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Friday, October 24th, 2014

12 New Cylindrical Valves for Albert Canal

Cylindrical Valves

The Albert Canal is the most important waterway in the Belgian region of Flanders with a transport capacity of ±40 million tonnes, connecting the cities of Antwerp and Liège, and the Scheldt and Meuse rivers.

At the end of 2009, Eurotech Benelux was asked to produce eight cylindrical valves for the Albert Canal.

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Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Fenders for the Port of Gdynia, Poland

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Port of Gdynia is currently investing heavily in its port infrastructure with the plan to achieve and maintain a strong and competitive position in the region.

One such projects is Bulgarian Quay in the Port of Gdynia.

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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Best Fender Performance through Testing

Dual Cone Fender Systems at the MOF berth, Barrow Island

QuayQuip BV, the specialist fendering division of Eurotech Benelux BV firmly believes that testing is the only way to ensure that the fender will perform and meet the exacting client expectations.

Irrespective of what other manufacturers may claim about importance of rubber material quality, it remains only one of many ingredients needed to manufacture a high quality fender system.

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Friday, September 26th, 2014

BP terminal upgrade at Sullom Voe, Shetland, Scotland

Sullom Voe

Recent deliveries took place for the BP terminal upgrade at Sullom Voe, Shetland. This included QCN1800 and QCN2000 cone fenders complete with steel and concrete composite dolphin support structures, all supplied by QuayQuip, specialist fendering division of Eurotech Benelux BV. Read more…

Friday, August 1st, 2014

65 Bollards will adorn the largest lock in Belgium

Waaslandsluis

The construction of one of the world’s largest locks is in full swing in Belgium with the new Waasland Lock. The lock measures 500m from end to end, and is 68m wide by 18m deep, which makes it one of the largest infrastructure projects in Flanders for the foreseeable future.

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Friday, August 1st, 2014

Ivoz Ramet Lockdoor Hinge supplied by Eurotech Benelux

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Eurotech Benelux, in Eersel, mother company of QuayQuip received the order for the Ivoz- Ramet Project lock door hinges. With an assembled weight of over 5000 kg each, the lock door hinges are produced in Eurotech Benelux’s factory in China before being finally fitted-out and prepared for delivery in the Netherlands.

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Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Cone fenders at Pulau Laut Oil Berth, Indonesia

Pulau Laut energy berth, Indonesia

This year is already a busy one for QuayQuip in Indonesia. In addition to our project at Holcim Jetty, we have supplied QCN Cone Fender systems to Shell Indonesia’s new Pulau Laut oil facility in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Working with consultants Mott MacDonald and contractors PT EPTCO Dian Persada, QuayQuip designed four dolphin-based cone fender systems for the new berth.

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Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

QuayQuip supplies Holcim Jetty, Indonesia

Holcim Cement Jetty, Indonesia

QuayQuip has worked closely with the Australian firm McConnell Dowell to supply the ideal fender systems for Holcim Jetty in Tuban, Indonesia. The 800m cement facility jetty will be complete by the end of February 2014, ready for immediate entry into service.

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Monday, October 14th, 2013

Cone Fenders at Colonel’s Island, Georgia

Colonel's Island Cone Fenders

QuayQuip supplied seven sets of QCN-1200 Cone Fenders to the Colonel’s Island Agri-Bulk Terminal. The facility is one of the largest agri-bulk ports in the south eastern United States, and shares the island with a major car importing terminal. It connects to two rail networks and an interstate highway. QuayQuip also supplied steel panels measuring 3050mm wide (10′) by 3940mm high (13′), faced with highest quality UHMW-PE, as well as all chains and anchors.

Friday, October 11th, 2013

QuayQuip fenders for US Navy composite submerged camels

Arch Fenders for Submerged Composite Camel

The ever-versatile QuayQuip QSA Arch Fender has recently been supplied to firms building composite submerged camels to US Navy submarine bases.

The first new camels were installed in naval bases in 2010 and quickly proved their worth. Combining the lightness and corrosion resistance of composite materials with easy installation and a far simpler inventory (just one type for all submarine classes and berths), they will eventually feature in every US submarine base.

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