Port of Amsterdam signs service and maintenance contract with Straatman

In 2019 we finished commissioning the project for Solar Power Systems and Quick Release Mooring Hooks for the Port of Amsterdam. Because safety is top priority for this port, they decided to sign a service and maintenance contract for these hooks and solar systems. Every 3 months our service engineers will inspect and service all systems and last month we performed the first maintenance at this location.

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Straatman is an official reseller for the products of Navicom Dynamics

We are happy to announce that we are now an official reseller of the products of Navicom Dynamics Limited. We are excited to be adding a quality extension to our own manufactured product portfolio and are confident that the collaboration with Navicom Dynamics brings an added value to our corresponding customers and markets.

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Installation of load monitoring systems on already installed Quick Release Hooks

In 2019 we installed a new project consisting of our award winning Solar power systems combined with Quick Release hook units at the Port of Hamburg. Recently we equipped each Quick Release Hook with a load cell, to measure the mooring loads on the separate hooks. The alarms set by the client, visualization and history of the mooring loads are integrated in our software platform. Once a vessel is moored to the dolphin, the actual load value of each load cell will be sent by LoRa communication. The online dashboard shows the data of the loadcells combined for each dolphin. 

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Alfa Terminal - Poland ready to be commissioned

After the summer of 2019 we have successfully completed and transported an order for quick release mooring hooks and a berthing aid system. Meanwhile our products have been installed by  contractor F+Z Baugesellschaft on the Alfa Terminal in Szczecin - Poland. Our engineers will execute the commissioning and site acceptance tests of this project soon.

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Seasons Holidays

Due to Christmas and New Year, our company will be closed from 23 December 2019 to 1 January 2020. On behalf of all our partners and employees we wish you very happy holidays!

Vanwege de feestdagen zijn wij gesloten van 23 december 2019 tot en met 1 januari 2020. Namens alle medewerkers wensen wij u hele fijne feestdagen!

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Our testing machine: ensuring safety and quality [with video]

On our website and on our blogs, we often mention our testing machine. And with good reason, because we believe that this machine is a crucial part of our production process. Our team tests every hook extensively, so we can guarantee that our clients purchase machines that they can rely on for 100%. But how does this testing process work, and what do we focus on? You will know when you read this blog and watch the video!

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Straatman secures Finkenwerder project in Germany - Port of Hamburg!

Machinefabriek L. Straatman wins order for Finkenwerder project in Germany! We are happy to announce that we have secured a new order for our solar power supply systems in combination with our quick release mooring hooks to be delivered to the Port of Hamburg.

The systems will be installed on 19 Dolphins in the Elbe close to the Finkenwerder area.

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‘In-house production is the only option if you want to guarantee quality’

Straatman is the only producer of Quick Release Mooring Hooks in the world with its own in-house production facility. Sales Manager Maarten Verboom is very adamant about this: ‘If we want to be the market leader in Quick Release Hooks, safeguarding the quality will always be our key concern and this means that, for us, in-house production is the only option.’ To demonstrate this conclusion, Straatman takes us on a tour of the production process. Read this article and discover the unique advantages Straatman offers against a very competitive price.

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Machinefabriek Straatman Voted #1 in the SEXY TOP 5!

Maritiem Nederland recently voted our innovative Solar Systems the Sexiest Energy Transition Project in Europe’s largest port! The Dutch maritime magazine is referring to them as "the face of the harbor".

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