i g h t I n t e r n at i o n a l
C o mm u n i c a t i o n s M a n a g e r H e e r e m a F a b r i c at i o n G r o u p
CEO Icon Yachts
Sales & Marketing Alewijnse Retec
Jeroen van Krugten
Managing Partner Konig & Cie
Head Production IHC B e a v e r D r e d g e r s BV
R e pa i r M a n a g e r Nicoverken Marine Services
C o mm e r c i a l D i r e c t o r C-Job
Managing Editor Yellow & Finch Publishers
Joop J. Bartels
Director F r i v e r I n d u s t r i e s BV
Managing Director Bartels International Shipping Company BV
Managing Director IHC M e r w e d e d i v i s i o n Technology & Services
Josso van Boxtel
Partner O ff s h o r e P a r t n e r s
Interior Designer Tamsen Yachts
B u s i n e s s D e v e l o pm e n t Cobham
General Manager PTR H o l l a n d
Director F r i v e r I n d u s t r i e s BV
Managing Director IHC D r i v e s & A u t o m a t i o n
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Karst van der Wiel
CEO F a r s ta d S h i p p i n g
M a n a g i n g D i r e c t o r / CEO SAL H e a v y L i f t
Managing Director Concordia Group
Managing Director U l s t e i n V e r f t AS
Kees Jan van der Velde
Director Engineering SAL H e a v y L i f t
Managing Director Mechelen Lifting Gear
Kirsten Bank Christensen
Managing Director GEA W e s t f a l i a S e p a r a t o r NL
C o r p o r a t e D i r e c t o r HSE Q D i v . SAL H e a v y L i f t
Sales & Marketing Director S c a n a V o l d a AS
Koen van Bezu
P r i n c i pa l C o n s u lta n t D e t N o r s k e V e r i ta s
Sales & Marketing Manager S h i p r e pa i r Y a r d R e i m e r s w a a l
President & Chairman D a m e n S h i p ya r d s G r o u p
Sales Manager Bumaco
B u s i n e s s D e v e l o pm e n t M a n a g e r L l o yd ’ s R e g i s t e r E M EA
Lene Trude Solheim
Leo van Zon
Chairman of the Board Subsea 7
Sales & Marketing Yachtlite
PR Manager Ulstein Group
D i r e c t o r S a l e s I n l a n d W at e r way s Van der Velden Marine Systems
Senior Lecturer TU D e l f t
Lex van der Loo
Lois Jane Hall
Luciënne de Jong
Director of Sales M AN B & W D i e s e l AG
C o mm e r c i a l D i r e c t o r S a n df i r d e n T e c h n i c s
Project Manager D u b a i B o at S h o w
Director V i t t e r s S h i p ya r d
PR Officer Keppel Verolme
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Managing Director A l p h at r o n M a r i n e
C o mm e r c i a l D i r e c t o r Jack-Up Barge
Head of Sales M a n p o w e r S e r v i c e s V. s h i p s
Managing Partner Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
F o r m e r CEO Subsea 7
Director of Sales Lürssen
Michel J. Girhard
Marketing Manager Gima e.K.
Sales & Marketing Manager Lemans Nederland
H e a d A d m i n i s t r at i o n SC A v e m a r S r L
Marco Struik Struik
Managing Director & Hamerslag Yachtinteriors
Michael Sasse Head
P r e ss a n d P u b l i c R e l at i o n s Wingas GmbH & Co
Team Manager Ship Design Van Oord Dredging
Lawyer Legal Services
S e a w ay H e av y
CEO Lifting Engineering
Sales & Marketing Holugt Sauer
Project Manager I m t e c h A n a ly s e r S y s t e m s
Art Director Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
Managing Partner Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
Director Nick Jeffery - Yacht Publicity
Nico van Breemen
Managing Director B l o e m s m a va n B r e e m e n
Sales Coordinator & Marketing Manager Martrade S.r.L.
Per Egil Vedlog
CEO V alk C ontinental Y achts
Design Manager Ship Technology R olls R oyce
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Per Erik Dalen
Peter Den Breejen
Managing Director A lesund K unnskapspark
Managing Director C osco N etherlands
Director V u lk a n - DMR S r l
Managing Director L a g e n d i jk E q u i p m e n t
CEO Bonn & Mees
Peter van der Hoek Head
Pierre C. Sames
D i r e c t o r B u s i n e ss U n i t M a r i t i m e Econosto Nederland
CEO STC - K NRM
Y a r d D i r e c t o r B r at t va a g ST X N o r w a y O f f s h o r e AS
Senior Vice President Research & R u l e D e v e l o pm e n t Germanische Lloyd
Pieter ‘t Hart
Pieter van Oord
Pieter van Oossanen
Sales Manager CF T e c h n i e k
Managing Director Koers & Vaart
Managing Director I n n o v a t i v e I n p u t BV
CEO Van Oord Dredging & Marine Contractors
D e s i g n D e pa r t m e n t IHC Merwede
Director V a n O o s s a n e n & A s s o c i at e s
Pim de Lange
Area Director North Sea Stena Line
Trade Fair Manager Europort Ahoy
CEO C i r i s C a p i ta l
Rob van Akkeren
B u s i n e ss D e v e l o pm e n t M a n a g e r Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
President S e a s pa n S h i p M a n a g e m e n t
Managing Director Amels
Manager Office Benelux Bachmann Electronic Benelux
Group HR Manager Vroon Offshore
D a m e n S h i p ya r d s G r o u p
René van der Kloet V an
Owner K loet F oto & V ideo P roducties
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Managing Director Jack-Up barge
S a l e s S u pp o r t M a n a g e r Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
Director & General Manager Swire Oilfield Service
Director W a t e r W e i g h t s E u r o p e BV
M arketing & C ommunications M anager Sessa Marine SpA
Sraar van Rens
Managing Director Aandrijf Technisch Bureau
Managing Board S h i p o w n e r s A s s o c i at i o n
Vice President Marine A k e r O i l f i e l d S e r v i c e s AS
D e p u t y H e a d o f D e pa r t m e n t Project Management Germanische Lloyd
Senior Vice President MAN P r i m e s e r v
Managing Director Wingas GmbH & Co, Benelux
Ton van den Broek
Torbjørn V. Krogen
Maritime Editor Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
Managing Director Taleon
Managing Director C e b r u m AS
B u s i n e ss D e v e l o pm e n t M a n a g e r Y e ll o w & F i n c h P u b l i s h e r s
Managing Director E e r l a n d S h i p r e pa i r
Managing Director Dubbeldam Offshore
Director W i ll t e c o
Global Training & Service E n g i n e e r D e v e l o pm e n t R o ll s - R o y c e
Tuomas Seilo Director
C e n ta u r e a O y
Head Engineering S chelde N aval S hipbuilding
C o mm e r c i a l D i r e c t o r IHC Offshore & Marine
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William S. Smith III
Vice President Trinity Yachts LLC
Product Manager Holugt Sauer
Member Directors Board VE K A G r o u p
Managing Director H FG V l i s s i n g e n
Senior Project Manager D a m e n S h i p r e pa i r R o t t e r d a m
Project Manager IHC Dredgers
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North Sea Giant OCV of the Future
The North Sea Giant is an offshore construction vessel (OCV) designed for umbilical and mineral extraction related constructions in deep, open sea conditions. With a 161 m length over all, she is one of the largest OCVs in the world. She has a load carrying capacity of 12,460 t and can accommodate up to 120 crew members. The vessel is owned by North Sea Shipping, a Norwegian family-owned shipping company situated in Austevoll, on the west coast of Norway.
Multipurpose Mammoth Sawicon designed the North Sea Giant to carry out multipurpose construction projects and excavate minerals in open and deepwater sea conditions. However, the vessel can also conduct both subsea construction and well works, such as well intervention, module handling and coiled tubing intervention. Subsea construction activities include cable laying, pipe laying, dredging and ROV support and survey. Deep water drilling capacity depends on the BOP/ riser system. Classified by Det Norske Veritas, the North Sea Giant is a comfort class 3 and clean design multipurpose offshore vessel. The clean design notation aims to reduce and control operational emissions and discharges at sea.
Large & In Charge The North Sea Giant features an overall length of 160.90 m and a length between perpendiculars of 144.06 m. Her moulded beam is 30 m, the depth to main deck is 10.70 m and her maximum draft is 7.50 m. The vessel’s deadweight is 12,460 t. Gross and net tonnages are 18,151 and 5,514 t respectively. A striking feature in the vessel’s outline is her 23 m diameter helicopter landing platform on top of the bow section in front of the accommodation structure. It can accommodate a Sikorsky S-92 helicopter. The deckhouse carries a spacious beam-to-beam wheelhouse on the sixth deck of 500 m2. Situated aft of the deckhouse the vessel’s work deck area measures 2,950 m², including a 750m2 closed area. The work deck was strengthened to carry a maximum load capacity of 10t/m2. Supply facilities include ample
The North Sea Giant is a mighty presence in the offshore world. She measures a lengthy 161 m, has a 30m beam and her installed power generates more than 22 MW. Her advanced DP and high propulsion power earned her the title ‘Vessel of the Year 2012’ bunker tanks including a 2,000 m³ fuel oil tank and a 1,000 m³ potable water tank. Ballast water capacity is 8,000 m³. The vessel also features a square shape moon pool in the work deck measuring 7.2 x 7.2m, which is utilised for ROV operations.
More the Merrier A total of 120 people can be accommodated on board the vessel. Accommodation capacity can be upgraded to 199 people. The cabin combination comprises 58 single-berth cabins and 31 two-berth cabins. Onboard facilities of the vessel include two recreation rooms, a cinema hall, heli reception, online/offline room and conference room. There are eight offices, two ROV control rooms and two ROV garages. Entertaining systems onboard include SeaTel TV/radio systems and TV/radio/DVD systems fitted in all cabins and recreational rooms. Life-saving appliances include two 100-person life boats, six 20-person life rafts and two Noreq rescue boats. The spacious wheelhouse on top of the accommodation section features the vessel’s control systems and Westronic navigation and communications equipment. The navigation console sits forward and the operational and DP consoles aft, with the radio station and survey system fitted in a forward console.
Heave Compensated Crane The North Sea Giant features 50 and 400 t semi-active heave compensated MacGregor Hydramarine cranes. The latter is North Sea Shipping’s eighth crane from Cargotec. Deck machinery further includes two electrohydraulic capstans and two electro-hydraulic anchor/ mooring winches. To safeguard efficient operation, the vessel features an independent and reliable Framo anti-heeling pumping system with a capacity of 1,000 m3/h responding instantly to variations in load conditions. A passive stabilisation tank and an active anti-roll system give the vessel stability during periodic, wave-induced roll movements.
Power Position The North Sea Giant is the largest and most powerful vessel using five Voith Schneider Propellers (VSP) as main propulsion system. The vessel has high redundancy features based on a Low Loss Concept (LLC) diesel-electric system. Due to this novel propulsion plant, the vessel features a fast manoeuvring response and consumes less fuel compared to other vessels in her class. In high seas, the precise propeller control system allows the offshore construction vessel to be kept safely and accurately on position. This is ensured by the dynamic positioning system (class DP3), which uses the VSP thrust forces, as well as the Voith Roll Stabilisation (VRS). The propellers ensure active stabilising, that is precise control, a high degree of propulsion efficiency and low fuel consumption – even in adverse weather and current conditions. The robustness and reliability result in minimum downtimes and extremely low service costs.
i. www.northsea.no BUILDERS RMK Shipyard / Metalships & Docks OWNERS North Sea Shipping AS This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Vol. 6, Issue 6, 2012.
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Suppliers & Subcontractors GE Main engines | Leroy Main generators | Voith Schneider Main propulsion & forward thrusters | Kongsberg DP System | Detegasa Incinerator | Alfa Laval FW generator | W채rtsil채 Automation
Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Length b.p. Breadth Depth to main deck Draught max.
160.90 m 144.00 m 30.00 m 10.70 m 7.50 m
Tonnages Deadweight Gross tonnage Deck load
12,460 t 23,014 t 8,800 t
Performance Speed Bollard pull
15 knots 200 t
Deck Capacities Main deck open area Main deck closed area Main deck strength
2,900 m2 750 m2 10 t/m2
Tank Capacities Fuel oil Potable water Ballast water Installed Power Main engines Main generators Emergency engine Main propulsion thrusters Tunnel thruster Total power
2,000 m3 1,000 m3 8,000 m3
6 x 3,500 kW 6 x 3,500 kW 600 kW 3 x 3,800 kW 1 x 2,000 kW 20,580 kW
Classification Class notation: DnV +1A1, HELDK, DYNPOS-AUTRO, EO, DK(+), COMG-(V3), NAUT-OSV, CLEAN DESIGN
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Roadstead Wrangler Dutch design and engineering consultants Conoship International developed the new hull considering the seakeeping, manoeuvrability, speed and powering requirements. They completed the GA plan in close collaboration with Barkmeijer Shipyards. In addition, Conoship International took care of all stability calculations, which in this case were not only driven by the stability regulations, but also by the seakeeping requirements. The design had to meet two different sets of damage stability requirements: probabilistic damage stability calculations as required by the Special Purpose Ship Code; and deterministic damage stability calculations as required by the Bureau Veritas SDS notation.
On 10 October 2012 Her Majesty 1,140 kW of power, these generators supply Polaris’s own board network as well as propelling her at close Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands to 10 knots. The diesel-electric propulsion reduces fuel consumption by 30 to 40 percent, which also christened the new Dutch pilot means lower emissions and more than compensates station vessel Polaris in Rotterdam. for concessions in hull design for seakeeping. The D&A Eprop system also lowers the amount of fuel required The 82m vessel is the first in a even more thanks to the high thrust/power ratio. series of three new builds that will replace Loodswezen’s 35-year-old Kick Down Full installed power is only used when operations existing fleet, now at the end of their or safety make this necessary. For emergency and evasive manoeuvres, the D&A DPMS activates the kick technical lifespan. 1,700kW electric motors drive two fixed-pitch propellers. The propulsion motors’ frequency drives operate with the D&A Eprop system – delivering performance comparable to a controllable-pitch propeller but with fixed-pitch efficiency. D&A electric developed this technology, in which the controls in the wheelhouse adjust the required power, instead of the more common adjustment of rpm.
down function to reach maximum propulsion power within 24 seconds. She can accelerate from zero to six knots in one minute. When the wheelhouse crew push the control lever to maximum, all available switchedoff generators will start and connect to the network as fast as possible. During tests, the difference between normal acceleration with full power available and a break-out from two generators with kick down was only 20 to 30 seconds. The delay reflects the time taken to start the engines and load the generators according to the allowed power-time curve.
Six four-stroke, six-cylinder inline diesel sets generate the required 5,112 kW of power – split between four Caterpillar C32 994 kW engines and two Caterpillar C18 601 kW engines. Bijlsma Wartena built the engine room section with two separated, watertight compartments. Each engine room is constructed with bottom plating, with heavy seatings for the main generator sets in order to create a stiff and strong unit. Each generator control is equipped with its own distributed power management system (D&A DPMS) from D&A electric. The D&A DPMS has completely standalone function, so the last one standing is active regardless of the status of the other generators. As long as there are at least two generators on line, the system is fully redundant. In a normal day’s work, Polaris will only need the two smallest generators connected. Producing
Alphatron Marine designed and installed the full electronics package on board the Polaris, including the navigation, external and internal communication, observation CCTV, IT, VSat, Ip streaming entertainment as well as the fully integrated window wiper control system for the extra large window setting. The wheelhouse as well as the pilot workstations apply the Alphabridge design concept.
Focus on Seakeeping Polaris has unique hull lines, characterised by a slim and stretched foreship with limited flair, and a slim aftship with a small stern. With the design focus firmly on seakeeping, this well-balanced hull reduces pitch movements, roll movements in following seas and, as much as possible, the slamming in both foreship and aftship. Despite the chosen hull form and bilge keels, additional roll reduction was necessary, in the form of a Rolls-Royce Intering U-shaped anti-roll tank. For the SWATH landing zone, the designers paid special attention to plate thickness and construction at the fore and aft ship in order to prevent the ‘hungry horse’ deformation effect due to sea impact. As well as seakeeping hull lines, Loodswezen’s new vessels had to meet tough propulsion demands. If a problem occurs in Polaris’ onboard power generation and propulsion, the effect should not impair the pilots’ work, jeopardise their safety or the safety of tender crews, or lead to delays in port operations. The required high redundancy lead to a combination of DP2 and high speed passenger craft specifications.
