Straatman will participate as an exhibitor at PORTS'22 Conference in Honolulu, Hawaï, from 18 until 21 September 2022. At this international port and harbor development specialty conference you can learn more about our latest development and innovation: The Smart Bollard.
Straatman will deliver 107 pcs of 300T Smart Bollards to Prinses Amaliahaven, the largest construction project in the port of Rotterdam. The first batch is ready and tested in our factory last week for type approval on SWL 300 and 600T load test. The first units will be delivered this year while the complete project will be operational in 2024.
Straatman will participate as an exhibitor at the Gastech Exhibition & Conference. The event will take place from 5 - 8 September 2022 at Fiera Milano in Italy. Visit us at booth 13M01 to learn more about our mooring products and latest developments. We can’t wait to see you there!
The Wilhelmshaven LNG terminal project is located in the North of Germany, along the North Sea coast and will facilitate direct LNG import into the German and European market. For this project, Straatman will supply the complete mooring system
In cooperation with our local representative, Straatman accepted a fantastic order for LNG terminal Paldiski in Lahepere Bay in Estonia. Since the terminal needs to be operational in Q4-2022 the delivery time was one of the main selection points of the local contractor. As Straatman still manufactures most of the parts in-house, we are able to meet this very challenging time schedule.
From mini, to round shaped and supersized. We can offer customized capstans that meet the highest industry standards, as we design and manufacture them at our own facilities. Currently, we are working on three different capstan projects, all specially designed to meet the clients wishes.
A couple of years ago we used our expertise to design remotely operated 250 tons quick release hooks, equipped with a solar powered hydraulic powerpack. These are used by a mega cutter suction dredger on their left and right anchor line pontoons, for safe deployment and operation. The lines are used to move the ship in a left-to-right motion, sweeping their dredging work along the sea or river bed.
Recently we dispatched a Berthing Aid System which is now on the way to our US Refinery Customer in Baytown Texas. The supplied equipment, once installed, measures speed and distance of an approaching vessel and compares the obtained data with pre-programmed allowable values.