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Tenwolde Repair & Maintenance

Tenwolde Repair & Maintenance

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Netherlands

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Tenwolde repairs, maintains and modifies used marine equipment. Examples: Winches, power packs, pumps, lifting and pulling equipment, deck machinery, fenders, anchors and floating equipment.

Our highly qualified technical experts have extensive experience. They can extend the useful life of your valuable equipment, beyond the moment that you write off your investment. The work will be carried out in one of our workshops, or at your location anywhere in the world. Our service is 24/7.

Craftsmanship and precision are our priority. We realize as none other that our quality is your safety. Tenwolde operates advanced test facilities.

Check out the projects we have carried out.

    Examples of our activities:
    Repair, maintenance and modification of deck equipment
    Winch inspection and testing
    Barge installation and maintenance
    Lifting and pulling equipment reconditioning
    Inspecting and refurbishing pneumatic rubber fenders
    Contractor’s equipment
    Designing and manufacturing special lifting and transport equipment
    Port ship repair

Storage

Do you need to store some of your equipment, short or long term? No problem. Tenwolde has two hectares of partially covered storage. The storage area is organized such that revised equipment can be deployed immediately.

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+31(0)186-603333

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Tenwolde Barge Engineers ballasted the WB-8  Our Barge Engineers ballested the WB-8 to achieve vertical clearance to pass the "hef" - Bridge in Rotterdam.  On the deck of the Barge there was a 46 mtr. high Jacket.Tenwolde worked on a big project in South- Korea  From 2007 till 2010 our crew worked on the construction of a 3,2 km long submersible tunnel in Korea. The Geoje Fixed Link connects, with two cable-stayed bridges and the submersible tunnel, the second cap Hydraulic Offshore Telescopic Gangway  In October 2010 Seaway Heavy Lifting Contracting Ltd awarded a contract for the refurbishment of a Hydraulic Offshore Telescopic Gangway to us.  The work, which was executed in a facility in Dordrecht, entailed the Project Aquaduct Middelburg N57  The N57 between the Veersedam and Nieuw- Sint Joostland was renovated. In the southern part of this process they built in the Walcheren Canal and under the track at Middelburg an aqueduct. The aqueduct must ensure that traPipe Pulling from shore into the water (Oosterschelde)