Propulsion Concept Dutch electric drive specialist D&A electric customised their propulsion concept for Polaris and her sisters based on the D&A Eprop standardised propulsion and power management system. Polaris’ two main
BUILDER OWNER YARD NUMBER
Barkmeijer Shipyards Nederlands Loodswezen (Dutch Pilots Organisation) BN324
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Vol. 6, Issue 6, 2012.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Length between perpendiculars Breadth moulded Draught design Draught scantling Tank capacity fuel Gross Tonnage Maximum speed
Suppliers & Subcontractors 81.20 m 74.80 m 13.30 m 4.80 m 5.20 m 262 m3 2,501 t 16 knots
Power & Propulsion Total installed power 5,112 kW Main diesel generators 4 x 940 kW @ 1,800 rpm 2 x 580 kW Caterpillar C 18 @ 1,800 rpm Emergency diesel generator 1 x 192 kW@1,500 rpm Propulsion ABB 1,700 kW@1,500 rpm Bow thrusters 2 x 350 kW Verhaar Omega FPP Propellers Wärtsilä FPP, Ø 2,400 mm in nozzles Accommodation Total crew and guests 45 persons Pilots 18 Officers 6 Crew 17, including 6 x SWATH crew & 4 x engineering/maintenance crew
Alewijnse Marine Nijmegen Electrical installation | AllOnScale Scale model | Alphatron Marine Navigation and communication equipment, Autopilot and steering system, Custom wheelhouse consoles, Internal communication equipment, Satellite television and entertainment system, CCTV monitoring and recording system, VSAT communication IT equipment, Window wipers with touch screen control | Het Anker Windows | AON Insurance | Argos Engineering Engineering | Bakker Professional Cool and freeze store | Balink Glas & Aluminium Re Inforced glass | Barteling Buizen Welded steel tubes | Benes Machinefabriek Rudder trunks, Rudders | Bijlsma Wartena Section, Construction engine room | Bolidt Floor bridge | Bureau Veritas Classification | C-Nautical Anchor winches, Mooring winches, Anchors, Chains | Cenes Scheepsbetimmeringen Carpentry, Paneling, Installation, Flooring | Centraalstaal Steel building package | Conoship International Ship design and calculations, Seakeeping, Review regulations | Corrosion & Water-Contol Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP), Antifouling system, Scacrifical anodes | D&A Electric Power management system and E-drives | Datema Nautical Safety Life saving equipment, Personal fire fighting equipment, Fire fighting equipment, Medicine chest, Stretchers, Life rafts, Nautical inventory, Compass adjustment | Econosto Nederland Butterfly valves | Flevo Rubber Extrusion Gaskets for hatches | Friesland Staal Steel profiles | Groot Ship Design Construction drawings | Hamos Holland Brackets for hood | Hazal Pijpbeugels Various brackets | Icon Yachts Outfitting location | Integron Hydraulic piping | Intersona Noise & vibration advice/control | JB Isolatie Insulation | Kostabo Ship Service Firefighting equipment | Kroon, Technische Groothandel Interior hardware: locks, fittings, hinges | Lametco Preservation works, Conservation, Painting | Metaalketen Hengelo Stainless steel | MX Brandbeveiliging Fixed fire-extinguishing systems | Nedcoat Group Galvanising | NewTex Sliding doors bridge | Novatec Staircases, Gratings | ODS Piping and flanges | Pon Power Caterpillar generator set | Pronomar Pronomar-Top Trock® drying systems | Recoma Technische Installaties Sanitary installation, Air-condition and ventilation | Reesink Staal Steel pipes and tubes | Reintjes Benelux Reduction gearboxes and couplings | Rolls-Royce Marine Benelux Steering gears anti roll tank (ART) system | SAS Tech Hull design | Savas Quality Seating Chairs and seats | Schutte Metaal Manhole reinforments / hatch rings | Seaparts Anchors and chains | SGS Inspection and testing of welding | Spraybest Europe Mist illuminators/grating | Theunissen Technical Trading Eltek fire detection | Trinoxx Elevator | Uittenbogaart, Technisch Bureau Sewage treatment plant | Umoe Schat-Harding Davits and MOB | Verhaar Omega Omega bow thrusters | Virtek Modeling and rendering | Vis Furniture | Vripack Interior drawings | Wagenborg, Koninklijke Transport hoisting of block sections | Walinga Rigging | Wärtsilä Nederland Shaftlines, Nozzles, Propellers | Welsec Housing painting | Winel Weathertight and watertight doors | Winteb Seawater resistant aluminum air pipe heads | Wolfard & Wessels Werktuigbouw Engine room design & installation
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Noble Globetrotter II Productivity with No Compromise Uncompromising Focus The drillship and her sister Noble Globetrotter I are Huisman’s first fully designed and engineered new build drill ships. Constructed partly in China and partly in the Netherlands, the HuisDrill 12000 design differentiates with its uncompromising focus on the central feature – Huisman’s Dual Multi Purpose Tower (DMPT). The compact substructure with hoistable drill floor replaces much higher conventional derricks. The rest of Huisman’s design follows suit, resulting in a ship 50 percent smaller than conventional drillships, but with the same capacity and increased productivity.
Non-Traditional Tower Huisman’s DMPT featured on the Globetrotter vessels is the latest incarnation of the MPT concept the firm introduced in the late nineties. The MPT allows for new improved handling procedures that increase efficiency and safety. It uses a compact, vertical box structure instead of the traditional lattice structure typically applied for derricks. The MPT provides both the main load-carrying element and an enclosed environment for the mounting of all major equipment. Since first installed on Helix’s well intervention semi-submersible Q4000, the MPT has evolved through several stages. More than ten years in operation, it is now proven technology – including installations on two other Noble drillships operating for Shell. Huisman’s new DMPT has two independent hoist sides; the main hoist side above the drill floor and the construction hoist side above the construction floor. With the two hoists, many of the drilling activities can be performed simultaneously. The main hoist provides direct access to the drill floor. The construction side is used for BOP handling, stand building, subsea tree handling and running of risers.
The Delineating Difference The single integrated DMPT houses all equipment and greatly simplifies the interface with the vessel. Huisman’s design clearly delineates between the drilling package and the rest of the ship. While
Huisman firmly put its stamp on the booming drillship market with the delivery of the Noble Globetrotter II in April 2013. Huisman’s Dutch facility built the drilling package, the drillship’s hull was built by STX Offshore & Shipbuilding in Dalian, China. The vessel then sailed under its own power to Huisman’s premises in the Netherlands. In combination with the Huisman substructure – accommodating the complete drill floor, control cabin, drilling gear etc. – the DMPT was fully tested and commissioned on Huisman’s quayside. Huisman then installed the tower and substructure with one single lift onto the vessel, significantly reducing the vessel’s quayside stay.
Integrated Vessel With decades of experience in drilling and handling equipment, Huisman’s naval architects bring a unique perspective to ship design. Huisdrill 12000 fully integrated the DMPT principal throughout the ship, optimising every available space on board the vessel for efficiency and productivity. With no lattice-type derrick around the hoists, there is no V-door limitation. A hoistable floor on the construction side allows operators to skid large objects (such as the BOP or subsea tree) directly to the well centres and in the moon pool area. A skid cart moves the objects along the moon pool under the substructure. Then, the construction floor can be lowered to its original elevation, eliminating the need for a high substructure. The combination of a lower drill floor, a closed drilling tower and the high exhaust position makes it possible to position the engine rooms under the accommodation block on the forward side of the tower. This in turn frees up space for storing risers below deck aft, where a conventional drillship’s engine room would be. This leaves more than 4,200m2 flat deck. A
gantry crane completely covers the aft deck and the construction centre aft of the DMPT.
Less Costs, More Flexibility At 189m length o.a. and 32m width, and a displacement of 54,000 t, the vessel is nearly half the size of conventional drillships with similar capacity. The CAPEX is lower for this smaller vessel design, as is the OPEX due to fuel savings as a result of the smaller wind area and lower hull drag. The drillship has excellent stability thanks to the low centre of gravity resulting from lowering the drillfloor, MPT, and having the risers inside the vessel instead of on deck. The smaller vessel size does not result in reduced operability regarding wave height or weather conditions. Another advantage of the smaller vessel is that it is Panamax size. This allows the vessel to pass through the Panama Canal and fit in smaller, more standard dry-docks. For passing under bridges, the crew can remove the DMPT tower head section to reduce the vessel air draught to 58 m from the water line. The vessel has six identical thrusters: three units above the base line on the stern and three retractable units on the bow. This provides a shallow draught for entering ports. Although the two vessels for Noble are Huisman’s first complete drill vessel design deliveries, the company’s naval architects have more than 15 years experience. The team integrates Huisman’s drilling equipment, offshore mast cranes (up to swl 5,000t) and pipelay handling systems with in-house developed vessel designs. With this new step, Huisman has made its mark on the market for complex offshore ship designs.
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in Offshore Industry, Volume 6, Issue 3, 2013.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Displacement Length Beam Available deck area
54,000 t 189.00 m 32.20 m 4,000 m2
Dynamic positioning DP3 Generators 8 x 4.7 MW (in four separate engine rooms) Thrusters 3 x 3.7 MW aft & 3 x 3.7 MW forward, retractable Service speed 11 kts (with 3 aft thrusters only) Accommodation Dual Multi Purpose Tower Maximum water depth Maximum drilling depth Variable deck load
180 persons 2 x 2,400,000 lbs 3,048 m 12,000 m 20,000 t
Maximum setback load 2,100,000 lbs, 135ft stands Construction floor hoistable Drill floor height 5 m above main deck Riser tensioner system capacity 3,600,000 lbs
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Ambiorix Gallic Power
The new rock cutter suction dredger (CSD) Ambiorix has better performance in swell than similar existing vessels. The vessel features a very high level of shipboard automation, a large pumping and power capacity and extremely environmentally friendly operation. The dredger is suitable for heavy soil and hard rock operations. She can dredge in water depths up to 35 m. She has two inboard dredge pumps and one submerged dredge pump fitted on the cutter ladder. Dredged material can be pumped ashore through a 1,000 mm diameter discharge pipe. The vessel is also equipped with a modern system to load barges moored alongside the dredger. The flexible spud carrier includes a spud force limiting system that enables dredging during challenging weather conditions. The dredging process is entirely touch-screen operated. Furthermore, the dredger’s remote-view system enables a permanent real time view of the dredging processes at DEME’s head office in Zwijndrecht, Belgium.
In May 2012 Belgium-based DEME named one of the most powerful and advanced cutter suction dredgers in the world at the port of Rotterdam. IHC Merwede built the jumbo vessel at its shipyard in Hardinxveld-Giessendam, the Netherlands. control and gear selection. Each pump can function in different combinations. Ambiorix’s pump capacity amounts to 15.4 MW, resulting in considerable total installed power and large dredging lines with an internal diameter of 1,000 mm.
Compact but Powerful
The self-propelled dredger features two 3,700kW propellers providing a free sailing speed of 12.5 knots. The dredger’s impressive dimensions require large components and powerhouses, as well as considerable flexibility and numerous auxiliary systems. But the new jumbo CSD is relatively compact for her performance and functionality. The dredger’s versatility allows her to carry out a wide variety of dredging operations, thus ensuring maximum use in the future. For example, she can discharge at a distance of 5,000 to 10,000 m, and she can work in ambient temperatures between -10 and +40°C. Flexibility is also created by high autonomy levels and self-propulsion. This high degree of selfsupport minimises the vessel’s dependency on local facilities. The wide range of shore pipeline lengths demands flexible pump characteristics. The pumping range can vary from a few metres (barge loading) to more than 10 kilometres. To be this flexible, Ambiorix has three powerful dredging pumps. Each pump has a variable drive, either by means of a VFD like the underwater pump, or by a combination of diesel engine speed
Ambiorix can dredge over depths between approximately 6 and 35 m. To achieve this wide operating range, Ambiorix has a low and a high trunnion point for her cutter ladder, and a wide cutter ladder angle for maximum depth. As trim conditions are very important in minimum dredging depth and minimum draught, the centre of gravity was determined very precisely at an early design stage. Compared with hopper dredgers – where weight is generally about one third of the total dredging displacement – the weight of jumbo CSDs can be as much as 90 percent of the displacement at minimum dredging draught. So the impact of any inaccuracy is significant. At the same time, the required maximum dredging depth affects the spud. Ambiorix has a long spud, which results in a high spud moment. This determines the strength required for the spud, the carriage and other related constructions and equipment.
Sturdy Drive Train The main part of the cutter drive is a cutter gearbox with an integrated thrust bearing, which has a total
weight of 145,000 kg and can transmit up to 6,000 kW at 30 rpm. Two frequency-controlled electric motors – each with 3,000 kW at 1200 rpm – drive the three-step cutter gearbox via a Desch Planox/Jaure Lamidisk friction coupling combination. The output shaft is carried in plain bearings. The vessel’s submerged dredge pump is driven by a frequency controlled electric motor of 3,400 kW at 1,200 rpm, a dredge pump gearbox with a 6.5:1 ratio and a special gear coupling for underwater operation. To work in line with the submerged dredge pump, the vessel has two inboard dredge pumps driven by Wärtsilä diesel engines of 6,000 kW at 775 rpm each. For propulsion, the vessel has two diesel engine drives of 3,700 kW each and Lips controllable pitch propellers. To supply all electric drives, the vessel is equipped with two 6,000 kW generator drives.
Full-Buffered Spud Carriage Built to a new design, the spud carriage has a buffer system that enables dredging for a longer period under harsh weather conditions. Compared to earlier DEME CSDs, Ambiorix has larger main dimensions to improve dredging performance in swell. The spud was also enlarged and significantly strengthened. However, the most remarkable feature is the spud carriage installation. In swell, the pontoon can generate considerable forces on the spud, via the spud carriage. These forces decrease when the link between pontoon and spud is more or less flexible. On board Ambiorix, a full-buffered spud carriage has been fitted. The stiffness of the longitudinal buffering, achieved by wires and hydraulic cylinders, is variable. As a result, Ambiorix can tune the flexibility of her anchoring system according to sea and weather conditions.
IHC Holland Dredgers BV DEME Group
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Vol. 6, Issue 4, 2012.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Length b.p. Breadth o.a. Depth mld. Draught max. Sailing speed max. Dredging Capacity Dredging depth max. Dredging depth min. Suction pipe diameter Discharge pipe max. Installed Power Cutter Ladder pump Discharge pumps Total installed power Crew complement
Suppliers & Subcontractors 123.80 m 104.40m 25.20 m 8.20 m 6.15 m 12.50 knots
35.00 m 6.00 m 1,000 mm 1,000 m
Alphatron Marine Complete navigation and communication package | Alfa laval LO separator units | Bouter Galley and laundry | Brusselle Hydraulic anchor hoisting winches and hydraulic capstan | Cofely Detailed engineering, Procurement, Installation, Testing and commissioning | Hatenboer Water BV HWS water softener | Heinen en Hopman Engineering BV Heating ventilation airconditioning | HS-Cooler GmbH Heat exchangers | IHC Submerged dredge pump | IHC Dredgers BV HFO booster unit | IHC Merwede Construction | Jahnel-Kestermann Getrieberwerke GmbH Gearbox for cutterdriver and gearbox for submerged dredgepump | Konutherm BV Complete thermal oil system, Including high efficient economizers | Liebherr Cranes | Loher AC motor submerged dredge pump | Mar-in Controls HFO booster unit | Nijhuis Glandpumps, Flushing pumps and jetwaterpump | Siemens Cutter motor, Power generation, Distribution systems and electrical engineering components for the main dredging equipment | TeamTec Sludge tank | Theunissen Technical Trading BV Vingtor marine telephone system, PA/GA system, Wireless telephone system, Pesch Seematz searchlights, Window wipers, Glamox Aqua Signal lighting, MCT Brattberg cable transit systems | Van Leusden Hoist trolley units | Vosta LMG Multipurpose cutter | Wartsila Dredge pump diesel engine | Winel Electric watertight sea terraces sliding doors, Fresh water tank | ZF Krimpen Bowthruster
6,000 kW 3,400 kW 2 x 6,000 kW 28,200 kW 43 persons
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DCI Dredge XIX Complex Insides
IHC Dredgers named and launched DCI Dredge XIX in a ceremony on 2 April 2012. Mrs Sunitha Vasan, the spouse of the Indian Government’s honourable Minister for Shipping G.K. Vasan, performed the ceremony in the presence of the Minister himself, the Secretary of Shipping and the Indian Ambassador for the Netherlands, Mrs Bhaswati Mukherjee. DCI’s top management also attended the launch.
River Queen DCI will deploy DCI Dredge XIX, amongst other duties, for the maintenance dredging project on the Hooghly River, a tributary of the Ganges River in West Bengal. The vessel is specially designed for this task, taking into account the Hooghly River’s soil properties, strong current and shallow depth. She has a large amount of installed power to handle the strong prevailing currents of the river. The propulsion power plant consists of two 4,100 kW main engines, operating on both MFO and HFO. The engine room is fitted with standard, easy to procure parts. Although she has a classic propulsion arrangement, DCI Dredge XIX applies all the modern efficiency technology standard on today’s IHC Dredgers new builds. From waste heat recovery to propulsion efficiency monitoring and optimising engine performance, the dredger already consumes considerably less power than her ancestors in DCI’s fleet. The vessel features a striking hull shape – adapted to reducing resistance and improving handling in high currents. She has a relatively shallow draught, a relatively wide beam and relatively high propulsion power. A lot of research went into the hull form design. IHC Dredgers invested significant resource in engineering the hull with the aid of computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The design of the suction pipes was also adapted to the working conditions in strong currents.
Versatile Deployment During the next 25-30 years, the DCI Dredge XIX can expect many more assignments than the Hooghly River. IHC Dredgers produced a very versatile vessel
DCI Dredge XIX packs a complex punch. The highly automated trailing suction hopper dredger is expected to open up the future of Indian shipping. by including a complex assortment of equipment: a 5,500m3 hopper featuring two rows of nine 3.20m diameter bottom doors (cone valves) and high pressure dilution jets, two 700mm suction tubes (one on each side and fitted with an IHC draghead), the ability to supply/discharge to the shore as well as carry out stationary dredging. The delivery includes 300m floating pipeline for discharge to shore consisting of 25 x 12m floating hoses. DCI Dredge XIX utilises two large and powerful deck cranes for maintenance work. One smaller deck crane fitted forward will handle provisions. The power plant consists of two medium-speed MAN main engines, each driving a controllable pitch propeller through a propulsion gearbox with built-in multiple disc clutch flexible couplings at one end; on the other end driving one of the dredge pumps via a Keller two-speed reduction gearbox and a flexible clutch coupling. Auxiliary power is generated by two AC main generator sets, each driven through one of the propulsion gearboxes via a primary PTO. Harbour power is generated by two powerful Caterpillar generator sets. Built under dual class (Lloyd’s Register and Indian Register of Shipping), DCI Dredge XIX is a very versatile dredger that DCI will deploy in many ways. Versatility means a lot of systems on a relatively small ship. The complex vessel has a remarkable large volume of onboard control and handling systems for a dredger of this size. Delivered by IHC Parts & Services, the DCI Dredge XIX’s degassing system radically improves the dredging efficiency in soils where natural gases are trapped or dissolved. As soil comes to the surface and is exposed to the lower pressure prior to the dredge
pump, the gas releases, expands and reduces the density of the mixture. Crucially, without a degassing system, as little as 5 percent gas by volume in the soil can completely prevent dredging. Mr Van Helden: “DCI Dredge XIX is complex for her size. She might not look like it, but she is.”
