Wagenborg Towage is proud to announce Jan De Nul Group has chosen our offshore project support for transporting 107 monopile foundations for Gode Wind 3 and Borkum Riffgrund 3 offshore wind farms to Eemshaven. Assisted by the tug ‘WATERLINES’, the first transports arrived in Eemshaven under agency of Wagenborg.
The construction of our third EasyMax is well on schedule, according to Alwin Huisman (Project Coordinator at the Niestern Sander shipyard). HSE Coordinator Alex Groothuis keeps a close eye on safety and Purchaser Johan Beuving has started purchasing thousands of things.
In this edition of the EasyMax news, production manager Mark Brugmans explains the outline of a ship's production process and what role suppliers play in this. Bert Adema (PPG) and Bob Meendering (Eekels TBI) then demonstrate this in practice.
Wagenborg Offshore has signed a long-term agreement with an energy major for the deployment of a multipurpose offshore vessel. The latest addition to the Wagenborg Offshore fleet is a custom-made and specialized offshore vessel that will support subsea activities and decommissioning works in the southern North Sea.
In this edition of the EasyMax journal, we look back on the first successful transport of the first sections. Modular trailer operator Erik Kooij explains how this works in practice. Udo Borger (Newbuilding Superintendent) tells about quality control during the building process and fleet director Theo Klimp has an important announcement to make!
The year 2022 was one of strong performances for Wagenborg and for all business segments. Amid volatile market conditions – the Russian invasion in Ukraine had a significant impact on the world in terms of geopolitics and energy – our business performed well overall, achieving record volumes and providing a vital service to our customers in the face of significant supply chain disruptions. As we move into 2023 and are confident to continue this positive vibe, here is a look back on some stories that moved our company last year.
Wagenborg Shipping and Royal Niestern Sander shipyard have come to an agreement to start the construction of another 14.000 DWT EasyMax vessel. This fourth vessel in the EasyMax series is expected to be delivered in autumn 2024.