System integration challenge succesfully completed

For one of our customers in the oil market we have completely designed, engineered and manufactured a solar telemetry system for their thirteen mooring buoys. Each buoy will have one solar power system and two quick release mooring hooks.

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Quick release mooring hooks with solar power systems for Port of Rotterdam

Straatman has been awarded to manufacture, supply and install 24 pcs of quick release mooring hooks including solar power systems for the new Ship to Ship berths along the Rozenburg peninsula in the Calandkanaal in the Port of Rotterdam.

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Solar power systems to power beam lights and nautical lights

With our extended experience in applying our Solar-powered and remote monitored systems, we can really provide for any situation. For this project, our customer has asked us to deliver a reliable, robust and durable Solar system to power a Beam light and, more importantly, a Nautical light in ATEX Zone 1 environment. 

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Quick release hooks with solar hydraulic powerpack for mega cutter suction dredger

Sometimes you have a project that makes you aware again of all the possibilities of the products you make. These projects require all your in-house expertise to make the perfect product that meets the customers demand. The project we completed in our factory this week is such a project. 

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Straatman accepts order for Solar powered lighting poles

We are happy to announce that we accepted an order for the design, production and supply of 36 autonomous Solar powered lighting poles for the waiting area of a port in the south of the Netherlands.

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Press release: Green berthing area for Port of Hamburg

A newly-built berthing area in the Elbe River is powered by nineteen solar panels. The panels provide power to quick-release mooring hook units with integrated capstans. Following the Port of Rotterdam, the Port of Hamburg is the second major port to opt for this sustainable solution.

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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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Power buoy for Lekki Terminal Nigeria

Unloading petroleum from a ship to the oil handling storage facility onshore is a complicated process. To be able to do this, the ship can for example moor offshore and the oil can be transferred through pipelines between the offshore mooring facility and the onshore storage terminal.  

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Port of Amsterdam becomes sustainable

In December 2019 we finished commissioning and did a successful site acceptance test for our Solar Systems and Quick Release Mooring Hooks in the Port of Amsterdam. On 8 monopiles in the Buitenspuikanaal in IJmuiden our solar systems and quick release hooks are now in use to the satisfaction of the port operators.

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Solar Systems and Quick Release Hooks for mooring buoys

With a challenging time frame and comprehensive specs, Straatman accepted a fantastic order for the design, production, and supply of mooring buoy equipment. And meanwhile, we are proud to inform you that the main equipment has been completed and has satisfied our client.

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