Automation Despite India’s booming population and cheap labour, one of the major hurdles facing DCI in India is the limited availability of trained manpower to crew the dredgers. The order contract with IHC Dredgers includes the training of crew and officers by IHC Merwede personnel in the handling of all the electrical and mechanical equipment. “Training is actually a really important point,” Mr Van Helden highlights. “Dredging companies like DCI have a real problem finding and keeping well-qualified crews. And with the increasing complexity of these sorts of vessels, training is really necessary as part of the contract.” The vessel also features a high degree of automation, leading to a relatively small total crew complement of 35. According to Mr Van Helden, this is not a lot for comparable vessels operating in the region. On the bridge, the dredge control system from IHC Systems features touch screens for the SCADA dredge control system. Where previous DCI dredgers required two dredge operators, DCI Dredge XIX has one main dredge control console to handle the two suction pipes and the dredging process. The focus on ergonomic design ensures the dredge master has full control of operations.
BUILDERS IHC Dredgers OWNERS Dredging Corporation of India Ltd (DCI) YARD NUMBER CO1264 This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Volume 6, Issue 6.
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Facts & Figures Length overall Breadth Depth Draught Deadweight Accommodation 35 people Dredging Capacity Dredging depth Hopper capacity Number of suction pipes Suction pipe diameter Sailing speed Installed Power Main engines Generator sets
114.00 m 21.30 m 7.50 m 6.50 m 8,650 t
25 m 5,500 m続 2 700 mm 14.1 knots
2 x 4,100 kW 2 x 465 kW
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ASD Tug 3212 Design Milestone
Damen Shipyards’ 3212 is the first of the ASD Tugs fitted with a standard 5,050kW propulsion plant. During her technical sea trials, she achieved a speed of 15 knots. The makers of ASD Tug 3212 built the ship with a new design specification developed after a period of intensive research. In fact, Damen based the design on measurements of more than 350 ASD tugs in operation. This resulted in a tug that can perform to maximum efficiency in harsh weather conditions.
Superb Stability Innovation spans the ASD Tug 3212 from bow to stern. Her revised hull form and higher bow, result in better speed and a dry foredeck. She can achieve a bollard pull of 85 t, a free sailing speed of 14.5 knots and operate in 3.5m wave height conditions. Given the challenges in open waters, stability was a key focus in the design. The powerful 360-degree, rotating rudder propellers of a 85t tug demand superb stability. The ASD Tug 3212 has a voluminous, flared bow, a revolutionary hull form with a pronounced V-shape and slender lines in the bow as well as bilge keels. A low wheelhouse guarantees crew comfort and increased stability while the hull shape offers optimal manoeuvrability. Damen increased stability with a wide beam, slender waterline, large freeboard, a higher bow, combined with a relatively low wheelhouse. Overall, the new tug features a low centre of gravity and an extremely high metacentric height (GM) value of 2 m.
Safety First For added safety, Damen kept the distance between the towing point and the thruster as low as possible. The foredeck’s flush design accommodates various towing modes and gives this multipurpose tug optimal performance. This spacious deck – free of obstacles – facilitates safe ship handling in harbours, estuaries and at offshore terminals. Damen also incorporated an ergonomic design to give operators accessibility to winches, bollards and the fairleads. The aft deck dons flush engine room hatches, with the main engines and the engine room equipment installed via these hatches.
Damen Shipyard’s ASD Tug 3212 is Certified Winch Since high swell can cause slack rope occurrences, an innovative and powerful tug Damen specially designed a render and recovery (R&R) winch for the tug. They developed this R&R winch in in the 85t bollard pull range. close co-operation with Bosch Rexroth and another The tug is the result of three years Damen Shipyards Group member, Maaskant Shipyards of in-depth research. Damen included a ventilated storage area on starboard and port in the aft bulwark with watertight hatches.
Suped-Up Engine Room Safe working conditions, optimal accessibility and easy maintenance were all crucial elements in the engine room design. It features a workbench, a grinding and drilling machine, as well as lockers. A significant detail; the engine room has easily accessible entry points to inspect the strainer baskets of the galvanised bilge system with ease. As an anti-corrosion measure, Damen put a ventilation system in the engine room with mist eliminators so sea wash and mist cannot enter. All piping systems have heavy, thick walls, which is above class requirements. To ensure durability, the builders chose main engines with Tier II, which were flexibly mounted and isolated from the steel hull structure for low vibration and noise levels. Additionally, Damen fitted the main engines and auxiliary engines with 45 dBA exhaust gas silencers and spark arrestors for safe operation at LNG terminals. The two 5,050kW high-speed Caterpillar 3516C HD TA/D main diesel engines, run at 1,800 rpm and provide quick acceleration. The ASD Tug 3212’s new Rolls-Royce rudder propulsion plant consists of two azimuth thrusters Rolls Royce US 255 CP units, each with a 2,800 mm diameter pitch propeller. The propeller nozzles have stainless steel inner rings that increase their lifetime. The vessel’s engine room machinery is first class and well thought out for maintenance.
Stellendam. The fully automatic winch is the first in the market to be fully classified by Lloyd’s Register, which means it is built for tough working conditions. The hydraulic double-drum winch – with one running and one on standby – features a maximum brake holding load of a massive 200 t, a recovery capacity of 60 t at 50 m/min and a rendering capacity of 100 t at 100 m/min. With these performances, the winch is prepared for future escort tug regulations coming into force. The winch’s two Hägglunds CB840 hydraulic motors both fitted directly on the main shaft eliminate the need for a gearbox. Given the high forces in the towing lines, Damen focused on the towing bitt design. To avoid rope damage, Damen developed a special cast, stainless steel bitt for both its strength and anticorrosion properties.
Fingertip Control The ASD 3212 Tug features a modern, compact deckhouse with 360 degree visibility, with excellent lines of sight from the wheelhouse. Everything is under control from the wheelhouse including the propulsion units and winches from the steering position – with full hand, foot and knee control. Propulsion control is combined into a single joystick. Damen spent a great deal of effort to develop a new wheelhouse Local Operator Panel (LOP) with nautical data, main engine, winch and auxiliary control, alarms and fire detection. This data is available in the engine room, on main deck and in the wheelhouse.
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, volume 6, issue 5.
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Facts & Figures Principal particulars Length o.a. Beam o.a. Depth (at sides) Draught aft Displacement
32.70 m 12.82 m 5.35 m 5.60 m 806 t
Performance Bollard pull ahead Bollard pull astern Speed
80 t 73 t 14 knots
Installed power Propulsion 2 x 2,525 kW Caterpillar 3516C HD+TA/D Total power 5,050 kW at 1800 rpm Electric power 2 x Caterpillar C6.6 TA, 125 kVA Thrusters 2 x Rolls Royce US255CP Deck equipment Anchors 2 x 495 kg HHP Pool anchors Anchor/R&R Winch 1 x Double drum winch
Capstan Cranes Towing hook aft
1 x 5t at 15 m/min 1 x Heila HLM 10-2S + winch 1 x Mampaey swl 100 t
Suppliers & Subcontractors Bosch Rexroth Winch design and development | Caterpillar Main engines, Generator sets | Furuno GPS, Echosounder, Navtex, AIS, SSB/DSC | Heila Crane | Japan Radio Company Radar system | Lankhorst Ropes Steel wire ropes | Lloydâ€™s Register Classification, Winch design and development | Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam Winch design and development | Mampaey Towing hook | Pesch Searchlights | Rolls Royce Thrusters | Sterling Fuel pumps, Freshwater pressure set | Windsonic Anemometer
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Wind Farm Support Catamaran On 23 May 2012 Mike Conafray, Director of MarineCo UK Ltd., took delivery of the ‘MarineCo Dignity’, the Scotland-based company’s third High Speed Support Vessel (HSSV). The 2610 Twin Axe catamaran was built by Damen Shipyards in the Netherlands. The MarineCo Shamal was the first in the series, delivered at the Seawork 2011 International show. She was followed by the MarineCo Mariah.
Superb Seakeeping Depending on the sea state, the MarineCo Mariah’s maximum speed is 26 knots with a range of 1,200 nm. Handling rough sea conditions is part of Damen’s new Twin Axe catamaran concept. The MarineCo Mariah transferred maintenance crew to wind farms in wave heights of up to 1.9 m. When MarineCo UK took a client out to visit Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm in rough seas with 1.5 to 2m waves, Mr Conafray commented: “All the other crew transfer vessels were laid up awaiting better weather, but ours had no problem docking at the monopiles.” With the second vessel already on a longterm charter at a German wind farm, new builds three and four are also committed to wind farm supply and maintenance. Mr Conafray: “We receive emails all the time from potential charterers. The MarineCo Mariah was contracted for a three-year charter deal before she was even launched!” Damen implemented several design changes for the new series in close cooperation with the client. The goal was to enable the HSSV (based on Damen’s Twin Axe Fast Crew Supplier 2610) to stay out in the field for up to four days at a time. Mr Conafray: “We always wanted the vessel to fulfil four functions: to be able to provide fuel supplies, to carry out survey work, diving and support work and to be able to clean monopiles. This vessel can do all four.”
Innovations & Improvements Noticeable design adaptations are a more voluminous 20,000 litre fuel tank to extend the vessel’s range to 1,200 nm and transfer fuel to wind turbines. Damen increased fresh water capacity (4,000 litres), and built
In 2012 Scottish provider MarineCo UK took delivery of the third of four new Damen Twin Axe wind farm support catamarans. 50 percent more accommodation space and a larger bridge. The shipboard engineers have their own mess room, there are sleeping accommodations for eight crew members and transport capacity for twelve passengers. Seating is arranged for up to twenty persons. The wheelhouse features ten motion damping seats and a settee, and is air-conditioned – as is the main deck accommodation. There is even room for a client’s office. In addition, bow thruster capacity is enhanced. As well as the safe transfer of crew to wind turbines and hotelships, customers can dock smaller transfer vessels at the stern of the vessel. HSSV 2610’s seakeeping behaviour and economical fuel consumption remain intact, as well as the ample working and storage deck. There is room for two 20-foot standard containers, a 25t Heila deck crane and a spacious rescue platform. Classed by Bureau Veritas, the vessel operates under the Workboat Code, Category 1. Deck layout includes an anchoring system and a three-point mooring system. Fendering consists of rubber D-type fendering with a heavy duty bow fender designed for impact speeds over three knots. A Heila deck crane with a capacity of 0.9 t at a radius of 14.86 m completes the deck equipment. The maximum deck load is 1.5 t/m2. Life-saving equipment includes two life buoys, fifteen life jackets, and a sixteen-person life raft. An elevating mob recovery and dive platform is fitted at the transom. The ‘MarineCo Dignity’ is different from the previously delivered vessels, having increased accommodation space to create four double cabins, two pantries for crew and technicians and a spacious wheelhouse. This layout enables the vessel to remain in the field for longer periods, making the vessel more efficient.
Propulsion Plant The propulsion plant consists of two 1,790 kW Caterpillar C32 TTA B diesel engines, each driving a fixed pitch propeller through a Reintjes ZWVS 440/1 two-step gearbox (for maximum bollard pull without engine overload at zero speed). Manoeuvrability is enhanced by two 52 kW bow thruster units. Electrical power is generated by two 28 kVA Caterpillar generator sets supplying to the shipboard electrical network. Engine room auxiliaries further include a bilge pump and a Stat-X fire-fighting system.
Two Better Than One Damen Fast Crew Supplier is used to transport crew or material, quickly and safely in rivers, harbours, coastal waters and offshore. It features the innovative Sea Axe hull form that gives the vessel unparalleled seakeeping behaviour. The vessel is fuel-efficient and has everything needed to fulfil all duties. Although the Axe Bow concept was developed five years ago with great commercial success, the Twin Axe offers a more stable platform within the Workboat Code 1 range. Compared to conventional catamarans with the same displacement, the new concept offers reduced peak accelerations of up to 75 percent, reduced calm water resistance up to 15 percent and reduced added resistance in waves of up to 60 percent and has already transferred maintenance crew to turbines in wave heights of 1.9 m.
Damen Shipyards Gorinchem MarineCo UK Ltd.
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Volume 6, Issue 3.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length overall (approx) Breadth mid Depth mid Maximum draught Installed Power Main engines Total power Speed Performance Speed Cruising speed Range Tank Capacities Fuel oil (total) Freshwater Wastewater Accommodation
26.30 m 10.40 m 2.40 m 2.20 m
2 x Caterpillar C32 TTA B 1,790 bkW (2,400 bhp) 20-26 knots
27 knots 20 knots 1,210 nm
21.50 m3 1.80 m3 0.50 m3 16 persons
Suppliers & Subcontractors Bureau Veritas Classification | Caterpillar Diesel engines and generator sets | Damen Shipyards Builder | Heila Deck cranes and rescue platform | MarineCo UK Owner | Reintjes Gearbox
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Geared for the Future For more than 45 years, the Netherlands-based Reimerswaal Dredging has specialised in the excavation and delivery of sand and gravel for the water hydraulics and concrete industries. With the inauguration of the 6,000 m3 TSHD Reimerswaal, the operator now can also excavate sand for coastal protection as well as beach reclamation and replenishment. Anticipating the future, the dredger is also fully geared to serve the booming wind farm installation market. For this purpose the Reimerswaal features a DP system to keep her in position while safely depositing gravel at a wind turbine’s foundation via a 48m conveyor belt.
Unfailing Trust & Team Bert den Herder of Reimerswaal Dredging is delighted with the guts and unfailing dedication that the shipbuilder Kooiman Group demonstrated in this complex project. The Dutch yard is well-known for its inland ships, fishing vessels and workboats such as the multipurpose offshore workhorse Zwerver III (featured in ShipBuilding Industry’s April 2012 Volume 6, Issue 2). In October the Kooiman Group celebrated the commissioning of Reimerswaal, their biggest project to date, with an open day. They invited not only those involved in the project, but also the general public to see the sand and gravel hopper dredger at the shipyard in Zwijndrecht, the Netherlands. Rinus Kooiman, Director of the Kooiman Group, believes the project proves that the company is ready for the next level within the shipbuilding industry. “Together with Bert den Herder our design agency brainstormed about the Reimerswaal for twelve months,” Mr Kooiman explains. He is keen to emphasise that the completion of the Reimerswaal is the result of splendid team work and immeasurable trust. “The Kooiman Group comprises eight companies, each boasting their own area of expertise and know-how. We simply have everything we need in-house: from steel construction and engineering, to piping, panelling and electrical engineering. The complexity and scope of this project was so large that, in view of other up and running projects, we had to
New build dredger Reimerswaal features an impressive number of technical innovations. Measuring a length over all of 130 m at a moulded beam of 22 m, she is the largest trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) built by the Kooiman Group. engage extra resources. We, however, continued to hold the reins. The good relationship with the customer resulted in this magnificent project.
Bucket Wheel Discharge When deployed for coastal protection or shoreline supplementation, discharge takes place either via rainbowing through the bow coupling or via dumping through the bottom doors. A jet pump installation dilutes the hopper content as needed, allowing the Reimerswaal to rainbow over a distance of 60 m. For beach reclamation and replenishment, the bow coupling connects to a floating pipeline to transfer the dredged material to the shore over a maximum distance of 2,000 m. The Reimerswaal can also discharge dry sand and gravel. Dredged material passes through a sieving system and a drain pump discharges superfluous water from the hopper, guaranteeing delivery of dry dredged material. Excess water is discharged through escape hatches fitted in the hopper coaming, which can close hydraulically. If needed, the vessel can also extract water from the hopper through perforated pipes located under a grille at the bottom of the hopper. Reimerswaal is the only Dutch dredger using a bucket wheel to discharge dry material. The bucket wheel unloads the hopper onto a conveyor belt that discharges to shore at a rate of 4,000 tons an hour. That is almost twice as much as the capacity of the
ships that worked on the Maasvlakte. The Reimerswaal is completely empty within two hours. The 10m diameter bucket wheel runs the complete length of the hopper section and moves on a rail-mounted trolley. Descended after each pass, the bucket wheel discharges onto a hydraulically driven conveyor belt system connected to a 46m shore belt.
Single-hand Control Thanks to a unique automation installation using fibre optics, one person can sail and operate the complete vessel. On top of the accommodation section aft, the spacious wheelhouse features large floor-to-ceiling windows offering unobstructed panoramic views over the vessel’s main deck and the vessel’s surroundings. Twelve computer screens simplify control and handling of all onboard equipment from one position. The wheelhouse consoles have state-of-the-art navigation and communications systems made by Alphatron. The equipment includes three radar systems, a closed circuit television (CCTV) system and the DP system, all controlled from the multi-command control chair.
