Every day, the Wagenborg Nedlift team is busy with safe and professional solutions for its customers and partners, both at home and abroad. Whether it involves placing a dormer, installing a complete bridge or transporting heavy transformers, each solution is tailor-made and aims to realise the customer's project safely and within the schedule. It has certainly been noticed that the professionals from Wagenborg Nedlift can come up with technically very ingenious and inventive solutions!
The morning sun at the Wagenborg terminal in Eemshaven isn’t very warm yet. Roelof and his colleague Jacob Hollander go over the transport plan. Jacob will soon be driving the mobile crane, Roelof the semi low loader. They are going to lift a cable reel of no less than 20 tonnes from a ship and place it on the low loader. They will then transport the colossus (340 cm wide and 590 cm high) to the high-voltage location. A matter of ‘staying focused’ and careful manoeuvring.
Wagenborg Nedlift’s bridge specialists attracted quite a crowd mid June. A new bridge was being installed over the Dortmund-Ems Canal and the residents of Münster came out in droves to watch the work up close.
Work is busily underway on the Emmerich–Oberhausen rail line to expand the capacity of the line and to free up the bottlenecks. The installation of a new rail bridge over the Rhine-Herne Canal in Oberhausen, which will complement the existing four bridges, is a significant milestone in the project.
For the past year and a half, there were a lot of developments regarding construction of the sustainable new water supply system in North-East Groningen. In addition to the creation of a new industrial water supply system, no fewer than 28 kilometres of industrial water lines and 44 kilometres of drinking water lines were installed.
Sustainability is hot. Together, we need to ensure the world we leave to the following generation is one worth having. Wagenborg Nedlift also proactively approaches this theme by consciously opting for clean equipment, such as electrically powered tower cranes, electric compact cranes, etc.
At Wagenborg Nedlift, sustainability is not just about reducing CO2 emissions but also the question of how to sustainably pass on know-how from one generation to the next? How can you ensure sustainable transfer of knowledge, in order to avoid losing know-how (and therefore quality)?
Sustainability is a strategically important factor at Wagenborg Nedlift. We see it as our duty to society and to future generations, to contribute optimally to a liveable world. Investing in innovative and sustainable equipment is a logical step in achieving this. In doing so, Wagenborg Nedlift is significantly contributing to the increased sustainability of building and construction work in the Netherlands and further afield. An update on the latest developments.