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With over 50 years of experience in the construction, manufacturing, supply and assembly of steel constructions, Smulders was the logical choice for offshore wind structures back in the pioneering days of wind energy almost 20 years ago. Today, Smulders is an established market leader that offers a full range of services from engineering and fabrication to the complete turnkey solutions (EPCI) of substations and foundations.
Smulders offers a product portfolio comprising transition pieces, jackets, tripods, secondary components and substations. The current annual production capacity covers more than 200 transition pieces, 100 jackets and 5 substations. To date, we have delivered over 1,900 transition pieces, over 100 jackets and 30 substations.
All aspects of the production process are managed in-house and divided amongst different production facilities. This ensures a time and cost-efficient process under safe working conditions and guarantees that the high quality and environmental standards are being met. By using a well-balanced mix of locations, capacity and facilities, Smulders has optimally geared itself towards the production of foundations for the offshore sector throughout the years. This, together with the flexible setup of the centralised project organisation enables a quick turn-round.
Smulders operates from facilities located in Belgium (Arendonk, Balen & Hoboken), the Netherlands (Vlissingen), Poland (Zary) and the United Kingdom (Newcastle upon Tyne).
A total of over 1,900 transition pieces, 100 jackets and 30 substations. Our most recent (2019) projects are:
- Moray East: 55 jacket foundations and 3 Offshore Transformer Modules
- SeaMade: 58 transition pieces and 2 topsides & transition pieces
- Triton Knoll: 90 transition pieces and 2 Offshore Transformer Modules
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