Twin-Engine Plant The vessel features a twin-engine main propulsion plant of 2 x 2,720 kW and ancillary engine room equipment. Starboard, the Reimerswaal’s dredge pipe features an integrated 1,800kW electric-driven submersible pump, run by a powerful 2,650kW diesel generator set. At its other end, the diesel engine drives a dredge pump for wet discharging to shore. Two 1,428kW generator sets are fitted with a power takeoff to drive the high-pressure jet pumps providing jet water to the bottom side of the drag head.
i. www.dekooimangroep.nl BUILDER Kooiman Group OWNER Reimerswaal Dredging YARD NUMBER 193 This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Volume 6, Issue 6.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Length b.p. Beam mld. Depth Draught int. Draught dredge Speed Installed Power Propulsion power Auxiliary genset Auxiliary genset Main generator set Bow thruster Hopper Section Volume Dry unloading rate Number of dredge pipes
Suppliers & Subcontractors 130.25 m 119.75 m 22.00 m 9.80 m 7.10 m 7.95 m 14 knots
2 x 2,720 kW 1 x 475 kW 2 x 1,428 kW 2,650 kW 1,360 kW
6,000 m3 2,500 m3/h 1
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Queen of the Jungle Stellar Achievement “Without culture… society, even when perfect, is but a jungle. This is why any authentic creation is a gift to the future,” said twentieth-century French philosopher Albert Camus. Though decades before the imaginative Nirvana, his words hit at her core. An exotic gift to the superyacht world, her animalistic allure and exquisite craftsmanship crown her queen of society’s jungle. Built to Oceanco’s renowned standards of quality workmanship and technology, her distinct, slightly flared bow and swooping curve, that begins aft of amidships, make her recognisable in any port.
Natural Selection “Unique, individual and stylistically different are all words that come to mind when describing my objectives in the creation of the design,” says Mr Sorgiovanni. He distinguishes the owner’s previous yacht from the new Nirvana, “Anastasia had a beach house theme, but the inspiration for Nirvana’s design moves one from the sandy into a tropical island rainforest.” Steering clear of a Disneyesque kitsch environment, Mr Sorgiovanni refined Nirvana’s interior with a sophisticated contemporary feel and surprising twists of Balinese and Indonesian accents. There are ten different wood veneers and finishes, such as eucalyptus, teak, oak and palm wood. Found throughout the yacht, the bamboo flooring resembles ripples of sand and underfoot is as smooth as silk. Black mother-of pearl, white onyx and limestone blend with a host of natural materials and fabrics. The colour palate for the furnishings tends toward earth tones except for the ubiquitous splash of green throughout the ship – shades of Coke-bottle, apple, loden and chartreuse pepper Nirvana’s interior.
Exclusive Getaway Nirvana’s six decks connect with a main stairwell and six-person glass elevator, which intertwines with a striking Balinese sculpture. The eye-catching feature can be seen from all levels of the yacht and up close the art piece resembles a whimsical whirlpool bubbling over. It seems to enchant visitors entering through the
At a spectacular 88 m, Nirvana is the largest superyacht of her generation delivered by Oceanco. main deck foyer on their way to explore Nirvana’s other decks. On the main aft deck, Nirvana features a sizeable, oval-shaped 7.5m pool with a depth of 1.4 m – one of the largest pools installed on any Oceanco superyacht. This fresh and seawater pool with a height-adjustable floor is the first Oceanco constructed out of glassreinforced plastic (GRP). Designers also included a variable jet stream in the pool, which permits swimmers to swim laps in place. The main deck also houses guest accommodations fit for rainforest royalty. For ten to twelve fortunate passengers, Nirvana offers a VIP suite with his-andher washrooms and a lounge that converts into a twin cabin, as well as four queen-size VIP cabins. Woven Indonesian rattan adorns the ceilings of each cabin whispering a soft, serene ambiance into the space. The oak veneer walls, faux leather headboards and Barramundi-covered side tables work together to create an authentic jungle retreat. The cabins’ ensuite heads even feature spa bathtubs and rain showers with natural materials enhancing the tranquil atmosphere.
Owners’ Den Just one deck above, the owner’s exclusive domain spans a 150m2 area with a master suite, private exterior terrace with whirlpool and several sun bathing perches with umbrellas. A large skylight in the oak ceiling allows natural light to flood the room. Positioned off centre for privacy, the king-size bed is on the portside, which frees up starboard space. The his-and-hers white Iranian onyx washrooms include a large shower and bathtub with adjacent dressing rooms decorated in black onyx and African wood. Aft and amidship of the owner’s deck is a salon/cinema and a games’ area with astonishing sea views from the
floor-to-ceiling windows and foldable balconies. There is a separate office adjacent to the bedroom and the exterior aft deck can accommodate up to eighteen guests at an extendable dining table.
Wild Pack of Amenities The aft bridge deck has a dedicated 85m2 gym area with an inset treadmill and ceilings of brushed wenge veneer. Adjacent to this gym is a traditional sauna where the floor is finished in a stone motif and the shower clad in a Chinese black mother of pearl. The 35m2 wheelhouse forward on the bridge deck is compact but functional, equipped with the latest electronics and screens. An automatic heating and cleaning window system prevents them from freezing in the winter. The integrated bridge system, by SAM electronics, hosts seven interchangeable screens (CCTV outer and GPS mid screens) and includes a DP system by Sirenha. The Edelman leather ceiling outlined with lacquered nickel gives a luxurious feel to this pilothouse with its Louto Preto veneered furniture and walls. On the top sun deck aft is a touch-and-go helicopter pad that includes fourteen inset lights and two foldable wings for extra safety space for the helicopter. Opposite of the helipad is a whirlpool with generous sunbathing cushions all around. Views from the sundeck, which is approximately 12m above waterline, are breathtaking and permit a nearly 360° observation from foredeck to aft. Nirvana’s features include a fully enclosed foredeck, an enlarged sea terrace door, a large tender garage and storage, as well as four hydraulically manoeuvrable tender cranes.
i. www.oceancoyacht.com BUILDER Oceanco NAVAL ARCHITECT Oceanco | Azure EXTERIOR DESIGNER Sam Sorgiovanni Designs INTERIOR DESIGNER Sam Sorgiovanni Designs This article is an abridged version of the full yacht report published in SuperYacht Industry, Volume 7, Issue 6, 2012.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Beam o.a. Displacement Delivery Range at 14 knots Fuel capacity Water capacity
88.50 m 14.20 m 2,320 t April 2012 5,000 nm 280,000 litres 172,000 litres
Construction Hull Steel Superstructure Aluminium Propulsion & Power Engine 2 x 4,830hp/ 3,600kW MTU 20V 4000 M73L Maximum speed 20 knots Classification 100 A1 SSC Yacht (P) MONO G6 +LMC UMS-MCA Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY2) Class notation Lloyd’s Register Accommodation Owner Master suite, study, owner’s lounge, lobby and private exterior deck with whirlpool Guests 1 VIP suite with lounge and his & her bathroom, 4 double VIP cabins
Suppliers & Subcontractors Caterpillar Main propulsion engines | Delitek Waste management system | DNV Classification | Draeger Diving equipment and systems | Fathom Systems Digital diver communications systems | Havyard Design and Engineering Design & engineering | Jotun Boya Paints & coatings | Jotun Coatings Coating systems, Paint application | Kongsberg IMO DP Classification | MacGregor Main crane, Auxiliary crane | Rolls Royce Thrusters systems | Shipadmin IT Software solutions
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Seven Borealis Swiss Army Knife Truly Differentiating Asset The Seven Borealis is a versatile offshore pipelay and construction vessel for work in the world’s deepest and harshest environments. Her design maximises productivity and efficiency. Equipped with a 5,000t offshore mast crane – the largest of this type in the world – a 937t top tension J-lay system and a 600t tension S-lay system, the Seven Borealis is truly a differentiating asset. The vessel can support operations ranging from small field developments to the largest deepwater projects.
Rock & Roll The Seven Borealis requires a stable platform to put all of her power to good use and perform to the maximum of her abilities. The onboard anti-heel and anti-roll systems do just that. Compensating for the effects of wave motion and displaced loads can be critical to guaranteeing safe and precise installation. To compensate for heeling motions caused by offset crane loads, the Seven Borealis features five pairs of ballast water tanks and fifteen pumps. Each pump transfers water at a pumping rate of up to 1,300 m3/h. The onboard ‘passive’ roll damping system reduces the roll motion induced by heavy sea states. Four flume tanks create additional roll damping by around 40 percent, thus improving the ship’s operability and crew comfort.
Giant Hoist The 5,000t Huisman offshore mast crane, fitted at the stern on the vessel’s centre line, is the most striking part of the Seven Borealis’ original gearing and a key feature of the vessel’s outline. Huisman’s manufacturing facility in Zhangzhou, China, built the crane. In early March 2011, the crane’s mast base, slewing section, boom and mast were installed on board the Seven Borealis during a four-day operation. The actual mast of the offshore mast crane towers over 85 m above main deck. Topping the 120m boom to its highest elevation brings the boom tip up to an impressive height of 151.4 m above main deck. Four load tuggers and an additional five block tugger winches complement the crane’s two 2,500t main
Seven Borealis is Subsea 7’s flagship strategic enabler. She meets the demands of today’s ultra-deep and deepwater subsea engineering. blocks, 1,200t auxiliary hoist and 110t whip block, reconfigured to one swivelling block of 5,000 t.
J-Lay System Following her departure from the Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore, the Seven Borealis ‘picked up’ the 937t top tension J-lay system at VDS Staal- en Machinebouw in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. Huisman originally manufactured the J-lay system in 2006 for installation on board the Acergy Polaris. Jumbo Shipping’s Fairpartner transported the J-lay tower from Angola to Vlissingen where VDS carried out a major overhaul and maintenance works on the J-Lay tower, including a paint job. VDS also took care of the assembly of the two Stingers sections to the Seven Borealis. The sections feature a weight of 93 and 127 t. The J-lay system features a 750t static and 937t dynamic tension capacity and has an operating depth of 3,000 m. A gimbal suspension featuring an active mode supports the tower. This mode compensates for vessel motion up to a maximum tower tilt angle of 12+/-3° over an azimuthing range of 180°. By doing so the system minimises the forces exerted on the particular pipe laid and reduces bending. The J-lay system’s friction clamps support 4 to 24-inch coated pipe (J-lay collar – up to 36-inch with coating).
S-Lay System The 600t S-lay system on board the Seven Borealis supports pipelay operations at sea in water depths ranging from 25 to 3,000 m. The system suits single and double joints in the 4.5 to 46-inch diameter range.
The S-lay system has 3 x 200t tensioners and a 200t and 600t A&R winch system. Engineers can configure the firing line to eleven singlejoint stations or six double-joint stations, offering tremendous flexibility in the firing line and the types of pipelines the vessel can handle. The stinger supporting the pipeline during installation consists of three sections, with a total length of 92.5 m. The stinger radii configuration ranges from 70 to 300 m. The S-lay system supports a near 90° departure angle for its 3,000 m deepwater capability.
Assorted Toolbox The Seven Borealis, with its on board ‘assorted toolbox’, is a truly versatile asset, capable of supporting client operations worldwide on probably any field installation project imaginable. Individually, the available tools are already as powerful as they come, but having the full package available on a single platform is quite another proposition. For high-end large field development projects, mobilising dedicated vessels for every single task requires meticulous planning. Vessels must be available in the right place on the right time. A single platform like the Seven Borealis adds flexibility to the project’s planning and execution. But the economics of mobilise a single vessel are at least as important. In particular for small field developments where cost awareness might even be a more crucial factor to a project’s profitability, a full service vessel like the Seven Borealis could prove a critical success factor.
i. www.ihcmerwede.com BUILDER Nantong Yahua Shipbuilding/ Sembawang Shipyard SHIP DESIGN Ulstein Sea of Solutions CRANE DESIGN Huisman OWNERS Subsea 7 This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in Offshore Industry, Volume 5, Issue 5, 2012.
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Suppliers & Subcontractors Ustein Sea of Solutions Conceptual design | Van Rijsoort Buigwerk Cable wire system | Repair Management Nederland Safety Signs | Bergen Group – Dreggen Deck crane | Innovative Input Bevel station | Huisman Offshore Mast Crane, Track tensioners | Kongsberg K Chief control system | Rolls-Royce Bergen Diesel gensets | MTU Emergency/harbour gensets | Rolls-Royce Azimuth thrusters, Tunnel thrusters, Bow thrusters | DNV Classifcation | Amarcon-ABB Octopus ship motion monitoring and decision support system | VDS Staal- en Machinebouw Overhaul, Maintenance, Paint work J-lay tower, Assembly stinger sections | Sembawang Shipyard Singapore Completion work | Schilling ROVs |
Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Type
Pipelay / Heavy Lift
Principal Dimensions Length Overall (m) 182.2 m Breadth (m) 46.2 m Depth Main Deck (m) 16.1 m Operating Draft (m) 8.5 m to 11.35 m Transit Speed (knots) 12 knots Endurance (days) 45 days in transit with 220 persons 45 days on DP with 399 persons DP Classification K-POS DP Class 3 Power and Propulsion Main Engines/Generators Number 6 Type Rolls-Royce B32:40 V12A 720 rpm diesel engines Power (kW) 5,760 kW each Thrusters for Propulsion and DP Number 2 x azimuth thrusters Type Rolls-Royce UUC 455 FP, underwater demountable Power (kW) 5,500 kW each Capacities Fuel Oil HFO/MDO: MDO Lubricating Oil Fresh Water Ballast Water Technical Water
3,080 m3 3,360 m³ 64 m³ 1,123 m³ 20,600 m³ 700 m³
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Simply Unconventional Designed by Dutch naval architects Vuyk Engineering Groningen, the Jaguar is the first of three VG 6000 E type vessels. The 6,000 dwt multipurpose special cargo vessels are destined for worldwide trade and unrestricted service. The vessels can transport special cargo and voluminous goods, as well as up to 266 20ft containers, and they are recognised to bring fierce competition to the offshore industry.
Commercial Savvy In 2009 the owners at Jaguar Shipping, Captain Gerard Gorter and Captain Jan Klos, met with the maritime engineers at Vuyk Engineering Groningen and Amasus Shipping. The owners were looking for a new build design that would set them apart in short sea shipping. To meet the owners’ complex requirements, Vuyk Engineering Groningen filled the design with a blend of innovative solutions and commercial savvy. They combined existing tried and tested – and already type-approved – components into a unique integrated system. Highlighting her possibilities in commercial deployment, the Jaguar features in a novel offshore wind turnkey package. In collaboration with deugro Denmark and Conquest Offshore, Amasus Shipping developed a feeder system for wind turbine components as well as the transport (with MV Jaguar) and installation of components and foundations.
Simplicity ShipBuilding Industry spoke to Maarten Sickler, Deputy Director at Vuyk Engineering Groningen, about the design and construction of the vessel. While the DC bus diesel-electric power system stands out among the vessel’s many innovative solutions, Mr Sickler was keen to highlight the unique cooperation that took place in the design. The cooperation with shipping companies and technical suppliers began at an early stage. In addition to Amasus Shipping, other special cargo stakeholders were involved. In the design and installation phase Alewijnse Marine Systems, also based in the Netherlands, and Vacon Benelux – the Netherlands-based subsidiary of Finnish drive manufacturer Vacon – cooperated on the power
MV Jaguar’s clever design and innovative use of tried and tested components heralded in a new set of cargo vessel class notations. system. Despite many parties at the table, the design was based on a single, clear vision. “Simplicity was the basis for the concept – standard components,” Mr Sickler noted. But, “put together in a unique world first.”
Highly Capable The experience of Amasus Shipping was invaluable in putting together the Jaguar’s capabilities. In the offshore market, she is particularly suitable for wind farm transport. Thanks to her DP capabilities, she can position close to jack-up vessels in rough weather. With stable seakeeping designed specifically for North Sea conditions, she has almost no roll. Her flexible hatch arrangements offer virtually every possibility in her 80m long box hold – from 266 TEUs to vertical cargo open top. Her diesel-electric propulsion system combines excellent fuel economy with low sulphur emissions, so she complies with the new IMO regulations coming into force on 1 January, 2015. And not to mention, her hull form requires almost no ballast.
Class Opportunities The Jaguar’s uniqueness is illustrated by the close cooperation with Bureau Veritas on class notations for diesel-electric propulsion systems in cargo vessels. At an early stage Vuyk Engineering Groningen asked the Bureau Veritas’ plan approval department, DPO in Rotterdam, to discuss the design. As a result, a skilled team from Vacon, Shipkits, Alewijnse Marine Systems and Bureau Veritas worked together with Vuyk Engineering Groningen on a different approach. Although aiming to comply with the Classification and Statutory requirements, for example in case of one critical failure in the propulsion plant, the design significantly reduced components both on the power
network and in alarm and monitoring. In addition, the VG 6000 E type vessel design already incorporated shore-based maintenance. This simplicity required a new set of class and statutory notations.
DC Bus In a normal diesel-electric power system, AC supplying generator sets deliver power to the AC mainboard. One of the system’s main problems is harmonic distortion of frequency and current. Harmonic distortion occurs through non-linear loads of standard frequency converters, which cause distortion of the electrical current supply. This results, for example, in flickering lights on board, or possibly in black-outs or component overheating problems. These generator sets need an advanced power management system – adding cost and bulk. The Jaguar’s diesel-electric power system overcomes this problem with a DC board instead of an AC board. The system was designed in close cooperation with AC drive supplier Vacon and built under the supervision of Alewijnse Marine Systems. Each line of generator set is equipped with a filter and AFE converter, filtering and transforming the delivered AC power from the generator set into DC power for the DC main board. All mainboard consumers are equipped with a standard industrial DC/AC converter, ensuring the supply of a clean sinusoidal AC current. In this way the harmonic distortion is solved at the start of the system, before the main board, instead of solving the problem at the end, or consumer side, of the electrical system. The DC bus system provides mature technology at prices comparable to the conventional alternatives. These systems are also relatively simple, thereby reducing the possible risk of component failure.
