Recently the m.v. Finnborg discharged alumina in bulk in the Icelandic port of Grundartanghi.
Wagenborg Nedlift, specialist in the field of horizontal, vertical and heavy transport, has once again expanded its crane fleet. This time, Wagenborg is adding three new Tadanos to its crane fleet: two Tadano HK40s and one Tadano ATF70G-4.
Recently a Ampelmann gangway system was installed on 'Blue Queen', a Walk to Work vessel from the Wagenborg Offshore fleet. With this motion compensated unit offshore crews will be transfered safely from the vessel to unmanned platforms in both Dutch and British waters by NAM and Shell UK in wave heights up to 3.5 meters.
Installing monopiles in the sea has negative effects for underwater life. To protect the underwater world, IHC IQIP developed the Integrated Monopile Installer. This system installs monopiles in accordance with current noise standards, including the standards for German offshore wind projects. Additionally, the Integrated Monopile Installer can be used in different and worse weather conditions than before and has various functions that help to reduce installation time and install the monopiles in an efficient manner. Wagenborg had the honour of loading and unloading the different parts of one of these IHC IQIP systems. A beautiful and versatile project!
On behalf of SOLIDD Steel Structures , Wagenborg replaced the old wooden bridge decks of the bascule bridge and drawbridge at the sea locks in Farmsum with new steel bridge decks. In mid-January the bridge deck of the bascule bridge was replaced and at the end of January the bridge deck of the drawbridge.
Recently the m.v. Reestborg loaded 21,218 tonnes of pipes in the Russian port of Ust Luga. The 2.255 pipes are destined for Samsun in Turkey.
On behalf of Breman Machinery B.V. Wagenborg unloaded a two-part 'up end system' from Seaway Heavy Lifting in IJmuiden in mid-January and placed it in the hall of Breman. Here the system will undergo an update.
Today, the floating crane Triton installed a new accommodation unit on the walk to work vessel 'Blue Queen' from the Wagenborg Offshore fleet. The section was build in the new building location of shipyard Royal Niestern Sander . By means of the floating crane Triton, the tug Waterpoort and Wagenborg Barge 2, the section was transported to the port of Delfzijl.
Although 2018 has already started, here still some pictures of the last voyage of a Wagenborg vessel in 2017. The m .v. Albanyborg loaded project cargo in Antwerp for the US Gulf.
On a semi-submersible offshore drilling âunit a Foxdrill team of five rope access inspectors recently completed a full inspection of the winterization structure.
Wagenborg has ordered 2 new Spierings towercranes. In addition to the 4 recently ordered Spierings SK597-AT4, Wagenborg now invests in the largest type mobile towercranes as well.
Recently the newest Wagenborg tug 'Waterman' arrived for the first time in Eemshaven. During Christmas time, the tug set direction from the Norwegian port of Trondheim to Eemshaven. Here, the tug 60 tonnes bollard pull tug will be deployed for port and sea towage, salvage operations and anchor handling services.
Despite economic challenging times, Royal Wagenborg made big strides in 2017. With a continuous focus on safety, innovation and sustainability, Wagenborg maintains her reputation and is slowly coming out of the storm. As we move into 2018, here is a look back on the biggest stories that moved our company last year.
Last month the m.v. Roerborg made some special voyages in the arctic circle. First the m.v. Roerborg loaded coal in Barentsburg on the Russian arctic island Spitsbergen. This cargo was destined for Gdansk, Poland. One of the next voyages brought the Roerborg back to Russia. This time the vessel loaded petcokes in Archangelsk for Terneuzen.
Recently the m.v. Reestborg loaded alumina in bulk in San Ciprian for the Norwegian port of Mosjøen. After a smooth voyage, the cargo was discharged successfully. Currently, the 23.000 DWT vessel sets direction to Murmansk to load for Heroya.