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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
In the last quarter of 2019 Straatman succesfully completed the order for 19 sets of quick release mooring hooks and solar system. This big project was executed for 19 Dolphins in the Elbe close to the Finkenwerder area in the port of Hamburg. The complete project consisted of a new-built waiting area for seagoing vessels.Read more
We started off our solar system solutions around 6 years ago, from the port in Rotterdam (Tweede Maasvlakte). We were working on an assignment for a client and needed power supply for the quick release mooring hooks and capstans. Previously, our client would have applied electricity via cables through the water. However, we knew that these cables are prone to extensive damage as the anchors of passing boats can scrape or break them. As a result, repair costs can increase and tasks are interrupted. Also, placing cables via the seabed is a risk full and expensive operation. To minimize all these risks, our engineers developed a solar system for quick release mooring hooks.Read more
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!Read more
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.Read more