BUILDER Shipkits OWNER Jaguar Shipping YARD NUMBER 105 This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Vol. 6, Issue 4, 2012.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Beam Depth Draught max. Hold Deadweight Installed power Hull speed
107.95 m 16.00 m 8.45 m 6.45 m 80 x 12 x 9,8 m 6,000 t 3,000 kW 14 knots
Suppliers & Subcontractors Alewijnse Marine Systems Electrical installation | B.V. Technisch Bureau Uittenbogaart Gearboxes, Turbo bilgewater separator, Vacuum toilet system, Winches, Watertight sliding doors, Musketeer doors and escape hatches, Tank vent check valves, Sewage treatment plant | Bureau Veritas Classification | Caldic Techniek BV Stamford generators | Centraal Staal Steel package | Cofely Engine room parts and mechanical installation | Coops & Nieborg Hatches | Datema Safety and nautical equipment | Delftship Marine Software loading computer | Gebr. De Haan HVAC | Hatecke Lifeboats and cranes | Helmers Furnishing | International Paint Paint system | Intersona Noise and vibration consultancy and sea trial measurements | Kroon B.V. Kroon locks and hardware | L3Â Dynamic positioning system | Materiaal Metingen Europa Gangway | Minimax CO2 installation | MME Impressed current system | Orlaco Camera system | Reikon Azcue pumps, Gefico freshwater generator | Sam Electronics Navigational and communication equipment | Sandfirden Technics Generator sets | SEC Bremen Container fittings | SEC Groningen Deck equipment | Theunissen Technical Trading BV Eltek fire detection and Pesch Seematz searchlights | Trinoxx BOHAMET Windows and portholes | Vacon Benelux BV AC drives | Vuyk Engineering Design and complete engineering | ZF Marine Rudder propellers and bow thruster
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Unmatched IMR Asset for Statoil Rigorous Requirements The ICE-C Class Ulstein SX148 design type vessel operates year round from the North Sea to the Barents Sea. Ulstein Group CEO Gunvor Ulstein: “Ulstein is proud to deliver a vessel of unmatched technical and operational capacity in its sector, and I am confident that the Seven Viking will meet Statoil’s expectations.” Statoil wanted an IMR vessel that could operate almost without restriction at its service speed of 16 knots in the high waves and rough weather that characterise the North Sea to Barents Sea range. She had to provide a stable working platform in sea states up to 5 m significant wave heights. However, she also needed to manoeuvre with ease in confined spaces, such as between platforms, accessing difficult to reach areas. So the challenge for Ulstein and its partners was to design a DP2, compact vessel – measuring ‘just’ 106.5 m long and 24.5 m wide – that provided the stability usually associated with larger vessels. The designers rose to the challenge, delivering a unique vessel. Among her features is Ulstein’s ubiquitous X-Bow hull line, which reduces motion in transit and give increased stability. Although restricted in size, the vessel is certainly not restricted in her capacity to carry a litany of essential subsea tools and personnel. The clever configuration maximises hull space and integrates equipment within a large hangar area. The 26m diameter helideck is midship for optimum landing conditions, suitable for for SuperPuma and Sikorsky S-92.
Joint Control From the joint control room, the shift supervisor, and operators for the MHS, ROVs, scale treatment control, and third party control and survey are all gathered in one area with panoramic windows overlooking the hangar. The joint control room facilitates cooperation and communication, giving a full overview of the vessel’s key activity area. The customised MHS in the ship’s hangar enables the safe launch and retrieval of subsea modules weighing up to 70 t through the 7.2 x 7.2m moonpool. The MHS is fully integrated with a cursor system for controlled launch and recovery of modules in deep water, even
New build vessel Seven Viking started a five-year contract for Statoil in February 2013, carrying out inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) of subsea installations, alongside scale treatment and RFO operations. during rough weather. The hangar’s skidding system has storage capacity for up to eight skidding pallets, including four indoor storage positions. Seven Viking carries two working class Schilling HD ROVs, rated to 3,000 msw, launched over side by A-frames. The vessel also carries one SubAtlantic Mohican observation ROV, rated to 2,000 msw. The vessel’s compact design also includes ROV workshops and store, project stores and a welding workshop. An important maintenance task to increase field recovery rates, Seven Viking treats scale build-up inside subsea well production tubing. Seven Viking has an integrated scale treatment pumping spread and special product tanks. PG Marine contributed a cargo handling and scale squeeze/chemical injection package “of massive proportions”. Main consumers are four PG-Wepuko DP 212 chemical injection pumps consuming a wopping 800 kW each at full throttle. PG Hydraulics manufactured the 14,000L Hydraulic Power Unit.
up to 5 m significant wave heights. TTS’s delivery for the Seven Viking is first to feature a new generation of TTS software for AHC cranes, developed to meet the increasing demands for high performance and accuracy. During Seven Viking’s sea trials, the new generation AHC system proved to have even better accuracy than specified. TTS has also had very positive feedback on the system’s intuitive user interface. DNV issued Seven Viking a class notation for Clean Design. The vessel also has a Green Passport. Notable environmental initiatives include diesel-electric propulsion, and the electrical winches which nullify the risk of emissions of hydraulic oil. The main generator engines in combination with SCR catalysts fulfill IMO Tier III requirements for exhaust emissions. The ship’s power system is divided in three, and includes three azimuthing thrusters aft and three thrusters fore, as well as three auxiliary systems. The three-way main switchboard is the largest switchboard ever delivered from Ulstein Power & Control, and in the case of a single major failure, the vessel will still have of its thruster power available. Seven Viking is remarkable for its operational reliability and versatility – the perfect asset as Statoil focuses on improving recovery rates and extending the life of mature fields in the North, Norwegian and Barents Seas. As the thousands of subsea wells around the world reach an average age of around 10 years, the global market for IMR services is on the rise.
Subsea Lifts Bergen-based TTS Group delivered the 135t active heave compensated (AHC) offshore crane on deck, which is mainly used for lowering and lifting heavy equipment to and from the sea bottom. The crane, based on a standard TTS make, has 2,000m wire length, with a 1,000m AHC whip line (10t @ 31m). Like the rest of the Ulstein design, the crane can operate in
CO-OWNERS BUILDER HULL NO.
Eidesvik Offshore and Subsea 7 Ulstein Verft Norway 295
This article is an abridged version of the full ship report published in ShipBuilding Industry, Volume 7, Issue 2.
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Facts & Figures Principal Particulars Length o.a. Breadth moulded Design draught (operational) Service Speed Accommodation Gross tonnage Classification
106.5 m 24.5 m 6.5 m 16 knots 90 persons 11,266 t DNV
Main deck crane Builder TTC Group Type GPOKac 5000-135-30 AHC both on main and auxiliary winch Main winch SWL 135 t @ 13m sealift mode 2,000m wire on main winch Aux winch SWL 13,5T@30m 1,000m wire on aux winch Personell lift Power generation and propulsion Generators 2 x 4,320 kW main diesel 2 x 1,824 kW main diesel 1 x 250 kW emergency generator Propulsion 3 x 3 MW contra rotating azimuth Thruster 1 x 1.4 MW retractable compass 1 x 1.4 MW combi retractable 1 x 1.7 MW tunnel
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Useful Addresses Branch Associations Netherlands Dutch Association of Combustion Engine Distributors (VIV) Boerhaavelaan 40 P.O. Box 190 2700 AD Zoetermeer The Netherlands T +31 (0)88 400 8548 F +31 (0)79 353 1365 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.viv-fme-cwm.nl HISWA Nautisch Centrum Amsterdam Werfkade 2 1033 RA Amsterdam P.O. Box 37111 1030 AC Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 70 51 400 E email@example.com I www.hiswa.nl HME – Holland Marine Equipment Boompjes 40 P.O. Box 23541 3001 KM Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 44 44 333 F +31 (0)10 21 30 700 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hme.nl IRO P.O. Box 390 3000 AJ Rotterdam Boompjes 40 (Willemswerf), 13th floor 3011 XB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)79 341 1981 F +31 (0)79 341 9764 E email@example.com I www.iro.nl Netherlands Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Association (NOGEPA) Bezuidenhoutseweg 27-29 P.O. Box 11729 2502 AS The Hague The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 347 8871 F +31 (0)70 385 1231 I www.nogepa.nl Netherlands’ Shipbuilding Industry Association Boompjes 40 P.O. Box 23541 3001 KM Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)79 353 1165 F +31 (0)79 353 1155 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vnsi.nl Royal Association of Netherlands’ Shipowners (KVNR) Gebouw Willemswerf – 15e etage Boompjes 40 3000 CK Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 414 6001 F +31 (0)10 233 0081 E email@example.com I www.kvnr.nl The Royal Netherlands Society of Professionals in Shipping Technology (KNVTS) De Willemswerf, 15e floor Boompjes 40 3011 XB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 241 0094 F +31 (0)10 241 0095 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.knvts.nl
SME – Stichting Maritime Equipment Waalbandwijk 149 4174 GR Hellouw The Netherlands T +31 (0)418 587 017 F +31 (0)418 587 013 E email@example.com I www.sme-maritiem.nl VBKO Stavorenweg 3 P.O. Box 474 2800 AL Gouda The Netherlands T +31(0)182 567 367 F +31(0)182 567 373 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vbko.nl Vereniging Aqualink P.O. Box 6852 6503 GJ Nijmegen The Netherlands E email@example.com I www.aqualink.biz
Branch Associations and Organisations International AMEM c/o John R. Kuehmayer Marxergasse 27/8 A-1030 Vienna Austria, Europe T +43 (0)664 545 2122 F +43 (0)1 718 4611 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.amem.at Asociatia Nationala a Constructorilor de Navedin 132, Moruzzi Street 80022 Galati Romania T +40 (0)236 307 111 F +40 (0)236 307 211 E email@example.com I www.anconav.ro Associaçáo das Indústrias Marìtimas – AIM Rua Jorge Afonso, 31 – 6 P-1600 Lisboa Portugal T +35 (0)1 21 781 8770 F +35 (0)1 21 781 8779 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.aim.pt Association of Finish Maritime Industries Eteläranta 10 SF-00130 Helsinki Finland T +358 (0)9 192 3399 F +358 (0)9 622 2606 E email@example.com I www.marineindustries.fi Association of Hellenic Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Industries Akti Miaouli 67 185 37 Pireaus Greece T +30 (0)210 41 84 960 F +30 (0)210 41 84 961 E firstname.lastname@example.org ASSONAVE Via Tevere, 1/a 00198 Roma Italy T +39 (0)6 8424 0400 +39 (0)6 8451 4229 E email@example.com I www.assonave.it
Central Dredging Association (CEDA) Radex Building Rotterdamseweg 183c 2629 HD Delft The Netherlands T +31 (0)15 268 2575 F +31 (0)15 268 2576 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.dredging.org
International Maritime Organization (IMO) 55 Victoria Street London SW1H 0EU United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7735 7611 F +44 (0)20 7587 3210 E email@example.com I www.imo.org
CETENA SpA The marine research center Via Ippolito D’Aste, 5 16121 Genova Italy T +39 (0)10 599 5460 F +39 (0)10 599 5790 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.cetena.it
Irish Offshore Operators’ Association Tramway House Dartry Road Rathgar, Dublin 6 Ireland T +353 (0)1 497 5716 M +353 (0)86 834 0155 E email@example.com I www.iooa.ie
Chambre Syndicale des Constructeurs de Navires 47, Rue de Monceau F-75008 Paris France T +33 (0)1 5389 5201 F +33 (0)1 5389 5215 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.cscn.fr Community of European Shipyards Associations (CESA) Rue Marie de Bourgogne 52-54, 3rd floor B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 230 27 91 F +32 (0)2 230 43 32 E email@example.com I www.cesa-shipbuilding.org
Norsk Industri Oscars gate, 20 P.O. Box 7072 Majorstua N-0306 Oslo Norway T +47 (0)22 590 000 F +47 (0)22 590 001 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.norskindustri.no Oil & Gas UK 2nd Floor 232-242 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 1AU United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7802 2400 F +44 (0)20 7802 2401 E email@example.com I www.oilandgasuk.co.uk
Croatia Shipbuilding Corporation Ave. V. Holjevca 20 10020 Zagreb Croatia T +385 (0)1 655 3403 F +385 (0)1 652 8699 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hb.hr Danish Maritime Amaliegade, B, 4. sal – 256 Copenhagen K. Denmark T +45 (0)3 313 2416 F +45 (0)3 311 1096 E email@example.com I www.danishmaritime.org EBR EEIG Rue de I’Industrie 22 B-1040 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 514 13 00 F +32 (0)2 514 44 45 I www.ebr.org International Association of Drilling Contractors PO Box 1430 6501 BK Nijmegen The Netherlands T +31 (0)24 675 2252 F +31 (0)24 360 0759 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.iadc.org International Association of Drilling Contractors 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite 760 Houston, TX 77042 USA T 1/713-292-1945 F 1/713-292-1946
OLF P.O. Bbox 8065 4068 Stavanger Norway T +47 (0)51 846 500 F +47 (0)51 846 501 E email@example.com I www.olf.no Shipbuilders and Shiprepairers Association Meadlake Place (SSA) Thorpe Lea Road Egham Surrey TW20 8BF United Kingdom T +44 1784 22 37 70 F +44 1784 22 37 75 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ssa.org.uk Society of Maritime Industries 28 – 29 Threadneedle Street London EC2R 8AY United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7628 2555 F +44 (0)20 7638 4376 E email@example.com I www.maritimeindustries.org The Association of Polish Maritime Industries FORUM OKRETOWE Uphagena 23 80-237 Gdansk Poland T (+48 58) 345 82 89, 520 70 91-94 F (+48 58) 520 70 90 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.forumokretowe.org Unione Nazionale Cantieri Industrie Nautiche ed Affini (UCINA) Piazzale Kennedy 1 16129 Genova Italy T +39 (0)10 5769811 F +39 (0)10 5531104 I www.ucina.net
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Union Espanola de Constructores Navales – UNINAVE Cardenal Herrera Oria 57 2 E-28034 Madrid Spain T +34 (0)91 417 0437 F +34 (0)91 729 3647 E email@example.com I www.uninave.es VDMA European Office Bruxelles Diamant Building Boulevard A. Reyers 80 B-1030 Bruxelles Belgium T +32 (0)2 706 8205 F +32 (0)2 706 8210 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vdma.org Verband für Schiffbau und Meerestechnik e.V. Steinhöft, II (Slomanhaus) 20459 Hamburg Germany T +49 (0)40 2801 520 F +49 (0)40 2801 5230 E email@example.com I www.vsm.de
Classification Bureaus Netherlands American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Boompjes 55 3011 XB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 206 0777 F +31 (0)10 412 0199 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.eagle.org Bureau Veritas Vissersdijk 223-241 P.O. Box 2705 3000 CS Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 413 6777 F +31 (0)10 414 5763 E email@example.com I www.veristar.com Det Norske Veritas B.V. (DNV) Zwolseweg 1 (Vaanpark 4) 2994 LB Barendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 292 2600 F +31 (0) 10 4797141 I www.dnv.nl Germanischer Lloyd (GL) Jan van Galenstraat 56 3115 JG Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 204 0404 F +31 (0)10 426 9098 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.gl-group.com Lloyd’s Register EMEA Weena-Zuid 170 P.O. Box 701 3000 AS Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 414 5088 F +31 (0)10 214 0190 E email@example.com I www.lr.org
Classification Bureaus International American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) 16855 Northchase Drive Houston TX-77060 United States of America T +1 (0)281 877 5800 F +1 (0)281 877 5976 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.eagle.org Bureau Veritas 17 bis, Place des Reflets La Défense 2 CEDEX 92077 Paris la Defense France T +33 (0)1 4291 5291 F +33 (0)1 4291 5294 I www.bureauveritas.com
Det Norske Veritas Veritasveien 1 1322 Høvik Norway T +47 (0)6757 9900 F +47 (0)6757 9911 E email@example.com I www.dnv.com
International Chamber of Shipping 12 Carthusian Street London EC1M 6EZ United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7417 8844 F +44 (0)20 7417 8877 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.marisec.org
Maritime Pilots Institute Netherlands Seattleweg 7, Building No. 3, Pernis P.O. Box 830 3000 AV Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 400 0500 F +31 (0)10 411 5588 I www.loodswezen.nl
Germanischer Lloyd AG Vorsetzen 35 20459 Hamburg Germany T +49 (0)40 36149 0 F +49 (0)40 36149 200 E email@example.com I www.gl-group.com
International Shipping Federation 12 Carthusian Street London EC1M 6EZ United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7417 8844 F +44 (0)20 7417 8877 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.marisec.org
Lloyd’s Register EMEA 71 Fenchurch Street London EC3M 4BS United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7709 9166 F +44 (0)20 7488 7496 E email@example.com I www.lr.org
PIANC – Permanent International Association of Navigation Congress Bld. Roi Albert II 20 – Bte 3 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 553 7160 F +32 (0)2 553 7155 I www.pianc-aipcn.org
The Ministry of Transport Public Works and Water Management (VenW) Plesmanweg 1-6 P.O. Box 20901 2500 EX Den Haag The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 351 6171 F +31 (0)70 351 7895 I www.verkeerenwaterstaat.nl
