As of Friday 2 August 2013, the contact numbers for the Huisman and Huisman Global Services companies based in The Netherlands will change.
25 June 2013: Today, Huisman, the worldwide specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, opened the new 380m long quayside at their production facility in Zhangzhou (Fujian), China. Huisman China, a 100% subsidiary of Huisman, has been fully operational since April 2007 and delivers a significant contribution to the overall Huisman engineering and production capacity ever since. The new quayside features a Huisman designed and produced 2,400mt travelling quayside crane which, together with the strong quay structure and the direct deep water access, makes Huisman China well suited for loading and installation of heavy steel constructions onboard large (offshore) vessels.
Huisman, the worldwide specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, recently introduced a new series of large offshore cranes. The new series include cranes with lifting capacities ranging up to 900mt and have been developed to meet the increasing demands of the offshore construction and subsea market. Multiple unique features have been incorporated in the design, which makes these sophisticated cranes suitable for operations in ultra-deep water but also in harsh marine environments. Two orders for the new cranes have been received already.
Huisman’s 5000mt Offshore Mast Crane aboard of Subsea 7’s flagship and strategic enabler ‘Seven Borealis’ has been nominated for the Innovation of the Year Award. The award winner will be revealed during the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference on 19-20 February in London. The conference advisory panel has shortlisted Huisman for its Offshore Mast Crane and voting for the award is open until 25 January.
You can enter your vote via this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/INN213
On 15 December Huisman China, a 100% subsidiary of the Dutch specialist in Lifting, Drilling and Subsea solutions, completed the installation of a 2400mt SWL quayside crane at their Zhangzhou (Fujian) fabrication yard. This event is an important milestone in the development of the Huisman China yard that was founded in 2007, and currently employs a staff of 850. Located in Xiamen port it has direct deepwater access to the Taiwan Strait, and is therefore well suited for loading and installations of heavy steel constructions on large (offshore) vessels.
Schiedam, 9 November 2012: Huisman, the specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, won the Maritime Innovation Award yesterday for their Dual Multi Purpose Tower. The awards were handed out during the Martime Awards Gala in Rotterdam. Besides Huisman, the Greenforce Ball Joint of Vosta LMG, the Ship Energy Management System of Imtech Marine Netherlands and the Pipe Shop of Kranendonk Production Systems were nominated. During the Maritime Awards Gala the VSNI Wim Timmerprize, the KNVR Shipping Award and the KNVT Ship of the Year award were also handed out.
Huisman, specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, has announced its plans to build a new production facility in Brazil and recently initiated the land fill works. The new facility will be located alongside the river Itajai-Açu in the city of Navegantes in Santa Catarina state, a state in the southern part of Brazil bordering the Atlantic Ocean. This facility will be used for the manufacturing of construction equipment for the Brazilian offshore market.
Schiedam, 5 April 2012: Huisman, the worldwide specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, has secured new contracts with Technip, a world leader in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry, for a 500mt Yard Crane and a 150mt Flexlay System. Both the crane and the pipelay system will be designed and constructed by the Huisman facilities in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic. Previously, Huisman delivered the installation equipment onboard Technip’s flagship deepwater pipelay and subsea construction vessel, “Deep Blue”.
Schiedam, 15 March 2012 - Huisman, the specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, has secured a new contract from Allseas for the design and manufacturing of an 850mt Offshore Mast Crane. The crane will replace the current 300mt Offshore Mast Crane onboard Allseas’ pipelaying vessel “Solitaire”. The delivery is scheduled for 1 October 2012 at the Huisman production facility in Fujian, China.
Huisman, the specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, successfully delivered the 600mt Wind Turbine Installation Crane onboard GeoSea’s DP2 jack-up vessel “Neptune”. The crane was handed over to the builder of the vessel IHC Offshore and Marine BV, part of IHC Merwede, who subcontracted the crane to Huisman in 2010.
Last week, Huisman, the worldwide specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, successfully completed the installation and load testing of a Huisman designed and built 17m super fly jib for one of the Heavy Lift Mast Cranes onboard BigLift Shipping’s “Happy Buccaneer”. The super fly jib increases the lifting height and outreach of the crane by 50% to respectively 59m above deck and 55m radius.
Huisman, the specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, has secured a new contract with Subsea 7 to supply and install a 550mt Flex-lay system and a 400mt Offshore Mast Crane onboard their newest vessel. Delivery of the equipment is scheduled for 2014, installation will take place at Huisman Schiedam, The Netherlands. The vessel will be built by the IHC Offshore & Marine Shipyard in Krimpen aan den IJssel, also in The Netherlands.
