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The people of Hendrik Veder Group understand the stringent regulations regarding lifting, towing, mooring, rigging, and lashing equipment. We provide superior quality products and services that guarantee your safety. Below is an overview of our services. Click on the image to see a specific showcase about the service.

Meet the Team: Leanne Walshaw, Business Development Manager

Representing Hendrik Veder UK throughout England, Sheffield-based Business Development Manager Leanne Walshaw is at the forefront of creating lasting customer relationships. With a diverse sales and business development career across industries, Leanne’s ability to create tailored solutions that integrate evolving industry trends and forecasts is vital to developing the Group’s UK presence. Working closely with customers, Leanne is integral to driving our key messaging across the region and raising awareness of our innovative, sustainable solutions.

Hendrik Veder Group offers solutions on GustoMSC’s significant offshore wind project

Our client, GustoMSC, has engaged us in a spectacular project where they will be replacing the 1200 mt cranes on both the Wind Orca and the Wind Osprey vessels, owned by Cadeler.

Hendrik Veder Group prevents 42,000,000 KG of emissions

Hendrik Veder Group, the provider of products, services, and solutions for steel wire rope and synthetic rope, has announced it has the capability to prevent 42,000,000KG of emissions through its sustainable solutions. Through its ability to recycle steel wire rope, Hendrik Veder Group is expecting to avoid 42,000,000 kilograms of CO2 emissions and aiming to recycle enough steel between 2023 and 2026 that is roughly the equivalent of 950,000 bikes worth of steel – almost twice the number of total bikes that are in Scotland.

Hendrik Veder Group boosts sustainability goals and targets diversification with new offering

The Aberdeen-based workshop of specialist provider of steel wire and fibre rope solutions, products and services, Hendrik Veder Group, is diversifying its offering after a promising Q1 that has set them up to achieve its strategic goals for 2023.  
As the European leader in steel wire and fibre products and services, Hendrik Veder Group has strengthened the capabilities of its Aberdeen office through the growth of its workshop, sales team, and service range. The need for expansion comes after a successful first quarter that has seen the best Q1 turnover in three years thanks to the finalisation of several large-scale projects.

Hendrik Veder Group delivers fully equipped ‘rigging lofts’

Hendrik Veder Group now supplies fully equipped rigging lofts to its client. These are containers filled with equipment that is inspected and certified, so that it can be used immediately. The result is a major boost in sustainability and safety in everyday operations. Hendrik Veder’s solution also includes an online platform that gives Fugro an up-to-the-minute overview of the status, locations and certifications of its lifting equipment.

Meet the Team: Bertwin Zonneveld, Managing Director UK

Based in Hendrik Veder Group’s Aberdeen office amidst the North Sea’s energy industry, Managing Director Bertwin Zonneveld initially joined the Group as Chief Commerical Officer before being appointed as MD during the global pandemic. Since then, Bertwin has helped Hendrik Veder navigate a rapidly evolving industry, becoming an integral part of the Group and strengthening its presence in the UK and defining our aims for the future.

CEO’s KOTUG en Hendrik Veder Group: “Duurzaamheid en groei gaan hand in hand”

KOTUG en Hendrik Veder Group helpen de maritieme, offshore en havensector verduurzamen. In dit dubbelinterview vertellen Ard-Jan Kooren (CEO KOTUG) en Egbert Vennik (CEO Hendrik Veder Group) hoe ze dat aanpakken en hoe innovaties en slim kabelbeheer bedrijven duurzamer en effectiever laten opereren. Volgens Kooren en Vennik gaan groei en duurzaamheid namelijk hand in hand.

AD 3 februari 2022 – ‘Iedere gerecyclede kabel levert een enorme milieuwinst op’

AD 3 februari 2022 – ‘Iedere gerecyclede kabel levert een enorme milieuwinst op’ Lees het hele artikel hier.

Hendrik Veder Group supplies ropes and lifting equipment to Herman Senior

Herman Senior has expanded its fleet of specialised vessels to include the new Shoalbuster 3514. This large working platform has over 60 tonnes of bollard pull, making her an extremely effective asset for anchor handling. Rotterdam-based company Hendrik Veder Group was chosen to be the exclusive supplier for the new ship’s towing, mooring and lifting equipment.

Hier kocht de Ruyter zijn touw – Interview Egbert Vennik

Touwen en staalkabels van Hendrik Veder Group zijn een begrip in de offshore en maritieme sector. Het bedrijf met vestigingen in Rotterdam Aberdeen en Stavanger heeft een historie die teruggaat tot 1545 maar vond zichzelf de afgelopen jaren opnieuw uit. Nu zijn onder meer windparken op zee een groeimarkt waarvoor Hendrik Veder synthetische kabels levert om de enorme molens op te richten.