IADC – International Association of Dredging Companies Alexanderveld 84 NL – 2585 DB The Hague The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 352 3334 F +31 (0)70 351 2654 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.iadc-dredging.com
Hogeschool INHOLLAND Delft Kalfjeslaan 2 P.O. Box 3190 2601 DD Delft The Netherlands T +31 (0)15 251 9200 F +31 (0)15 251 9300 I www.inholland.nl
EBU – European Barge Union P.O. Box 23210 3001 KE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 411 6070 F +31 (0)10 412 90 91
Dredging Europe Black Sea Coastal Association – BSCA 11-A, “Kr. Mirski” Str. 9000 Varna Bulgaria T/F +359 52 602 657 E email@example.com I www.bsca.bg ECSA – European Community Shipowners’ Associations Rue Ducale 45 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 511 3940 F +32 (0)2 511 8092 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ecsa.be ESPO – European Sea Ports Organisation Treurenberg 6 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 736 3463 F +32 (0)2 736 6325 I www.espo.be Fédération Européenne des Ports Intérieurs Place des Armateurs 6 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 420 7037 F +32 (0)2 420 0371 E email@example.com Federation of European Private Ports Operators Treurenberg 6 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 736 7552 F +32 (0)2 732 3149 E firstname.lastname@example.org INE – Inland Navigation Europe Graaf de Ferraris Koning Albert II-laan 20 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 553 6270 F +32 (0)2 553 6272
Maritiem Instituut De Ruyter Boulevard Bankert 156 P.O. Box 364 4380 AJ Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 489 400 F +31 (0)118 489 444 E email@example.com I www.deruyter-mi.nl Maritiem Instituut Willem Barentsz Dellewal 8 P.O. Box 26 8880 AA Terschelling West The Netherlands T +31 (0)562 44 6600 F +31 (0)562 44 6601 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.mi.nhl.nl Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden Tesselschadestraat 12 P.O. Box 1080 8900 CB Leeuwarden The Netherlands T +31 (0)58 251 2345 F +31 (0)58 251 1889 I www.nhl.nl Scheepvaart en Transport College (STC) Lloydstraat 300 P.O. Box 63140 3002 JC Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 448 6000 F +31 (0)10 448 6148 I www.stc-group.nl TU Delft Stevinweg 1 P.O. Box 5 2600 AA Delft The Netherlands T +31 (0)15 278 9111 F +31 (0)15 278 1855 E email@example.com I www.tudelft.nl
Government Netherlands EVD Juliana van Stolberglaan 148 P.O. Box 20105, 2500 EC Den Haag The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 778 8888 F +31 (0)70 778 8889 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.evd.nl
Netherlands Coastguard MHKC Building Nieuwe Haven P.O. Box 10000 1780 CA Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 658 300 F +31 (0)223 658 358 E email@example.com I www.kustwacht.nl The Transport and Water Management Inspectorate Nieuwe Uitleg 1 P.O. Box 90653 2509 LR Den Haag The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 456 2666 F +31 (0)70 456 2777 I www.ivw.nl
Government Europe Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine Palais du Rhin 2, place de la République 67082 Strasbourg Cedex France T +33 (0)3 88 52 2010 F +33 (0)3 88 32 1072 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.ccr-zkr.org European Commission Enterprise and Industry DG Information and Documentation Centre BREY 5/150 B-1049 Brussels Belgium F +32 (0)2 296 9930 E email@example.com I ec.europa.eu/enterprise/maritime European Federation for Transport and Environment Rue de la Pépinière, 1 B-1000 Brussels Belgium T +32 (0)2 502 9909 F +32 (0)2 502 9908 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.transportenvironment.org
Ports Amsterdam Ports Association Havengebouw De Ruijterkade 7 (13e etage) 1013 AA Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 627 3706 F +31 (0)20 626 4969 E email@example.com I www.amports.nl Havenbedrijf Rotterdam N.V. World Port Center (WPC) P.O. Box 6622 3002 AP Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 252 1010 F +31 (0)10 252 1020 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.portofrotterdam.com
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Rotterdam Port Promotion Council Beurs-World Trade Center Beursplein 37 P.O. Box 30076 3001 DB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 205 2380 F +31 (0)10 205 2393 E email@example.com I www.rppc.nl Zeeland Port Promotion Council P.O. Box 1057 4388 ZH Oost-Souburg The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 49 1320 F +31 (0)118 47 8833 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.zppc.nl Zeeland Seaports Scheldenpad 2 P.O. Box 132 T +31 (0)115 64 7400 F +31 (0)115 64 7500 E email@example.com I www.zeelandseaports.com
Shipping Companies and Operators A Acta Marine Van Laar Het Nieuwediep 39d 1781 AE Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 615666 F +31 (0)223 614360 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.actamarine.com Acta Marine Van Stee B.V. Nieuwe Vissershaven 5 8861 NX Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 415442 F +31 (0)517 417576 E email@example.com I www.actamarine.com Acta Marine Waterweg B.V. Het Nieuwe Diep 39d 1781 AE Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 615666 F +31 (0)223 614360 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.actamarine.com Adonai Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 17 3000 AA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4921333 F +31 (0)10 4921717 E email@example.com I www.adonaicrewing.com Adriana Shipping & Trading B.V. Dalweg 1A 3233 KK Oostvoorne The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 419688 F +31 (0)181 480721 E firstname.lastname@example.org Ahlers Maritime Services N.V. Noorderlaan 139 B-2030 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 (0)3 5437211 Ahlmarco B.V. Emmastraat 51 1213 AK Hilversum The Netherlands T +31 (0)35 6213608 F +31 (0)35 6216657 E email@example.com Alpha Ship GmbH Domshof 14 â€“ 15 D-28195 Bremen Germany T +49 (0)421 17398-0 F +49 (0)421 1739899 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Amasus Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 250 9930 AG Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 649800 F +31 (0)596 649801 E email@example.com I www.amasus.nl
BigLift Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 2599 1000 CN Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 4488300 F +31 (0)20 4488333 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.bigliftshipping.com
Broere Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 150 3300 AD Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6528428 F +31 (0)78 6184144 E email@example.com I www.broereshipping.com
Amons & Co. P.O. Box 27 1500 EA Zaandam The Netherlands T +31 (0)75 6163841 F +31 (0)75 6163852 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Bijma B.V. P.O. Box 30 9636 ZG Zuidbroek The Netherlands T +31 (0)598 452555 F +31 (0)598 452989 E email@example.com I www.sleepdienst.nl
C Canada Feeder Lines B.V. P.O. Box 1488 9701 BL Groningen The Netherlands E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.canadafeederlines.eu
Ancora Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 9169 3007 AD Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2921777 F +31 (0)10 2921770 E email@example.com Anthony Veder Rederijzaken B.V. P.O. Box 1159 3000 BD Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4004800 F +31 (0)10 4004891 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.anthonyveder.com Ara Ship Management B.V. Beatrixhaven 2 4251 NK Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 509600 F +31 (0)183 500623 E email@example.com I www.arabulk.nl Arklow Shipping Nederland B.V. P.O. Box 8746 3009 AS Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4434360 F +31 (0)10 4434361 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.arklowshipping.nl Atlanship S.A. Speedwellstraat 11c 3029 BL Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2210166 F +31 (0)10 2763966 E email@example.com Austral Asia Line B.V. P.O. Box 169 3200 AD Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 624370 F +31 (0)181 625347 B Baggerbedrijf de Boer B.V. P.O. Box 262 3360 AG Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 411999 F +31 (0)184 411998 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.dutchdredging.nl Bekkers & Co. B.V. J. Scheepmakershaven 78 3011 VE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4330388 F +31 (0)10 4330261 E email@example.com Bergings- en Transportmaatschappij BTS B.V. P.O. Box 570 3100 AN Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2042483 F +31 (0)10 2042653 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.bts.nl Bermuda Container Line Nederland B.V. P.O. Box 52 2450 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)172 506860 F +31 (0)172 506861 E email@example.com
Blue Star GmbH Kattrepel 2 D- 20095 Hamburg Germany T +49-40-32 903 - 9040 F +49-40-32 903 - 7040 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.reedereibluestar.de Bocimar International N.V. De Gerlachekaai 20 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2475111 F +32 3 2475195 E email@example.com De Bock Maritiem B.V. Bierkade 11 1811 NJ Alkmaar The Netherlands T +31 (0)72 5115147 F +31 (0)72 5204150 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.debockmaritiem.nl Boomsma Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 369 8600 AJ Sneek The Netherlands T +31 (0)515 411627 F +31 (0)515 431148 E email@example.com I www.boomsmashipping.nl Bore Shipowners B.V. P.O. Box 30005 3001 DA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2053391 F +31 (0)10 2055167 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.boreship.com Koninklijke Boskalis Westminster N.V. P.O. Box 43 3350 AA Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6969000 F +31 (0)78 6969555 E email@example.com I www.boskalis.nl Bouwman Marine Service B.V. W. Hanenweg 3 4317 NJ Schuddebeurs The Netherlands T +31 (0)111 415769 F +31 (0)111 421203 E firstname.lastname@example.org Bouwman Towing & Shipping B.V. G. Engelse Kade 5 4301 NA Zierikzee The Netherlands T +31 (0)111 412966 F +31 (0)111 416872 E email@example.com I www.bms-towing.nl Briese Shipping B.V. Torenstraat 14 9679 BP Scheemda The Netherlands T +31 (0)597 552280 F +31 (0)597 552280 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Carisbrooke Shipping (Holland) B.V. P.O. Box 166 3330 AD Zwijndrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6251950 F +31 (0)78 6251955 E email@example.com I www.carisbrooke.nl Cebo Marine B.V. P.O. Box 70 1970 AB Ymuiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)255 546262 F +31 (0)255 546202 Chase Seismic Survey B.V. P.O. Box 736 1780 AS Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 660470 F +31 (0)223 660481 E firstname.lastname@example.org Chemgas Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 23075 3001 KB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2412205 F +31 (0)10 2412255 Clearwater Group P.O. Box 361 2950 AJ Alblasserdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6410440 F +31 (0)78 6413891 E email@example.com I www.clearwatergroup.nl Club Cruise B.V. P.O. Box 216 3770 AE Veenendaal The Netherlands T +31 (0)318 450480 F +31 (0)318 452492 Cobelfret Bulk Carriers N.V. Sneeuwbeslaan 14 B-2610 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 8299320 F +32 3 8299329 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.cobelfret.com Cobelfret Ferries N.V. Sneeuwbeslaan 14 B-2610 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 8299100 F +32 3 8254507 E email@example.com I www.cobelfret.com Confeeder Shipping & Chartering B.V. P.O. Box 891 3160 AB Rhoon The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4403670 F +31 (0)10 2017543 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.confeeder.com Conti Lines N.V. General Lemanstraat 82-92 B-2600 Berchem Belgium T +32 3 5453511 F +32 3 5453512 E mail@contiLines.be I www.contiLines.be
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Crobel Shipping B.V.B.A. H. van Heurckstraat 15 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium CroisiMer Bell de l’Adriatique, S.A. Avenue de la Metrologie 8 B-1130 Evere Belgium D Scheepvaartbedrijf Van Dam Handelskade west 30A 9934 AA Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 633455 F +31 (0)596 634969 E email@example.com I www.vandamshipping.com Scheepvaartbedrijf M. Damen B.V. P.O. Box 510 3370 BA Hardinxveld The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 622779 F +31 (0)184 618436 Damen Marine Services B.V. P.O. Box 1 4200 AA Hardinxveld The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 616000 F +31 (0)184 611711 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.dms.nl Decloedt & Zn. N.V. Baggerwerken Slijkensesteenweg 2 B-8400 Oostende Belgium T +32 59 242140 F +32 59 242180 E email@example.com I www.decloedt.be Delphis N.V. Schalienstraat 5 bus 4 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2476161 F +32 3 476166 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.delphis.be Delta Zandwinning VoF Haven WZ 12 4511 AR Breskens The Netherlands T +31 (0)117 381395 F +31 (0)117 383866 E email@example.com Scheepvaartbedrijf Deo Juvante B.V. Talingpad 36 4251 VL Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 501518 / 504536 F +31 (0)183 500906 / 505058 Depret N.V. Lanceloot Blondeellaan 2 B-8380 Zeebrugge Belgium T +32 50 50544231 F +32 50 50544660 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.depret.be Detlef Hegemann B.V. P.O. Box 199 9670 AD Winschoten The Netherlands T +31 (0)597 471220 F +31 (0)597 471229 E email@example.com I www.msusing.nl Dockwise Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 3208 4800 DE Breda The Netherlands T +31 (0)76 5484100 F +31 (0)76 5484299 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.dockwise.com
Rederij G. Doeksen & Zonen B.V. P.O. Box 40 8880 AA Terschelling The Netherlands T +31 (0)562 442141 F +31 (0)562 443241 E email@example.com I www.rederij-doeksen.nl
Feederlines B.V. P.O. Box 107 9700 AC Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 5887777 F +31 (0)50 5887766 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.feederlines.nl
Dredging International N.V./ Dredging Environmental & Marine Engineering DEME N.V. Scheldedijk 30 B-2070 Zwijndrecht Belgium T +32 (0)3 2526526 F +32 (0)3 2505650 E email@example.com I www.dredging.com
Feederlink Shipping & Trading B.V. P.O. Box 53050 3008 HB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4912666 F +31 (0)10 4295205 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.feederlink.com
E EP Shipping & Trading B.V. Quebecstraat 5 3197 KL Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 402788 F +31 (0)181 402689 E email@example.com I www.epship.nl Euro Marine Carrier B.V. Corsicaweg 10 1044 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 6130081 F +31 (0)20 6113166 Euronav N.V. De Gerlachekaai 20 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 (0)3 2474411 F +32 (0)3 2474409 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.euronav.com Euronav Ship Management Hellas Ltd. 69, AktiMiaouli 18537 Piraeus Greece T +30 (0)210 4558000 F +30 (0)210 4558010 E email@example.com I www.euronav.com Exmar N.V. De Gerlachekaai 20 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2475611 F +32 3 2482740 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.exmar.be F Fairmount Marine B.V. P.O. Box 30239 3001 DE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2402500 F +31 (0)10 2402599 E email@example.com I www.fairmount.nl Fairplay Towage B.V. Terwenakker 42-44 3011 XS Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4112999 F +31 (0)10 2800016 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.fairplay-towage.com Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. P.O. Box 2225 3000 CE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4035333 F +31 (0)10 4035344 E email@example.com I www.fairstar.com Fast Lines Belgium N.V. Ernest van Dijckkaai 15-17 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2135272 F +32 3 2135275 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.fast-lines.com
Flagship Management Company B.V. P.O. Box 86 9930 AB Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 633944 F +31 (0)596 633949 E email@example.com I www.mfmarinedivision.nl Flinter P.O. Box 349 2990 AH Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2921777 F +31 (0)10 2921775 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.flinter.nl Fugro N.V. Veurse Achterweg 10 2264 SG Leidschendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 3111422 F +31 (0)70 3202703 E email@example.com I www.fugro.com G Gefonzo B.V. Kerkstraat 7 4351 AK Veere The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 507777 F +31 (0)118 507770 Gemeentelijk Havenbedrijf Antwerpen, Sleepbedrijf Haven 602, Blauwhoefstraat 11 B-2040 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 (0)3 2296711 F +32 (0)3 2296710 E firstname.lastname@example.org Geuze Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 38 4690 AA Tholen The Netherlands T +31 (0)166 612623 F +31 (0)166 617426 E email@example.com GloMar Shipmanagement B.V. Het Nieuwe Diep 34-A3 1781 AD Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 525030 F +31 (0)223 683372 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.gn-ships.com Rederij Groen B.V. Dr. Lelykade 10 2583 CL Scheveningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 3553588 F +31 (0)70 3227544 E email@example.com I www.rederijgroen.nl H Hakvoort Transport Shipping B.V. Westwal 11 8321 WG Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 685358 F +31 (0)527 684041 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hakvoort-ts.com