Shell and Noble Corp. announced the Gulf of Mexico arrival of the Noble Bully I, a state-of-the-art offshore drilling rig that is designed to raise the bar in terms of safety and performance. The Noble Bully I is the first of two Bully rigs, jointly designed by Shell and Noble, and can be equipped to drill in up to 10,000-feet of water
The 40 years successful relationship between Huisman and Jumbo is currently confirmed with an order of two 1100mt Heavy Lift Mast Cranes (HLMC).
On Saturday 1 October 2011, Huisman and Noble Corporation celebrated two milestones in their quest to innovate the industry: the inauguration of the “Noble Globetrotter I” drillship and the inauguration of the new production hall at the Huisman Schiedam premises.
The Schiedam based firm Huisman, located at the Wilton harbor, is currently finalising the build of their new, 66m high production hall. From reports by the DCMR and the Port Authority Huisman has understood that the company’s neighbors are affected by the construction work which is currently being carried out at the Huisman Schiedam premises. Huisman is committed to a good relationship with the neighbors and apologizes for the experienced inconveniences. In addition, measures were announced to limit these inconveniences caused by the construction work, which will take place for about another three weeks, as much as possible.
Huisman treft maatregelen tegen buurtoverlast bouwwerkzaamheden
De Schiedamse firma Huisman, gevestigd aan de Wiltonhaven, legt momenteel de laatste hand aan de nieuwe, 66m hoge productiehal. Uit meldingen van de DCMR en de Havendienst heeft Huisman kunnen afleiden dat de buurt hinder ondervindt van de bouwwerkzaamheden die momenteel bij het bedrijf worden uitgevoerd. Huisman hecht zeer aan een goede relatie met de buurt en verontschuldigt zich hierbij voor de ondervonden overlast. Daarnaast zijn maatregelen aangekondigd om deze overlast van de werkzaamheden, die nog ongeveer 3 weken zullen plaatsvinden, voor de buurt zo veel mogelijk te beperken.
In order to comply to the increasing demands for training and education from both Huisman clients and staff, a unique training center called Huisman Academy is being realized near the Huisman premises in Schiedam, The Netherlands.
On Saturday 6 August 2011, the MPT/substructure, with a total weight of over 2400mt, has been successfully installed onboard the “Noble Globetrotter 1” vessel by the Matador III and the Taklift 4.
On Thursday 16 June 2011, Huisman’s CEO Joop Roodenburg gave the official start signal for the construction of Huisman China’s new quayside which will be one of China’s most solid quaysides ever built. With the new quayside in place, the Huisman China facility will be easily accessible for seagoing vessels, allowing for fast installation, commissioning and testing of the Huisman designed and built offshore construction equipment onboard. Besides the installation of Huisman products, the new quay and 2,400mt Travelling Crane will also serve commercial purposes for companies throughout China.
On Tuesday 8 March 2011, Huisman, the Dutch-based specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, successfully completed the load testing of the new build 600mt Pedestal Crane onboard Wind Turbine Installation Vessel “MPI Resolution”. The load test was the final step before the crane was handed over to the clients Centrica Renewable Energy Ltd and MPI Offshore Limited.
Huisman’s Wind Turbine Shuttle (WTS), has been nominated for the Nor-Shipping Next Generation Ship Award. This Award will be awarded on Tuesday 24 May at the Nor-Shipping Opening Conference to the ship project demonstrating the greatest advances in design. The design will be assessed with respect to energy efficiency, innovation, suitability and flexibility, technology utilization, safety and security and environmental sustainability. Up to four nominees will be publicly honored for their innovative ship design.
Early March, Huisman, the Dutch-based specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions, successfully installed world’s largest Offshore Mast Crane onboard the “Seven Borealis” in four days only. This crane installation is considered as the heaviest and logistically most complex conducted by Huisman to date. After final load testing, the “Seven Borealis” will depart for the Huisman production facility in Schiedam where a complete 600mt S-lay system will be finalised.
Huisman, the Schiedam-based designer and manufacturer of heavy construction equipment for international onshore and offshore companies, and Bakker Sliedrecht, provider of total solutions related to maritime and industrial electro techniques, have announced to expand their collaboration to China. The Huisman production facility in Fujian will get a specially equipped workshop supervised by Bakker specialists for the production of electronically controlled drive systems. For Huisman this will result in a saving on the total cost of drive systems, Bakker Sliedrecht creates the possibility to enter the Chinese market on an extended scale.