Hendrik Veder Group helps Saipem with offshore project in Baltic Sea

Saipem, a service provider in the oil and gas industry, has been commissioned with an offshore project in the Baltic Sea. The project involves using ships to lay an underwater gas pipeline of around 275 kilometres in length. Hendrik Veder Group is helping Saipem to refurbish lifting equipment that it already owns, so that it can sustainably reuse that equipment during this project. It is the mission of Hendrik Veder Group to help maritime and offshore companies lower their costs and operate more sustainably.

Hendrik Veder Group replaces a 3,000-metre hoisting rope on the crane of a giant pipe-laying vessel

Hendrik Veder Group Solutions has been commissioned to install 3,000 metres of new, non-rotating hoisting rope into the crane of one of world’s largest pipe-laying vessels. Hendrik Veder Group offers specialised services that ensure this hoisting rope will be used in the most sustainable way possible. These services include Hendrik Veder Group’s full inspection of the wire rope on board. The replacement steel wire rope is 3,000 metres in length, with a diameter of 76 millimetres. It is treated with an environmentally friendly lubricant known as EAL.

Hendrik Veder Group achieves sustainability targets with environmentally friendly lubricant

As part of a prestigious new offshore project, Hendrik Veder Group has supplied two 114-mm non-rotating steel wire rope, both 350 metres in length, which are treated with sustainable Elaskon WR environmentally acceptable lubricant (EAL). This is the latest example of the Rotterdam-based company’s innovative process approach which focuses on increasingly sustainable methods for using wire rope and hoisting equipment. Hendrik Veder Group worked closely with its client to design steel wire rope reels specifically for this offshore installation. As a result, the wire rope was immediately ready for use upon delivery.

Hendrik Veder Group supplies and certifies hoisting equipment for Boskalis in India

Hendrik Veder Group has announced that it will produce, certify and supply heavy hoisting equipment for a project undertaken by Boskalis in India. The process approach from Hendrik Veder Group enables companies to use their lifting and hoisting equipment more efficiently, so they operate more sustainably.

Save time and money with the process approach from Hendrik Veder Group

Hendrik Veder Group Norway is strategically located in the heart of Norway’s oil capital and has one of the largest steel wire rope sling production capacities in the Nordics. In 1935, Helge R. Myhre founded Helge R. Myhre AS in Norway as a ship chandler. In 2004, it moved to its current premises in Stavanger and in March 2015 it became part of Hendrik Veder Group.

Hendrik Veder Group offers certainty

This year, the global pandemic has forced many businesses to halt production and as a result, essential products are at risk of becoming scarce. There is growing concern about how these shortages will affect day-to-day operations.
By working with multiple suppliers in many different countries, we have successfully mitigated the risk of production shortfalls. Thanks to this, we are well stocked and ready to supply you with key products.

Duurzaamheidsdoelstellingen Rotterdamse mainport

Deltalinqs is de ondernemersvereniging van de haven- en industriële bedrijven in de Mainport Rotterdam. Alice Krekt, programmadirecteur van het Climate Program van Deltalinqs, vertelt in dit artikel over de duurzaamheid-doelstellingen van de Rotterdamse mainport en hoe bedrijven als Hendrik Veder Group daarin een rol spelen. Het Rotterdamse bedrijf maakt het huren, verhuren en recyclen van kabels en hijsoplossingen mogelijk, waardoor bedrijven minder CO2 uitstoten.

Hendrik Veder Group has extra inventory to overcome wire rope shortages

We are living in uncertain times. Many companies have been forced to halt production. India has been hit especially hard. As a result, essential products are at risk of becoming scarce. There is growing concern about how these shortages will impact day-to-day operations. We are sending you this email because we want to offer you reassurance and continuity. We want to keep you fully informed, so you can replenish your inventory in time.

Hendrik Veder Group simplifies testing with its new plug & play concept

Hendrik Veder Group announces that it has used its full-service solution to test a tub-mounted crane with a hoisting capacity of 5,000 tonnes on board the Allseas Pioneering Spirit. The crane passed the test, lifting successfully at 10 percent overload (5,500 tonnes).

All about the carbon steel turn back ferrule

A trend in slings is the carbon steel turn back ferrule termination. This termination is gaining popularity for its safety and suitability for harsh conditions, such as amid corrosion or high temperatures.

Meet Hendrik Veder Group Norway

Hendrik Veder Group Norway is strategically located in the heart of Norway’s oil capital and has one of the largest steel wire rope sling production capacities in the Nordics. In 1935, Helge R. Myhre founded Helge R. Myhre AS in Norway as a ship chandler. In 2004, it moved to its current premises in Stavanger and in March 2015 it became part of Hendrik Veder Group.

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