Hanzestad Hijstransport B.V. Sluiskade 23 9601 LA Hoogezand The Netherlands T +31 (0)598 393708/396444 F +31 (0)598 396738 Hartel Shipping & Chartering B.V. P.O. Box 509 3233 ZK Oostvoorne The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 486222 F +31 (0)181 486152 E email@example.com I www.hartel.nl Hartman Seatrade C.V. Damlaan 14 8321 XC Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 686008 F +31 (0)527 617452 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hartmanseatrade.com Heerema Marine Contractors B.V. P.O. Box 9321 2300 PH Leiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)71 5799000 F +31 (0)71 5799099 E email@example.com I www.heerema.com Holland America Line N.V. P.O. Box 23378 3001 KJ Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 601818 F +31 (0)181 601819 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hollandamerica.com Holland Maas Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 59235 3008 PE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4913400 F +31 (0)10 4913410 E email@example.com I www.holland-maas.nl Holland Ship Service – CEC Shipmanagement NL B.V. ‘s Gravenweg 37B 2901 LA Capelle aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4368877 F +31 (0)10 4368879 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hollandshipservice.nl Holwerda Shipmanagement B.V. P.O. Box 54 8440 AB Heerenveen The Netherlands T +31 (0)513 636305 F +31 (0)513 632034 E info@HolwerdaShip.com I www.HolwerdaShip.com Hudig & Veder B.V. P.O. Box 1030 3160 AE Rhoon The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 5066600 F +3110 5019684 E email@example.com I www.hudig.com Hunze Lloyd B.V. P.O. Box 1 9680 AA Midwolda The Netherlands T +31 (0)597 551753 / 551567 F +31 (0)84 7162441 HvS Dredging Support B.V. Noorderhaven 96 8861 AR Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 413588 F +31 (0)517 416352 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hvsds.nl
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USEFUL ADDRESSES I International Transport Contractors B.V. P.O. Box 19 2100 AA Heemstede The Netherlands T +31 (0)23 5485200 F +31 (0)23 5485252 E email@example.com I www.itctowage.com J Jan De Nul N.V. Tragel 60 B-9308 Hofstade-Aalst Belgium T +32 53 731711 F +32 53 781760 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.jandenul.com Jo Tankers B.V. P.O. Box 214 3200 AE Spijkenisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 691234 F +31 (0)181 617762 E email@example.com I www.jotankers.com JR Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 3 8860 AA Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 431225 F +31 (0)517 431720 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.jrshipping.nl K Kahn Scheepvaart B.V. P.O. Box 23016 3001 KA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4134630 F +31 (0)10 4334624 E email@example.com I www.kahn.nl Kamp B.V. Bagger & Aannemingsmaatschappij van der P.O. Box 146 8000 AC Zwolle The Netherlands T +31 (0)38 4217547 F +31 (0)38 4215975 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vanderkampbv.nl Kapitein & Zoon, A.J. Wijk 1 – 39 8321 EL Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 683766 F +31 (0)527 682435 Kleimar N.V. Suikerrui 5 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 (0)3 4010000 Koerts International Towing Service B.V. P.O. Box 29 9900 AA Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 617884 F +31 (0)596 611850 E Jan@Koerts-its.eu Koninklijke N.V. Texels Eigen Stoomboot Onderneming (TESO) Pontweg 1 1797 SN Den Hoorn The Netherlands T +31 (0)222 369600 F +31 (0)222 369659 E email@example.com I www.teso.nl Koninklijke van der Wees Watertransporten B.V. P.O. Box 629 3300 AP Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6482665 F +31 (0)78 6132596 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vanderwees.nl
Koole Tanktransport B.V. Sluispolderweg 48 1505 HK Zaandam The Netherlands T +31 (0)75 6812812 F +31 (0)75 6812811 E email@example.com I www.koole.com Kooy Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 140 2640 AC Pijnacker The Netherlands T +31 (0)15 3694240 F +31 (0)15 3697871 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vdkooy.nl Kornet & Zonen B.V. P.O. Box 190 4250 DD Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 501439 F +31 (0)183 504819 E email@example.com I www.rederijkornet.nl Kotug International B.V. P.O. Box 22002 3003 DA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2170217 F +31 (0)10 2170216 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.kotug.nl Kustvaart Harlingen B.V. P.O. Box 22 8860 AA Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 433717 F +31 (0)517 434753 E email@example.com L La Ligne Ocean Indien S.A. 10, rue Albert 1er B-6280 Gerpinnes Belgium Landfall Transport & Towage B.V. Prinsenweer 25 3363 JK Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 423440 F +31 (0)184 414015 E firstname.lastname@example.org Lauranne Shipping B.V. Wervenweg 1 4551 MC Sas van Gent The Netherlands T +31 (0)115 472151 F +31 (0)115 473144 E email@example.com I www.lauranne-shipping.com M Maersk Ship Management B.V. P.O. Box 240 3000 DH Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4007666 F +31 (0)10 4405500 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.maerskshipmanagement.com Marin Ship Management B.V. P.O. Box 121 9930 AC Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 633922 F +31 (0)596 633929 I www.mfmarinedivision.nl Maritec N.V. Ernest van Dijckkaai 10 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2139023 F +32 3 2339350 E email@example.com Moerman, B.V. Kustvaartbedrijf Boelewerf 16 2987 VD Ridderkerk The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 482777 F +31 (0)180 482775 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.kvbmoerman.nl
MOL Ship Management (Europe) B.V. Louis Pasteurstraat 8 3261 LZ Oud-Beijerland The Netherlands T +31 (0)186 637020 F +31 (0)186 636721 E email@example.com MPI Offshore Ltd. Resolution House, 18, Ellerbeck Court TS9 5PT Middlesborough United Kingdom T +44 1642 742200 F +44 1642 714921 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.mpi-offshore.com Rederij T. Muller B.V. P.O. Box 400 3300 AK Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6392000 F +31 (0)78 6392019 E email@example.com I www.muller-dordrecht.nl Multraship B.V. P.O. Box 72 4530 AB Terneuzen The Netherlands T +31 (0)115 645000 F +31 (0)115 645001 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.multraship.nl N Navigia Shipmanagement B.V. P.O. Box 1447 9701 BK Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 3116410 F +31 (0)50 3116740 E email@example.com I www.naviga.nl Nederlands Loodswezen B.V. P.O. Box 830 3000 AV Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4000500 F +31 (0)10 4115588 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.loodswezen.nl Neptune Marine Service B.V. Rivierdijk 458 3372 BW Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 621423 F +31 (0)184 612741 E email@example.com I www.neptunemarineservice.nl Nile Dutch Africa Line B.V. P.O. Box 21032 3001 AA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2818283 F +31 (0)10 2818200 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.niledutch.com Nirint Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 3281 3003 AG Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2662530 F +31 (0)10 2662536 E email@example.com I www.nirint.com NMA Maritime & Offshore Contractors B.V. P.O. Box 5019 3008 AA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2404777 F +31 (0)10 2404788 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.nmamaritime.com NMT Fleet Management B.V. Modemstraat 1 1033 RW Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 6304730 F +31 (0)20 4930718 E email@example.com I www.nmtshipping.com
Noordzeezand B.V. P.O. Box 12 8860 AA Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 496100 F +31 (0)517 418277 Rederij Noordgat VoF Burgemeester Swaanstraat 5 8881 AG Terschelling The Netherlands T +31 (0)562 443044 F +31 (0)562 442940 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.noordgat.nl Norfolkline B.V. P.O. Box 84214 2508 AE Scheveningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 3527400 F +31 (0)70 3527435 E email@example.com I www.norfolkline.com Normed International B.V. Droogdokweg 71 3089 JN Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2640720 F +31 (0)10 4421957 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.normedline.com NYKI Shipping B.V. Slotsedijk 199 3161 PG Rhoon The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2436743 F +31 (0)10 2439407 E email@example.com I www.vwnyki.nl O Oceanwide Expeditions B.V. Bellamypark 9 4381 CG Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 410410 F +31 (0)118 410417 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.oceanwide-expeditions.com Van Oord N.V. P.O. Box 8574 3009 AN Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4478444 F +31 (0)10 4478100 E email@example.com I www.vanoord.com Oost Atlantic Lijn B.V. P.O. Box 639 3195 ZG Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2314444 F +31 (0)10 4256021 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.oal.nl P P&O North Sea Ferries P.O. Box 1123 3180 AC Europoort The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 255500 Pot Scheepvaart B.V. Handelskade West 28A 9934 AA Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 617744 F +31 (0)596 618836 E email@example.com Pro Shipping B.V. Galjoenstraat 17 1784 RA Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 628713 F +31 (0)223 660808 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.proshipping.nl
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Q Q-Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 2520 3170 BA Rhoon The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4403610 F +31 (0)10 4403620 E email@example.com I www.qshipping.nl R Reider Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 1038 9670 EA Winschoten The Netherlands T +31 (0)597 595400 F +31 (0)597 595449 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.reidershipping.nl RollDock B.V. Fascinatio Boulevard 742 2909 VA Capelle a/d IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2701450 F +31 (0)10 2701451 E email@example.com I www.rolldock.com S Safmarine Container Lines N.V. De Gerlachekaai 20 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2444545 F +32 3 2444840 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.safmarine.be Sam Shipping B.V. Kazernestraat 9 3351 AG Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6428220 F +31 (0)78 6428279 E email@example.com I www.samshipping.nl Scelveringhe Scheepvaart B.V. P.O. Box 238 3300 AE Yerseke The Netherlands T +31 (0)113 574458 F +31 (0)113 574316 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepvaartbedrijf W. van Laar B.V. Binnenkalkhaven 201 3311 JC Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6390777 F +31 (0)78 6390722 Seaarland Shipping Management B.V. Delflandlaan 1-12 1062 AE Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 3468410 E email@example.com I www.seaarland.nl Seacontractors B.V. Bellamypark 48 4381 CK Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 410520 F +31 (0)118 410877 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.seacontractors.com SeaMar Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 590 1780 AN Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 683050 F +31 (0)223 625733 E email@example.com I www.seamar.nl Seateam Subsea Support B.V. Het Nieuwe Werk 49 1781 AK Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 627374 F +31 (0)223 628491
Seatrade Groningen B.V. P.O. Box 858 9700 AW Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 5215300 F +31 (0)50 5215399 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.seatrade.nl Seaway Heavy Lifting Engineering B.V. Albert Einsteinlaan 50 2719 ER Zoetermeer The Netherlands T +31 (0)79 3631100 F +31 (0)79 3637799 E email@example.com I www.shl.nl SIMA Charters B.V. Het Ambacht 19 3155 AK Maasland The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4346387 F +31 (0)10 2341424 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.simacharters.com Rederij Sirenia Zalm 56 2986 PD Ridderkerk The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 423380 F +31 (0)180 432722 E email@example.com Sleepdienst B. Iskes & Zoon B.V. Min. van Houtenlaan 108 1981 EK Ymuiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)255 510182 F +31 (0)255 537021 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.iskestugs.nl Sleepdienst Scheveningen VoF Statenlaan 156 2582 GX Scheveningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)70 3548854 F +31 (0)70 3550650 E email@example.com I www.sleepdienst-scheveningen.nl Sleepvaartbedrijf Herman Sr. B.V. Anjerstraat 73 3333 GC Zwijndrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6192507 F +31 (0)78 6193264 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.hermansr.nl SMIT (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 23, Gull Road, Jurong 629356 Singapore Singapore T +65 6684222 F +65 6684333 SMIT Amandla Marine Pty. Ltd. 31, Carlisle Street 7405 Cape Town South Afrika SMIT Harbour Towage Canada Inc. 2285, Commissioner Street V5L 1A8 Vancouver B.C. Canada T +1 604 255 1133 F +1 604 251 0213 SMIT Harbour Towage Westminster Inc. 617-713, Columbia Street V3M 1B2 Westminster B.C. Canada T +1 604 522 4604 SMIT Marine Canada Inc.,Vancouver P.O.Box 3650 V6B 3Y8 Vancouver B.C. Canada T +1 604 255 1133 F +1 604 251 0213 SNRH Societe Nouvelle de Remorquage B.P. 11167 F-76063 Le Havre France T +33 (0)2 35261781 F +33 (0)2 35303030 E email@example.com I www.snrh-lehavre.com
Sobelmar Shipping N.V. Bredalaan 405 B-2930 Brasschaat Belgium T +32 3 6501500 F +32 3 6501509 E firstname.lastname@example.org Soetermeer Fekkes’ Cargadoorskantoor B.V. P.O. Box 168 3330 AD Zwijndrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6251900 F +31 (0)78 6251925 E email@example.com I www.sfck.nl G. Somers Esmoreitlaan 3/55 B-2050 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 (0)3 2195934 F +32 (0)3 2197630 E firstname.lastname@example.org Spliethoff B.V. P.O. Box 409 1000 AK Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 4488400 F +31 (0)20 4488500 E email@example.com I www.spliethoff.com Rederij Clipper ‘Stad Amsterdam’ P.O. Box 12600 1100 AP Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 5691389 F +31 (0)20 5691720 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.stadamsterdam.nl Rederij H. Steenstra Lier 19 8281 MR Genemuiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)38 3855990 F +31 (0)38 3855084 Stemat B.V. P.O. Box 54511 3008 KA Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2996555 F +31 (0)10 2996543 E email@example.com I www.stemat.com Stena Line B.V. P.O. Box 2 3150 AA Hoek van Holland The Netherlands T +31 (0)174 389333 F +31 (0)174 389309 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.stenaline.com Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group B.V. P.O. Box 23213 3001 KE Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2996666 F +31 (0)10 2996665 Subsea Seven B.V. Boompjes 40 3011 XB Rotterdam The Netherlands E email@example.com I www.subsea7.nl Svitzer Amsterdam B.V. Westerduinweg 3 1976 BV IJmuiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)255 562666 F +31 (0)255 562700 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.svitzer.com Svitzer Ocean Towage B.V. Jupiterstraat 33 2132 HC Hoofddorp The Netherlands T +31 (0)255 562711 F +31 (0)23 5511896 E email@example.com I www.svitzer.com
T Tasman Orient Line B.V. P.O. Box 21153 3001 AD Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2135584 F +31 (0)10 2133867 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.tasmanorient.co.nz Theodora Tanker Services B.V. P.O. Box 617 3300 AP Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6391030 F +31 (0)78 6180660 E email@example.com I www.theodora.nl Tideway B.V. P.O. Box 7074 4800 GB Breda The Netherlands T +31 (0)76 5204140 F +31 (0)76 5204150 E firstname.lastname@example.org Transeuropa Ferries N.V. Slijkensesteenweg 2 B-8400 Oostende Belgium T +32 59 340260 F +32 59 340261 E email@example.com I www.transeuropaferries.com TransPetrol Services N.V. P.O. Box 2 Brussel Belgium T +32 2 6720200/6602805 F +32 2 6755257 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.transpetrol.com Transship Management C.V. (Intersee) P.O. Box 1033 7801 BA Emmen The Netherlands T +31 (0)591 392280 F +31 (0)591 392281 E email@example.com I www.transship.nl Trireme Vessel Management N.V. Zeevaartstraat 3 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 2321125 F +32 3 2318468 E firstname.lastname@example.org Tristar Shipping B.V. Leidijk 1B 8434 NC Waskemeer The Netherlands T +31 (0)516 420277 F +31 (0)516 420877 E email@example.com I www.tristarshipping.com Triton Schiffahrts GmbH Hafenstrasse 6 D-26789 Leer Germany T +49 491 927610 F +49 491 9276122 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.reedereitriton.de A. Tuinman & Zoon Sleepbedrijf V.o.F. Nieuwe Vissershaven 11 8861 NX Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 412854 E email@example.com I www.sleepdienst-tuinman.nl U Van Uden Maritiem B.V. P.O. Box 1123 3000 BC Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2973100 F +31 (0)10 4851044 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.van-uden.nl
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Unifleet B.V. Olympiade 3A 2924 AL Krimpen aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 445888 F +31 (0)180 553737 E email@example.com I www.unifleet.nl
Vroon Offshore Services B.V. P.O. Box 432 1780 AK Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 673800 F +31 (0)223 673899 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vroonoffshore.com
UniSea Shipping B.V. Alexanderstraat 2-1 8606 VP Sneek The Netherlands T +31 (0)515 433664 F +31 (0)515 460277 E email@example.com I www.uniseashipping.com
W W & R Shipping B.V. Sluisjesdijk 141 3087 AG Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4443365 F +31 (0)10 4443342 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.wrshipping.nl
