Earlier this year, Wagenborg put Kasteelborg into service in the Southern North Sea. This Walk-to-Work Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel is after âKroonborg the second Walk to Work vessel within the fleet of Wagenborg Offshore. Last weekend, both vessels had the premiere working together at one offshore platform.
"In all respects a formidable performance. Comprehensive, heavy and carried out from the water, sometimes during very bad weather conditions. It was not for nothing that we paid a great deal of attention to safety during the preparations. This included implementation, training and education. And I only know of one incident during this project; someone who bumped his toe." Harry Oudman, Project Manager at Wagenborg Nedlift, looks back with great satisfaction on the months of renovation of AkzoNobel's loader.
From May 29th until May 31st 2018 Breakbulk Europe 2018 will take place at the Messe Bremen in Germany. Breakbulk Europe 2018 is the largest exhibition & educational forum in Europe addressing the needs of traditional breakbulk and project cargo logistics professionals.
During the ‘ESTA’s Users Night 2018’, ESTA (the European association for abnormal transport and crane rental industry) announced Wagenborg Nedlift as winner in two categories! Wagenborg proudly accepted an ESTA award for the project Pontsteiger Amsterdam (category ‘cranes telescopic lifting capacity >120 t’) and for the project Kirkenes (category ‘SPMT’).
Recently the m.v. Tucana shipped a special cargo from Drammen (Norway) to several locations: four fibre optic cable baskets.
Almost a year after the m.v. Egbert Wagenborg left the port of Delfzijl for her maiden voyage , she has returned to her home port. Ten days ago the Easymax vessel loaded 14.000 tonnes of salt in Tarragona, Spain. Currently, the vessel is discharging at the terminal of Wagenborg Stevedoring.
Recently the m.v. Statiaborg has been equipped cable laying equipment on deck in Martinique.
ESTA (the European association for abnormal transport and crane rental) annually awards the most innovative, complicated or otherwise remarkable crane or transport job with a so-called Esta Award. Mainly a safe and professional completion and client’s satisfaction are important in order to be in the running for an Award in one of the 10 nomination categories. This year, ESTA nominated Wagenborg in 4 categories!
Recently the tugboats Waterman and Waterstroom again entered Eemshaven with a full load of monopiles and transition pieces for the Borkum Riffgrund II project. With this sixth shipment, the project is now halfway.
On a large fixed offshore platform in the Russian Far East, a team of Foxdrill specialists have carried out a dropped object survey of the drilling structure. As it concerns a fully winterized platform also equipped with a device to counter earthquake tremors (A so-called tuned mass damper), this survey is of paramount importance to safety of personnel working onsite.
Today the second walk-to-work ship of Wagenborg Offshore was put into service under the name 'Kasteelborg'. The vessel has been converted from a standard offshore supply vessel to this specialized walk-to-work vessel in just 12 weeks at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard . A performance that both NAM / Shell UK and Wagenborg are proud of.
Last weekend the tugboats Waterman and Waterstroom entered the Eemshaven with Wagenborg Barge 7 with the first load of monopiles and transition pieces for the Borkum Riffgrund II project.
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.