Unity Chartering (UCS) B.V. Ketelweg 33c 3356 LD Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6449030 F +31 (0)78 6440580 E email@example.com I www.ucs.nl Universal Africa Lines P.O. Box 889 2900 AW Capelle aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2020111 F +31 (0)10 2020619 Universal Marine B.V. P.O. Box 85 2920 AB Krimpen aan den IJssel The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 545166 F +31 (0)180 545161 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.universalmarine.nl URS België N.V. Italiëlei 3, bus 2 B-2000 Antwerpen Belgium T +32 3 5451120 F +32 3 5417007 E email@example.com I www.urs.be URS Nederland B.V. P.O. Box 23 4530 AA Terneuzen The Netherlands T +31 (0)115 683200 F +31 (0)115 683204 E firstname.lastname@example.org V Vertom Scheepvaart- en Handelmaatschappij B.V. Posbus 224 3190 AE Rhoon The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2858585 F +31 (0)10 2858580 Viegers & Zoon Schoutsland 23 1619 DM Andijk The Netherlands T +31 (0)228 592303 F +31 (0)228 593703 E email@example.com I www.viegers-tugs.nl L.H. Visser & Zoon Nieuwschild 13 1794 GG Oosterend The Netherlands T +31 (0)222 318707/315766 F +31 (0)222 318708 Vroon B.V. P.O. Box 28 4510 AA Breskens The Netherlands T +31 (0)117 384910 F +31 (0)117 384218 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.vroon.nl
Wagenborg Passagiersdiensten B.V. P.O. Box 70 9163 ZM Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)519 546111 F +31 (0)519 542905 E email@example.com Wagenborg Shipping B.V. P.O. Box 14 9930 AA Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 636911 F +31 (0)596 613581 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.wagenborg.nl Wagenborg Sleepdienst B.V. P.O. Box 14 9930 AA Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 636911 F +31 (0)596 636250 E email@example.com I www.wagenborg.com Van Wijngaarden Marine Services B.V. P.O. Box 165 3360 AD Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 490244 F +31 (0)184 490265 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.wijngaarden.com Wijnne & Barends B.V. P.O. Box 123 9930 AC Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 637777 F +31 (0)596 637790 E email@example.com I www.wijnne-barends.nl Wind Worldwide Shipping Dijkweg 21 9905 TD Holwierde The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 627600 / +31 (0)72 5193250 F +31 (0)596 620160 / +31 (0)72 5193260 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.wind.nl WMS Shipping B.V. Stedumermaar 10 9735 AC Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 5470090 F +31 (0)50 5470099 E email@example.com I www.wms-shipping.com Workships Contractors B.V. K.P. van der Mandelelaan 34 3062 MB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4530377 F +31 (0)10 4530524 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.workships.nl World Marine Support B.V. P.O. Box 766 1780 AT Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 684120 F +31 (0)223 684121 E email@example.com
Shipyards Benelux A Akerboom Yacht Equipment Hoge Morsweg 113a, Leiden P.O. Box 260, 2300 AG Leiden The Netherlands T +31 (0)71 5761600 F +31 (0)71 5312904 E firstname.lastname@example.org Alblasserdam Yachtbuilding B.V. Zuiderstek 40 P.O. Box 20, 2950 AA Alblasserdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6995399 F +31 (0)78 6995398 E email@example.com Werf Alblasserdam B.V. Zuiderstek 30 P.O. Box 77, 2950 AB Alblasserdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6913700 F +31 (0)78 6913514 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepswerf & Machinefabriek ‘t Ambacht B.V. Nieuwe Bosweg 4 P.O. Box 14, 3340 AA Hendrik Ido Ambacht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6814177 F +31 (0)78 6815056 E email@example.com Amels B.V. Koningsweg 2 P.O. Box 84, 4380 AB Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 485002 F +31 (0)118 485004 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepsbouwbedrijf Het Anker Veerweg 59a 3341 LR Hendrik Ido Ambacht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6812551 F +31 (0)78 6821446 E email@example.com Antwerp Shiprepair N.V. Haven 403 Industrieweg 11, 2030 Antwerp Belgium The Netherlands T + 32 3 5401211 F + 32 3 5401200 E firstname.lastname@example.org B Barkmeijer Stroobos B.V. Hellingstraat 10, 9872 PT Stroobos The Netherlands T +31 (0)512-351201 F +31 (0)512-352495 E email@example.com Bodewes Binnenvaart B.V. Rijndijk 19, Millingen aan de Rijn P.O. Box 35 6566 ZG Millingen aan de Rijn The Netherlands T +31 (0)481 438238 F +31 (0)481 433166 E firstname.lastname@example.org Bodewes Shipyards B.V. Werfkade 22, Hoogezand P.O. Box 32, 9600 AA Hoogezand The Netherlands T +31 (0)598 393131 F +31 (0)598 399609 E email@example.com Gebr. G. & H. Bodewes B.V. Van Nahuysweg 8, Hasselt P.O. Box 1, 8060 AA Hasselt The Netherlands T +31 (0)38 4771215 F +31 (0)38 4773492 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepswerf L.J. Boer Sliedrecht B.V. Industrieweg 18, 3361 HJ Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 412303 F +31 (0)184 420165 E email@example.com
Scheepswerf Jac. den Breejen B.V. Havenstraat 7 P.O. Box 528 3370 BA Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 676140 F +31 (0)184 676160 E firstname.lastname@example.org Breko Nieuwbouw B.V. Scheepvaartweg 3b P.O. Box 6, 3350 AA Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6416868 F +31 (0)78 6416869 E email@example.com Breko Reparatie B.V. Scheepvaartweg 9 P.O. Box 6, 3350 AA Papendrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6416868 F +31 (0)78 6416851 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepsbouw- en Reparatiewerf C. Buitendijk B.V. Frankepad 13 3341 LV Hendrik Ido Ambacht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6812866 F +31 (0)78 6813357 E email@example.com Bijlsma Shipyard B.V. Sluisweg 13-16, Lemmer P.O. Box 83, 8530 AB Lemmer The Netherlands T +31 (0)514 568550 F +31 (0)514 562165 E firstname.lastname@example.org C Ceelen Shipyard B.V. Greunsweg 21 P.O. Box 7594, 8903 JM Leeuwarden The Netherlands T +31 (0)58 2332270 F +31 (0)58 2168613 E email@example.com Central Industry Group N.V. Osloweg 110 P.O. Box 760, 9700 AT Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 5753995 F +31 (0)50 5753996 E firstname.lastname@example.org Conoship International B.V. Leonard Springerlaan 9 P.O. Box 6029, 9702 HA Groningen The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 5268822 F +31 (0)50 5252223 E email@example.com D Damen Dredging Equipment Edisonstraat 32, Nijkerk P.O. Box 1021, 3861 NE Nijkerk The Netherlands T +31 (0)33 2474040 F +31 (0)33 2474060 E firstname.lastname@example.org Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam B.V. Adm. de Ruyterstraat 24 (haven 550) P.O. Box 22, 3100 AA Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2041222 F +31 (0)10 4732577 E email@example.com Van Brink Rotterdam Pastoriestraat 1 (haven 2820) Pernis P.O. Box 5502, 3008 AM Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2995300 F +31 (0)10 4295923 E firstname.lastname@example.org Damen Shipyards Bergum Industrieterrein Zuid Damsingel 4, Suameer P.O. Box 7, 9250 AA Bergum The Netherlands T +31 (0)511 467222 F +31 (0)511 464259 E email@example.com
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Damen Shipyards Gorinchem Avelingen-West 20, Gorinchem P.O. Box 1, 4200 AA Gorinchem The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 639911 F +31 (0)183 632189 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheepswerf Hoogerwaard B.V. Ophemertstraat 43, 3089 JD Rotterdam (haven 2510) The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4290888 F +31 (0)10 4950727 E email@example.com
Damen Shipyards Group Avelingen-West 20, Gorinchem P.O. Box 1, 4200 AA Gorinchem The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 639222 F +31 (0)183 632189 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheepswerf De Hoop Foxhol B.V. Scheepswervenweg 13, 9607 PX Foxhol The Netherlands T +31 (0)598 399450 F +31 (0)598 343150 E email@example.com
Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld Rivierdijk 544, Hardinxveld-Giessendam P.O. Box 60 3370 AB Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 613088 F +31 (0)184 617793 E firstname.lastname@example.org F Scheepswerf Ferus Smit B.V. Scheepswervenweg 7, Westerbroek P.O. Box 147, 9600 AC Hoogezand The Netherlands T +31 (0)50 4042555 F +31 (0)50 4042500 E email@example.com G Scheepswerf Geertman B.V. Het Bosch 12, Zwartsluis P.O. Box 24, 8064 ZG Zwartsluis The Netherlands T +31 (0)38 3867172 F +31 (0)38 3867519 E firstname.lastname@example.org Scheepswerf Gelria B.V. Handelsweg 75 6541 CS Nijmegen The Netherlands T +31 (0)24 3770717 F +31 (0)24 3786001 E email@example.com Scheepswerf Grave B.V. Maaskade 28, Grave P.O. Box 52, 5360 AB Grave The Netherlands T +31 (0)486 472464 F +31 (0)486 475988 E firstname.lastname@example.org Van Grevenstein’s Scheepswerf B.V. Noord 49, Krimpen aan de Lek P.O. Box 2015 2930 AA Krimpen aan de Lek The Netherlands T +31 (0)180 512200 F +31 (0)180 518658 E email@example.com H Scheepsafbouwbedrijf Hasselt B.V. Cellemuiden 44, Hasselt P.O. Box 4, 8060 AA Hasselt The Netherlands T +31 (0)384 771303 F +31 (0)348 772497 E firstname.lastname@example.org Heesen Yacht Builders B.V. Rijnstraat 2, Oss P.O. Box 8, 5340 AA Oss The Netherlands T +31 (0)412 665544 F +31 (0)412 665566 E email@example.com Scheepswerf Hoebée B.V. Merwedestraat 56, Dordrecht P.O. Box 293, 3300 AG Dordrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6130088 F +31 (0)78 6149288 E firstname.lastname@example.org Hoekman Shipbuilding B.V. Klifkade 15, Urk P.O. Box 32, 8320 AA Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 681788 F +31 (0)527 684921 E email@example.com
Scheepswerf De Hoop Lobith B.V. Bijlandseweg 17-19, Tolkamer P.O. Box 12, 6915 ZG Lobith The Netherlands T +31 (0)316 541641 F +31 (0)316 542322 E firstname.lastname@example.org Royal Huisman Shipyard B.V. Flevoweg 1, Vollenhove P.O. Box 23, 8325 ZG Vollenhove The Netherlands T +31 (0)527 243131 F +31 (0)527 243800 E email@example.com I Icon Yachts B.V. Lijnbaan 7 en 11 8861 NW Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 494600 F +31 (0)517 494699 E firstname.lastname@example.org IHC Merwede B.V. Molendijk 94, Sliedrecht P.O. Box 204, 3360 AE Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 411555 F +31 (0)184 411884 E email@example.com IHC Beaver Dredgers B.V. Molendijk 94, Sliedrecht P.O. Box 204, 3360 AA Sliedrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 411555 F +31 (0)184 411705 E firstname.lastname@example.org IHC Dredgers B.V. Locatie IHC Alblas Smitweg 6, Kinderdijk P.O. Box 1, 2961 AW Kinderdijk The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6910911 F +31 (0)78 6913866 E email@example.com IHC Parts & Services B.V. Smitweg 6, Kinderdijk P.O. Box 50, 2960 AB Kinderdijk T +31 (0)78 6910911 F +31 (0)78 6910439 E firstname.lastname@example.org Instalho B.V. Scheepsbouw Beatrixhaven 13, 4251 NK Werkendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 503111 F +31 (0)183 503132 E email@example.com Intervak B.V. De Boterton 7 8861 KC Harlingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 418138 F +31 (0)517 433284 E firstname.lastname@example.org J Jongert B.V. Kluisgat 1, 1771 MV Wieringerwerf The Netherlands T +31 (0)227 542544 F +31 (0)227 541246 E email@example.com
K B.V. Scheepswerf De Kaap Kaapweg 4, Ind. terrein ‘Oevers A’, Meppel P.O. Box 100, 7940 AC Meppel The Netherlands T +31 (0)522 270013 F +31 (0)522 262254 E firstname.lastname@example.org
N Nederlof Scheepsbouw B.V. Rivierkade 1, Geertruidenberg P.O. Box 48, 4930 AA Geertruidenberg The Netherlands T +31 (0)162 512290 F +31 (0)162 517764 E email@example.com
Keppel Verolme B.V. Prof. Gerbrandyweg 25, Rotterdam-Botlek (haven 4550) P.O. Box 1001, 3180 AA Rozenburg The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 234300 F +31 (0)181 234346 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicoverken Holland B.V. Algerastraat 20, 3125 BS Schiedam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 2380999 F +31 (0)10 2380988 E email@example.com
Gebr. Kooiman B.V. Scheepswerf en Machinefabriek Lindtsedijk 84, 3336 LE Zwijndrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6100477 F +31 (0)78 6100039 E firstname.lastname@example.org Kuipers Shipyard Wymbritseradiel B.V. De Zwaan 10, 8551 RK Woudsend P.O. Box 31, 8560 AA Balk The Netherlands T +31 (0)514 592406 F +31 (0)514 592483 E email@example.com
Scheepsreparatie en Constructiebedrijf H. Niessen B.V. Noordpark 1, Zwijndrecht P.O. Box 188, 3330 AD Zwijndrecht The Netherlands T +31 (0)78 6124833 F +31 (0)78 6195342 E firstname.lastname@example.org Koninklijke Niestern Sander B.V. Venjelaan 6, Farmsum/Delfzijl P.O. Box 108, 9930 AC Delfzijl The Netherlands T +31 (0)596 649400 F +31 (0)596 649402 E email@example.com
L Royal Van Lent Shipyard B.V. Julianalaan 3, 2159 LA Kaag The Netherlands T +31 (0)252 547123 F +31 (0)252 544341 E firstname.lastname@example.org
O Oranjewerf Scheepsreparatie B.V. Nieuwendammerdijk 542, Amsterdam P.O. Box 37050, 1030 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 6347511 F +31 (0)20 6347533 E email@example.com
Scheepswerf Wout Liezen B.V. Steenwijkerstraatweg 80, 7942 HR Meppel The Netherlands T +31 (0)522 252048 F +31 (0)522 258705 E firstname.lastname@example.org
P Machinefabriek Padmos Bruinisse B.V. Havenkade 12, 4311 BA Bruinisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)111 481551 F +31 (0)111 481317
Luyt Groep B.V. Nijverheidsstraat 1, Den Oever P.O. Box 1, 1779 ZG Den Oever The Netherlands T +31 (0)227 512341 F +31 (0)227 512148 E email@example.com
Dokmaatschappij Padmos Stellendam B.V. Deltahaven 18, Stellendam P.O. Box 23, 3250 AA Stellendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)187 498020 F +31 (0)187 498051 E firstname.lastname@example.org
M Maatschappij De Maas B.V. Heijplaatstraat 21 (haven 2600) Rotterdam P.O. Box 54560, 3008 KB Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4872111 F +31 (0)10 4872100 E email@example.com
Scheepswerf Peters B.V. Haatlandhaven 1, Kampen P.O. Box 291, 8260 AG Kampen The Netherlands T +31 (0)38 3315023 F +31 (0)38 3325184 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheepswerf en Machinefabriek ‘Maasbracht’ N.V. Bunkerhaven 5, Maasbracht P.O. Box 7002, 6050 AA Maasbracht The Netherlands T +31 (0)475 465555 F +31 (0)475 465468 E email@example.com Maaskant Bruinisse B.V. Havenkade 14, Bruinisse P.O. Box 9, 4310 AA Bruinisse The Netherlands T +31 (0)111 485450 F +31 (0)111 482390 E firstname.lastname@example.org Merwede Shipyard B.V. Rivierdijk 586, Hardinxveld-Giessendam P.O. Box 5, 3370 AA Hardinxveld-Giessendam The Netherlands T +31 (0)184 677300 F +31 (0)184 677301 E email@example.com Moonen Shipyards bv Graaf van Solmsweg 52F, 5222 BP ‘s-Hertogenbosch P.O. Box 3186, 5203 DD ‘s-Hertogenbosch The Netherlands T +31 (0)73 6210094 F +31 (0)73 6219460 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.moonen.com
Scheepswerf Reimerswaal Kaai, 4417 ES Hansweert P.O. Box 15, 4417 ZG Hansweert T +31 (0)113 383021 F +31 (0)113 383421 E email@example.com Progress Technique B.V. Harregatplein 15, 3214 VP Zuidland The Netherlands T +31 (0)181 454609 F +31 (0)181 454912 E firstname.lastname@example.org S Koninklijke Schelde Groep B.V. Glacisstraat 165, Vlissingen P.O. Box 16, 4380 AA Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 483911 F +31 (0)118 482391 E email@example.com Schelde Marinebouw B.V. Glacisstraat 165, Vlissingen P.O. Box 555, 4380 AN Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 485000 F +31 (0)118 485050 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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USEFUL ADDRESSES Scheldepoort B.V. Repair & Conversion Yard Ritthemsestraat 500, Vlissingen-Oost (haven 1010) P.O. Box 565, 4380 AN Vlissingen The Netherlands T +31 (0)118 483000 F +31 (0)118 483010 E email@example.com
T Scheepswerf J. Talsma Franeker B.V. Edisonstraat 15, Franeker P.O. Box 53, 8800 AB Franeker The Netherlands T +31 (0)517 383747 F +31 (0)517 383495 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheepswerf De Schroef B.V. Wervenweg 1, 4551 MC Sas van Gent The Netherlands T +31 (0)115 471659 F +31 (0)115 472619 E email@example.com
Texdok B.V. Heemskerckstraat 36a, Oudeschild P.O. Box 605, 1792 ZG Oudeschild The Netherlands T +31 (0)222 312661 F +31 (0)222 310249 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Serdijn Ship Repair B.V. Drutenstraat 7, 3087 CC Rotterdam (Waalhaven Oost, nr 2224) The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4737400 F +31 (0)10 4737361 E email@example.com
Texdok Urk B.V. Wijk 2-20, Urk P.O. Box 16, 8320 AA Urk The Netherlands T +31 (0)222 312661 F +31 (0)222 310249 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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Scheepswerf Visser B.V. Ankerpark 2, Den Helder P.O. Box 114, 1780 AC Den Helder The Netherlands T +31 (0)223 616641 F +31 (0)223 615391 E firstname.lastname@example.org Volharding Shipyards Scheepswervenweg 1, Westerbroek P.O. Box 70, 9600 AB Hoogezand The Netherlands T +31 (0)598 364800 F +31 (0)598 364810 E email@example.com Scheepswerf Vooruit B.V. Zuiddijk 404, 1505 HE Zaandam The Netherlands T +31 (0)75 6156358 F +31 (0)75 6164259 E firstname.lastname@example.org VOSTA LMG B.V. Klaprozenweg 75e, Amsterdam P.O. Box 37194, 1030 AD Amsterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 4936666 F +31 (0)20 4936670 E email@example.com
Koninklijke De Vries Scheepsbouw B.V. Oosteinderweg 25, Aalsmeer P.O. Box 258, 1430 AG Aalsmeer The Netherlands T +31 (0)297 388900 F +31 (0)297 388901 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Evenementenhal Gorinchem Construction & Shipping Industry Franklinweg 2, 4207 HZ Gorinchem The Netherlands T +31 (0)183 680 680 F +31 (0)183 680 600 I www.evenementenhalgorinchem.nl
De Vries Makkum B.V. Strânwei 6, Makkum P.O. Box 2, 8754 ZN Makkum The Netherlands T +31 (0)515 445700 F +31 (0)515 445701 E email@example.com
Expertise- en InnovatieCentrum Binnenvaart Vasteland 12e P.O. Box 23133 3001 KC Rotterdam The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 798 9830 F +31 (0)10 412 9091 E firstname.lastname@example.org I www.innovatie.binnenvaart.nl
W D. van de Wetering B.V. Bunschotenweg 134, 3089 KC Rotterdam (haven 2696) The Netherlands T +31 (0)10 4943940 F +31 (0)10 4297587 E email@example.com Dok en Scheepsbouw Woudsend B.V. Vosselaan 43, 8551 PZ Woudsend The Netherlands T +31 (0)514 591443 F +31 (0)514 591695 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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